Mother and daughter team Christine and Kirsty produce hand-made felted creations as well as mixed media textile art. They also enjoy sharing their enthusiasm through running workshops and meeting people in their open studio
Jo works with mixed media, combining dyed and painted fabrics with fleece and felt, embellished by hand and machine embroidery, couching, quilting and beading.
Ebba Goring uses traditional jewellery making techniques to transform her hand crocheted cotton and lace designs using skills that have been handed down from generation to generation into precious metal pieces of jewellery, thus preserving them forever.
I am a award winning photographer and artist. We also make handmade quilts and crafts. We have a small island Art Gallery, which is open to the public.
Nothing can be more satisfying than creating a work of art from a piece of wood, it can be very therapeutic and rewarding. It is also nice to have a challenge, when asked to create something to a customers specification. The items I have created vary from Wooden Pens to Salt and Pepper sets.
I try to use native woods from Scotland such as Oak,Sycamore, Beech, and again if requested
will use other types.
We organise and host Arts, Crafts and Food Events in beautiful venues around the North and North-East of Scotland
Jennifer is the Snìomhadair aig Ceann-cinnidh Clann Urchardainn (Spinner to the Chief of the Clan Urquhart) and works in experimental archaeology and education. Preserving this ancient craft is a passion and you can find her spinning and teaching at many historic locations throughout the UK
The Clyde Room at the Falls of Clyde is a perfect craft venue. With beautiful views over the River Clyde all kinds of wildlife can be spotted along the banks from four elegant georgian windows, including dippers, grey wagtails and kingfishers.
Traditional, contemporary pottery. Cups, mugs, plates, bowls, vases, teapots, jugs, storage jars, etc., as well as one off sculptural pieces. Ceramics of uniqueness and individuality. Blues, turquoises and greens are our hallmark. All our ceramics are made on the premises and fired in a gas reduction kiln.
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.