An inspiring community initiative which leases subsidised studio and display space to makers and owns and promotes The Barony Centre: Exhibition, Education and Events venue. Craft Studios open throughout the year, Barony Centre open 7 days throughout the year.
Craft courses and workshops listed Free for every maker/tutor and craft centre in the UK!
Our mission is to interest more people in the delightful world of craftsmanship, by promoting all of the wonderful courses craft going on up and down the UK. Every course page has built-in review tool, google maps, clear descriptions and lots of pictures!
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Denise is a textile artist, living and working on the Isle of Skye. Her work is informed by passion for landscape and the natural world, it's fragility, history and protection.
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 exiting range of work by other local and invited visiting artists.
Come and enjoy!
Deborah MacVicar is an artist and Jewellery designer. She went back to the local secondary school as an adult, and later to Lews Castle College, and Moray College UHI. Graduating in october 2011 with a BA hons in fine art.
She has been selected for the New Contemporaries Exhibition in Edinburgh by the RSA in March 2012, where she will show her ‘Performances in the Landscape’, and is currently involved in an arts residency named the ‘secret sea’, being run by Taigh Chearsabhagh arts trust.
Digby Morrow is a craftsman who makes fine decorative hardwood boxes and bespoke furniture pieces in his workshop on the outskirts of Linlithgow, near Edinburgh, Scotland. Also he makes highly individual pieces to be used as unique ”room features”. He works in solid and veneered woods of both domestic and exotic varieties and uses inlays and marquetry to decorate his pieces. He finishes his work using a variety of techniques including French polishing.
Digby’s boxes can have many uses - jewellery, christening, birthdays, dressing, collection, games, keepsake, presentation, special anniversaries etc. Digby's furniture pieces are designed to be "one-offs" with unique features.
Waterline models of traditional and contemporary fishing boats, emphasising character through carefully selected features and details. Quality materials are used throughout. Carefully researched detailed prints showing traditional and contemporary fishing boats.
Emma McDermott’s work is inspired by birds and their habitats. The damage caused by the jewellery industry to their environments, encouraged her to use all recycled or natural materials in her work.