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artbeat F O R T H

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8-16 June 2019

Central Scotland’s Open Studios & Art Event www.forthvalleyartbeat.com

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8-16 June 2019 Come and celebrate the 10th year of Forth Valley Art Beat

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Artists across Central Scotland participate in open studios, installations, exhibitions, popup shows... and more

Welcome Additional Events Artist Index How to Use App Area Map Blue route Pink route Green route Yellow route Directory Adverts

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Lys Hansen, Honorary Chair FVAB WELCOME visitors, dear friends and artists Once more into the fray, dear artists and makers. Thank you so much for being creators and taking the time to open your studios and share your talents, ideas and time. This is a community occasion and well worth the effort. The year passes so quickly and after what seemed a long winter, we greeted Spring with joy and excitement. New energy arises along with flowers, budding trees and blossom. All nature is on our side now, this summer! I personally get great joy preparing for this event, knowing that happy visitors will call at my studio. Looking through this brochure, I can see a splendid array of demonstrations and events in the many crafts and techniques of making. This is very special to witness. Happy hands making means happy hearts and a wonderful feeling of satisfaction and the adventure of trying!

Avril Nicol, Project Co-ordinator FVAB It is an incredible honour to have been involved in Forth Valley Art Beat since its inception in 2010. I would like to congratulate Ann Shaw for being the driving force in getting the event off the ground and creating a wonderful annual opportunity for artists throughout the community to connect with each other and the wider public. Over the past ten years approximately 300 artists have participated in the event and we have been fortunate to have collaborated with many art organisations across Forth Valley. The event is dependent on your participation so thank you to all who have taken part over the last ten years. We are looking forward to this year’s programme and as always thinking ahead to future years. With this in mind we would love to hear your feedback and ideas about how to take the event onward to the next ten years!

Please enjoy it all, visitors and artists alike, and do bring your family and friends along too. Best wishes to all. Lys Hansen.

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Additional Events Workshops Talks Demonstrations Events

We hope you will take time to explore the routes, meet the artists, learn about their practice and engage with the various demonstrations, workshops & additional events being held throughout the course of the nine day event.

Mosaic & Felting Workshops with Rachel Davies & Gwen Dean Throughout FVAB Venue 3 | Blue Route We will be running various workshops again this year so come and have a go at making a mosaic, felting or both! No experience is necessary. These sessions were very popular last year. Space is limited so advance booking is recommended to avoid disappointment. The following workshops will be available. Cost covers both materials and instruction. Mosaic pendant (1 hour) £10 Make your own unique piece of wearable art. Wide selection of glass, beads and bits of slate to choose from. Slate mosaic workshop (2 hours) £20 Learn how to use slate and glass together to create your own mini artwork. Make a mosaic pot stand (1 hour) £7.50 (ideal for children) Choose from a range of glass tiles to create a square pot stand. No cutting necessary but tools are available should you wish to cut the tiles.

Felted painting workshop (2 hours) £20 Create your own felted painting using both needle felting and wet felting techniques. Felted soap workshop (1 hour) £7.50 Make your own felted soap using a wet felting technique. To arrange a mosaic workshop contact Rachel on 07475 880664. To arrange a felting workshop contact Gwen on 07758 230384. 2


“TEN” Creative Network Event with G.O.S.S.I.P. Collective

Come and try a mini paint & sip with Fiona van Baardwijk Throughout FVAB Venue 9 | Blue route

Painting your own wee heilan coo or birthday flower! Take away a completed A4 canvas and have a little Prosecco or cuppa on the side, with full instruction provided.

Saturday 8th June, 7-9pm Venue 24 | Pink route Contemporary Art | Pop-up exhibition | Music | Spoken Word | Film | Refreshments ‘TEN’ is this years special celebratory event, definitely not to be missed! A chance to party and to meet up with other creatives; socialise, connect, make friends, build contacts, share information, be inspired, discover new possibilities for your practise... or simply enjoy the wonderful entertainment!

Spaces will be limited so feel free to book ahead on 07896 362902 or on blaeberr y r ive ra r t@outl ook. com There will be a charge of £10 including all materials and refreshment.

If you would like to be involved in presenting or exhibiting at this event please send us an email with subject heading ‘TEN’ https://gossipcollective@gmail.com Free (Ticketed) event. All welcome!

Printmaking, Nuno Felting & Jewellery Demonstrations Venue 34 | Pink route

Talks & Demonstrations in Mosaic Making, Glass Cutting & Canal Art with JudyJamJar Throughout FVAB Venue 39 | Pink route

For three days the group will be having demonstrations/ workshops/have a go events in the garden gazebo at 11am and 2.30pm. On Monday Ros will be demonstrating simple printmaking techniques and inviting visitors to have a go. On Tuesday, Mike will do a demonstration in the morning and run a workshop in the afternoon, inviting participants, for a modest charge to make a silver ring or copper earrings. Tricia will be demonstrating Nuno Felting. Unfortunately, for practical reasons it will not be possible for visitors to participate in this activity.

During open studios the artists will be available to talk about their work and there will be ongoing demonstrations of mosaic making and/or glass cutting and/or canal art daily. This is a working mosaic studio for JudyJamJar who runs regular one day ‘Introduction to Mosaics’ workshops, please see Facebook for details.

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Machine Embroidery & Sewing Mini Workshops with Karen Ellis Sowerby

Weaving with natural materials Talks, Workshops, Yurts, and award winning cuisine... at West Moss-side

10am to 11.30am during FVAB Venue 13 | Blue route

Through FVAB | Various dates Venue 35 | Pink route

Karen will be holding morning mini workshops throughout her open studios. 10am-11.30am. You will have an opportunity to create an image using free motion machine embroidery and sew onto naturally dyed fabric.

Each day, two or three of the artists will be available to talk about their work and there will be a demonstration of weaving with natural materials.

For information and to book, Email: kellissowerby@gmail.com Tel: 07508 810821

West Moss-side is also the home of Trossachs Yurts which are located on a walkway and amongst woodland close by. You are welcome to take a wander. The organic farm has rare breed Shetland cattle and there will be calves to admire. Bring suitable footwear to fully enjoy your visit. A warm welcome awaits with light refreshments and home baking. Why not make one of the yurts your base and spend the week touring Forth Valley Art Beat studios.

Live Music at Denada Weekends during FVAB Venue 2 | Blue route

Award winning chef Andrew Barrowcliffe of A Moveable Feast will be serving lunches at the weekends. Very local, very delicious.

On weekends we will perform a few songs whilst visitors view our artworks.

