On the outskirts of Inverness, a rare opportunity in the Highlands to view representational to abstract 2D and 3D works by some of the areas best artists and makers.
InCube is Renfrewshire Council’s creative business incubator where young enterprises get a great base, practical support and business skills training, designed to help them grow.
Isabelle Moore builds custom furniture and seating in her central Edinburgh studio.
My artwork combines a broad spectrum of painting‚ contemporary jewellery‚ dichroic glass and driftwood. Also featuring photography and paintings by Doreen McRae.
I am a sole-authorship bladesmith and knifemaker, living and working on the Isle of Skye. I make traditional Highland Dirks and Sgian Dubhs, along with many other types of knife, ancient and modern, from a variety of cultures. I use high carbon steels for my blades and natural materials for my handles. My designs range from the uniquely contemporary to historical reproductions, and most of my handles feature Celtic or Norse carving.
Bagpipes and Chanters from the Isle of Skye the home of Piping.
I like to use forms which take the eye on a journey, and create pieces that morph shapes into one another. I also like to combine precious materials such as silver, gold and gems with non precious materials such as wood and resin.
Jessie Growden Design is a new brand of laser-cut jewellery, designed and made in the Scottish Borders with a range of collections inspired by Scottish wildlife, landscape, heritage, and more geometric designs, all with fun and colour in mind.
The prices are low not because of poor quality but because I don't put a massive profit margin on as I'm doing this not as a business but as a recreational and artistic outlet as I am unable to work due to disability.
As a consequence a creation might take me an hour but can also take me a month.
I'm still learning and my love is gemstones, wirework, clay work, enamelling, metalwork and of the jewellery I make my kilt pins and Angels I love making the most. When I first started in 2007 no one made kilt pins made into brooches now many do so I copyrighted my designs in January 2014
I use mixed media and I like to pride myself it's not just putting charms on as anyone can do that but I do my own drilling, soldering, enamelling, gluing, cold fusion as well as wirework and metalwork.
I can attempt any design you wish to have made or discuss with me a design I could make
Jo Pudelko is a craft designer and maker who creates exciting mixed media jewellery and small scale sculptural objects from her studio in Edinburgh.