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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.
The main ethos of Dach Crafts is using various woods to make quality functional and decorative products using Scottish raw materials where possible or sustainable or recycled where not.
We make a wide range of products ranging from trivets, placemats and coasters, keyholders, puzzles and pictures to small items such as spurtles, wooden spoons, keyrings and children's name plaques.
daisyglaisy is the work of Lindsay Allardyce who uses mainly wood and textiles to create a range of decorative items for the home - all of which are handcut, crafted, painted or sewn. Work includes Scandinavian inspired wooden birds, boats, owls and hares; handpainted customised blackboards and wooden signs; framed fabric collage pictures and more.
Wherever possible daisyglaisy uses reclaimed timber as well as recycled and vintage materials.
Friendly craft workshop and gallery in the heart of historic Stein village on the shore of Loch Bay.
A showcase for our family, Cathy, Pat and Liz Myhill and home gallery for Liz Myhill.
Our own original designs and artwork on wood, paintings, artist prints, photographs, jewellery, cards and candles.
We also display an exciting range of work by other local and invited visiting artists.
Come and enjoy!
Daniel Lacey is an award-winning designer maker of contemporary furniture from wood, based in Langholm. He specialises in bespoke sculptural furniture from local hardwoods.
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.
Creating sculptures and wall hangings from found plastic. Also using recycled steel and wood.
David Mcpherson designs and makes traditional Victorian style, hand carved, wooden rocking horses in three sizes using the best of timbers. All horses are handmade, meaning no two are exactly alike, giving each it's own individuality and character.