Handbuilt forms including bowls, vases, sculpture in reduction fired stoneware.
Earthen Images Pottery was established in 1990. The pottery produces a range of handmade sculptures, the main product being the "Methil Moggies", a lovable range of cats. Other products are dogs, pigs, sheep and a highly popular family of highland cattle consisting of Hamish Morag and Wee Eck.
All the sculptures are fired to stoneware temperatures and are suitable for outdoor and indoor display. The products are unglazed and when finished resemble sandstone in looks and texture.
Doon Valley Crafters is a Community Interest Company and specialises in heritage crafts, such as spinning and weaving our own materials for clothing and other uses.
I am interested in producing work from a narrative relating to the wearer. This allows me to produce a piece which is directly related to the wearer and is much more than just a decorative object.
We design and make ceramic tiles to commission quickly and efficiently, everything from a single tile to an entire wall. As professional makers since 1988 we have accumulated an understanding of ceramic methods and materials which is probably unrivalled in Scotland today.
Products: Handmade tiles, interior and exterior wall tiles, tile murals, unique installations, digital ceramic tiles, coloured glazes, lettering, landscape scenes, Aga panels and tile splashbacks, and fireplace tiles.
Hunter Art and Tile Studio is a family run workshop specialising in ceramic murals and tiles. The studio forms part of Harestanes Crafts Courtyard.
Tube-lining is a traditional pottery process which Hunter Art and Tile Studio specialise in. Liquid clay is piped onto the unglazed tiles to create a pictorial or decorative outline, pigments and glazes are added and the piece is fired in the kiln. The finished tiles have rich durable colours and lively detail.
Ceramic artist, Duncan Hood creates individual and innovative works in porcelain inspired from land and seascape.
Edinburgh Contemporary Crafts is a multi disciplinary workshop providing studio space to over 20 resident makers and delivering a fantastic program of evening, weekend and day courses, all taught by practising makers.
Edinburgh Contemporary Crafts was established in 2011 and moved to it's current location on Blair Street in the summer of 2013. A multi disciplinary craft studio providing workshop space, a programme of courses and gallery.
I make wheel-thrown Earthenware, stoneware and burnished Raku vessels through which I try to reflect the light, landscape and heritage of my Orcadian surroundings. These range from "Peedie Bird" mugs to large vases and commissioned bowls.