Studio Workshop & Gallery of Peter Gillies, Stained Glass Craftsman & Artist.
Open door Tuesday to Saturday 10am / 6pm.
Peter Potter Gallery presents exhibitions of contemporary art in the market town of Haddington, East Lothian. The gallery aims to programme challenging and engaging exhibitions of contemporary art and craft that are both thought provoking and inspiring.The downstairs craft space contains an impressive variety of hand-made pieces including ceramics, glass, textiles, jewellery and prints. We have a comprehensive jewellery range to suit all pockets and tastes and in a variety of materials. Our ceramics range from funtional to sculptural and our textile collection features scarves, bags, cushion covers and wall hangings. We also stock a comprehensive selection of prints and photgraphs. Upstairs we have a lovely relaxed cafe area overlooking the river Tyne, with a variety of mouth watering and freshly made food.
Functional domestic stoneware pots for everyday use plus large bottles, bowls and platters. Specialising in ash glazes, wood-firing and soda-glazing. Also a limited number of large terracotta garden pots.
Contemporary, abstract, designer, art-to-wear brooches - square and rectanglar shapes. Individually hand made incorporating gold and silver leaf, paint, paper, leaves and flowers applied to copper. Each one unique, original and a collectable object of beauty. Nature based and alchemical as well as 'painterly' themes.
Ceramics - Distinctive pots - think bold and fun rather than cool - carefully hand-built and brushed, printed and applied with rich colour.
From substantial urns to mugs.
Pinkie Maclure specialises in highly detailed stained glass, with a particular interest in the figurative.
The Pitclay Gallery specialises in the collectable ceramic artworks of David Cohen and Ronnie Fulton. Situated three miles outside North Berwick in East Lothian, the gallery sits in a stunning location overlooking the Bass Rock and Tantallon Castle. The workshops and studio next to the gallery also welcome visitors where David and Ronnie both work. We also offer talks, workshops, courses, events and summer programmes providing learning and creative skills development in the visual arts.
Light, colour, texture, form: all of these inform my textile work in different ways and the resulting work can be wearable or scupltural.
Polly Verity creates wire sculptures of shoes, portraits and birds amongst other things. She also works with folded paper creating three-dimensional mathematical geometric repeats from a single sheet of paper. These are often worked up into wearable costume.
Rachel is a full time glass artist, living & working in Edinburgh, Scotland. She makes sculpture, gifts and also teaches glass making workshops to students of all ages and abilities.