Sewing Workshops & Stash Buster Sale with Amy Britton

Sat-Thurs 12-4pm (venue closed Fri 14 to Sun 16) Venue 21 | Blue route Amy will be running FREE sewing workshops in sewing techniques, applique, and patchwork. Make your own tweed purse or glasses case. Suitable for all ages from 5. Stash Buster Sale - Old stocks of tweed and tartan being sold off. Huge assortment being cleared out. If times do not suit, please call and arrange by appointment. See website for full details: www.amybritton.co.uk 4


Drawing Horses Workshop with Diana Hand 8th June | 10am to 4pm | £45 Gargunnock Community Centre

Diana will demonstrate the “three stage” process of building an equestrian drawing, as outlined in her book “Draw Horses in 15 Minutes” (Ilex/ Octopus 2015) This will provide you with a basic framework, and you then have the rest of the day to work from your own ideas and images, or to gain inspiration from her library of books and photographs. This class is suitable for all artists from complete beginners to those with more experience and is a great chance to share your love of drawing and of horses. The workshop will take place between 10 am to 4 pm in the Gargunnock Community Centre, near Stirling. Gargunnock is a beautiful rural location looking out across the Forth Vallery towards the Highlands in the north. Our studio space for the day is a perfect space lit by large skylights and open to the adjacent garden area if weather conditions are right. There are 10 spaces for the class, and the cost of the day is £45 payable in advance. For more information visit https://dianahand.com/drawinghorses-workshops/

Creative Classes with Dawn McLaren Venue 50 | Green route Creative additional classes will be ran from the start of the creative week and into the summer. Call for enquiries and prices.

Glass Fusing & Hand Loom Weaving Workshops Throughout FVAB Venue 28 | Pink route Glass Fusing Workshops: Due to the overwhelming popularity of my glass fusing workshops last year, I’ll be offering these every open day during FVAB 2019. All materials, safety equipment, and firing of your piece included. Booking is essential. For further details please call 07484664078, email justinebainbridge@gmail.com, or message me at www.facebook.com/justinebainbridgeart Miniature Hand Loom Weaving Workshops: A fun and easy workshop for all ages. No experience is necessary to make these dinky wee weavings. Turn them into a wall hanging, a dolls house rug, or 5

use them as elements in larger textile projects! All materials will be provided, including wools and yarns, straws, glass beads, light refreshments, and friendly banter around the big table in the seascape sunroom. Again, a popular event so booking is essential. For further details please call 07484 664078, email justinebainb r idge@gmai l.com, or message me at www. facebook.com/justinebainbridgeart


Linocut Workshop with Christine McIver

Knitting, spinning & dyeing workshops with Suzanne Horne

Mon 10th & Tues 11th June 1.30pm to 4.30pm Venue 20 | Blue route | £35

Mon to Fri during FVAB Venue 14 | Blue route Monday: participate in knitting a Christmas Camel –wool provided, Tuesday: spinning demonstration, bring your own wheel, whatever its condition. Wednesday: a Dyeing Day. Thursday: an introduction to fixed heddle weaving. Friday: a sale of wool fabric and lots more.

Recently liberated Art teacher, Christine, will be running a linocut workshop from her studio on Monday 10th and Tuesday 11th from 1.30pm until 4.30pm., with a 20 minute tea break. These sessions will be for grown ups only; due to the nature of the tools involved. It will be a two part event; day one will include an introduction to materials and using tools, followed by drawing up, and transferring an image onto the lino. Day two will be spent learning how to cut and print a simple image; overlaying more than one colour from the same block. If you are taking part you might like to bring an image which you find inspiring or just interesting.

We ask you not to bring dogs or other animals. Children must be attended at all times by a responsible adult.

Soap & Glass Workshops with Emma FitzGerald Venue 19 | Blue route Check website for details: www.hazelrockhouse.com/ forth-valley-art-beat/

Linocut is a relief printing technique, and in its simplest form is very straightforward. The aim of this course is to explore the possibilities of the medium, while keeping it simple.

Emma will be running a number of events and workshops working with soap and glass. Check the website shown above for details.

The cost will be £35.00 for the two afternoons (all materials will be provided). A maximum of four spaces are available. Please phone 07906 518086 to book ahead.

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Jewellery Workshops

Demonstrations with alcohol inks, and collage work

Elaine Petrie | ‘Make a Ring’ Workshop 10th, 12th, 13th June | 2-5pm | £40 Venue 48 | Green route

Sat 8th June | 3pm & Sat 15th June | 10.15am Venue 52 | Yellow route

Join Elaine Petrie for an informal Make a Ring Workshop in her home studio.

derenz will give a 20 minute demonstration at above times on ways to work with alcohol inks to produce colourful, inventive images on ceramic tile and other surfaces. Come and watch derenz create with this versatile medium. Collage with visitor participation will also place throughout the period that Studio 12 is open. Come and have fun creating our visitor collage which will be posted on the Marcelle House Facebook page as it progresses.

Each half-day workshop lasts 3 hours and is designed for a maximum of 4 people to make sure you get lots of personal attention. The cost of the workshop is £40 per person which includes access to the silver and tools you will require. (Additional materials may be purchased for larger projects.) Tea/coffee is also provided. For further information and to reserve a place, call Elaine Petrie on 07974 423023 or email antonine.silver@gmail.com

Demonstrations in Basketry & Rag Rug Techniques with Camphill Blair Drummond

Pam McGibbon | ‘Mend your old beads or broken jewellery’ Throughout FVAB Venue 17 | Blue route

Saturday 8th + Sunday 9th June Venue 27 | Pink route During the exhibition at Camphill we will be available to demonstrate basketry or rag rug techniques - all welcome to come and have a go - and possibly lino cuts as well as answer questions on other crafts.

Bring your old beads and broken jewellery and Pam will show you how to mend them or restring them. Learn how to make earrings to complement your mended jewellery!

There is a possibility we will be able to have tours round parts of castle and garden, and this will be confirmed closer to the dates. However as the exhibition is in the castle this year we will be able to point out a few features anyway. 7


Painting Demonstrations with Iona Leishman Sat 8th June | Thurs 13th June 11am-12noon Venue 25 | Pink route

Creative Flow Workshop with Iona Leishman Sat 15th June 10am-4pm | £90 Lecropt Kirk Hall, Bridge of Allan FK9 4NB A chance to let mix paint and let it flow without judgement or desired outcome. This way images are allowed to emerge. It’s an expansive way to create. All materials provided. Cost £90. £45 deposit reserves your place. Please call 07773 347780 to book or email iona@ionaleishman.co.uk

On Saturday 8 June at 11am I’ll be demonstrating how I start work on a painting, so if you’d like to come along for an hour to see how I do it, please do. Additional demonstration times include Thursday 13 June 11-12pm.

Embroidery demonstrations with Jane Lindsey

Each event in my small studio is for max 6 people only, so please email me at iona@ionaleishman.co.uk to reserve your space.

Throughout FVAB Venue 42 | Pink route Jane will be demonstrating freehand machine embroidery during her open studio throughout FVAB.

Flanders Moss Outdoor Artworks Afternoons, both weekends Venue 38 | Pink route Follow the nature reserve blog to find out details of their exhibition with local artists interpreting the wildlife and landscape of Flanders Moss. Staff will be on-site during weekend afternoons to answer questions and provide information to visitors.

