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Here you will find a list of the artists whose stunning artwork graces the walls, windowledges and podiums of Inchmore Gallery.

Please be aware that many of these artists exhibit with us on a regular basis but not necessarily every exhibition. If you are looking for artwork by a specific artist please get in touch.

The images displayed within each artist’s page serve as an example of their style of work; these are not necessarily the specific pieces that are available to view, or purchase, at any particular time.

Aidy Eaton Modern Fossil 4
My name is Aidy Eaton, an artist living and working in Beauly and currently pursuing a B.A.(hons) Painting with the OCA.  I explore creative potential by following a stream of consciousness suggested by a word or phrase that allows me to speculate on actual, imagined or ambiguous meanings. The works ...

Aidy Eaton

Strome Narrows Evening Light
Aileen Grant graduated Dip TP from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and worked as a town planner for a number of years.  In 2007 she reduced her working hours in order to develop her drawing and painting and completed several courses at Leith School of Art. Since May 2013 ...

Aileen Grant

Still living in a stone cottage we renovated 40 years ago (near Lochwinnoch, Renfrewshire), the opportunity arose to try pottery in 1997, while on holiday in France. I was instantly hooked, but it was another six years before being able to pursue this growing interest. My influences are mainly Japanese, ...

Alan Aitchison

I am fascinated by the morbid and the quirky things in life. I collect taxidermy and skulls, butterflies and moths, and love anything with a pattern on it. When it comes to my doodles, I love watercolour on the biggest piece of paper I can get my paws on, and ...

Alex Spencer

Alison Shaw Tapered vessel img2
My first taste of basket making was in 1997 when I embarked on a ten week evening course in Edinburgh.  That was it, I was hooked! Since then I have attended a wide range of courses covering different techniques and materials and learning from some of the most experienced basketmakers ...

Alison Shaw

Alistair Boddy Evans Graduated Earrings
Drawing on his background in mathematics, engineering and blacksmithing, Alistair creates a range of chainmaille inspired by the tales of the Celtic goddess Bhrìghde, patron of poetry and smithing. Chainmaille is created from a myriad of small metal rings, individually joined to form geometric patterns. It has a history in ...

Alistair Boddy-Evans

Alison Weightman - Shotgun Ceramics ’“Though a shotgun may seem a controversial creative instrument it is the method by which many chose to express themselves throughout the world. In the hands of the artist it is used in full knowledge, a process balanced on the edge of the human capacity ...

Allison Weightman

Amy Louise Buttress Orbs
Amy was raised in Carrbridge in the Cairngorms National Park by her artistic parents and then studied Computer Art at University in Dundee. Having developed a love for both the city and the coast as well as the mountains she now divides her time between Dundee and Carrbridge to create ...

Amylou Buttress

My name is Andrew Bunn. I am originally from Scunthorpe in Lincolnshire and moved up to Argyll, Scotland in 1993 before moving to Caithness in 2004. I make furniture, bowls and sculptural objects out of Scottish hardwoods. My inspiration comes directly from the wood itself and I am always looking ...

Andrew Bunn

Over the years I have produced a variety of work based on a landscape tree theme which has its origins during my postgraduate year at Gray’s Aberdeen and landscape.  Often during trips to the West Highlands and the coastline there.  Recently I have started to explore and develop these tree ...

Andrew Matheson

Ann Coomber Jewel
I have always been fascinated by the direct, intimate relationship between First Nation peoples and the natural world. The way that ‘abstract’ forms and natural objects contain or embody complex narratives, ideas, and personal or collective memories for them: recording and directing their movement through life, landscape, and time, and ...

Ann Coomber

Anna Liebmann Stars
I was drawn to basketmaking whilst my children were tiny and I lived and worked at a land-focussed housing co-operative set in 50 acres of farmland in Lanarkshire.  A want for beautiful toy baskets coupled with the unsuitability of metal work around toddlers and extreme poorness led me to thinking ...

Anna Liebmann

Anna Macaskill Malyon is an Inverness-born visual artist currently based in Glasgow. Anna and her family have recently returned from a seven year period in the South of Sweden. While there, Anna undertook an intense period of study, focussing predominantly on drawing and painting. Anna seeks to extend her own ...

Anna Malyon

Anna S King PRIMA LUCE
I am a fibre artist and my work is founded on a close relationship with the natural world. I apply a modicum of craft skills, expanding my range with researches into other cultures, particularly those of Japan and North America, carrying with me the relearning of ancient traditional methods.  Mostly ...

Anna S King

Appou Tamijmarane A Quiet Day Near Inverness Harbour
I am a busy professional living and working in the Highlands of Scotland. Having started experimenting with oil and acrylic paints a few years ago, I mainly focus on landscape paintings and wildlife art.  I take great pleasure in utilizing my photography to create as realistic impressions of the physical ...

Appou Tamijmarane

I was introduced to clay whilst on a three month art course and fell in love. This was in 1996 and it has developed into a lifelong love affair. It was during this time that I joined the Findhorn Pottery where I was initially the apprentice, taking on the running of the studio in 2001 ...

Belia Beisheuvel

Ben Southern High Tide
Born in Blackpool Lancashire 1944, studied at Burnley College of Art from 1960 to 1964 then to Leeds University Institute of Education and in 1965 took a career in teaching. After early retirement in 1994 I worked freelance for St Martins Teacher Trainer College in Lancaster. Moved to the Black ...

Ben Southern

Beti Bricelj was born in 1974 in Postojna (Slovenia). In 2000 she graduated from Fine Arts on Arthouse - College of Visual Arts in Ljubljana. In her diploma thesis she focused on the elements of Aboriginal Art in the abstraction of three holy colors. After completing her studies she continued ...

Beti Bricelj

Brigid Sharratt Wee Mugs
Having trained as a teacher and spent 25 years teaching I managed to acquire the old school at Swordale, Evanton where I have been making stoneware and domestic ware for the past 15 years. After attending two inspirational courses in Holland with Joop Crompvoets and Eric Stockl, I built a ...

Brigid Sharratt

Bryce Reynard broody hen basket
I come from a background of 42 years as a professional Forester in the Forestry Commission and a strong interest in the natural world.  A love of rope work and utilising local materials took me into basket making. A “Basket Making with Birch Bark” course in Tore village hall in ...

Bryce Reynard

I work intuitively and spontaneously with glass and am fascinated by its robust, dynamic nature, versatility yet translucent, contradictory qualities. I combine literary elements with simple yet considered layers, each one decorated with brushstrokes or text before kiln firing. My ideas integrate life events, even though my imagination is dominated ...

