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Blessed Unrest
Edinburgh
Blessed Unrest’s range of hand printed textiles for interior and fashion products make an immediate impact. The complex and skilled layering of imagery and cI explore hand drawn and photographic motifs, shapes, textures, silhouettes, and marks from the natural and urban environment around me. I record detail, gestural and expressive observations, often repeating the same motif with different tools, materials and cut paper. I expose my imagery onto screen and often combine hand cut stencils and mono print and metallic foil for definition/painterly qualities. Working intuitively with my imagery; layering, covering up and revealing are the core element in my practice. My recent 'Flourish Collection' of hand printed textiles is inspired by many walks in nature capturing the delicate and bold details, silhouettes and shadows of plants, flowers + trees, through photography, drawing and cyanotype. Translated through screen printing to a range of home products using my bold, layering placement print process. I'll be showing a range of wash bags/clutches/purses, cushions & wall hangings, soft storage pots lampshades and small brooch badges, alondside a new range of T-towels and Aprons for 2022.
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Jenni Douglas Design Studio
Pathhead
Hi, Im Jenni and I create a wide range of modern, distinctive home gifts and accessories from my design studio and workshop in rural Midlothian. I love printmaking and illustration and my designs start out as hand pressed linocuts and drawings which I turn into prints, patterns and products. My products are made using as many locally sourced, sustainable and recyclable materials as possible, and she works mainly with local suppliers and manufacturers.
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Jenny Martin
Portobello, Edinburgh
Jenny Martin is an artist who makes screen prints and lino cut prints. Using vibrant colour and pattern, Jenny is inspired by the places and things that surround her; from her house, cat, and collection of patterned ceramics to the coastal landscape close to where she lives. Her prints are richly layered and combine her love of drawing and colour. For Glow, she will be showing a selection of small framed works and unframed pieces in browsers.
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Morag Macpherson Textiles
Kirkcudbrightshire
I patchwork stories into fabric creations. I use a hybrid of my own original, digitally printed designs onto natural fabrics; I hand dye and eco-print my own natural fabrics; i reuse quality natural fabrics such as cashmere, wool, tweed, silk, linen and cotton (some of which are manufactured locally). These patchworks become finished works of art to wear (such as kimono-style coats, wraparound skirts, apron dresses, jumpsuits and balloon pants). These garments are simple shapes, reversible and one size. I also have a limited edition collection of fashion and interior accessories. Commissions are welcome ;-)
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Babs Pease
Perthshire
As an artist/printmaker based in Perthshire, it is the beautiful flora and fauna of the surrounding countryside that are the main inspirations for my work. I use a variety of printmaking techniques but mainly the relief print method, hand carving and hand printing linoleum to create delicate single or multi-coloured limited edition prints. Along with my linocut prints there will also be a selection of greeting cards and gifts all based on my original designs and artwork.
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Marianne Hazlewood
Carlops, Penicuk
Marianne Hazlewood is an RHS Gold award-winning botanical artist, represented by the Open Eye Gallery in Edinburgh. She loves colour, detail, pattern and structure, and likes to work with unusual plants. She creates original botanical watercolour paintings and pen & ink drawings and then creates limited (& non ltd) Giclee prints of these in a range of sizes from small to large. She has a range of associated greetings cards and also creates screen-prints in small limited runs. Marianne aims to “Green the Grey” and highlight the beauty and fascinating structures found in the plant world.
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Clarabunda
Edinburgh
Clarabunda is an illustration artist of places creating art work to spark conversation and connect people to familiar places in Scotland, primarily Edinburgh where she grew up. Her prints and products are designed thoughtfully using a unique colour palette to share the city and country under a different light. 90% of Clarabunda's products are made from organic, recycled materials and support slow and sustainable fashion giving a little back to the planet. You can find her work across coasters, tea towels, cushion covers and other products too, for both locals and visitors from afar.
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Tessuti Scotland
Edinburgh
Hand dyed and hand screen printed fabrics using the 'discharge' technique which are made up into a range of different styles of scarves for women and men. Working only with natural fabrics such as silk and wool. Prints and colours are inspired by mid-century design.
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Clarabella Christie
Dunfermline
Clarabella Christie is a Fife based awarded design studio specialising in luxury colourful design-led homewares and accessories. Established in 2007 the brand is an ever growing collection of playful printed pieces which draws inspiration from the studio’s surrounding architecture. In the summer of 2021 Claire launched her first ever clothing line Claire launched her first ever clothing line, this handmade small collection of Made-to-Order garments focus’s on craftmanship, sustainability and simple versatile silhouettes.
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Morag Macpherson
Kirkcudbright, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
Originally from Glasgow and now residing in Kirkcudbright,South-west Scotland, Ive been creating surface patterns andpatchworking unique and limited edition fabrics as a Textile Artist/Designer for 13 years. My previous life as a Graphic Designer was interesting.However I enjoy the variety my process of working gives me:my own photography researching concepts; simple linedrawing; digital design; colouring and repeating patterns;abstract painting techniques and mark-making; patchworking. Inspiration comes form art history, diverse cultures and nature.My own travels are an integral part of the stories i patchwork.Colour is at the forefront of everything I do - I embrace itfearlessly to create my bold, bright fabrics.
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