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A Touch of Glass Studio

category: Glass   

region: Scotland   

I am an Architectural and Decorative glass artist based in Argyll, Scotland.  Working in glass since graduating from Glasgow in 2005.  I am inspired by the beauty of Argyll, nature and travels as well as the glass as a medium in itself. I use a wide range of techniques to add colour, texture and movement to my pieces.

I sell through galleries and shops as well as attending shows such as The Country Living show. You can also contact me and buy through my website, and I undertake commission work, so please do get in touch.

address: 1 Fernoch, Ford, Kilmichael Glassary, Lochgilphead, County Argyll, Scotland, PA318RL

telephone: 07748836293

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category: Mixed Media and Recycled   Paper   Textiles & Stitch - Interiors   

region: Scotland   

I am an artist, a collector of “treasures” and a compulsive hand stitcher. I combine these passions in making one-off wall pieces that spark a sense of nostalgia. I use materials with a history – the kind of things that lie forgotten in the bottoms of drawers. Commonplace items that were used by our mothers […]

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Amanda Barnes Textile Artist

category: Textiles & Stitch - Interiors   

region: Scotland   

I make small creatures using lots of different fabrics and try to give each one it’s own character using small accessories, props or clothes. They are purely for decorative purposes.

Each piece I make is totally unique. Even if I’m using the same fabric or accessories, each small creation is absolutely unique. My latest mice ‘The Inquisitives’ are all paired with a preloved, vintage or antique item such as a wooden cotton reel, antique thimbles or piece of antique lace.

I love to use Harris Tweed, Velvet and Liberty Fabrics for my small creatures and it’s especially important for me to use either British fabrics or recycled and vintage pieces to give them that extra special touch.

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Aubin Jewellery

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: Scotland   

Aubin Jewellery is the work of Aubin Stewart an independent jewellery designer and graduate of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art Dundee. Practising from her studio at home in Aberdeen, Scotland, where she creates contemporary jewellery collections for curated exhibitions, events and boutique stockists.

Aubin specialises in pairing precious and non-precious materials to create vibrant jewellery collections with a strong focus on pearls and perspex. Designs are often inspired by natural forms reduced to the simplest of shapes and forms using both traditional and digital making methods. Her aim is to create jewellery with an essence of preciousness and elegance for everyday life.

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Badger & Baird

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: Scotland   

Badger and Baird is the exciting new jewellery brand from established Edinburgh jeweller Emma Baird. Collections feature handmade sterling silver pieces often incorporating semi-precious gemstones and pearls. Her Woodland Collection shows influences from nature with luxurious gold and silver twig rings. Check out the Badger and Baird Facebook page for all the latest news.

telephone: 0131 228 505

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Catherine Aitken

category: Fashion Accessories   Textiles - Clothing   

region: Scotland   

I’m a handbag and accessories designer mostly working with Harris Tweed and linens with leather. I also work with recycled garments and vintage kimono silks.


category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: Scotland   

Dominika Kupcova is a jewellery designer and maker based in Glasgow, Scotland. Dominika graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 2017 and has been running an independent jewellery business since. She creates complex, eye-catching structures with an element of optical illusion, carefully constructed using repeated layers of linear pattern. The work is informed by the […]

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Eleanor Patton Jewellery

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: Scotland   

Eleanor Kerr-Patton is changing how we discuss mental illness through introspective kintsugi jewellery, created using ethically sourced materials. Recycled sterling silver encases shattered mirror, bonded by seams of golden dust. Signs of past damage become something to be admired and celebrated.

In the tradition of Kintsugi, the Japanese art of repairing pottery with lacquer and gold dust, she endeavours to show the beauty of damaged things. The philosophy of Kintsugi – knowing that something is more beautiful for having been broken – treats damage and repair as part of the history of the object, rather than something to disguise.

Each piece of jewellery is an outwardly visible representation of a journey often invisible to others.

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Elin Isaksson Glass

category: Glass   

region: Scotland   

Elin makes contemporary hand blown glass for gifts, decoration and lighting. All glass is made by Elin in her glass blowing studio in Alloa, Central Scotland. Clients are individuals and businesses looking for modern bespoke sculpture, panels, awards and corporate gifts. Elin sells her glass in galleries and online.

address: Unit 1 Alloa Maker's Village, Ludgate, Alloa, Fife FK10 2DE

telephone: 07968 871439


Fiona Chapman

category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: Scotland   

My range of colourful, light-weight jewellery is made using my own technique for fusing polypropylene plastic. Exploration and experimentation are key to my development as a maker: naturally inquisitive and fascinated by materials and their properties, I am always wondering “what else can I do with this?”. I use recycled materials whenever possible, creating almost no waste, every scrap of plastic can work its way into a new piece. I like to work intuitively, with pieces evolving at the bench. I am inspired by geology and microscopic life, with light, transparency and reflection becoming increasingly important since moving to the west coast of Scotland.