Carole Robinson

Carolyn Eva Wallflower
Carolyn Eva lives and working in Inverness in the Scottish Highlands.  Over a number of years, she has developed her unique style herself.  She works mainly with acrylics, including various metallics. Among those artists who have influenced her work are Gustav Klimt, Paul Klee, Chuck Close, Friedensreich Hundertwasser and Alexandr ...

Carolyn Eva

Catherine Davies Berry Gathering Basket
We live and work on our croft on the Isle of Eigg where we design and make bespoke traditional and contemporary baskets, including coffins, using our own willow which is grown organically on our croft. Our work allows us to express our passion and commitment to traditional craftsmanship and the ...

Catherine Davies

Catherine Stables Boat With Woven Sail
An item on a Kirsty Allsop programme first sparked my interest in willow basketry.  After struggling away on my own for a few months with a book, I finally made my first ‘proper’ basket in July 2012 after attending a course by Jenny Pearce in Herefordshire.  It was a round ...

Catherine Stables

Cathrine is a Norwegian artist based in Dundee. Her passion for working with clay was ignited when doing a one-year course in ceramics at Agder Folkehøyskole in Søgne, Norway, from 1995-1996. She then went on to complete a BDes(Hons) in ceramics at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, ...

Cathrine Holtet

Catriona MacEachen Turquoise Waters
Catriona Macdonald MacEachen lives in Fife and works as a freelance artist specialising in Scottish land and seascapes. Art has been her passion for as long as she can remember and although mainly self-taught, she excelled in Art at school and went on to specialise in Art while undertaking an ...

Catriona MacEachen

Charlotte Boxall Frame Platter with Beech Handle
My name is Charlotte Boxall married with 2 grown up children, 3 grandchildren, another on the way, we live in the Coquet Valley, Northumberland.  I have always made things starting as far back as I can remember with the dolls clothes, weaving and Christmas decorations. Since my twenties have often ...

Charlotte Boxall

I live and work in Ullapool, Wester Ross I studied Sculpture at Edinburgh College of Art, graduating in 2005 with a BA honors and in 2007 with a MFA. Since graduating I have continued with my sculptural work as well as developing my drawing and painting, exhibiting regularly and undertaking ...

Charlotte Watters

Cherry had explored many varied mediums before discovering a natural ability with needle-felting, after having it on her “to-do list” for a number of years she finally gave it a go in December 2014 and she has not looked back. What is Needle Felting? In very basic terms, needle felting ...

Cherry Ambrose

Chris Dumont Coastal Foraging Basket
Living in Shetland, trees are scarce and willow does not grow so fast.  Having been privileged to attend a few workshops by Lois Walpole, opened my eyes to an abundant source of material for basketry, with the added bonus of removing some of the material from the waste stream and ...

Chris Dumont

Christina Campbell West Side
Having grown up on the Isle of Lewis the sea, rocks, moors and huge skies are a constant source of inspiration for my work. I lived abroad for many years, but in 2006 I retired to Glasgow to devote more time to my lifelong passion for painting. Since then my land/seascape painting has ...

Christina Campbell

Originally from Kyle of Lochalsh, I graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 2006 with a BA(hons) in Fine Art (painting). Living in Glasgow I worked as a community artist with Artlink Central. I worked with groups of individuals who experience disability or disadvantage, helping to give creative workshops in prisons, ...

Claire Rooney

Clare is an oil painter working from her studio near Beauly. Until recently she was the owner of the well-known Tore Art Gallery near Inverness, but has now retired in order to concentrate on her own painting. Clare originally studied with the Open College of the Arts (Art and Design ...

Clare Blois

My aim is to make useful pots that are well crafted and a pleasure to use. Bowls, cups, mugs and jugs are the foundation of my practice and provide infinite possibilities in exploring clarity of form and functionality. My recent work has focused on creating small groups of pots, all ...

Clare Dawdry

Painting is a mystery in the true sense of the word, something like alchemy. Film and photography may have supplanted painting in the modern consciousness but in truth neither comes even close to the beauty of painting. I work in oils, acrylics, watercolour, gouache, pen and ink and mixed media ...

Colin Ian Christie

Born in Bishop Auckland, County Durham, in 1942, Cyril studied at Sunderland College of Art, specialising in painting to National Diploma level. He graduated from Leeds University Institute of Education in 1964 and took up a career in teaching . Following a period of just over two years at a ...

Cyril Reed

Daniel began studying 3D Design Ceramics at Loughborough College of Art and Design in 1994. It was during this training, that he discovered his excitement for metal and sculpture and changed his career direction. He began training and working as a Bronze Chaser at Pangolin Editions, a fine art foundry ...

Daniel Kavanagh

David was born in Twickenham, England. He studied illustration at Twickenham College and worked in various London advertising agencies and design studios for ten years before his move to Caithness, in the Highlands, with his wife Sally to set up Scarfskerry Pottery in 1977. In 1987 the pottery was moved ...

David Body

Dawn Susan coil basket
I have learnt my basketmaking whilst living in the Outer Hebrides. This is a place where the use of baskets for crofting and fishing is still very much in living memory. I stay aware of this heritage in my own work. I am involved with raising awareness of traditional ways ...

Dawn Susan

Debbie Lee Gateway to Heaven
Debbie Lee grew up in Lochaber and graduated from Glasgow School of Art (Embroidered and Woven Textile Department) in 1992. She worked as a designer for a number of years in both the textiles and outdoor clothing sectors. Following the arrival of her young family she now works as a ...

Deborah Lee

This selection of images of creatures to be seen in Scotland, is the product of the author's enthusiasm for his native country's wild places and the things that live there. Compiled from images collected over a dozen years since his retirement from the world of education the text outlines his ...

Derek McGinn

Di Hannah Inside Out
My introduction to basketry techniques was at primary school – a cane tray with a plywood base (which I still use!) The opportunity to pursue this craft didn’t arise until some thirty something years later when, at a local agricultural show, I met with a basketmaker who was advertising a ...

Di Hannah

I first experienced porcelain as a medium in Copenhagen, working as an assistant to ceramicist, Christian Bruun and was immediately drawn to its creamy and fluid-like qualities. It was my interest in its fluidity and similarity to matter, such as bone and shell, which continued throughout my Masters Degree in ...

Elaine Jones

Having had many years of experience of plein-air painting in the Inverness area, where I have lived since the mid-seventies, I try to convey atmosphere and a sense of place in my landscapes. I like the atmosphere of seclude places; reed-beds, woods, churches, old buildings or ‘secret gardens’. My work ...

