A bright welcoming gallery, on the High Street in Langholm. Stocking a wide range of art and craft from a variety of artists and makers. Events and workshop programme, regularly changing exhibitions.
Lindean Mill Glass is the partnership of David Kaplan and Annica Sandstrom. David Kaplan started blowing glass in the USA, then trained at Edinburgh College of Art and at Orrefors Glass School, before working professionally in Sweden. Annica Sandstrom studied glass and ceramic in Sweden.
The glass studio is internationally renowned for beautifully designed contemporary tableware and an ever changing collection of individual vessels, plates and panels. The work can be seen in major public and private collections in the UK.
Cut, sewn, and of course designed just for you.
Hand cut art & words
Democraft is an on-line booking system for craft courses. You run the workshops - we do all the administration. One link on your web site is all you need.
Designed by Frances - Frances works mainly in Sterling Silver and many pieces are enhanced by the use of colourful semi-precious gemstones, beads, freshwater pearls, Swarovski crystals and Miyuki glass seed beads. All her jewellery pieces are unique and are handmade from start to finish to the highest standards in her workshop in Scotland.
My passion is making books – journals and notebooks constructed with simple, non-adhesive bindings using leathers and handmade papers.
I trained as a sculptor and art historian and lectured at Edinburgh College of Art for 25 years. I now make sculptural jewellery, specialising in unique statement pieces.
I like bold one-off pieces, usually integrating handcrafted sterling silver and/ or gold with unusual semi-precious stones, precious gemstones or pearls. Using contemporary and traditional techniques, I play with themes taken from fine art, art history and poetry. A recent collaboration with a Shetland poet encouraged me to return to sea-related pieces.
Digby Morrow is a craftsman who makes fine decorative hardwood boxes and bespoke furniture pieces in his workshop on the outskirts of Linlithgow, near Edinburgh, Scotland. Also he makes highly individual pieces to be used as unique ”room features”. He works in solid and veneered woods of both domestic and exotic varieties and uses inlays and marquetry to decorate his pieces. He finishes his work using a variety of techniques including French polishing.
Digby’s boxes can have many uses - jewellery, christening, birthdays, dressing, collection, games, keepsake, presentation, special anniversaries etc. Digby's furniture pieces are designed to be "one-offs" with unique features.
Dizzy Drakes is the creator of unusual jewellery. Their range can be used to make a statement or coordinate beautifully with your outfit - whatever the occasion.