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Fiona Thompson

category: Ceramics   Mixed Media and Recycled   Paper   

region: Scotland   

Fiona Thompson makes one off ceramic pieces for exhibition and commission. Her work is handbuilt with layers of printed and photographic imagery, and has been exhibited widely in the UK, Europe and N. America. She runs various workshops and courses at her studio.

address: Cyan Clayworks, Studio 3, 2nd Floor, Beaverhall House, 27 Beaverhall Road, Edinburgh EH7 4JE


category: Ceramics   

region: Scotland   

Doug Fitch and Hannah McAndrew… Partners in life and in pottery we use a limited palette of raw materials, earthenware clay and coloured slips, and aim to extract as much variety from them as possible. Even with these links the pots we make convey our own identities and characteristics. 

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Flyingcheesetoastie

category: Glass   

region: Scotland   

I work from my studio in Glasgow and specialise in kiln-formed glass. I use traditional techniques such as screen-printing with fired enamels, combined with the modern innovation of water-jet cutting. My unique range of precision cut silhouette glass creatures are adorned with various whimsical designs in bright permanent colours.

I graduated from Edinburgh College of Art with a BA(Hons) in Architectural Glass and have exhibited my sculpture globally in group exhibitions. My work is available to buy online, with most pieces custom made to order and I can also be commissioned for bespoke glass work.

telephone: 07709499845

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category: Jewellery and Silverware   

region: Scotland   

As a child Hannah Louise Lamb spent a lot of time on the beaches of Cornwall. As she grew up she discovered a love, and a great talent, for creating beautiful things inspired by those very same Cornish beaches she adored as a small girl. With a first class honours from Glasgow School of Art’s […]

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category: Ceramics   

region: Scotland   

Freshly poured wet slip is delicious, poured or trailed over the surface of a pot it looks good enough to eat and I never tire of working with it. My pots are all thrown on the wheel in a red earthenware clay and decorated with coloured slips before being finished with a rich honey glaze. […]

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Heartfelt by Liz

category: Fashion Accessories   

region: Scotland   

Heartfelt by Liz has been in business since 1996 and has developed a wide range of unique wool creations and specialist skills in textile crafts. In 2012 Heartfelt Studio from Ayrshire moved to Argyll to the stunning Victorian Railway Station at Dalmally. It is a working station and the Studio and gallery are set amongst the stunning Highlands landscape.
I use a lot of the local native wools and plant material to dye my work. Apart from running workshops from the Studio, I supply a huge range of fibre products in the shop. We have a full range of equipment for many textile crafts here at the studio as well as our own native rare breed sheep. I hold an NDSF in floristry and studied Millinery at Cardonald College and Fashion and design and pattern construction. I have travelled to teach in many countries such as Mongolia, America and Norway.

address: Dalmally Railway Station, Callender/Oban Line, Dalmally, Argyll and Bute PA33 1AA

telephone: 01838200934

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Hook and Teasel by Claire Stonier

category: Fashion Accessories   Jewellery and Silverware   

region: Scotland   

I am a contemporary maker creating freeform crochet and fibre art wearable necklace and collar pieces using fine textiles with silk, merino, steel fibres and yarns. Inspired by natural forms, botanics, nature, wild flowers and anything colourful and architectural.

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Imagine North

category: Mixed Media and Recycled   

region: Scotland   

I am an Artist and maker. I use my sewing machine the way a painter uses a brush. Each line is guided by my hand. I create small 2 and 3 dimensional pieces in thread. Each piece is unique. They are poetic moments, a visual form of Haiku. Dream like images, contemplative, quiet, devoid of detail, suggestive of a narrative. I studied sculpture and Fine Art at Grays School of Art in Aberdeen and have a BA (Hons) and a MA Fine Art. My subject is the idea of North. My work is influenced by the wilder places, by poetry and prose. I work from my small studio within the beautiful Cairngorm National Park in the Scottish Highlands. Unique embroidered artworks from £25.

address: Aboyne, Aberdeenshire

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Jane Lindsey

category: Textiles & Stitch - Interiors   

region: Scotland   

In 2000 Jane Lindsey left her office job as Curator of British Art at the University of Glasgow, moved to a small holding near Loch Lomond and began to create textiles based on life around her. Her studio is a 1970s silver airstream caravan, parked in the middle of her cut flower garden.
Jane uses freehand machine embroidery, along with recycled fabrics and Yorkshire wool, to make quirky and contemporary badges, mirrors, notebooks and cushions. Each item is individually embroidered by Jane and no two are ever exactly alike. Her use of line is influenced by her study of prints, particularly of the early to mid C20th, her subject matter by the animals, plants and vintage vehicles that surround her.
When she is not sewing or gardening she spends time getting away to the west coast of Scotland with her family in Dougal the bright orange VW campervan.

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Joanna Caskie

category: Paper   

region: Scotland   

I am a mixed media artist mainly working with paper to create handmade books, collage and occasionally sculpture. I use a variety of papers, sometimes new and sometimes with a history and enjoy exploring the qualities of my materials to create unique objects. Some of these pieces are made of paper alone and some are given details and dimension with threads, paints and inks. I am drawn to working with paper because of its ability to appear fragile yet be incredibly strong and because of its amazing textural qualities. Much of my work is inspired by the natural shapes and forms I see in my rural, coastal landscape.

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