Charlotte creates inspiring handmade cards stationery and art work using natural and recycled materials including tweed, wood, metal and paper.
BRAVEART is an up and coming name in the world of Scottish Arts and Crafts.
Handmade native plant-papers, found objects both natural and manmade, walking the environment both rural and urban whilst collecting and researching materials for my unique assemblages, this is how I work. My pieces are exhibited in galleries around the world.
I also run papermaking courses for professionals and amateurs, adults and children in a variety of venues. The emphasis is on environmentally sound papermaking methods.
Makers of collectors dolls houses and furniture.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh specialists with furniture endorsed by Glasgow School of Art.
Art deco, Victorian and vernacular buildings.
All work commissioned."Own house"copies undertaken.
My jewellery is made from sterling silver with occasional detailing in gold or with gemstones.
All the pieces are fabricated by hand from silver sheet or wire to produce light forms – often strictly geometric, sometimes with a softer, rounder biological feel.
Sea tree crafts is a creative venture seeking to make use of flotsam cast up on the beaches of Argyll- in particular, driftwood, metal items, polished stones.
Long-established maker-designer of furniture in native hardwoods.
Timbers used include oak, elm, ash, cherry, yew; incorporation of burrs a speciality. Uncompromised standards in design, materials and workmanship are considered paramount.
"Only a superficial person does not judge by appearances" (O.W.)
Chris Pellow Designs offers bold, colourful and funky wearable art and whimsical home décor items created using Polymer clay, metals and other found materials.
Christopher Butler Furniture:
* quality of design and making;
* use of fine native timbers and associated materials;
* understanding of the craft of furniture-making gathered through experience;
* a first class and very personal level of customer service;
* recognition of both furniture and customers as individuals.
The combination of knitted textiles used with willow is a new concept and the final vessels are visually successful. These multi functional designs have great potential for expansion into a range of product lines including; lighting, furniture, blinds and room dividers, storage vessels and outdoor decorative pieces, etc. I would also look at creating “special” one-off commission pieces.
Wolfmoon Jewellery is designed and handcrafted by Clair Sharp at her home near the Ochill hills.
Sharp creates necklaces, chokers, earrings, bracelets and jewellery sets. She works in a variety of materials including wood, glass and gemstones. Each piece is unique, individual and made with great care and dedication.