Avesha's functional & sculptural ceramics are heavily influenced by the colours, movement, & creatures of the Sea.
Mostly hand thrown stoneware, tableware and large bowls and plates. Brush decorated with abstract themes of sea, sky and shore.
Edinburgh's newest studio complex is home to a diverse range of over 20 artists, designers, makers, photographers and creative businesses.
Ben Murdock works in Coburg House Studios, Edinburgh. He graduated from Edinburgh College of Art with a postgraduate degree in Design and Applied Arts in 2003.
Murdock’s contemporary, ceramic ornaments are primarily slipcast and fired to earthenware temperatures. He enjoys using a variety of techniques and is work is informed by his passion for collecting mundane objects.
In Blairmore, a short run from Dunoon along the scenic coastal road around the Holy Loch, we work hand in hand with local crafters and artists to provide “accessible and affordable art in a stunning location”.
Blairmore Gallery, awarded 3 stars by Visit Scotland, is the
largest in Cowal, with its plethora of quality arts and crafts enjoys stunning views across Loch Long. Most of the work is by skilled artists and crafters based in Cowal, an inspirational paradise.
We also host exhibitions, which change every 4 or 5 weeks. A balance is
achieved by inviting well know artists such as Davy Brown to exhibit, alongside artists based locally such as David Morrison, Ronnie Ford, Pam
Glennie, and Raymond Murray. Often group shows involve displays of glass enamel, jewellery, ceramics and textile/needlework items.
The Fairtrade Coffee Shop compliments the Art ... good quality with fresh home baking daily, and light meals. Enjoy a Latte whilst talking about art
with the local artists who drop in on a regular basis. Popular with locals and visitors to the area - the combination of art, craft, and coffee allows everyone to enjoy a relaxed and friendly atmosphere in the gallery.
Colin and Susan Woodcock produce paintings, textiles and raku pottery in their studio gallery on the Isle of Tiree. A large selection of our work can be seen in our gallery - Blue Beyond - overlooking the beach at Balemartine with views of the islands of Mull and Iona. Greetings cards based on our paintings and textiles are also sold in the gallery.
We are all about creating, making and recycling with a good coffee and tasty home baked treats to help us along.
Ceramics by John – Earthenware & Stoneware. John Brown is an Edinburgh ceramic artist who draws his inspiration from Japanese and Chinese stoneware.
Bruntsfield Market - Indoor Food, Craft & Gifts Market (1st & 3rd Saturday's) starting Saturday 2nd March 2013
Cathrine Holtet mainly works in porcelain, making both functional and decorative pieces.