The Tayberry Gallery has established itself well within the Perthshire gallery scene over the past couple of years. In March 2011 jeweller Sarah Spalding took over the running. The gallery works under the remit to exhibit original handmade art and craft pieces by established makers and emerging talent from around the UK.
The gallery houses a jewellers bench where visitors can see work being made and also commission their own bespoke jewellery.
From his workshop in the Scottish Borders, Toby Vint designs and produces furniture in local hardwoods. Toby admires the simplicity of construction apparent in early furniture and the clean lines of modern design and combines these styles. Personal commissions are always welcome. Previous commissions range from display cabinets, bookshelves and dining tables, to stools and knife blocks.
If you are looking for either a traditional mirror with character, framed in mellow, time-worn, natural wood, or a more contemporary sculptural art mirror which incorporates the beautiful organic shapes of the branches and roots of ancient Highland trees, then we have them at our attractive country studio near Nairn. Designed and handcrafted by Tony Hinde.
Touched by Scotland is Scotland’s largest gallery of handcrafted gifts. Here you will find design-led work from hundreds of talented Scottish artists.
Distinctive and unique pottery with decorations inspired by the local land and seascape. Celtic knotwork range available which includes the Quaich. Attractive and functional ware making each pot suitable as a gift or a reminder of a special place.
Contemporary glass & metal artist. Like to push boundaries and continuously experiment with materials and techniques to achieve innovative results. Spontaneity, imagination and humour are key ingredients in my work.
Functional, decorative and architectural, I make contemporary stained glass. Mainly leaded light panels and fused and slumped pieces I also use many other mediums including glass mosaic and copperfoil; similar in style to lead but can be used to make more intricate, detailed designs. I also make silver jewellery, incorporating fused glass pieces into many of my designs.
Vicky Higginson is based in Edinburgh and works with hot glass to create sculptural, decorative and functional pieces.
Vicky Kerr works primarily with glass, making lampworked glass bead focals and sets. She also creates jewellery featuring her lampwork beads with sterling silver and other components, such as semi-precious stones and crystals.
She enjoys working with new techniques and crafts, and is currently working on fused glass, handmade stationery and embroidered/beaded items, including felt.
Vicky Stonebridge produces a wide range of craft items, often from recycled materials. Trained as a potter, she is fascinated by utilising waste products and objects from the local environment to create art making something out of anything; small sculptures, pottery, mosaics, driftwood mirrors, jewellery, rag weavings, reclaimed wool & textiles, bags and hats.