Elizabeth Joss

Emerson Mayes is a Yorkshire born artist who has experienced that rarest of things: success both critical and commercial since the beginning of his career as a painter. From the day the now 39-year-old graduated from Leeds Metropolitan University in 1994, he has enjoyed a growing reputation for a fresh, honest and uncontrived ...

Emerson Mayes

Emma Noble BA hons I studied Printmaking at Gray’s School of Art, graduating with an honours degree in 2008, before returning to my hometown of Kyle of Lochalsh. I’m currently working full-time as a graphic designer for a local print company, but spend my evenings and weekends making artwork in ...

Emma Noble

Eolanda F. Norrie Milk in yer Porridge
Born in Glasgow, brought up in Aberdeen from the age of 5 years old. My choice of subjects as with my style of painting, have evolved through my fascination with things that have been through the journey of time, things that ooze character; old people, objects or weathered structures. My ...

Eolanda F Norrie

A graduate of Edinburgh College of Art in 2009, I am an artist currently based in South Lanarkshire. Inspired by the country’s oldest sculptural practice, I apply contemporary techniques upon a historic process in order to create my work. At a time when the country is deeply concerned with Scotland’s ...

Esk McGuinnes

Fiona Kearney Bonsai SOLD
I was born at RAF Changi, Singapore and grew up in Easter Ross. As a small child I can remember holding an intense fascination for illustrations in books and would often enter those pages in my minds eye. Upon leaving school I became a draughtswoman, a job which I did enjoy however ...

Fiona Kearney

Fiona Mackenzie Black Highland Coo
Fiona Mackenzie was born in Inverness . She lives in North West Ross-shire, along the rugged coast of Gairloch, where she also has her studio, an excellent setting for inspiration. Earlier studies include a Master’s degree in History of Art at Aberdeen University – which led to gallery research in ...

Fiona Mackenzie

Fiona Matheson Wet Sands
A varied career within design and education has culminated in a desire to fulfill my potential as a contemporary landscape painter. My relationship with the Scottish landscape is deep-rooted. Generations of farmers in Aberdeenshire and crofters in the Highlands have been instrumental in my responses to it. Having a father ...

Fiona Matheson

Jewellery by Gail Cadogan
I am Gail Cadogan and I am the puppet master behind all the goings on at My Cherry Pie Jewellery. Lets have a quick zip through how I have got to where I am with My Cherry Pie Jewellery. A bit of a ‘This is your life ‘moment if you ...

Gail Cadogan

Geoff Forrest Leaf Platter image by kimayres.co.uk
I began working with willow after attending a beginners basket making course with Lise Bech in 1997. Several years later I became a full time maker and continue to learn many techniques from a diverse range of teachers. More recently I have moved away from traditional baskets and now make ...

Geoff Forrest

Geraldine Poore basket
I am enchanted  by traditional basketry techniques from around the world, particularly complex plaiting techniques, and I also enjoy experimenting, using traditional weaves and forms in a new way, or adding colour to them in order to make something interesting to me. Working with traditional techniques and materials gives me ...

Geraldine Poore

Grace Mclean has a lifelong interest in the natural world and all its inhabitants. Graduating in sculpture from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art has allowed her the facility to create animals in ceramics, capturing their essence. Pieces are usually hand sized, she works quickly with the clay, rolling and ...

Grace Mclean

Gwen Black Bearing North
Gwen Black BA hons, Fine Art With an Honours degree in Fine Art from Grays School of art in Aberdeen, specialising in Printmaking, Gwen works as a full time artist, tutor and curator. Gwen is a member of the Society of Scottish Artists, a professional member and council member of ...

Gwen Black

When seeking inspiration I don’t look much further than the Highlands. The colours, shapes, textures and patterns in the landscape and seascape change daily from soft and muted to strong and vibrant. These elements are dominant in my work. I rely mainly on memory to create the images, only occasionally ...

Hazel Reed

Heather Afrin Newton Street
I have recently returned to art and I’m loving it more than I ever did. I attended Edinburgh College of Art, continued onto graphic design and multimedia and then got sidetracked into computer programming and IT in various forms. (How on earth did that happen ?!?)..... But something kept nagging ...

Heather Afrin

Heidi Soos (BA hons) handbuilds one-off, non-functional ceramic vessels using slab building and coiling. Each piece is intuitively derived from a love of nature, the botanical and organic; textures in weathered stone and concrete; fields, insects and birds. Textures are achieved by using handmade stamps and found objects, with the ...

Heidi Soos

Helen Allan Splash
"Colour is the most important aspect of my work and I use it vigorously.  I strive to produce works which speak entirely for themselves using the physical properties of moving paint on canvas or board.  My source material is general cerebral rather than visual.  The titles of my paintings refer ...

Helen Allan

Helen Jackson Shoulder Bag
I have an appreciation of times when buying, selling, carrying, and measuring were reliant on a basket be it homemade or bought from a professional basket maker; life depended on them. Working mostly with willow and growing a large proportion of my own, there is great satisfaction in planting it, watching ...

Helen Jackson

Helen L Robertson was born in Cumbria and grew up in West Lothian. After graduating from Edinburgh College of Art in 1987, she spent the following year at the Royal College of Art in London. Helen settled in Glenshiel after visiting her sister, and falling in love with her partner Tich ...

Helen L Robertson

Helena Emmans BA hons, Design I grew up in Edinburgh and after gaining a B.A (Hons) in Design (specialising in textiles) from Glasgow School of Art I moved to Skye where I have lived for 11 years. My background in textiles is evident in my paintings and silver jewellery. I ...

Helena Emmans

Highland Driftwood Mustard Beach Hut
Primarily I am a photographer and lover of the Scottish Highlands. Weekends have always been spent scouring the hills, coasts, glens and towns for locations for the next 'perfect' photograph. More and more frequently while scoping out locations for photographs, I have found myself wandering beautiful, deserted and rugged coastlines ...

Highland Driftwood

Howard Callow trained as a graphic designer at college in Essex, before moving to Scotland over 20 years ago to pursue a career as a freelance illustrator and graphic designer. Since then his work took him away from art for a while, until he met his wife, a ceramic artist, ...

Howard Callow

Iain Beaton Round Basket
I started willow weaving several years ago and have continued, on and off, since.  I have been on courses by Graham Glanville, Jane Wilkinson. Lisa Bech and, recently, Monique Bervoets.  All which helped me greatly.  I am a member of the Skye Basket Group who meet each month throughout the ...