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Forth Valley Art Beat takes place from Saturday 8th to Sunday 16th June 2019. The studios are organised around 4 coloured routes with numbers and maps. When visiting studios look out for the bunting and directional arrows to help you ďŹ nd each studio. Studio times may vary so please check times carefully. Check pages 2-8 of the brochure for details of additional events or workshops. Please note not all venues take credit or debit cards so do take other payment methods.

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Opening Hours: Each studio entry lists the time and days it is open, using the format below sat sun day sat sun mon tue wed thur fri time 10-5 10-5 10-5 10-5 10-5 10-7 10-5 10-5 10-5 Indicates the days a studio is closed

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Routes + Artists Blue route 01 Lys Hansen 02 Jeremy Wyatt, Lucia Wyatt & Fee Guth 03 Rachel Davies & Gwen Dean 04 Charity McArdle 05 Tillyrie Crafts 06 Dunblane Art Club 07 Art Unlimited 08 Laura Gill 09 Fiona van Baardwijk 10 The Central Scotland School of Jewellery 11 Derek Collins 12 Gio Martin 13 Karen Ellis Sowerby 14 Suzanne Horne 15 Ann Shaw 16 Fiona Clasen 17 Pam McGibbon 18 Art Collection, University of Stirling 19 Emma FitzGerald 20 Christine McIver, Archie McIver & Caroline Paterson 21 Amy Britton

Pink route 22 Archie Scott 23 Hannah Mackintosh 24 G.O.S.S.I.P. 25 Iona Leishman 26 Jim Galloway 27 Camphill Blair Drummond 28 Justine Bainbridge 29 Jane Campbell & Mark Drury 30 Robin Chapman Campbell 31 Maurie Jessett 32 Alistair Dickson 33 Judy Shaw Stewart 34 Michael Kay, Patricia, Griffin & Ros Macdonald 35 West Moss-side 36 Graham Tristram 37 Diana Hand 38 Flanders Moss Nature Reserve 39 JudyJamJar, Shonah Escombe & May Anderson 40 Michael Prince 41 Margaret MacNaught, Leigh Terry & Lynn Terry 42 Jane Lindsey

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Use our App to navigate around the studios Features include Near Me, Take Me There, and My Map to help you plan your visit.

Extra Events

Please use the brochure to help you plan your visit, you can also download the Forth Valley Art Beat phone app from our site which will allow you to personalise and navigate your route. We hope you will take time to explore the routes, meet the artists, learn about their practice and engage with the demonstrations, workshops and additional events being offered throughout the course of the nine day event.

Fran Ryan Catherine King Nikki Monaghan Susan Wade-French Marjory Sime Elaine Petrie Park Gallery Dawn McLaren

Visit our website for the latest news and find out more about this year’s artists and participants.

www.forthvalleyartbeat.com info@forthvalleyartbeat.com

Who We Are:

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Forth Valley Art Beat was first launched in 2010 as Forth Valley Open Studios. We are a Community Interest Company, and as such are a not for profit, self funded organisation. With this in mind we would like to thank our volunteers, the participating artists and the local community who support the event and help make it happen.

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Thanks to: Design + Illustration - Rosy Naylor - www.platformdesigns.co.uk

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Lys Hansen

Painting, Drawing, Sculpture

Jeremy Wyatt, Lucia Wyatt & Fee Guth

Painting, Mixed Media, Photography

Atelier Smiddy Brae, Braco, By Dunblane FK15 9QQ Mob: 07761 277296 Email: lys.hansen@yahoo.co.uk Web: www.lyshansen.co.uk

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Rachel Davies & Gwen Dean

Mosaic, Glass, Textiles, Painting

prices from £5-£500+

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Denada, 14 Lawder Place, Dunblane FK15 0NF Mob: 07796 268695 Email: lucialucia21@btinternet.com jeremywyatt@hotmail.co.uk

Rachel Davies Mosaics 1 Alpin Drive, Dunblane FK15 0FQ Tel: 07475 880664 Email: rachel@racheldaviesmosaics.co.uk Web: www.racheldaviesmosaics.co.uk

Being an artist has always been and is a great adventure. I have travelled and exhibited in many countries and have been privileged to have collaborated with many artists at home and abroad. My art is challenging. Opening my studio and sharing my experience is important to me. I am an expressive figurative painter well regarded in my field. The human condition is my concern. Please come along and visit. Younger members of the family are most welcome. I look forward to your visit.

Jeremy paints and runs a pottery in a therapeutic community. His themes include myths, nature, landscape and the odd cat. Lucia finds enchantment in every creative activity, and believes arts and crafts help people connect to each other and make sense of their lives. Fee will exhibit striking and beautiful images photographed whilst on her varied at home and abroad travels. On weekends we will perform a few songs whilst visitors view our artworks.

Rachel uses slate, stone and glass to create mosaic artwork that is full of texture and visual interest.

Directions: Braco is on the A822 off the A9 just north of Dunblane. Smiddy Brae is in the centre of the village beside the hotel/restaurant. Look for the life-sized blue horse-head on the gable. Lys is pleased to talk to you and show you work, with tea.

Directions: Head into Dunblane up the Perth Road, across the fourways roundabout and on past the Doubletree Hotel. In 1/4 mile turn left after the pelican crossing onto Daniel Avenue. Lawder Place is 100m on your right, we will have bunting out!

Directions: From B8033 turn into the housing estate at Barbush roundabout. At the T-junction with Wedderburn road turn left. Go over speed bump and the venue is fi rst on left, next to the tree on the hill. Parking available on driveway or in lay-by opposite.

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Gwen produces textile paintings inspired by Scotland’s breathtaking scenery and incredible wildlife. The paintings are created using wet-felting and needlefelting techniques. Workshops and demonstrations in both felting and mosaics will be held throughout the week.

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Tillyrie Crafts

Dunblane Art Club

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The Meno-hut 26 Ledcameroch Gardens, Dunblane FK15 0GZ Tel: 01786 824724 Mob: 07881 025664 Email: charitymcardle@hotmail.co.uk

Tillyrie, Ramoyle, Dunblane FK15 0BB Tel: 01786 824090 Mob: 07851 018338 Email: tillyrie@hotmail.co.uk Web: www.tillyriecrafts.co.uk

St Blanes Hall, Dunblane FK15 0ER Email: chrismtaylor47@hotmail.com

I trained at Chelsea School of Art and Middlesex Polytechnic many moons ago, where my discipline was abstract painting based around text. After a break from painting whilst raising a family and working as a teacher, I have begun to make expressive portraits and semiabstract landscapes. I work predominately in oil on canvas.

Tillyrie Crafts specialises in sterling silver jewellery with freshwater pearls and semi precious stones. I also love sewing with Harris Tweed and Liberty of London fabrics and knitting with unusual yarns. My love of nature is evident in my work. A warm welcome awaits with tea, coffe and home baking (hopefully in the garden). Plants are sold in aid of Strathcarron Hospice.

A selection of paintings by our group in various mediums.

Directions: The studio is in the back garden of the house, up some steep stairs (but I can bring work to you if you need me to). Ring bell or call 07881-025664 for entry.

