Panik Gallery is a venue for contemporary Scottish art and design located in the village of Killearn just north of Glasgow. It was set up in 2004 by Glasgow School of Art graduates Paul Brown & Annika Simpson who also operate a textile design studio next door to the gallery.
Showing bimonthly exhibitions of contemporary painting, printmaking and photography as well as design led jewellery, ceramics, glass and textiles from not only established artists and designers but also the talented graduates being produced by the Scottish art schools every year.
Sea Drift, Argyll is about loving out coastline and creating from locally found shoreline found objects.
Working primarily in metal and porcelain Edie takes inspiration from childhood stories and illustrations. This is translated to her jewellery by drawn and carved elements. The allure of the drawn line is something that has always inspired Edie and whilst much of her jewellery is abstract, some pieces present a narrative and by using well known tales, such as Little Red Riding Hood, the viewer can often relate to the piece on a personal level, "contemporary craft can be very insular, by using popular imagery, the work can be understood by everyone".
Highlight your cultural and ancestral links with Scottish Handmade Architectural Metalwork and Craftwork using Celtic and Scottish Clan based designs.
Rarebird named after the elusive Corncrake is the creation of Paulette Brough.
Inspired by the Hebridean landscape Paulette uses Harris Tweed, artistic textiles and ceramics in her designs for Rarebird’s handmade accessories, homewares and gifts.
Resonate Arts House is a contemporary arts platform specialising in fine art by professional artists and emerging talent.
Combining Gallery,artists studios,arts materials shop and teaching venue.
Rob Mulholland, a contemporary Scottish artist based in Stirlingshire, Scotland, has created this unique collection of hand crafted metal bowls. Each piece is individually coloured and patterned by applying heat over the surface of the metal. A full range of his work is available in galleries throughout the U.K.
Ronnie moved from Port Patrick on the West Coast of Scotland to North Berwick on the East Coast in 2005. His work is influenced by boats, the sea and our interaction with it. His work is made using a combination of slab, pinch and throwing techniques. He incorporates objects found while beach combing; this might involve melting sea glass into a boat or mounting work on driftwood. All Ronnie’s work is individually made, hand crafted and unique.
Seahorse is a gift shop selling hadmade jewellery and driftwood art. Also in the shop are mounted local water colour prints and photos and ceramics.
I work on a variety of projects and commissioned works. I enjoy working in mixed media and on small and large scale projects. My work has become more sculptural; however, I equally enjoy designing and making small intricate details. I have experience of ceramics, textiles, mosaic and jewellery making and large scale sculptural installation.