Iain Beaton

Originally from Glasgow, Iain now lives in Moray where he creates hand-built and pit-fired pieces from raku clay. He is drawn to simple shapes and is inspired by the unpredictable consequences of pit firing, where seaweed, smoke, banana and orange peel, salts and oxides combine to create these dramatic pieces which might have been freshly ...

Iain Campbell

Iain is a professional photographer based near Strathpeffer in Ross-shire. His work explores both natural and man-made environments, and often the interaction between the two. Frequently abstract in style, Iain’s work reflects his strong personal relationship with the north of Scotland, where he has lived for almost 40 years. Despite ...

Iain Sarjeant

Ilona Traut MacLeod Antler Basket
Ilona Traut-MacLeod grew up in Germany in the beautiful area of the Black Forest. Having worked in different countries she finally left her job as a Biologist behind and settled in Scotland. She now lives with her husband on a croft on the Isle of Skye. Making baskets was a ...

Ilona Traut MacLeod

Ingrid A Fraser Loch Shimmer
Scottish visual artist with links to Orkney, Moray, Angus and Argyll, Ingrid obtained a Fine Art (Hons) Degree in Painting from Gray's going on to exhibit in shows across Scotland and in London.She has works in the collections of Angus and Aberdeenshire council and the Jolomo Foundation Archive. Analytical drawing ...

Ingrid Fraser

James Newton Adams BA hons, Sculpture James Adams was born in 1971. After completing a degree in Fine Art (Sculpture), James started up his own business in London designing and making metal furniture and products for the retail market as well as undertaking various private commissions from architectural ironwork through ...

James Newton Adams

James Ritchie Steel Fern
Hi, I am James Ritchie – Sculptor I graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design (DJCAD) Dundee University with a BA (Hons) Fine Art in the summer of 2015 As an artist and as a person, I’m interested in how the human condition is influenced by factors ...

James Ritchie

Jan Lewin-Cadogan Turning Tide Bowl
Jan Lewin-Cadogan is a Ceramicist who lives in Carmarthenshire with her husband, daughter and son.  When not making experimental glazes or getting dirty with clay, she gardens, walks her two daft dogs, reads, makes bread and takes time out to walk along the coastal paths of West Wales taking photos of ...

Jan Lewin-Cadogan

Jana Emburey Searching
Jana Emburey (BA Hons Visual Arts) is originally from Slovakia. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally, most recently in the Rosalux Gallery in Minneapolis in the Cut of Your Jib exhibition with the Society of Scottish Artists (SSA), in Singapore in an event at the Art Stage Singapore and ...

Jana Emburey

Jane Allan Trio of Baskets
My background is in graphic design but a change in direction brought me from the city to Seafield Farm, a smallholding in Achnamara, Argyll.  Basketmaking is a perfect fit with all the other strands of life in a remote rural area, mixing creativity, practicality, sustainability and a love of growing ...

Jane Allan

Jane MacRae Fields and Farm Buildings
Taking art to Higher level at school, Jane chose a career in teaching but now paints full-time.  Subject matter often reflects her love of the dramatic landscape/coastline of the far north, where she was brought up. Working quickly, using random brush strokes and more careful detail at times, Jane hopes ...

Jane MacRae

Jane Martin High Tide
I live and work near the Thames Estuary, which with its tidal activity and rich bird life provides daily inspiration for my work, as well as painting I carve stone and make unique bronzes. Born 1963. Essex Worked in advertising during 80's. Painted/exhibited since 2004 Two 'one woman' shows at ...

Jane Martin

I have always been fascinated by textures and as a very small child I remember “touching” everything, from stones to paper, feathers to fabric and mud to rusty metal.  Personally I don’t believe that you “look with your eyes and not with your hands”. As most young ladies do, I ...

Jane Owen Inglis

JANET ADAM: The Adam Pottery I first saw a pot being thrown when I was ten years old; the seeds were sown and clay stayed in my life, in various ways, from then on. Twenty-five years later I embarked on life as a potter, rather than as an unenthusiastic secretary, ...

Janet Adam

Jemma Derbyshire is a Painter living and working in Edinburgh. She studied at Drawing and Painting Edinburgh College of Art and Tutors part time at Leith School of Art. Her works are bold, using vivid colours often inspired by her upbringing in the raw, exposed landscape of the Scottish Highlands.  Jemma also tutors a variety of classes and workshops providing comprehensive ...

Jemma Derbyshire

Jenna's creative mind enables her to produce unique designs in a variety of colours. Jenna produces her own range of opaque, pearlescent and transparent colours by mixing a combination of pigment dyes to a clear enamel. Timing is essential during the application process. The enamel becomes harder to work with ...

Jenna Perryman

Jennifer Jack hairy basket
I have been making baskets as a hobby for 20 years, and I love it! I have enjoyed learning from, and been inspired by, SBC members. Georgia Crook got me hooked on willow when she lived on Mull, and Lise Bech classes have shown me so much more about baskets ...

Jennifer Jack

Before moving to Blair Atholl. I worked for over 25 years as a potter in Hampshire. My training was in Fine Art (sculpture), with my preferred medium being clay. I use a white firing clay as it is both sympathetic to my glaze and the marks I make. A variety ...

Jenny Charles

Jenny Hepburn The Beach To Myself
With her background in geography and geology, the wonderful physical landscape of the Scottish Highlands inspires much of Jenny's artwork. Rocks,mountains, sea and sky are frequent subjects and are worked in a variety of media that may include oil or acrylic, and sometimes a strange mix of natural or man made ...

Jenny Hepburn

Jim Pennie Striped Standard Lamp
I don’t know why I started turning wood, it just seemed like a good idea at the time, and I’m still doing it 26 years on. I try to use recycled wood, or wood left over by other woodworkers or makers. This wood tends to come in smaller pieces, and ...

Jim Pennie

Jo Cowie Heart (No Books Were Harmed) Within a Heart
"A book lover since before I could read, I've always held a fascination, respect and deep affiliation with books. Not just with the facts and fantasies within their pages, but with the textures, colours, print type, inner covers, bindings, smell, feel and 'history' that they carry with them. I live ...

Jo Cowie

I was brought up on the East coast of Scotland, from where I left to attend the Chelsea School of Art. I then gained an Honours Degree in Painting and Drawing at Gray’s School of Art, followed by a Post Graduate Diploma in Painting, studying under Alexander Fraser and Joyce ...

Jo Young

Joanna Wright - White Jug with Two Panels
Last October Eleanor White and I made a resolution to make a drawing or painting each week - this exhibition “Resolution 2015”  is the result.  I made a series of small pictures of pots and cups on paper, which led to working in the same way on board and with collage, ...