Directions: The studio is in Ramoyle which is a narrow street connecting the Cathedral and Perth Road in Dunblane. Tillyrie Crafts is on the left hand side if approaching from the Cathedral and is the only house with double gates.

Directions: Take the M9 from Stirling at the Keir roundabout before Dunblane take the third exit the B8033 continue until second roundabout and take fi rst exit left St Blanes Hall is about 100 metres on the right next to library.

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Dunblane Museum & Art Gallery The Cross, Dunblane FK15 0AQ Tel: 01786 832026 Email: sa.berman@yahoo.co.uk

The Riverside, 7c Stirling Road Dunblane FK15 9EP Tel: 01786 825896 Mob: 07977 923270 Email: laura@lauragillart.co.uk Web: www.lauragillart.co.uk

Blaeberry River Studio Calderwood, Doune Road, Dunblane FK15 9AR Tel: 07896 362902 Email: blaeberryriverart@outlook.com Web: www.blaeberryriverart.co.uk

We are fifteen artists who have been successfully exhibiting together for almost two decades. We offer an exciting diversity of styles and different media - from figurative and abstract work, expressive landscapes, assemblages, textiles, printmaking and ceramics. In fact something for everyone.Our work will be exhibited for the whole of June at Dunblane Museum, inclusive of the Art Beat week.

In oils and acrylics, my work is mainly landscapes, although many of my commissions include people and animals. Living and working in Dunblane, I’m inspired by the stunning scenery around here, and by the rugged beauty of the west coast and the western isles. I’ve had work shown at the RSA, London; The Royal Institute for Fine Arts and was a finalist in the BBC One Show artist of the year.

My work is based on images taken around the local area, painting in oil or pastel. I love to focus on natural shapes silhouetted against the Scottish sky and draw endless inspiration from the trees around me. I also provide the enormously popular Creativity and Craic paint and sip events helping people to socialise and enjoy creating no matter their level of ability.

Directions: Dunblane Museum is situated on a corner opposite Dunblane Cathedral. There is a free public carpark at the Haining behind the Cathedral. Sat nav FK15 0AQ. PLEASE NOTE The exhibition will be open six days a week 10.30am - 4.30pm. Closed on Sunday.

Directions: Downstairs at The Riverside Bar and Bistro, Stirling Road, Dunblane, FK15 9EP. From the main road through Dunblane (B8033), take the signs to town centre, down Beech Road. The Riverside is on the left, at the junction of High St and Stirling Rd.

Directions: The garden studio is at the rear of Calderwood, Doune Road. Near Tesco. Opposite Springfield Terrace fl ats at the entrance to Caledonian Place in Dunblane. Call if you get lost! 07896362902.

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Unit 11, RFL House, Anderson Street, Dunblane FK15 9AJ Mob: 07775 843872 Email: hello@cssj.co.uk Web: www.cssj.co.uk

35 Old Doune Road, Dunblane FK15 9BU Email: derek@derekcollins.co.uk Web: www.derekcollins.co.uk

the yellow house gallery 8 Braemar Avenue, Dunblane FK15 9EA Mob: 07942 493084 Email: gio.martin@hotmail.co.uk

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Derek Collins

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The Central Scotland School of Jewellery teaches evening and weekend classes from our bright, open studio in Dunblane. Pop in to see our teaching space, meet some of the tutors and view work produced during the classes. We are happy to chat about a project or piece that you might like to make and we can advise you if our classes are suitable. There will be a selection of work for sale by staff.

I have been a painter all my life doing special paint effects but now I do it on canvas,wood and glass but always using fire or a blow lamp to achieve my effects then I add resin to give it a great look and texture.

I make figurative paintings, drawings and prints.

Directions: From the motorway, pass the M&S and at the roundabout take the fi rst exit to your left. At the T junction turn left and travel past Tesco, then 2nd left onto Well Place. Take fi rst right onto Anderson Street. We are next to the Fire Station.

Directions: Drive into Dunblane past M&S turn left at the fi rst roundabout and drive past Tesco then turn left up Old Doune Road my house is just past the third road on the left number 35. The studio is through the gate at the left hand side.

Directions: Pass by Tesco’s then turn left up The Old Doune Road when you come to a small roundabout in the road, turn left at Braemar Avenue. The yellow house is the third house on the right after Braemar Grove.

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I have always sewn. I come from a family of dressmakers, milliners, weavers and although I took a different route, graphic design, I’m always drawn back to stitch. In particular free motion machine embroidery. I will be showing examples of my textile jewellery and images stitched onto my own naturally dyed fabric. Mini workshops are available in the mornings. Booking required.

Directions: From the Fourways roundabout (India Gate) take the Glen Road/Sheriffmuir exit. Continue to the end of Glen Road. Take the sharp left signposted Sheriffmuir. Park on the left. Walk through the large black gates, straight ahead. No 2 is on the RHS.

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Ann Shaw

Textiles, Knitting

Photography, Mixed Media, Digital Art + Video

The Weaving Shed at Mill of Keir Dunblane FK15 9NS Tel: 01786 822646

Plaka Studio 5 Pendreich Road, Bridge of Allan FK9 4LY Tel: 01786 832287 Mob: 07543 671260 Email: annshaw@mac.com Web: www.annshaw.co.uk

prices from £5-£100 2 Kippenross, Glen Road, Dunblane FK15 0JZ Mob: 07508 810821 Email: kellissowerby@gmail.com Fb: @Karen Ellis Sowerby Maker

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We welcome you on: Monday to participate in a group project to knit a Christmas Camel – wool provided, not being able to knit is not an excuse! Tuesday to spinning demonstration, bring your own wheel, whatever its condition. Wednesday to a Dyeing Day. Thursday to an introduction to fixed heddle weaving. Friday to a sale of wool fabric and lots more. The medicinal and dyers herb garden is open Monday to Friday. We ask you not to bring dogs or other animals. Children must be attended at all times by a responsible adult.

I photograph ordinary objects from books, flowers and even the kitchen sink then turn them into new images using digital technologies to create something extraordinary.

Directions: Turn off the Keir Roundabout into a ‘layby’ between Bridge of Allan and Dunblane. Proceed along the tarmac road. Take the fi rst LEFT, off the tarmac onto rough road. Follow this road round a right hand 90-degree bend, down the hill to a wooden five bar gate.

Directions: On entering Bridge of Allan from Keir roundabout take fi rst right into Blairforkie Drive after crossing the bridge. Follow signs for half a mile to the golf club. Plaka studio is 200 yards before club on the left hand side. Parking available.

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Jewellery, Glass

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The Art Shed 8 Kenilworth Road, Bridge of Allan FK9 4DU Mob: 07763 779313 Email: fi _clasen@hotmail.com Web: www.fi onaclasen.com

Monte Verde Designs 47 Fountain Road, Bridge of Allan FK9 4AU Mob: 07761 976102 Email: fountainservices@tiscali.co.uk

Pathfoot Building, University of Stirling FK9 4LA Tel: 01786 466050 Email: art.collection@stir.ac.uk Web: www.artcol.stir.ac.uk

I am inspired by the light in all seasons. I work mainly in pastel and the main focus of my work is still life but I also create some landscapes and seascapes and have recently been experimenting with portraiture too. You are very welcome to come and browse and enjoy the garden too. Please note that I am not open for the first weekend this year.

