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Immerse your hands in wonderful natural clay, modelling by hand or throwing your own pots on a wheel.
Bring textiles to life in this very unusual Gallery, where you can dye your own yarn for spinning and felting, learn exciting knitting techniques and hand make your own Buttons and Beads.
Become a free spirit with your paintbrush to create beautiful Scottish scenes or wildlife that you can see from your studio windows.
Explore all kinds of paints, textiles, photographs, papers and wire to create a unique mixed media collage. Bring your old textiles or jewellery pieces to re-
If you fancy a lovely morning or afternoon painting your own ceramic ware or clay modelling, do take a trip to the busy little town of Buckie to the Buckie Pottery Company.
Learn how to make beautiful fused glass pieces with Anne Bridgen who is an artist with her studio at Kingussie in the Highlands.
Talented Dressmaker Nina Roberts opened her studio in May 2013 offering a range of day, evening and weekend courses, along with drop-
Learn silversmithing techniques under the expert guidance of Helen Teasdale. You can design your own unique piece of jewellery. For couples you can design your own wedding rings!
This exciting studio offers a range of exciting workshops in printmaking – evening, day and weekend workshops. Upon successful completion, you can then continue to create your own work in the open access workshop!
Steve and Jude Simms (aka Mr & Mrs Hellygog) create their own designs in textiles and paintings in their quirky working studio and shop. The Hellygog shop sells an eclectic mix of artwork and creative pieces from over 100 local artists and artisans.