Joanna Wright

Joanne B Kaar shoes Juncus effusus coppergate and coptic stitch
I live in Dunnet, on Dunnet Head, Caithness, Scotland, only 2 miles from where I grew up in the village of Brough.  My artwork takes inspiration from our heritage.  As both participant and instigator of arts and heritage projects and collaborations I have worked in Taiwan, South Korea, Iceland, USA, ...

Joanne B Kaar

John Cowan Flower Basket
John Cowan began making baskets aged 25 years. John has spent a considerable amount of time learning traditional basket making skills with Virgilijus Bauzys in West Kilbride after attaining grounding in the craft from Geoff Forrest. John has had many inspirational basket encounters with Lise Bech and Lise has contributed ...

John Cowan

John Glynn Vantage Point
John Glynn is a Morayshire based artist who creates detailed pen drawings of harbours and cities as well as abstract work ...

John Glynn

Jude Edgar Wendy's Lilies
For more than 25 years, I have spent much of my time looking at paintings, and writing about them. I studied Art History and English (and later Child Psychology) at university, and  worked for many years as an editor and writer in London before moving to Scotland.  I always sketched ...

Jude Edgar

I work mainly in scrap fabrics locally sourced from tweed and textile mills to produce a range of desirable products. I love to incorporate the natural flaws, rough edges and faults in the fabrics and off-set by unusual buttons and trims. I put different fabrics together in unusual and creative ...

Julia Cunningham

I grew up in Helensburgh on the West coast and moved to Glasgow when I was 17 to study product design at Glasgow School of Art. When I came across the ceramics department I felt immediately at home and finished my degree in ceramics. In my third year I went ...

Julia Smith

Juliet Macleod Yunomi
Juliet Macleod studied at Central St Martins and worked as a graphic designer in London for twenty years. After stopping work to have a family she rediscovered her love of pottery following a course at Gray’s School of Art. Juliet moved to Aberdeen from Devon in 2010. She has been lucky to live in ...

Juliet Macleod

Salka is a family run business in which we specialise in natural seaglass jewellery. We collect all the beautiful pieces ourselves from the beaches and shores all around the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, including the famous shores of Loch Ness. Genuine, natural seaglass is formed when glass makes its ...

Karen Clarke

Katherine Sutherland Evening Walk
Katherine Sutherland studied and qualified as a nurse before returning to her home in the Highlands where she now lives and works. It is only in the last few years that she has been able to return to her love of art and painting. Kathy likes to use direct brush strokes in ...

Katherine Sutherland

Kerrien Grant Loch Sween
Kerrien lives in Achnamara, on the West Coast of Scotland, and is inspired to paint by the wild beauty of the landscape. Originally from Cornwall, she has painted for many years and started exhibiting regularly after moving to Argyll. “The unpredictable and (often!) wet weather in Argyll creates a spectrum ...

Kerrien Grant

Background/childhood influences: I remember travelling around Scotland as a child, and being amazed and enchanted by the Scottish wild places, villages, cottages, harbours, scenery and landscape; by the dramatic colours, moods and atmosphere.  Since moving to the countryside as an adult, I have tried to rediscover the immediacy of those first ...

Kevin Fleming

Kevin S OConnell kinloch
In my paintings I try to convey the dramatic energy of the weather and the vast scale, grandeur and remoteness of the Scottish highlands and islands with its ever changing weather, experienced while walking and travelling throughout the hills and glens. Building up a picture in my head of many ...

Kevin Sean O’Connell

Kim Bramley BA hons, Fashion and Textile Design Kim Bramley trained in Fashion & Textile Design at St Martin’s School of Art, London. She worked internationally as a freelance fashion/textile designer. In 1992 Kim set up her own business working initially with textiles and handmade paper selling throughout the UK ...

Kim Bramley

Kitty Watt Croft & Boats. Etching
I was born in Sussex, and worked as a screenprinter in North Wales and a commercial artist in London before moving to Scotland in 1982. I learned to etch at Peacock Printmakers, Aberdeen, in 1986. In 1997 I moved with my husband, painter David Watt, to a remote croft in ...

Kitty Watt

Konstantina Flower Flies earrings
I started this journey by choosing to work with my hands, therefore I studied at the handmade silversmithing college as opposed to choosing a university in Athens where I lived and studied. I started working with an Armenian goldsmith who taught me (parallel with my college) the craft of classic ...

Konstantina Pateraki

I am an abstract mixed media artist from Dallas, Texas based in Inverness.  Working from our home studio, my pieces are influenced by the rustic earthen colors of the landscape as well as the contemporary urban influences of a major city using various materials, layers, and textures.  With our richly ...

Kristi Leitch

Kyley Campbell graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, in 2005. Based in her workshop in Perth, Scotland, she creates a wide range of contemporary jewellery inspired by natural forms and her love of colour. Kyley specialises in sterling silver and hand dyed anodised aluminium. All findings ...

Kyley Campbell

Silversmith and fused glass artist, with a weakness for pearls, lace and all things weddings. I focus on creating unique, hand crafted jewellery and vintage wedding accessories, all from my studio on the Moray coast in Scotland. After completing a BA Hons at Norwich School of Art and Design, I ...

Laura Pettifar

Leo Sharratt The Evanton Beech 1
Born in Durham City 1934 has lived in Swordale, Evanton, for over 30 years teaching in several local schools, most latterly in Dingwall Academy. Studied art in Newcastle University and the Slade School of Art ,London.  Lectured in Art History and Foundation Studies in Chester and Wrexham schools of art ...

Leo Sharratt

Leon Patchett is a graduate of Central / St Martins College of Art & Design where he completed a B.A.Hons Degree in Ceramics in 1990. He has been a practicing artist for the past decade and now works out of The Stables Studios in Cromarty, a small peninsular town north ...

Leon Patchett

Lesley was born in Hertfordshire but grew up with a love of Skye, having spent holidays at her Skye grandmother’s house. So, after graduating from Loughborough College of Art and Design, specialising in ceramics, she set up a studio at Torrin in the Isle of Skye. Whilst there she also ...

Lesley Jones

Linda is a Painter and Sculptor based in Moray. She finds the two facets of her artwork complimentary, each helping to distilideasfor the other. She is inspired by all things in the natural worldand is especially captivated by waterscapes, trees and animals. In her two dimensional work she often evokes ...

