Fiona's sculptural vessels are physical, expressive of geological processes and embedded with Scottish clays she digs up. Each is unique. Fiona's work can be bought and commissioned from her web-site and from gallery exhibitions.
Fiona runs mobile pottery classes, workshops and projects for adults and children in schools, hospitals and community settings.
Designed and created from her Orkney Island home, Fiona Lovatt has brought together a fresh, new and exciting range of classically timeless textile gifts.
Fiona designs and hand makes hats, headpieces and bridal veils to match any outfit. Using traditional couture millinery techniques a perfect fit is achieved every time. All silk, straw and feather trimmings are hand-made and can be hand-dyed.
Established in 1998 - over 14 years experience providing crafts workshops and sessions
Each one of Frank’s detailed mixed media box constructions depicts a different view of life.
"The world is filled with lifeless boring objects, most become a background. The vision is to create intelligent and playful projects that have a human induced transformation, that evoke personal value, open our imaginations, and make us smile." Fraser Ross
Geoff Forrest works with willow to make traditional baskets, structures and sculptures. He also teaches willow weaving to individuals and groups.
I have background in cultural/natural history/archaeology and traditional crafts. These are the things that inform and inspire my work. I use a mixture of some textile/basketry/paper based techniques. It is difficult to categorise my work. Sometimes it is called fibre arts, sometimes not...I have also been known to use stone/metal/clay too!
Gilleoin McClintock is a hand spinner, yarn and knitwear designer creating a unique range of yarns and garments inspired by the Scottish landscape and Scotland's traditions and culture. She uses natural fibres which are renewable.
She also provides workshops, individual tuition and demonstrations in spinning and knitting.
I am an artist producing paintings, prints, sculpture, photographs, and textiles which form the basis of exhibitions and installations.