The Craft Town Scotland project also acts as a showcase for designer-makers throughout Scotland. The associate maker section highlights the work of designer-makers who do not operated directly from Craft Town Scotland studios.
Maggie M. Broadley
Maggie combines working from her studio in Lugar, East Ayrshire with her full-time role as Craft Development Manager. In 1994, as a second year ceramics undergraduate at the Glasgow School of Art, a group project exploring the notion of â€˜hearth and homeâ€™ began my creative preoccupation with crofting.
Happyhills 121-125 Main Street,
Virgil has 20 years experience as a basket maker. Having trained and worked in both Europe and in the UK, he combines the different styles to produce baskets which are unique in character. The highest standards of craftsmanship and the best quality English willow are used to create exceptional willow baskets.
Lorna Reid: Chookiebirdie
Meikle Underhill Cottage, West Kilbride firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.facebook.com/pages/Chookiebirdie/302413493155626 +44 (0)777 909 8582 At Chookiebirdie you can always be sure that your purchase is unique and will provide pleasure for years to come. Chookiebirdie is a small craft business owned and run by me, Lorna Reid and based on the west coast of Scotland in the […]
Out of Hand, Sandy and Lizz Cambell
Sandy Cambell is a completely self taught Woodcarver and Sculptor.Â He stumbled upon his talent whilst dabbling in a pottery class and discovered he had a skill for fashioning life like figures from the clay. Over the years his ability has evolved and diversified, finally settling on his love for wood. He creates unique, imaginative […]