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Ceri White

Juicily glazed earthenware houseplant vessels Ceri is an art school trained and experienced ceramic artist, living and working in Dunning in rural Perthshire. Now specialising in beautifully patterned and juicily glazed earthenware houseplant vessels, this is a relatively recent change … Continue reading

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Interview with The Artists: Gillian Hunt

1)  Who are you and what do you do? . I am a Photographic Artist i.e. I don’t do weddings, corporate etc rather I take artistic images of flora. To support the starving artist side of me I work alongside … Continue reading

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Caron Ironside

‘Retro’ in a fresh and contemporary style As a designer I’m inspired by anything and everything that catches my eye, my brain works in ‘pattern mode’ and designs are developing all the time from both what I see visually and … Continue reading

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Pauline Muir

Decorative and Functional Forms I have always been captivated by the infinite possibilities clay offers and the parallels between what we subject it to and our stewardship of the planet. Mutual respect between material and maker can result in very … Continue reading

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Kirsty Dalton

Sculptural Pieces in Wood Kirsty is a visual artist currently based in Scotland, that works in a range of methods and processes, currently focusing on combining traditional methods of wood-working with a contemporary process of pyrography. For her, making her work interactive … Continue reading

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