Brian Waugh specialises in making beautiful, original and figurative stained glass.
His art reflects not only the ideals of beauty, but also a fascination with the Romantic and Symbolic themes of passion, magic, love, loss, transformation-spiritual and physical.
Bryony Knox designs and makes colourful, interactive pieces, covering various scales from kinetic brooches to automated tableware. Movement is intrinsic to the design and inspiration is derived from sources as wide as Nursery Rhyme,Myth, vaudeville and circus. She works in silver or copper, brass and steel, utilising their different colour combinations and patination to enhance the richness of the object. Repousse, chasing, fretwork, etching and simple mechanics are the main techniques she employs in her work. Bryony exhibits throughout the UK whilst also undertaking private and public commissions.
Fairbairn produces contemporary hand made jewellery inspired by the 1920's. Every aspect of the Great Gatsby era creatively influences her, from the elegance and drama of the jazz age, to the decoration and styling of the garments, the adornment of glamour and the sense of excitement.
Carla Jones designs beautiful, bespoke, hand illustrated cards for people who wish to give their friends and loved ones something gorgeous, unique and stylish.
My company designs card ranges based upon fashion couture, art and design and lifestyle trends which can be found to buy in exclusive shops and boutiques in Scotland. I offer a bespoke design service for clients in who are looking for illustrative pieces of art for their boutiques, shops, homes or offices.
Opening the door for the new Scottish/European style, Glasgow's most elite designer, Carol Lepick launches her new fashion label later this year at London Fashion Week. Described as the new Jean Muir, Lepick's collection is expensive, exclusive and timeless, designed to hang beside Chanel and Balenciaga.
Sweet Chestnut Designs owned by Catherine White produces both tiaras and bridal jewellery and an ever growing range of every day and occasion pieces.
Sculptural Wool fascias, carpets, wearables and upholstery.
My work is based on hand and jacquard woven fabrics that can be used for lighting, screens, blinds, and other interior applications. My textile passion lies in woven interior textiles and in the experimental manipulation of structures and geometric patterns. I love to combine traditional and modern weaving techniques to create three-dimensional innovative fabrics.
Using porcelain as a core medium, Cheryl creates hand etched ceramic wall plaques and jewellery. Using collections of vintage photographs and letters as inspiration, she aims to preserve personal histories and sentimental values.
My work is crafted by hand as each piece is delicately cut. Each piece has been inspired by nature and has then evolved into a contemporary piece through use use of lighting, layering and sculpture.