Linda Goodrum

Lindsay Watt The Flying Dragon detail
When I lived in the new Forest area, my Nan took me to pottery classes and I absolutely loved it. I haven’t stopped working with clay since and worked in an industrial pottery in Poole during the 1980s. I now live in Scotland and after studying at the Moray College, ...

Lindsay Watt

Lise Bech, White Vase, 90h x 40 x 27cm
A chance meeting -over 30 years ago - with a local basketmaker awoke my interest in learning the craft which was nearly dying out at the time. For a while I had wanted to have a hobby where I could produce the raw materials and create my own designs, thereby ...

Lise Bech

Liz Balfour The Wicker Lady 2
I have been making, demonstrating and teaching and promoting this lovely craft for many years.  This lady was made as part of a community project to celebrate International Woman's Day ...

Liz Balfour

Liz Green Fractured Paint
Liz Green is a self-taught artist based in Inverness. Making and creating all her life in various guises, she has been painting Highland landscapes fulltime since 2010, with a passion. Paintings are mostly in acrylic with some mixed media. Inspiration comes from pattern, texture, dramatic lighting and the local distinctiveness ...

Liz Green

I am inspired by the landscape, its changing seasons and the weather, communities and folklore. My initial drawings are made on location, enjoying the immediacy and unpredictable nature of working in the field. Working with a wide range of materials including print, watercolour and mixed media, I strive to keep ...

Liz Myhill

Ever since my grandmother produced a bucket of clay from the shore of our family croft in North Uist, I have had a love affair with clay. I am self taught with my interest in ceramics and feel my work is constantly evolving in response to the landscape around me ...

Louise Cook

I am originally from Gloucestershire although only there briefly, I grew up in Somerset where I graduated in Fashion & Textiles; I then moved to Manchester where I gained a Postgraduate Degree in Clothing Technology and worked in the fashion industry for a number of years. I moved to Sutherland with ...

Louise Worthy

Maggie Smith Willow Exploration 34
I use a wide range of materials, mainly natural, many of which I grow myself, and an ever-widening range of traditional basketry and craft techniques to create my work. While inspiration comes from both the natural and man-made world it is a compulsion to explore and experiment that truly drives ...

Maggie Smith

I am an Italian and for the last eight years I have been living in Scotland, the land I've chosen for my adventure with clay and as home for my soul. I make wheel-thrown stoneware pots and vessels, decorative and functional, created with an intention to add beauty and harmony ...

Marialaura Romagnoli

MarionBoddy Evans Echoes of an Ancient Woodland
Marion moved to the Isle of Skye in 2008 to set up her studio overlooking the Minch and dedicate more time to painting and making. Marion spent the 1990s in London working as a non-fiction editor and copywriter at the book publishers Batsford and Dorling Kindersley, going to art classes in the ...

Marion Boddy-Evans

Marion Campbell lidded basket with shells
When I was young, I used to watch the travelling people making baskets when my family spent our holidays on the island of Arran off the west coast of Scotland, and I still have the basket I bought with my pocket money in the early 1960s. For decades afterwards I ...

Marion Campbell

Mark Holden morning peace
Mark was born in Glasgow in 1962. He was always interested in photography until in the last 14 years he started to discover a passion for painting. He is based in Inverness and Ceres, Fife.  He paints in Oils and uses both brush and palette knife to create his work ...

Mark Holden

I work as a 2 and 3D artist exploring themes that include, a sense of implied history, memory, belonging, knowledge and the trace of human activity and presence. This latter theme refers to the act of mark making and the process of producing artifacts. The materials and the methods used ...

Mark Lomax

Mary Butcher Sea Bowl
Mary Butcher trained with a traditional basketmaker, Alwyne Hawkins, in Kent. She used willow and rush, our traditional materials, making functional items for local markets. A Research Fellowship at Manchester Metropolitan University alerted Mary to a wealth of new creative possibilities with a wider range of materials and markets. She still ...

Mary Butcher

Mary Macdonald Macleods Tables
It is difficult to describe in words what I want to achieve with painting.  My earliest introduction to abstract art was to take a line (or the pencil) for  walk around the paper.  Many tears later I learned that the quote was from Paul Klee.  Although the artists I have ...

Mary Macdonald

Matt Jenneson was born in Yorkshire but is now based in the Scottish Highlands. Although he has no formal training he likes to experiment in different media (oil, pastel and wood) and styles and is inspired by the landscape around him and the people he meets. When he is not ...

Matt Jenneson

I am a self taught fused glass artist. I was born in Inverness and have always been very creative.  In 2005 I saw my first pieces of glass in a shop in Canada. From then on I was "hooked" and simply had to learn how to fuse glass. I use the material "DICHROIC ...

Mel Barr

An artist’s statement is his work. If written descriptions are also used, far from amplifying that statement they over-simplify and cheapen it. Words are linear and sequential but a picture is not and, consequently, is a far richer, far more complex communication. If what I wanted to show could have ...

Michael Stuart Green

Michelle makes functional slipware pottery. Working in red earthenware clay, she throws the majority of her work and also hand-builds some pieces using slabs of clay. The pots are decorated using traditional slip trailing and sgraffito techniques. After dipping them in creamy white slip (liquid clay), coloured slips, oxides, stains and glazes are ...

Michelle Lowe

I first became interested in ceramics in the mid-1990s. I have been inspired by many different things. During my second pregnancy I became fascinated with the pregnant form, resulting in coil pots with an obvious bump. I also like to hand-build vessels based on microscopic organisms. This stems from my ...

Mina Rusk

As a teacher and maker of ceramics I have explored many aspects of clay. Current work includes outdoor containers for plants and flowers and sculptural forms. Texture and shape are important to me. Texture is often applied using found objects – sea coral, bark, fossils and shells. I live on ...

Moira Ferguson

Moira MacBeath Island Beach, Harris
Moira Savage, working under my Maiden name of MacBeath. Originally I am from Dingwall, where I grew up and went to school.  I trained as a primary teacher and taught in Aberdeen and Edinburgh before returning to the north to settle in Tain. After many years teaching, I decided to ...

Moira MacBeath

Monique Bervoets Basket 16 Shoulderbag2
Originally from Holland, I settled in Sallachy, by Dornie, Kyle of Lochalsh, Scotland in 2002, participating in local basket making classes and planting willow in my garden. After 6 years I had the opportunity to turn this hobby into a small business: selling home made willow baskets in local shops ...

Monique Bervoets

Morag Archer August Moonlight
Morag Archer is a mixed media artist with a studio on the wild north eastern coastline of the beautiful Scottish Isle of Skye. Born and brought up in northern Scotland her work is very much influenced by her love of wild landscapes, seascapes and wild flowers. A graduate of Edinburgh ...

