Lesley D McKenzie

Lesley initially trained as a graphic artist before starting up her own business in 1996, fusing her love of animals and nature with her broad ranging artist talents she is now well known for her wonderful vivid landscapes, animal portraits and her beautiful raku animal sculptures.

Basia Roszak

Basia Roszak left her roots in Poland and emigrated to Canada, then moved to UK. She has been residing in Glasgow, Scotland, since 1998. She attempts to bring this multicultural experience to life in her work. Basia is a full-time artist, working in both traditional media (oils, watercolors/ink) and new media (computer animation, computer graphic design). Academically, she has HND …

Gundra Nock

“My work is predominantly wheel thrown and functional. I have taken a lot of inspiration from my paintings and most of my casserole dishes have abstract slip painting as decoration. I make all my own glazes for my ceramics. I still paint and make hand built sculptural work these are alternatively fired by smoke, Raku and obvara”.

Ellacey Design

Lois Carson is an Aberdeenshire ceramics and resin jewellery maker going by the name of Ellacey Design. Lois is a graduate of Grays School of Art with a BA hons and Masters degree and works from her Aberdeenshire studio near Insch.

Rita Callander

In her garden shed in Finzean, Deeside, Rita hand throws functional stoneware bowls  and uses layered glazes to give contrast and colour to  the clay bodies.

Ceri White

From a small workshop in rural Perthshire, Ceri White produces a confectionery of richly patterned, contemporary ceramics for the home. Ceri specialises in hand-thrown planters, along-side which she has developed a range of similarly-styled spice pots, spoons and most recently, quirky bottle vases and ring cones. Every piece is unique and made using traditional pottery techniques, from the ball of …

Fiona Leask

Fiona Leask is a ceramic artist from Insch, Aberdeenshire and predominantly works in raku with mark making.

Beth Bidwell

Beth studied at the Edinburgh College of Art and now lives on the Isle of Skye. Most of the pieces ranging from small hand thrown bowls, chunky hand built jugs and large sculptural pieces are stoneware with a variety of experimental glazes with volcanic, matt and shiny effects.

Amy Buttress

Amy is a Highland based potter and part of the Carrbridge Studios. The hand built pots include crushed glass to create a very special effect.

Mags Gray

In a little studio near the harbour in Aberdeen Mags hand builds her pots, each year taking her inspiration from new sources. These have included sea pods, little shallow pond-like bowls and Lowry’s stooping matchstick figures. Aberdeen city’s beautiful granite building are the theme for 2016. Mags also creates social and political statements pieces which reflect the narrative while retaining …