MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THESE - At DialEmma Designs, artist Emma Fellowes is creating the most exquisite personalised silk-painted heirlooms of the future. The paintings depict all manner of events, from a stork announcing baby’s date of birth and weight, to a church bell entwined with rings and ribbons to commemorate a wedding day. It is YOUR commission, YOUR work of art.
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.
UK's leading ethical events company provides high footfall events for Scottish, Fair Trade and ethical producers. We organise various events on Castle Street in the heart of Edinburgh throughout the year, during Easter, The Festival and Christmas periods.
Artist in Textiles and mixed media, Helen Suzanne Sharratt having moved to the mainland from her hebridean home now lives and works in the Scottish Highlands, where the landscape inspires her creative work.
HI-Arts Craft Development provides support for the craft sector in the Highlands and Islands.
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.
Jennifer Gray (MA RCA) is a Designer/Maker of jewellery and objects. Her work is sold through London based Galleries and Design shops, she also works to commission.
From his workshop near Dunbar in East Lothian, John works mainly to commission on a wide range of bespoke furniture and related timber projects. These objects mostly involve Scottish hardwoods as the main material, and sometimes incorporate small metal, slate or reclaimed materials for detail.
John's furniture can be described as clean lined, simple and highly functional. And also has a sense of robustness where the natural beauty of the timber enhances the over all design.
Working through memories of a personal and collected nature, I have been trying to understand how we visualize memories and how imagery influences our past. I have been extensively collecting old memorabilia, clothes, shoes and family photographs, all in various states of disrepair. They each have their own memories communicating a narrative that is both personal and universal.
Pleasingly plump, curvaceous nudes make themselves at home anywhere!
The female form becomes sculptural ceramics by handbuilding in clay.
My ladies represent the easing of regime and convey the uninhibited comfort one should feel in one’s skin.