Directions: From the centre of Bridge of Allan, take Well Road up the hill, then turn fi rst right into Kenilworth Road - number 8 is the second house on the right. Follow the signs to the back garden. Please avoid blocking drives when parking.

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Unique jewellery, handcrafted from wire and glass beads that have been created by some of the UK’s most talented and original bead designers. Every piece is unique. Casual or smart, our jewellery is suitable for all occasions. Hold the beads up to the light and you will be amazed by what you can see inside! Buy readymade or choose your own beads for a beautiful and unusual bespoke design.

The University of Stirling Art Collection is a varied one. Artworks from the permanent collection are on display throughout the Pathfoot Building, with sculpture in courtyards and across the scenic campus. In addition, our temporary exhibitions, which are directly inspired by the research of the University, this year focus on refugees and migration under the title ‘Experiences of Exile’.

Directions: Park in Allanvale Road, near to Fountain Road. Cross over Fountain Road and walk up the side of No. 45, following the bunting and balloons until you have to turn left round the back and No. 47 is on your left. Disabled parking for one at the back.

Directions: The Pathfoot Building is on the hill on your left immediately after entering the University of Stirling campus by the main gate.

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Emma FitzGerald

Soap, Glass

My soap is made from moisturising oils including shea and cocoa butter and I love to add botanicals and interesting little embellishments on top. My glass is inspired by nature and the feeling of home. I make a range of pictures, curved glass pieces and glass jewellery. I’ll be running handson workshops all week.

Directions: My studio is located on the Causewayhead Road, not far from the Rugby club. If you pass the rugby club on your right, the studio is a 1 minute drive on the left (5 minutes walk).

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From a photographer’s interpretation of the real world to imaginary whimsy, you will find lots to engage your interest. Painting, printmaking, photography, Papier-mâché song birds, and more. Come and watch us working or join us for a tea/coffee break. There will be a beginners linocut work shop on Monday 10th and Tuesday 11th. from 1.30 pm until 4.00 pm. Phone for details and to book.

Directions: Heading into Stirling on the A907, turn left onto Ladysneuk Rd. Just Past Ricoh, take the road on your left, for Broom Farm and East Neuk. In a few hundred yards you will come to a cottage with yellow windows. The studio is opposite the house.

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Craigbank Studio (Black door) 18 Hillfoots Road, Stirling FK9 5LF Tel: 01786 475927 Mob: 07732 825285 Email: amy@amybritton.co.uk Web: www.amybritton.co.uk

East Neuk Studio East Neuk, Ladysneuk Road, Stirling FK9 5NP Mob: 07906 518086 Email: eastneukstudio@gmail.com Web: www.christinemciverart.com

I make colourful and useable things out of handmade soap and fused glass.

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Hazelrock House Studio 110 Causewayhead Road, Stirling FK9 5HJ Mob: 07444 732034 Email: emma-fitz@hotmail.com Web: www.hazelrockhouse.com

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Our new Harris Tweed Range is handwoven for us taking inspiration from the Scottish landscape. Designed and handmade in the heart of Scotland, creating a unique range. We have worked with a Harris Tweed weaver to produce a range inspired by from the woodland on our doorstep, the ever-changing vista, and the historical landmarks that we can see right on our doorstep. Inspired by a love of design and textiles, each product is individual, purses to carry, pouches to protect, cosmetic bags and wash bags. Directions: Head towards the Wallace Monument, Craigbank Studio is located at 18 Hillfoots Road. it is the last property before reaching the Monument. On street parking.

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Ochil Woodcraft Muiraven, 65 Muiralehouse Road, Bannockburn FK7 8AB Tel: 01786 358908 Email: archie@ochilwoodcraft.co.uk Web: www.ochilwoodcraft.co.uk

Stirling Baptist Church 67 Murray Place, Stirling FK8 1AU Tel: 01786 450581 Email: mackintoshmade@gmail.com Web: www.stirlingbaptist.org

prices £5-£500+ Stirling Arcade Unit 5, King Street, Stirling FK8 1AX Tel: 01786 450719 Mob: 07964 475369 Email: gossipstirling@gmail.com Web: www.gossipcollective.weebly.com

I started as a wood carver 7 years ago and progressed into wood turning and other techniques. Therefore I offer a wide range of items from wood. They are all unique as the base material is a natural material and has its own character. The wood I use is mostly local and from sustainable sources. I use several techniques to form sought after unique gifts.

Stirling Baptist is lucky to be full of talented artists. We have a wide variety of mediums and styles to see here, from realistic to abstract and from photography to ceramics. There is something to interest everyone here. While our work might all be different, the artists here are committed to supporting each other and the Arts in this community. Come by for a cuppa, chat, and see the artwork!

G.O.S.S.I.P. are a voluntary, artist run collective, open to all. Our aim is to create opportunities, collaborate and support contemporary arts projects.

Directions: For all directions (M9, M80) turn off for Stirling Services. Take A91, then fi rst left (Brucefield Golf Centre) a country road. Take second drive on the right (Muiralehouse Road). Last house on the right.

Directions: Straight up from the Stirling train station, in the centre of the town.

Directions: The Stirling Arcade can be accessed from King Street in Stirling’s town center. A 2 minute walk from the train Station and directly across from the Thistles Shopping Center.

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This year’s Pop-up week event is at Stirling Arcade so look out for updates to take part, email or pop-in! We’re also hosting a Creative Network event ‘TEN’ on Sat 8th June as part of the 10 year celebrations for Forth Valley creatives.

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27 Weir Street, Stirling FK8 1FH Mob: 07724 909366 Email: galloway2020@outlook.com

Royal Gardens Apartments Studio 42B Albert Place, Stirling FK8 2RQ Mob: 07773 347780 Email: iona@ionaleishman.co.uk Web: www.ionaleishman.co.uk

Blair Drummond House, Cuthil Brae, Stirling FK9 4UT Tel: 01786 841573 Ext 401 Mob: 07977 551292 Email: andrea@camphillblairdrummond. org.uk

Painting at my best, my images emerge from an colourful, compelling surface of oil, charcoal, ink and pastel. Suggestive material gives rise to evocative landscapes and historically imagined townscapes, vividly peopled. As Historic Environment Scotland’s first resident Stirling Castle artist it was here I developed this freeing, spontaneous method that I can demonstrate when you visit my studio.

Jim studied drawing and painting at Edinburgh College of Art (1958-1962) when Wiliam Gillles was Principal, under Robin Phillipson, John Houston and Charles Pulsford.

Camphill Blair Drummond provides a creative and therapeutic environment for both residential and day students with complex learning difficulties.

He started making ceramics in the early 70s in his Manchester studio.

We will be exhibiting a wide variety of pieces created together in our specialist workshops including glass, pottery, woodwork, textiles, mosaics and baskets.

