Gillian Cooper is an artist, writer, tutor and quilter. She trained at Goldsmiths College, London and has exhibited widely in the UK and abroad.
All shoes, clogs, boots and sandals are hand-made and can be made-to-measure. Clogs have leather uppers and wooden soles, and shoes and boots are made with flexible soles. A wide variety of colours are available in both nubuck and patent finishes.
Gracefield Arts Centre in Dumfries in South West Scotland has been holding exhibitions of local, national and international art and craft since 1951.
There is a changing programme of contemporary art and craft exhibitions and also regular exhibitions of selected work from the permanent collection of paintings and drawings by Scottish artists and others who have strong connections to the region.
The Arts Centre welcomes all visitors to enjoy its exhibitions, craft shop, café and spacious grounds. For those that enjoy the hands on approach there is a wide range of art and craft activities for adults and children.
Designer and blacksmith creating contemporary and traditional commissioned work for homes and gardens throughout Scotland.
Original Art by local artists and crafts people.
Prints and Cards, Photography
Hand Made Soap,
Wooden Boxes, Mirrors and Clocks
Harris Tweed and other Gifts
Hot and Cold Drinks
Upcycled Eco Fashion. Ladies Frockcoats created from donated Tartan & Tweed.
Ethical Gifts: Brooches; Tartan Roses boxed, Celtic Spiral on gift card ready to send.
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.
Thrown in terracotta and decorated with luscious slips my work is mainly functional and made for use. I fire in electric or wood fired kilns.
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.
I produce driftwood mirrors and blackboards, each individual and unique. Framed fine art photography, large and small darkroom prints featuring detail and texture and colour.