Back From The Edge by Paul MacPhail | Gift Mugs

Creativeness on Portobello beach, Edinburgh. The work of photo-sculpture-artist Paul MacPhail.

See Scottish life – with a very different perspective. Paul’s images take you to futuristic landscapes, they make you look at the familiar from a different point of view, but most of all, his images captivate and draw you into the scene.

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Tidal Stripes to Rorys Tiger and more

ingridNilssonMugs

I am delighted to share these with you today, and I hope you like them too. Wonderful gift mugs from artist Ingrid Nilsson.

Ingrid is based in Edinburgh, she grew up in London, but her childhood travels to Scotland paved the way for her move there in the mid nineties.

She has been exhibiting locally, and in England for the last 15 years.

In 2011 Ingrid and partner Stuart opened Gallery-Cafe ‘Bon Papillon’ in the heart of Edinburgh’s ‘art quarter’. From here Ingrid paints and Stuart runs his framing workshop.

I can highly recommend the coffee and scones !

*Quote from Ingrid’s webpage biography.

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Belties and Colourful Vases

Fiona Millar lives and works in the Scottish borders and is based at the WASPS Studios in Selkirk. Her instantly recognisable work, that often features flowers and Belties, is highly stylised and has an 1930’s Art Deco feel.

Buddleia Ceramic Gift Mug by Fiona Millar

She is a self-taught artist, and originates from a family familiar with art, as her father was an art dealer, and her sisters studied at Art College. Her family, aware of Fiona’s natural talent, encouraged her to develop her own style both in content and application. Fiona produces much sought after work. Her landscapes are influenced by the rolling countryside and hills of Galloway, and often feature her beloved Belties, her Still Lifes composed with colourful vases and flowers.

 

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Spirited Shape and Form

Diana Hand has always loved horses – as a horse owner and rider, Diana finds drawing horses a very natural form of expression and enjoys sharing the movement, spirit, study and form of these beautiful creatures in her work. She was brought up in London and trained at the Ruskin School of Drawing in Oxford and later at Glasgow School of Art, graduating in 2001 with an Honours Degree in Painting.

Her work includes textiles, printmaking, sculpture and more recently her first love – drawing on paper – particularly horses.

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