Directions: My studio at Royal Gardens Apartments is immediately to the left of The Smith Museum and Art Gallery, Albert Place, Stirling. Take junction 10 off the M9 motorway and follow signs for Stirling.

Directions: Weir Street runs between Raploch Road and the smaller Forth Valley College Community Campus. Turning off Raploch Rd, we are in the 1st cul-de-sac on the left. There is pedestrian only access to Weir St from FVC Community Campus. Sat Navs work fine.

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All his pots are fired in a gas kiln under reduction conditions, in the Japanese tradition, as introduced by Bernard Leach and Hamada in the early 50s.

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Jane Campbell + Mark Drury

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Glass, Painting, Textiles

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Sunroom at Inverardoch Lodge by Old Newton of Doune, Newton Inverardoch, Doune FK16 6EA Mob: 07484 664078 Email: justinebainbridge@gmail.com Web: www.justinebainbridge.co.uk

Inverardoch House, Dunblane Road, Doune FK16 6EA Web: www.paintingsbyjanecampbell.co.uk

Inverardoch House, Dunblane Road, Doune FK16 6EA Tel: 01786 842600 Email: hasluck1@yahoo.co.uk

Weaving a background in the sciences, antiques, and photography with my Orkney and Shetland roots, I use a diverse range of found objects, raw materials, and old yarns & fabrics to create pieces evocative of the light, land, and sea of Scotland in kiln glass, textiles, sculpture and ceramics, watercolour sketches, and jewellery.

Jane graduated from Grays School of Art and has exhibited widely throughout Scotland. Her work has appeared in leading magazines and newspapers. She paints a variety of subject matters including seascapes, still lifes, flowers and childrens toys.

*The Sunroom is accessible but our loo is not. Apologies.

Mark has studied at Glasgow Art School and mainly paints in oils. He also recycles silver and brass into one-off items of jewellery.

Directions: On A820 Dunblane to Doune road, take sharp left at the 30mph sign on approach to village. Enter beautiful Newton inverardoch Estate through the big black gates. The lodge is on your left. Follow the signs through the garden to the sunroom.

Directions: Dunblane end of Doune on A820. Look for the 30mph sign. Right there there is a large open Victorian gate sweep with a gatehouse. Go straight down the drive for a third of a mile. Follow the signs to the walled garden.

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This year I am doing fewer pastel landscapes and returning to my acrylics of idiosyncratic and metaphorical representational depictions of people - with a touch of humour.

Directions: Dunblane end of Doune on A820. Look for the 30mph sign. Right there there is a large open Victorian gate sweep with a gatehouse. Go straight down the drive for a third of a mile. Follow the signs to the walled garden.

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The Broich Studios, The Broich, Doune FK16 6HJ Tel: 01786 842280 Mob: 07796 805680 Email: maurie.jessett@hotmail.co.uk

The Broich Studios, The Broich, Doune FK16 6HJ Tel: 01786 841866 Mob: 07778 160381 Email: aly@lanrick.co.uk

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Judy Shaw Stewart

Mixed Media, Painting, Printmaking prices from £10-£250 The Broich Studios, The Broich, Doune FK16 6HJ Mob: 07884 337503 Email: judy@pancontrols.com

My paintings are mostly in acrylic and mixed media, inspired by the landscape and my garden. I try to capture the sense of space and colour merging into absraction. This year I have also found printmaking an exciting experience.

Exploring the riddles of clay and alchemy of glazes.

Judy’s work is mostly mixed media including pastel, oil, acrylic, collage and printing. Her subjects tend to be domestic still life. However she is often inspired by landmarks at home and abroad, invariably with a colourful twist.

Directions: From Junction 10 M9 motorway at Stirling take the A84 to Crianlarich. Go 6 miles along A84 and after Doune Garage, turn left B8032 to Deanston, then left fork to Callander. After 2 miles Broich Studios is on left.

Directions: FK16 6HJ From A 84 by bridge over river at Doune, take the B 8032 towards Callander and Deanston. Take left fork towards Callander and continue for 2 miles. Before sharp bend turn left to “The Broich” and follow parking signs to back of farm.

Directions: FK16 6HJ. From Junction 10 M9 motorway at Stirling take the A84 signposted to Crianlarich. Go 6 miles along the A84. After Doune Garage turn left signed B8032 to Deanston then left fork to Callander. After 2 miles Broich Studios on left.

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Ros Macdonald

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prices £5-£500+ 4 Bracklinn Road, Callander FK17 8EH Tel: 01786 860386 Mob: 07570 977277 Email: mike@michaelkayjewellery.co.uk Web: www.michaelkayjewellery.co.uk

Tricia specialises in individually handdyed, natural textiles incorporating Japanese dyeing and felting technique. Michael works mostly in silver, often with semi-precious stones to produce contemporary, stylish and unique jewellery and silver. Ros creates abstract naturalism and seascapes in acrylic ink, and lino & woodcut prints of Scottish wildlife etc.

Directions: Take A84 west to Callander. On entering the town, watch out for the sign for the Roman Camp Hotel. Bracklinn Road is immediately opposite the hotel entrance. Turn right into Bracklinn Road. No. 4 is on your right, just past the corner.

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West Moss-side Organic Farm + Centre Thornhill, Stirling FK8 3QJ Tel: 01786 850428 Mob: 07743 912363 Email: graham@studiotristram.com Web: www.studiotristram.com

The West Moss-side Collective: Kate Sankey (weaving/twisting), Jill Dow (printing/drawing), Barbara Greenman (ceramics/paper), Michael Prince (landscape photography), Darren Rees (wildlife painting), Gillie Welstead (silversmithing), Jessica Langford (painting) and joining us this year, Diana Hand (textile and painting) and Elin Isaksson (glass artist). The Centre Gallery & kitchen and the farmhouse studio, hall and stairway will be full of pieces to intrigue and enjoy.

My paintings are about landscape: the atmosphere and the fall of light; space or enclosure; the colour of distance; traces of time and habitation. The work, in acrylic, oil pastel or mixed media, is made in the studio using sketches from outdoors, notes and memories.

Directions: The West Moss-side Farm road is located 1/4 mile west of Thornhill village on the road to Aberfoyle (A873), directly after the de-restriction speed sign on the left. Turn left, then follow the road to the right for a full mile until the road end.

Directions: The West Moss-side Farm road is located 1/4 mile west of Thornhill village on the road to Aberfoyle (A873), directly after the de-restriction speed sign on the left. Turn left, then follow the road to the right for a full mile until the road end.

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Flanders Moss National Nature Reserve FK8 3QT Tel: 01786 450362 Mob: 07826 537641 Email: david.pickett@nature.scot Web: https://2bogsaswampandsomeislands. wordpress.com/ www.nnr.scot

Easter Poldar Farm, Thornhill FK8 3QT Mob: 07403 414312 Email: info@dianahand.com Web: www.dianahand.com

Davarr Cottage, Glentirranmuir, Kippen, Stirling FK8 3HU Tel: 01786 870687 Email: judyjamjar@btinternet.com Fb: @Judyjamjar

Diana works in several media, including textiles, painting and drawing. Her paintings are abstract interpretations of the local landscape. She also paints and draws horses, both in a figurative and more abstract and expressive style. She will be teaching a workshop on Drawing Horses on 8th June in Gargunnock as part of Forth Valley Art Beat. Her landscape work is also shown at Westmossside Farm.