Morag Archer

Morag Stevenson Clachtol Bothy
Aberdeen born Morag Stevenson studied Fine Art at Aberdeen College.  She lists Ken Frewin and Joan Eardley, among others, as her main influences.  Her paintings explore texture, colour and observation capturing atmosphere and emotion in mixed media and oils. She has been represented at Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow Art Fairs ...

Morag Stevenson

Individually hand crafted copper earrings, pendants and bracelets all from recycled copper, heat treated in the forge ensuring each piece has its own unique colouration - no two pieces will ever be the same. All items are finished with a high quality clear lacquer ensuring the colours remain vibrant. Copper ...

Murdoch Kerse

Namdoog Ceramics earring and ring bowl photographed with jewellery by Alistair Body-Evans
All of my original stoneware pottery is handcrafted on my potters wheel and made on the Isle of Skye. Each ceramic piece has its own character, there are variations in the glaze, in shape and size - No two pieces are exactly alike. Each retains the marks of hand tools ...

Namdoog Ceramics

I am an artist living and working in Easter-Ross, Highlands of Scotland. Primarily a painter working in acrylics and mixed media, I increasingly also use collage, textiles, photography, stencilling and other media and techniques in my work. My work involves layering – concealing and revealing, enhancing and building, destroying and selectively supplementing. I adore colour and ...

Nicki MacRae

I was born in the historic market own of Richmond in North Yorkshire and spent my early years travelling the world with my parents and twin sister, living in the Far East, Middle East and Europe. My first visit to The Isle of Skye was in 2004 with my partner ...

Nicky Dagnall

Nikki Monaghan was born in 1971. She gained a BA(Hons) Degree in Printed Textiles at The Scottish College of Textiles in 1994, and an NC in Silversmithing at Falkirk College in 1990.She has worked as an interior stylist throughout the UK, and now concentrates on her paintings and community arts ...

Nikki Monaghan

Norman Fawcett bowl
I served my apprenticeship as a gardener in the north of England and attended The Royal Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh as a student. I worked for Glasgow Parks and Strathclyde Region mainly as a landscape officer and horticulturalist.  In 1979 I started a local nursery in the North of Scotland ...

Norman Fawcett

Pascal Carr Platter
We live and work on our croft on the Isle of Eigg where we design and make bespoke traditional and contemporary baskets, including coffins, using our own willow which is grown organically on our croft. Our work allows us to express our passion and commitment to traditional craftsmanship and the ...

Pascal Carr

Texture has always been a strong element in my work, and I use combinations of slips, pressings, glazes and firing techniques to achieve them. I love knowing what is happening at the molecular level as I pull a pot from the ‘raku’ kiln at 1000°C, submerge it in sawdust, watch ...

Patricia Shone

My name is Paul Boyle, resident in Livingston, retired Principal Teacher of Art & Design, Linlithgow Academy (1991-2010). I have practised photography from age 14 and started processing/printing my own work while studying at Glasgow School of Art (1969-73), introducing photography into my teaching practice in 1975. I have trained ...

Paul Boyle

Paul Howey Red Squirrel in Scots Pine
I am inspired to paint by the wildlife and landscape of Scotland. I have lived in the north-east of Scotland for the past 30 years and the local area, particularly the coastline around Stonehaven, provides much of the subject matter for my paintings. I hope my work captures the essence ...

Paul Howey

Paulina Chrostowska CCTV1 OIL ON CANVAS
I was born and grew up in a small town in Poland.  After graduating from high school I studied design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz where my first encounters with art began. I moved to Scotland in 2006. Painter at heart I decided to study Contemporary Art ...

Paulina Chrostowska

I have always been captivated by the infinite possibilities clay offers and the parallels between what we subject it to and our stewardship of theplanet. Mutual respect between material and maker can result in very beautiful decorative forms, perfectly functioning forms - or indeed both. I am not a purist ...

Pauline Muir

Phil Edwards God Rays Through A Winter Storm
Born Perth, Scotland, 1980 I have an MA (Hons) Fine Art with Distinction in The History of Art, from Edinburgh University and College of Art. I also studied at Florence Academy of Art, to where I was sent for two separate overseas study periods. My University dissertation was on the ...

Philip Edwards

Pip Weaser larch bowl
Pip Weaser studied Fine Art at Reading University.  She made her first basket with Lise Bech and has studied since then with several British and international experts, in order to develop her understanding of the language of basketry. For inspiration and materials, she focuses on her own wild garden, and ...

Pip Weaser

Renate Jephcott Ben Wyvis from Corntown
Renate is a local artist specialising in landscape painting en plein air.  She enjoys most to paint in the depths of winter, capturing the essence of the place at the moment it is observed.  Being a forestry landscape architect by profession it is little wonder her most frequent subjects are ...

Renate Jephcott

I received some woodturning tuition from the late Duggie Hart at the Cider Press Centre, Dartington, Devon, and some of my woodturning was exhibited there. During the 80s my interest developed to incorporate furniture making.  Thanks to Alan Peters, I was very fortunate to be able to spend seven years ...

Richard M Davies

Richard Shock Platter with Circles
"Richard started woodturning as a hobby in 2000 and in 2005 left his job (as a chemical engineer with an international role in a unit managing UK Climate Change prevention programmes) to become a full time turner.  In 2007 he was accepted onto the Register of Professional Turners (under the auspices of ...

Richard Shock

Robin Palmer double skinned slip tea candle holder
I established Robin Palmer Ceramics in September 2012 after moving from Aberdeen to Inverness. My work is inspired by the forms, shapes and colours found in the sea, sand and land of northern Scotland. I have been working with clay since I focused on ceramics during the final year of ...

Robin Palmer

Born 1970 in Wick, Caithness. Robyn studied a Fine Art degree at Edinburgh (1988 -1993) specialising in drawing and painting. After graduating she has continued to exhibit widely, showing work in London, Edinburgh and Glasgow and across Scandinavia. Since returning to live in her native Highlands her work has also ...

Robyn Kennedy

Roger Bell Centipede Jigsaw Vase
I was taught by Brian Starkey at Sutton College of Liberal Arts after my interest in modern sculpture was matched by my brother-in-law studying and working with ceramics. I make sculptural work for a domestic setting. My inspirations are eclectic and include jigsaws, abstract sculpture, landscape and furniture. I work ...

