A bright welcoming gallery, on the High Street in Langholm. Stocking a wide range of art and craft from a variety of artists and makers. Events and workshop programme, regularly changing exhibitions.
I am mainly a self taught metalsmith, working predominately in silver and gemstones. I make jewellery and take on commissioned pieces when I can.
Traditional ropework and knotting is what got me started in my craftwork. With nautical knots as a starting point and celtic knots as inspiration. Using only natural ropes is a great way of bringing the symbology and beauty of Celtic art to life.
The same principles in leather thong makes for great celtic jewellery such as brooches. We also make celtic art and pictish imagery come to life on specially selected stones and slates. All are carefully hand-painted with a variety of classic celtic or pictish images. A perfect way of keeping classic celtic art alive in the modern world.
Ceramic designer. sculpture and architectural ceramics
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.
David Powell works with basket willow, living willow, steel and stone to create both permanent and transient sculptures and also undertakes educational workshops and projects.
Glasgow based Designer/Maker with a passion for cast glass and precious metal.
Devlin Jones Firebellows create unique hand crafted traditional firebellows and fireside accessories in a range of styles to suit modern and traditional taste.
I trained as a sculptor and art historian and lectured at Edinburgh College of Art for 25 years. I now make sculptural jewellery, specialising in unique statement pieces.
I like bold one-off pieces, usually integrating handcrafted sterling silver and/ or gold with unusual semi-precious stones, precious gemstones or pearls. Using contemporary and traditional techniques, I play with themes taken from fine art, art history and poetry. A recent collaboration with a Shetland poet encouraged me to return to sea-related pieces.
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.