For the Open Studio week the accessible part of Flanders Moss will be turned into an art gallery with artwork on show produced by local artists showing their interpretation of the wildlife and landscape of this special nature reserve. Flanders Moss is a very special site, it is one of the biggest and best bogs in Scotland and an easily accessible path allows visitors to experience the beauty of its wildlife and sample the peace of its unspoilt wilderness. The nature reserve is managed by Scottish Natural Heritage.

Judy Reed is the mosaic artist JudyJamJar. She uses vintage china and other materials to create quirky and colourful mosaics for the home and garden. Shonah Escombe works with glass using a range of techniques including stained glass, copper foiling and fused glass. Her designs are contemporary and fun. May Anderson paints everything from bowls to chairs in traditional canal art style.

Directions: Take the A811 from Stirling about 6 miles, turn right onto B822, follow road for two miles north across valley. Left at farmhouse in valley (FVAB signs here), follow track half a mile to Easter Poldar. Parking space available. No dogs please.

Directions: From Thornhill head south on the B822 Kippen Road for 2 miles then turn right onto a track and follow this for 0.6 miles to the car park. From the A811 Kippen roundabout head north on the B822 Thornhill road for 2 miles then turn left onto track.

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Cairnlea Art and Glass Studio Cairnlea Cottage, Balfron Station G63 0NG Tel: 01360 660572 Mob: 07779 135384 Email: skylynn64@sky.com

I’m a freelance television director, filmmaker and photographer, and live close to the Trossachs National Park, Stirling. I’m passionate about shooting landscapes on film, and often those close to home. I work with old medium and large format cameras, and prefer the slower, more contemplative process and the resulting aesthetic and atmosphere that the final darkroom prints can produce.

Lynn & Margaret paint, mainly in oil & acrylics. Using different techniques & mediums. Creating still life’s, seascapes, landscapes and original abstract works. Leigh is a Stained Glass Designer for over 25 years. Her passion can be seen in original designs, attention to detail & high standard of craftsmanship. Her work varies from candle holders, lamps, large door panels & commissions.

On display will be textiles (embroidery), drawings and printmaking. Jane will be demonstrating freehand machine embroidery throughout the open days. There will also be a chance to see the garden, the new cut flower garden and the perennial meadow area. A completely self taught artist, Jane Lindsey founded the design brand Snapdragon in 2003, she creates botanical inspired designs in freehand machine embroidery, ink and watercolour.

Directions: From Stirling take A811 towards Drymen. At Buchlyvie turn LEFT into Culbowie Road (opposite Village Hall clock tower). Dunstan House is 3rd house on RIGHT (blue gates) park on road or some parking on driveway (additional public parking at hall).

Directions: From Drymen on the A811 pass Fraser Robbs, about 1 mile on the right Gartacharn Road is signposted, we are the fi rst house down the road. From Stirling - You will find us along the A811 2 Miles from Ballat Cross Road, on the left.

Directions: From Drymen head for Stirling and Gartcharn Road is on the right. We are the fi rst house on the right. From Killearn take Gartness Road, past Gartness and turn right at top of the hill, we are last house on the left, opposite small green holiday hut.

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Home Studio, 43 Wilson Avenue, Denny FK6 6AJ Tel: 01324 826518 Mob: 07824 666544 Email: franchambers.fc@gmail.com Web: www.littlepinkdog.com

The Studio, 8 Cannons Way, Falkirk FK2 7QG Tel: 01324 617430 Email: catherine.king@mail.com Web: www.catherineking.org.uk

3 Park Street, Falkirk FK1 1RE Mob: 07971 085204 Email: hello@nikkimonaghan.co.uk Web: www.nikkimonaghan.co.uk

I use vintage photographs, including found images or old family photographs as well as magazines and books. I either use these items on their own or incorporate them into drawings, prints, collage and mixed media works, in an attempt to capture different moods and highlight a dialogue somewhere between the fiction and the reality of relationships and try to reconstruct fragile hidden narratives.

I am a professional artist specialising in printmaking and painting. Working “Plein Air” is key to the painting and print I finish in my purpose built studio. I draw and paint wherever I go, coastlines and people are my inspiration. Weather permitting the gazebo and my painting shelter will be in the garden both weekends with drawing things for both children and grown ups so you can have a go.

Nikki Monaghan is a graduate of the Scottish College of Textiles. Her diverse range of work includes landscapes, seascapes, figures and animals, painted on both large and small scale canvas.

Directions: From Denny Cross come up Duke Street with post office on left take the second on the left into Dryburgh Avenue then turn right at the post box into Wilson Avenue my home studio is at the top of the hill.

Directions: From B902 Carron Road Falkirk at the (Free Church) roundabout take the Rd marked Carron Pheonix then turn in opposite Carronbridge inn on Park Rd through Gates of New Carron Village. 1st left to Sainford Crescent then fi rst left to Cannons Way. Look out for the bunting baloons!

Directions: From A803 e/b take 2nd exit at r/b next to Post office onto Park St. Veer right to park at Weir St car park. From A803 w/b take 3rd exit at r/b onto Park St. Veer right to Weir St car park. Free parking at Central Retail Park a few mins walk away.

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Seagull Trust Art Gallery, Unit 29 Howgate Shopping Centre, Falkirk FK1 1HG Mob: 07935 238113 Email: marjorysime@hotmail.com

Antonine Silver Jewellery 60 Major’s Loan, Falkirk FK1 5QG Tel: 01324 637629 Mob: 07974 423023 Email: antonine.silver@gmail.com Web: www.antoninesilver.com

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Bean Row Pottery 3 Bean Row, Falkirk FK1 1PH Tel: 01324 227676 Email: beanrowpottery@outlook.com Fb: @beanrowpotteryfalkirk

Falkirk’s woodlands, canals and nearby coastline provide a constant source of inspiration reflecting seasonal change and nature’s relationship with the historic town, agriculture and historical heritage. Various clay techniques are used to create art works for the home and garden such as wall art, sculptures, domestic ware and jewellery. Also commissions and teaching. Open by appointment Monday.

Marjory is exhibiting within the Seagull Trust Cruises Art Gallery. This year you will find textured oils celebrating the essence of summer and atmospheric seascapes inspired by the Scottish coastline.

Directions: Bean Row Pottery is just off the High Street located in the centre of a small lane called Bean Row which connects the Cow Wynd with Baxter’s Wynd and Booth Place.

Directions: Follow Howgate signs to car park in Coburn Street.

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Elaine welcomes visitors to her home studio. Many of her pieces are oneof-a-kind and perfect for casual or dressy occasions. You can also sign up for one-to-one and small group workshops, making your own very personal piece of jewellery. Elaine studied in Italy and Scotland, drawing ideas from Scottish landscape, history and folklore. She works mainly in silver and pewter. Commissions welcome.

