I’m adding a new shop page to my website. Some experimenting is involved, so bear with me if my website doesn’t quite look like it normally does… For a little while.
Comprehensive write-up on the new online platform showing the work, practice and creative personality of nine Perthshire artisans. I’m one of them. The platform comes with an online shop!
Slowly we are re-emerging from our homes and I feel it is safe to re-open my studio and welcome visitors – with face cover and washed hands! For the time being we’ll be open Wednesday 2-4pm. Some of my slow fashion garments are also for sale in my online shop on the Perthshire Artisans website. Browse the other artisans’ shops too!
Perthshire Artisans is a new curated platform for the unique work of a group of creatives living within this inspiring region of Scotland. I am one of them. You are invited to watch videos of the artists and makers in their studios and browse their collections of work for sale in the shop. Every purchase that you make through Perthshire Artisans supports the artisan community and the rural economy. Take a look around our shop!
From my studio: latest linen jacket in charcoal grey, with screenprinted facing and collage-appliqué on the back, all made from recycled fabric. I machine-embroidered the face, a self portrait obviously, in a workshop led by the inspiring artist Claire Heminsley of Incahoots. My linen jackets are size 14/16 with one-of-a-kind decorations and made to order. The impressive clay button was made by a fellow artist.