Once again I am excited to invite you to discover my stained glass workshop in its prime location just off the High Street. I will have several projects on the go at Biggar Glass Works both in foil and leadwork but this year, for the first time I will be able to showcase traditionally glass painted items. This will give you an insight into different techniques and practices used. Along with the beautiful and colourful glass, you will be able to see the other materials, tools and chemicals I work with. There will also be items available for purchase on the day. I look forward to welcoming you into my fascinating world of working with glass...
Come and experience a fantastic mixture of art from Christine's deep etched glass and optical crystal and carved ceramics includes, glass vases, optical Cubes, glass paperweights, ceramic bowls and mugs TO Veronica's paintings filled with inspiring landscapes, people and wildlife in oils and pastels, prints and cards and also her unique painted jute bags.This is a chance to see and feel an array of textures with materials that play with the light and your eye. Our work is influenced by our micro & macro surroundings from a leaf outside our door to events across the globe.Veronica graduated from Edinburgh University with a degree in languages and Fine Art. She is a member of SOFA (Society of Feline Artists). ..
You are very welcome to visit my studio in Elsrickle and see how my sculptures are formed.Inspiration for my work is drawn from the immediate landscape and its changing forms. I build abstract representations of plants at transition points in their life cycle and also of the landscape as it adapts to change from natural forces.After initial drawings I work directly with the material. There is an unpredictability in the process which makes it particularly exciting. At the moment I am working on sculpture which combines welded metal and ceramics to create complementary techniques in my work...
Elspeth's choice of subject matter depends on time and place, light and form, so includes work from different genres. Similarly the subject and mood dictate the media such as paint, pastels, charcoal, collage and mixed media. Elspeth works from observation and sketches and this development can be seen in sketch books on display. Paintings and drawings, large and small, framed and unframed are for sale as well as printed cards. ..
Once again Moira and Carlo are opening their studio in Roberton. They would love you to join them, and over a cup of coffee, chat to them about their work. On display will be Moira’s latest ‘one off’ silver jewellery, drawing from her observations of nature and the environment, introducing colour in some pieces with semi-precious stones and beads together with Carlo’s latest drawings and paintings, both abstract and figurative in a range of media. ..
Open Studio and exhibition of recent works including landscape, still life and portraits. The majority of the work is executed in acrylic and some in mixed media. My main area of interest is landscape which is inspired by the countryside of South Lanarkshire and my frequent visits to rural France. Works both framed and unframed will be on display as will works in progress...
My artworks are inspired by the views and nature of everyday life. Very influenced by the en plein air experience. Nothing beats painting outdoors in the elements. Currently living in the Scottish Borders; previously lived in the Western Isles and in Greece, which has given me a rich depth of visual templates. I work in various mediums including oils, acrylics, watercolour and pastel. My studio is situated in part of Hillhouse Art Gallery; which is a converted Church, in the beautiful village of Broughton...
visit Patricia in her home studio to see how she uses free motion machine
embroidery to ‘draw’ her pictures. Patricia’s
love of architecture features strongly in her pieces which combine fabrics with
handmade felt and lovingly stitched detail - she captures people’s forever
homes, wedding venues, or special places, in bespoke artwork. She also
celebrates people’s lives in unique compilation pictures for special
anniversaries, birthdays, or other events.A sewing
machine will be set up for demonstration and her 2 boys might even do a bit of
felting. There will be
amazing cup cakes from Wendy’s Cake Station. 07818055068www.patriciawesttextileartist.co.uk..
Viv welcomes you to visit her studio, see the potters wheel, the kiln and the process from clay to fired pot.I produce a selection of original thrown and hand built items including bowls, candle holders, vases and other unique pieces.The studio will also be open to “paint your own pottery” for all ages and abilities. There will be a large selection of pottery blanks to chose from, including ornaments,decorations, mugs, plates and bowls, etc. Prices range from £5 - £15 and includes glazes and firing...
The Open Studio Trail provides a great opportunity to see bespoke footstools and ceramics inspired by the stunning local area. Work will be on display and available to purchase or to commission. 01899221093. Chyvean51@googlemail.com ..
BECKSY would LOVE you to join her in her studio to meddle, debate, drink and mooch through her paintings, prints and new BECKSY homeware products. BECKSY runs her successful art business from her studio in the Scottish Borders, with Ralph, her German Wirehaired Pointer, who assists in running the business as best as he can. BECKSY takes inspiration from wildlife, gin and her imagination, which has been tremendously busy since she was a child...
A warm welcome awaits you in my new studio & gallery in Douglas, situated beside the Scribtree Coffee Shop. I have lots of new paintings based on Scottish Landscape,seascape & the seasons. I also have Giclee prints,drawings and assemblages made from beach-combing on Argyll’s secret coast.I now have a beautiful collection of Meryl Lusher’s jewellery & ceramics for sale and my husband David’s, Artist’sbargain frames and framing service available fromCaledonia Fine Arts. As well as the special BLF open studio event, I am open throughout the year, Monday to Friday10am to 5pm...
Drakelaw Pottery welcomes visitors to it’s pop-up showroom on the outskirts of Crawfordjohn. Within you will find a range of decorative and functional stoneware that is oven, microwave and dishwasher proof and good enough to use every day. Each unique piece is hand thrown and decorated with impressed motifs which are then coloured with slip to enhance the patterns. The range of pots include many sizes of bowls, mugs, serving dishes and more. Come and enjoy a hot drink and home baking whilst watching a film of Liz making her pots. Tel: 07904 438696..
A chance to visit us and see, at one venue, 2 very different artists in their studios! We both work in mixed media and will enjoy showing you our new work and talking to youabout it. Sketchbooks will also be available to peruse -often a good insight as to what goes on in an artist’s head!There will be an opportunity to make a small memento to take away. As always, the now vegan-friendly, gluten-free chocolate fudge will be available. We look forward towelcoming you. You can see our work at www.inadifferentlight.co.uk ..
Date: Friday 26th, Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th October
Mansefield Arts & Crafts welcomes visitors, past present and new, to their home studio where you can see original art works and prints and a variety of crafts. Original art work, prints and all crafts are for sale. ..
Aspects of nature inspire Susheila’s work. Her sculptures, carved from wood and stone, are organic in character, sensuous and powerful - like nature itself. Visitors will be able to see new work being created for a solo show in 2019. Susheila has been selected for 10 international symposia (including Poland, Germany and Kazakhstan) in recent years, and images of the work created during these events will be on display as well as mosaics, collagraphs and examples of public art and school projects.Also on show will be work created by talented participants of Wednesday workshops. Teas, coffees and delicious home baking available...
Trudi is inspired by the natural world, the light falling on the land, the hills, the trees, plants and the many forms which water takes. Watercolour is an ideal medium for painting outside. It is easily transported and relatively quick to use and many of Trudi’s paintings have been painted in watercolour, ‘en pleine air’. Larger studio paintings are acrylic or oils.Trudi invites you to visit her art studio, to see finished works and chat about art and the creative process.Paintings, giclée prints and cards will be on sale.You are welcome to have a cup of tea or coffee and cake.Tel : 07810650562www.trudibreen.co.uk..