3D/2D has more than twenty years experience of organising quality selling events, large and small. We can vouch for the enduring popularity of events that unite makers, artists and designers with the buying public.
The 3D/2D ethos is simple: to provide the buying public with direct access to exhibitors who are selling only their own work.
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.
Alice Bo-Wen Chang is an Edinburgh based jewellery artist, designer and architect. She explores the relationship between body, space and object(s) through her kinetic and structural body sculptures.
Using the specialist media of papermaking, printmaking and handmade books, I provide workshops for many organizations, undertake commissions and continue the development of personal artwork both at Glasgow Print Studio and my hand papermaking workshop PULP, based in Glasgow's West End.
I am a visual artist based in Banffshire, on the Moray Firth Coast of Scotland and work principally in cast and hand-made paper.
My current work takes the form of sculptural relief - most has a landscape or maritime influence.
Alyth Arts and Crafts Guild promotes Alyth as a centre for arts and crafts.
Angus Open Studios started in 2011 and studios around the area were open from 26th - 30th May. A website and a directory were designed and 6,000 copies of the directory were distributed. 53 artists and craftsmen joined as members and more are joining for 2012.
Anne is a designer and maker of hand built ceramics mainly working in porcelain.
Her ceramics are a personal and permanent response to places and the moments of randomness and impermanence that take place in them; often starting with a walk and including printing and writing haiku.
She is interested in collaborations, residencies and commissions.
Anne lives in Portknockie, a small coastal village in the North East of Scotland, where she hand crafts made-to-order little artworks ranging in price from £3 to £30 (plus p+p, based on standard first class post).
Annie Woodford studied Ceramics and Glass at the Royal College of Art, where she received a travel scholarship. Since then, Woodford's work has been exhibited internationally and is included in private and public collections worldwide.
Profiled in ‘Breaking the Mould- New Approaches to Ceramics, (Black Dog Publishing 2007) which investigates ceramic artists working at the cutting edge of their discipline, her innovative objects and installations have received international acclaim. In 2008 she won the Bronze Award in the Taiwan International Ceramics Competition and in 2009, a collection of her pieces was included in the World Contemporary Ceramics exhibition at the World Ceramic Biennale, Korea.