Situated on the North Shore of Loch Morar in West Lochaber, Bev Arnold produces a range of quality hand painted glassware. John Arnold produces a range of beautiful photographic images. The designs and the photographs are mainly taken from and inspired by the natural world. Glassware products include wine and whisky glasses. Photographs are mounted or hand framed and also available on small giftware products. We have a small workshop and studio on the shores of Loch Morar where all our products are available.
Bruntsfield Market - Indoor Food, Craft & Gifts Market (1st & 3rd Saturday's) starting Saturday 2nd March 2013
At Burnbrae we have converted part of the old mill into a studio which is used for classes in embroidery and textile related subjects.
Opening the door for the new Scottish/European style, Glasgow’s most elite designer, Carol Lepick launches her new fashion label later this year at London Fashion Week. Described as the new Jean Muir, Lepick’s collection is expensive, exclusive and timeless, designed to hang beside Chanel and Balenciaga.
Caroline uses the plants around her on Skye to make structural forms and contemporary works. She likes to use common native plants such as hair moss, heather and bog cotton, exploring each ones particular structural qualities.
Sea tree crafts is a creative venture seeking to make use of flotsam cast up on the beaches of Argyll- in particular, driftwood, metal items, polished stones.
SpoiltPig is a limited edition collection of jewellery handmade by myself.
My favourite material at the moment is Resin. I admire it's glass-like qualities and it allows me to incorporate my own artwork and drawings into the designs. You will however, find the occasional acrylic silhouette piece, cut by hand from my own designs.
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.
Miso Funky produce offbeat interiors and accessories in Glasgow, Scotland, lovingly handmade by Claire Brown and her small band of imaginary animal helpers.
Miso Funky takes the traditional medium of cross stitch and brings it bang up to date with a modern twist with the aim of each piece of work raising a smile from its new owner.
Claire works in textile and illustration to commission and sells in the UK, USA and Europe. Working commercially, for exhibition and to individual commission she trades as INCAHOOTS. Claire is a textile artist/designer whose work involves mixed media technique working in an illustrative manner. She exhibits extensively throughout the UK and is commissioned by private and commercial clients.