10kH (Silvia Perez & Rose Black ) is a small upholstery business that customises pieces in need of (re)upholstery using unique and beautiful textiles.
3D/2D has more than twenty years experience of organising quality selling events, large and small. We can vouch for the enduring popularity of events that unite makers, artists and designers with the buying public.
The 3D/2D ethos is simple: to provide the buying public with direct access to exhibitors who are selling only their own work.
56° Collective is a group of artists and designers based in Angus, Scotland. We came together through a shared love of making, creating and a desire to generate opportunities to engage with folk who like the kind of stuff we make. We do this by organising pop-up galleries, running workshops and initiating activities to engage with the wider community.
Our activities are inclusive and we positively encourage other makers to get in touch about getting involved in future events – we want to create opportunities for artists to come together, to work together, to learn together and to sell together.
A.J.Forbes small object furniture is a one person workshop in Edinburgh designing and producing small one off pieces of furniture, mirrors and shaped timber frames using Scottish hardwoods.
Aaron Sterritt lives and works in Aviemore, within the Cairngorms National Park. He produces furniture and sculpture for local galleries and welcomes commission based work of any size.
A local environmental charity with a range of local arts and crafts courses and classes, all of which are held in our friendly and welcoming city centre location.
Adam Henderson creates intricate yet bold precious metal jewellery inspired by transactions in the modern world.
Engineering in Wood produce quality hardwood furniture, traditional wooden toys, wood-turned items such as bowls, lamps, carved bowls and sculptures to a high standard.
Adrian McCurdy makes furniture from wood local to the Scottish Borders. Individual designs are created with wide experience using the qualities of carefully selected oak. Designs on seating, tables, boxes and chests combine a sculptural background with structural knowledge.
Agne Visniauskiate Jewellery creates works using reclaimed leather, wood and precious metals such as silver. The inspiration is drawn from rugged Scottish nature and the organic qualities of the materials themselves.