Geoff Forrest works with willow to make traditional baskets, structures and sculptures. He also teaches willow weaving to individuals and groups.
Geoff designs and makes unique high quality wooden jewellery, bangles and combs, which he have come to refer to as "adornment in wood".
Gillian Cooper is an artist, writer, tutor and quilter. She trained at Goldsmiths College, London and has exhibited widely in the UK and abroad.
Karen has always been a very creative person and has been lucky enough to work for a number of crafting companies where she demostrated numerous crafting products and techniques.
After attended a Lampworking course at Cardonald Collage, Glasgow in 2009 was where she disovered her passion for all things glass and has been experimenting and creating ever since.
Additionally Karen enjoy teaching and enthusing others with her passion.
I am producing pieces made from wood. I hope to make my turned wooden bowls my main item and expand the range over the coming months. At the moment I am sourcing local timber from Ayrshire and would like to craft exhibition pieces with this timber. I was featured in The Guild of Master Craftsmen in 2004.
UK's leading ethical events company provides high footfall events for Scottish, Fair Trade and ethical producers. We organise various events on Castle Street in the heart of Edinburgh throughout the year, during Easter, The Festival and Christmas periods.
Heartfelt at Dalmally Station is a new venue for Heartfelt by Liz.
Dalmally station is a working railway station on the Caledonian line, just 40 minutes from Oban and two hours from Glasgow. Step off the train into the former ticket office and you will now see a studio full of Liz’s creations and delightful local crafts.
Dalmally Station is a wonderful sandstone building built in 1875, now being restored it will eventually reveal the Duke of Argyll’s waiting room, which still exists.
Many of Liz’s skills involve teaching the craft of Feltmaking and Dalmally Station is the perfect setting to come and learn! A wide range of workshops are on offer. Open to the visiting public throughout the season.
The School of Textiles and Design in Galashiels delivers degree programmes in Textile Design, Interior Design, Fashion Design, Fashion Communication, Fashion Marketing and Retailing and Fashion Technology
HI-Arts Craft Development provides support for the craft sector in the Highlands and Islands.
Highland Stoneware produces a vast range of distinctive pottery at its workshops in Lochinver and Ullapool. Everything is handmade and freehand painted by our skilled craftspeople.