Roger Bell

Roos Eisma Mechanical Jellyfish
I am a Dutch ceramicist based in Dundee. I have always had a keen interest in how things work: the mechanics inside a machine, the bones inside a body, natural structures that reflect geological processes. Initially this led to a career in science and it now informs my ceramics practice. I ...

Roos Eisma

Ruth Salter Hedgerow Basket 1 and 2
My basketmaking life started under the tuition of Sheila Wynter who showed me how to make willow and hedgerow baskets.   To learn more about basketry I took a part time four year City and Guilds course “Creative Basketry” at the City Literary Institute in London which greatly increased my knowledge ...

Ruth Salter

Sally creates gilded treasures on natural timber. A hare hiding in a woodland, a crow waiting on a branch..... Each original piece is hand made by Sally in her studio on the remote Hebridean Isle of Mull. Using 22 carat gold, real silver leaf & rice paper, these are unique works ...

Sally Bruce Richards

Sarah Coonan is an independent ceramic designer and maker, specialising in porcelain jewellery, decorative homeware and commissions including bespoke chess sets. Sarah's style can be best described as narrative with a touch of vintage. Inspired by poetry, each of her pieces tells a story, from her small earrings to large ...

Sarah Coonan

Since moving to Nigg from the Scottish Borders, I've been fascinated by the Cromarty Firth and it's ever changing seascape, especially the way that industry, tourism, wild-life and the busy lives of local people seem to run alongside each other quite happily. My paintings are mostly seascapes and fishing villages ...

Sheenagh Harrison

Shelagh J Ceramics bowl turquoise
White crests of waves constantly crashing onto the shore, with ever-greater determination in the depths of winter; the fisherman's aqua rope blown up onto the beach; the rich colours of pink-purple heathers and wild orchids; the deep blues of the sea. These are the colours in my life on the ...

Shelagh J Ceramics

Sila Collins Walden Red Landscape
I was born in Manchester but as a child spent most of my young years in the north and the south of Ireland where I went to school. I always wanted to be an artist but it wasn't thought of as a suitable career. I worked in a publishing house ...

Sila Collins-Walden

I have been a professionally ceramic artist for over 20 years. I live in Northumberland near the small town of Allendale where I have the freedom to experiment with smoke and fire to create my ceramic sculptures of stylized fossils and prehistoric arrowheads. Made from white stoneware my ceramics are ...

Steph Jamieson

Stephen McLaren interlocking masks
I have worked as an artist in Scotland for 22 years. I graduated from Gray's School of Art in Aberdeen in 1990 and ever since I have sold and exhibited work throughout Scotland. Last year saw me exhibit at the Scottish Academy and the Glasgow Institute. This summer has seen ...

Stephen McLaren

Steve was born in Aberdeen in 1967. He works mostly in clay, producing stoneware sculptures and artifacts from his studio in Sasaig on the Isle of Skye, drawing inspiration from found metal objects on the beach on his front door and from old boats and maritime paraphernalia . Steve studied ...

Steve Hall

Susan Duncan learned her craft in Dundas, Ontario, in a community abounding with potters. By watching and assisting others she gradually developed her own style, never showy but classical, disciplined, delicate. Working in Lochcarron since 1990 she makes high-fired stoneware and porcelain, mostly wheel-thrown and always functional, attractive to touch ...

Susan Duncan

Susie Bishop hat
I have been restoring cane and rush chairs for over 25 years and first became interested when I worked in auction salerooms and saw beautiful old chairs in need of repair and tlc.  When on a rush seating course I saw other participants making rush hats and baskets, had a ...

Susie Bishop

Suzie MacKenzie studied Fine Art printmaking at Loughborough University. She now lives and works in the northern highlands of Scotland where her studio overlooks the Moray Firth. Her work explores human and animal interaction with the landscape and tries to convey some of the sense of mystery and wonder that ...

Suzie MacKenzie

Thomas Keyes Following the Roe
My work is an exploration of my physical and cultural relationship with the land using materials foraged from my surroundings and processes historically grounded in the space I inhabit. The birch tree provides sap in spring, leaves to midsummer with wood, bark and tar throughout the year as well as ...

Thomas Keyes

Tim Palmer bornholm fishing basket
I have been making baskets for over 20 years as a result of saying ‘I am sure I can make that.’ Out of that has grown an appreciation of the highly evolved nature of basket forms and techniques, and of the skills of those that made them. The knowledge and ...

Tim Palmer

Always interested in the Arts, Val took up pottery at evening class, continuing later to teach it. She then worked in the pottery in her home village of Culross, Fife, making thrown stoneware in her preferred simple modern shapes and colours. Val also enjoys making larger, handbuilt work,often incorporating agateware ...

Val Burns

I work from a small creative studio, ‘ClaySongs Ceramics’, situated in a vibrant eco community on the Moray coast. I create highly refined hand coiled pots, animal forms, goddesses, and green men, blending with drift wood and rocks. I make forms with simple flowing lines, capturing essence more than detail ...

Vera Bohlen

Veronica Newman worked as a potter in Scotland for twenty years before moving to Gascony in South - West France in 2008, where she has set up a new pottery studio. Veronica makes handthrown translucent porcelain bowls and vases, trying always to throw the clay as thinly as possible in ...

Veronica Newman

The Inspiration for my work, comes from a long standing fascination with Animals, Archeology, History, Anthropology, Ancient Art, how do people relate to animals and the world about them the ebb and flow of the seasons, how people have always used certain symbols to express feelings, basic creative energy, symbolism ...

Vicky Stonebridge

Formally trained as an Heraldic Artist, Vienna Forrester has been developing her digital fractal art techniques since 2004. She has had four solo exhibitions in Greece and the UK and several group exhibitions. Inspired by patterns in the natural world; wild, unspoilt places are a main feature of her work. "All ...

Vienna Forrester

Wendy Jamieson collection
Working with willow appeals to the senses: it looks good, smells good and most of the time it feels good.  Using other natural materials in combination with willow feeds creativity and extends the possibilities, whether or not they are the ones you intended. The Owl and the Pussycat boat started ...

Wendy Jamieson

In 1971, after graduating from The Glasgow School of Art with a commended post graduate diploma in fine art, Whitelaw Wilson took up a lecturing post in Adult Education teaching drawing, painting and art history. Over the years, his work and the pastoral duties he undertook to help students achieve ...

Whitelaw Wilson

My recent work is concerned with structures of lines and geometric forms. Part of space occupied by the object obstracting from location and orientation in space, size, material composition, content and colour. Geometric shapes are found practically everywhere, although they often go unnoticed. I recreate and interpret urban and rural ...

Yelena Visemirska