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Crail Potteries in the heart of Crail. We produce a wide range of cooking pots, garden pots and brightly coloured functional pots. Whether you are exploring the "East Neuk of Fife" or touring the superb local golf courses be sure to include a visit to Crail Potteries.
Cressa McLaren is a glass artist based in Dumfries and Galloway, South West Scotland. Working from the WASP studios in Kirkcudbright, she produces a range of distinctive contemporary designs including tableware, jewellery and lighting, as well as one-off commission pieces.
A collective of professional artists and makers representing a wide range of contemporary craft and art practice - ceramics, glass, leather, metal, wood, jewellery, textiles.
Individual works are available to commission or for direct sale. The group website shows gallery pages for each artist and maker with a direct link for enquiries. Members regularly come together to show their work in galleries and special events, including an annual Open Studios Trail each September. Copies of a printed directory are also available on request - please visit our website.
Combining paintings and glass techniques incorporating natural and urban themes.
I started sculpting forms in clay and stone then moved into smaller ceramic mobiles, jewellery, tiles and miscellaneous objects.
Inspired by a love of geometry, arabesque and eastern arts, calligraphy and culture; I try to incorporate found objects, chance and allow mistakes to become results....
Working exclusively with sea glass, David produces images with subtle and compelling colours. He loves the challenge of bringing structures and figures to life using sea glass he has collected. His pieces have a luminescence and clarity that makes them appear as if they could jump off the glass they are mounted on.
Lindean Mill Glass is the partnership of David Kaplan and Annica Sandstrom. David Kaplan started blowing glass in the USA, then trained at Edinburgh College of Art and at Orrefors Glass School, before working professionally in Sweden. Annica Sandstrom studied glass and ceramic in Sweden.
The glass studio is internationally renowned for beautifully designed contemporary tableware and an ever changing collection of individual vessels, plates and panels. The work can be seen in major public and private collections in the UK.