Green Apple Award Winner 2006 for the Built Environment and Architectural Heritage.
Specialises in interesting commissions using stone, community projects, training courses, new builds and refurbishment.
Inspired by her love of geometric pattern, 3-dimensional forms and modern culture, her jewellery designs place intricate detailing at the heart of the collections. Her passion for working with high quality materials and processes is integral to the evolution of Georgia's stylish design aesthetic.
Gillian Cooper is an artist, writer, tutor and quilter. She trained at Goldsmiths College, London and has exhibited widely in the UK and abroad.
I became interested in stone carving whilst researching and writing my art school dissertation. I work to commission on a wide variety of projects ranging in size and complexity from house signs to large public art schemes.
The Glasgow School of Art offers a continuous 12-month programme of exhibitions across four galleries on campus. The exhibitions programme features work by contemporary artists, designers and architects and the work of our students and staff. Admission is free.
Glass Designer Jane Reid designs and casts glass, into sculptural 3-dimensional art. Member of North Lanarkshire Voluntary Action. Currently undertaking community project in glass making weekly workshop. Making a glass mural to be donated to Kilsyth Council.
We restore, conserve, design and make antique and modern furniture items and interior wooden items including frames, boxes, wooden panels and bespoke fitted furniture. We also supervise and teach hand tool techniques in furniture restoration and making fields.
Gracefield Arts Centre in Dumfries in South West Scotland has been holding exhibitions of local, national and international art and craft since 1951.
Designer and blacksmith creating contemporary and traditional commissioned work for homes and gardens throughout Scotland.
Graham Murdoch designs and creates contemporary, bespoke and speculative furniture using locally sourced hardwoods, in particular elm, oak, ash and sycamore.