UK's leading ethical events company provides high footfall events for Scottish, Fair Trade and ethical producers. We organise various events on Castle Street in the heart of Edinburgh throughout the year, during Easter, The Festival and Christmas periods.
Hanna’s Contemporary Art Gallery (formerly The White Gallery) is artist/owner Nael Hanna’s latest assault on the Scottish art scene. A force to be reckoned with, like his paintings, Nael is a passionate artist and art lover to boot. A bright and welcoming space Hanna’s specialises in promoting the finest Contemporary Art and Design. We represents a range of well known contemporary artists and designers; local and international, who create work in all mediums including original paintings, sculpture, ceramics and glass. We also exhibit an extensive collection of contemporary bespoke and limited edition jewellery by designers sourced locally, nationally and internationally.
Thrown in terracotta and decorated with luscious slips my work is mainly functional and made for use. I fire in electric or wood fired kilns.
Local, unique, affordable handmade crafts and jewellery.
I make jewellery, with genuine pearl, sterling silver and venetian glass beads, all my work is original and made with great care.
HeavenlyFelt designs unique accessories and home decorations made from 100% wool felt. Each one is carefully and lovingly handstitched.
Helen produces unique ceramic figures, whimsical and dreamlike in their use of facial expression, body language and occasional narrative in wall sconces, candlesticks, bowls, boxes and decorative pieces.
She is inspired by Victorian Staffordshire figures, Mexican and North American folk art. All the work is handmodelled in earthenware clay with underglaze decoration and transparent matt and satin glazes and gold leaf.
With a background in Public Art, Ceramics and Community Arts Helen combines these elements in her business to create site specific Mosaic, Ceramic wall pieces and Community projects.
Artist in Textiles and mixed media, Helen Suzanne Sharratt having moved to the mainland from her hebridean home now lives and works in the Scottish Highlands, where the landscape inspires her creative work.
Seaglass, seacoal,seastones and pottery shards - embellished with spirals to form brooches and pendants. Stained glass earrings in jewel colours
HI-Arts Craft Development provides support for the craft sector in the Highlands and Islands.