High-quality, bespoke stained glass panels, handmade in the traditional way and exploring a wide variety of styles from traditional to contemporary.
I like my work to be, for want of a better word, friendly. The reason for using silver at all is because it is a wonderful, forgiving, pliable material that I can manipulate with complete sympathy. I want the owners and users of my work to enjoy it , so it has to be direct and approachable and tactile.
Engineering in Wood produce quality hardwood furniture, traditional wooden toys, wood-turned items such as bowls, lamps, carved bowls and sculptures to a high standard.
Adrian McCurdy makes furniture from wood local to the Scottish Borders. Individual designs are created with wide experience using the qualities of carefully selected oak. Designs on seating, tables, boxes and chests combine a sculptural background with structural knowledge.
Ramoyle Glass Studio produces contemporary and traditional leaded and fused glass. Commissions, repairs and restoration, including fitting and removal. Based in Glasgow and Dunblane.
Trevor Leat and Alex Rigg create and build furniture using natural materials. Our combination of willow-weaving techniques and construction using Scottish hard-wood give a sense of scale and solidity. The sculptural qualities of the materials are used in combination with bold, figurative design to give a strong presence to each individual piece.
A.D. Pottery offers a wide range of colourful and decorative terracotta pottery including mugs, jugs, bowls, clocks and tiled mirrors.
Ali works with textiles & mixed media commercially, for exhibition and to commission. She is a community tutor in the Lothians and runs workshops & classes in design & mixed media techniques from her studio “The Purple Thread Shed” near Edinburgh.
Amanda designs and makes kiln formed and cameo engraved glass for architectural, interior and sculptural settings.
Current inspiration includes looking at botanicals used in the pharmaceutical industry and plants which are toxic, linking to my first Pharmacology degree, and continuing to exploit the properties of gravity within the kiln whilst making unique vessels.
Angela T Edgar is a contemporary artist who produces large hand sewn textile works.
Her work is currently on show at Two Miles From Stockholm design studio in Bridge of Allan.