Summer Artfest ’16 – Saturday 18th June – Inverkeithing Civic Centre
“I have a passion for ceramics and creating fun, individual pieces which are made at my home in Inverkeithing. My inspiration comes from Japanese ceramics and wood prints which have influenced my drawing style.
Sarah’s range includes jewellery, beautiful porcelain eggs and super cute ceramic wellies. She has also have recently started making cushions and scarves.
Karen Trotter will be at the Artfest ’16 Summer Art & Craft Market on Saturday 18th June, 11am-4.30pm at the Inverkeithing Civic Centre, Queen Street.
The fourth maker on our list of Bloomin’ Marvellous creative folk we’ll be welcoming to the ‘Spring Into Summer’ Art & Craft Fair on Saturday 2nd May in Inverkeithing is Earthen Images. Check out their website for images of their fun and delightful pottery animals, including dogs, highland cattle, pigs and sheep, and their most famous creation – the adorable ‘Methil Moggies’, as well as house signs and scenic plaques. Items are hand-crafted from stoneware clay and fired to high temperatures. This vitrifies the clay, making it frost proof and so suitable for indoor or outdoor use.
Wee Neuk Ceramics makes decorative wall-hanging plaques, wall-hanging pots, cheese and butter bells and decorative bowls. All pieces are made of weather and frost proof stoneware clay and then glazed and fired.
Items like these charming examples will be for sale at our Handmade Holiday Arts & Crafts Market on Saturday 13th December 2014 at Inverkeithing Civic Centre 10am-5pm
Susan McGill is a successful Scottish Ceramic artist who creates distinctive black and white pieces and includes words on them from well known Scottish song, poetry and sayings. At the Inverkeithing Arts Initiative Art & Craft Market on Saturday 13th December she will mostly be displaying and selling her product range which takes her unique look and transfers them onto beautiful gifts and homewards.
This range includes: trays, silk scarves, cards, prints & tea towels.
See more images of Susan’s work on her website
Martine is a versatile creative artist. She blends her skills that she has acquired throughout the years and now creates many different creatures both on paper and from stoneware clay. Her hand built elephants each have their own unique character and vary in size, shape and appearance. When painting cows, chickens and other animals she uses watercolour and ink. Special little paintings get made into notebooks. Her work makes for great original gifts.
Who wouldn’t love these beautiful ceramic elephants?