Alison Bell

Alison Bell:
Textile Artist

My textile craft practice revolves round reflection, experimentation and creative play; central to this is the environment where I work on a small Scottish island. Here the weather is elemental in its effects on the shoreline where wind and water constantly alters its appearance.

The methods I use to explore these changes in surface qualities are based on traditional textile techniques such as painting, printing, stitch and collage on fabric. However the combination of these with digital technology is allowing me to develop ideas more quickly and in greater depth than before.

The new work is created by a combination of drawing, painting, digital photography, scanning, image manipulation, wide format digital printing with fibre reactive dyes and more traditional textile techniques such as overprinting with pigments and stitching. The fact that the images may be printed almost any size and onto almost any substrate, is very attractive to an artist.


Laura Murray

Laura Murray:
Jewellery & Textiles

Laura studied Jewellery, Silversmithing and Textiles at Glasgow School of Art. After completing her Masters of Design, Laura set up her workshop at WASP Studios in 2000. Laura is a Scottish designer who creates the most exquisite Contemporary evening purses, sporrans and accessories in feathers, ribbons and rope!

“My work lies somewhere between textiles and jewellery. Inspiration can come from birds; their elegant shape of the movement of a beak has influenced the way some of my bags open.”

She has exhibited widely including the Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh; New York International Gift Fair; Designers Block, Milan and at the Lighthouse in Glasgow.

Brian Young

Brian Young:
Yungi Textiles

Based in Drybridge, Brian Young established his label in September 2003 as a print, knit and constructed textile studio. Brian graduated first from Glasgow School of Art, then from the Royal College of Art, London. The aim of Yungi Contemporary Textiles is to produce a versatile portfolio of innovative modern products and concepts suitable for fashion or interiors.

The Yungi Scarf collection is made from 100% pure luxury lambs wool. Suitable for menswear and womanswear the collection includes the bold, uncomplicated style that defines Yungi Contemporary Textiles.

Also showing: Regular featured artists Suilven Plazalska, Jewellery; Amanda J. Simmons, Fused & Architectural Glass and Michael Durning, Drawing & Painting; Brad Askew, Fused Glass; Hilary & Richard Bravo, Jewellery; Laura Clark, Fused Glass; Lianne Paterson, Ceramics; Michael Peckitt, Jewellery, Islay Spalding, Jewellery, and Maggie M. Broadley, Ceramics.

 

 
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