House of Jackson is a Design House and Studio. Producing inspired handcrafted pieces for the aesthetic and ethical conscious consumer, with a vast mix of materials and media.
Eco friendly jewellery
Modern pieces using Brazilian seeds and semi-precious stones.
Modern pieces with a latin flair.
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. Inchmore Gallery also offers a considered choice of other works by reputable British artists in ceramic, bronze and textile works. A sympatheticaly designed gallery combined with a genuine, friendly atmosphere and knowledgable and enthusiastic staff.
Jennifer Watt was born in Dumfries and graduated at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee .
She lived and worked in Lincolnshire for 27 years before returning to her home near Thornhill in 2000.
Her sculptural work consists of pieces in wood, cement and Limited Edition work in bronze and resin.
Jennifer has exhibited regularly at Royal Glasgow Institute where she won the Inverarity One to One Travel Award in 2010, Visual Arts Scotland in Edinburgh where she won The Powderhall Bronze Award in 2007,and the The Society of Scottish Artists .
Purple Pomegranate jewellery is the work of Jesse Ball. She lives in the hills of Dumfries and Galloway, and her jewellery is crafted using buttons, silver, semi precious gemstones and other found objects.
Jewellery designed and handcrafted by us from sterling silver, semi-precious stones, minerals and organics.
Based on personal photography of the structural details and materials of the Scottish Parliament, various buildings in New York and Prague and other industrial buildings within Scotland, a collection of both tableware and jewellery has evolved.
By combining natural materials with strong metal forms, the afore-mentioned architectural connotations are realised.
I am a jewellery designer based in Glasgow. I am currently working on ranges of jewellery inspired by cities and what they mean to us. How will our future cities look? Do we aspire to live in a beautiful future or continue in amongst restricted high rise buildings and neglected housing scheme? Do we continue to aspire towards western riches and none existent money whilst being the big man's wage slave? Or is there another way?
Katie explores the perhaps incongruous concept of creating finely crafted jewellery, of silver and semi-precious stones, from the heavy industrial aesthetic of the shipbuilding history that has moulded the city of Glasgow.
The Orkney Furniture Maker, Kevin Gauld is the creator of fine, handmade Orkney furniture ranging from traditional styles including the straw back Orkney Chair to his more modern designed seating and tables inspired by the islands themselves.