Christos Vroullis and Ntina Doryforou are based in Edinburgh create handmade items with brass and copper (lamps, mirrors, clocks, hangers, etc) and sterling silver jewellery.
City Ceramics Studio is an artist ran ceramics studio, situated in the newly refurbished Maryhill Burgh Halls.
It holds day and evening classes and various weekend workshops.
Clachan Wood provides a personal approach to bespoke furniture making, ensuring that the needs of our clients are fulfilled and that they are delighted with the finished product.
Clarabella is a designer/maker who designs interiors and accessories from vintage/found fabrics and objects. She also offers monthly sewing classes for kids and adults and furniture up-cycling workshops.
Independent Contemporary Art & Design Studio, Art Workshops and Creative Painting Techniques & Finishes using Miss Mustard Seeds Milk Paint.
Cloud 9 is a small gallery housed in a beautifully restored Victorian building in Dumfries town centre. Owner and resident artist Julie Hollis champions the work of a few handpicked local artists and crafters, selling their work whilst displaying her own.
Sui Generis embraces the full spectrum of woodwork: bookbinding (some with carved and wooden bound covers), carving, furniture making and designing, joinery, leaded light work, marquetry, upholstery, restoration. These are just a selection of the skills and talents available by this master craftsman.
Melting the surly bonds of earth.
GalGael build and sail wooden boats in celebration of Scotland's heritage - providing a focal point, around which a whole number of community benefits can unfurl.
It was while working alongside Farriers in the Agriculture Industry, that I realised the potential that Blacksmithing had for creating functional, contemporary work.
Since then I have been working on combining these traditional skills with my original training as a sculptor to create new work.
Although I have used organic forms as a starting point for some of my work I often let the materials I'm using, and how it can be worked, dictate the final outcome of each idea.