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Directions: From town centre: Follow signs for Community Hospital (Major’s Loan entrance) then continue up hill to last house on left at junction with Gartcows Road. From Falkirk High Station: cross car park, turn right down Drossie Road to Major’s Loan.

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Gillian Smith, The Park Gallery Callendar House, Callendar Park, Falkirk FK1 1YR Tel: 01324 503772 Email: gillian.smith@falkirkcommunitytrust.org Web: www.falkirkcommunitytrust.org

The Undefeated 15 Park Crescent, West Quarter, Falkirk FK2 9SY Tel: 01324 262789 Mob: 07858 564352 Email: missdmclaren_78@hotmail.co.uk Web: www.dawnmclaren.weebly.com

Gladiators: A Cemetery of Secrets is an exhibition that features the skeletal remains of six men unearthed in York dating from the early 2nd Century to the late 3rd Century AD. All were decapitated and suffered injuries prior to death. Recent research has added to their story and uncovered more about who these men were, where they came from, how they died and why. To accompany the exhibition is an engaging hands on play area based on a Roman market.

As a sculptural printmaker and a published author, I take inspiration from peoples’ journeys, their stories and even from the environment including my own surroundings. I am also inspired not only from history but from what I see. My photography is key to my art practice as an artist, as I use this as a documentary to what I see. I have exhibited in London and in Stirling as well as overseas.

Directions: Falkirk is served by 2 railway stations, Falkirk High and Falkirk Grahamston, and regular bus connections. By Car: From Edinburgh: Follow M9 westbound. From Glasgow Follow M80/A80 east bound then follow brown and white signs for Callendar House.

Directions: When you come into the West Quarter area, drive through the stone gates, take your fi rst right and follow the road round till you get to the little red house.

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Studio 12 Marcelle House, 6 Mars Hill Makers Village Annexe, Alloa FK10 1AB Mob: 07896 992248 Email: derenzalloa@gmail.com Fb: @derenzdraw

26 Swinburne Drive, Sauchie FK10 3EQ Tel: 01259 573613 Mob: 07999 294648 Email: janiceheadrick@aol.com

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Wishing Well is a charity shop with a difference where artists and crafters can show their work all year round with commission on any sales to charity helping people who have suffered adverse life circumstances.

Daphne Hamilton who creates as derenz shares studio space with collage artist Monika Alff. Together they will exhibit an eclectic mix of objects and original paintings. Their work is inspired by surrealism and the every day. They invite you to enjoy their work and whatever size space you have in your home they have an item to fill it!! Be inspired...felt, ink, oils, acrylics, slate, concrete....

Returning this year with a variety of paintings in various mediums. Oil and collage, acrylic, mixed media and new experimental work. Landscape and figurative work as well as abstracts will be on show. A welcome awaits you to my garden studio and I’ll be on hand to discuss my work and share the process. NB: there are a number of steps leading down to the studio.

Directions: EFrom Lidl walk up towards the town centre, turning left on Mill Street and the shop is on the opposite side of the road.

Directions: On Mars Hill 100 yards from Alloa Town Hall. Two entries to car park. A907 opposite green railings; or B9096 Tullibody Road across from Peppe’s bar. Bus stops in front of Town Hall. Train station 5 min walk. Stuck at front door? Text 07896992248

Directions: Via Alloa, Left Whins rd rnbt, after Park turn right Fairmont Dr, Swinburne Dr. Via Stirling, after Glenochil Prison turn right at rnbt to Sauchie, Left at 30mph sign then right. No 26 is 1st white house at end. Enter gate. NOTE: Steps to studio.

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ARTIST DIRECTORY

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Alff, Monika Anderson, May Bainbridge, Justine Britton, Amy Campbell, Jane Chapman Campbell, Robin Clasen, Fiona Collins, Derek Davies, Rachel Dean, Gwen derenz Dickson, Alistair Dow, Jill Drury, Mark Ellis Sowerby, Karen Escombe, Shonah FitzGerald, Emma Galloway, Jim Gill, Laura Greenman, Barbara Griffin, Patricia Guth, Fee Hand, Diana Hansen, Lys Headrick, Janice Horne, Suzanne Isaksson, Elin Jessett, Maurie Kay, Michael King, Catherine Langford, Jessica Leishman, Iona Lindsey, Jane Martin, Gio Macdonald, Ros MacKintosh, Hannah MacNaught, Margaret McArdle, Charity McGibbon, Pam McIver, Archie McIver, Christine McLaren, Dawn Monaghan, Nikki Paterson, Caroline Petrie, Elaine Prince, Michael Pudelko, Jo Reed, Judy Rees, Darren Ryan, Fran Sankey, Kate Scott, Archie

Mixed Media, Painting, Sculpture Canal Art, Painting Glass, Painting, Textiles Tartan, Harris Tweed Products Painting Paintind, Drawing Drawing Mixed Media, Painting, Resin Mosaics, Glass, Jewellery Textiles, Felt Paintings Mixed Media, Painting, Object Creations Ceramics Printmaking, Drawing, Painting Painting, Jewellery Textiles, Jewellery Glass, Jewellery Soap Making, Glass Ceramics, Painting Painting, Drawing Ceramics, Mixed Media, Sketch Books Textiles Photography Painting, Textiles, Drawing Painting Painting, Mixed Media, Drawing Textiles, Knitting Glass Painting, Mixed Media, Printmaking Jewellery, Silver Printmaking, Painting, Drawing Painting, Drawing Painting, Mixed Media, Drawing Embroidery, Drawing, Printmaking Painting, Drawing, Printmaking Mixed Media, Printmaking Painting Painting Painting, Drawing Jewellery Photography, Assemblage Painting, Printmaking Printmaking, Sculpture, Photography Painting Printmaking, Papier Mache Jewellery Photography Jewellery Mosaics, Mixed Media, Jewellery Painting, Printmaking Mixed Media, Printmaking, Drawing Weaving Woodwork, Painting, Photography

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Photography, Mixed Media, Digital Art & Video Mixed Media, Painting, Printmaking Painting Glass Painting Painting Painting, Drawing, Paint n Sip Ceramics, Painting, Mixed Media Jewellery, Painting Painting, Ceramics Mixed Media, Arts, Crafts

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Art Unlimited Art Collection, University of Stirling Cairnlea Art Jaggy Thistle Glass The Central Scotland School of Jewellery East Neuk Studio MacKintosh Artist in Residence West Moss-side Flanders Moss National Nature Reserve Park Gallery

Camphill Blair Drummond Dunblane Art Club G.O.S.S.I.P. Tillyrie Crafts Wishwell

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Forth Valley College Annual Degree and Diploma Show The Department of Creative Industries at Forth Valley College is once again pleased to announce their annual Degree and Diploma Show. The free exhibition is open to the general public and will be held at the Stirling Campus from Friday 7 June until Wednesday 12 June 2019. The exhibition will showcase work across a wide range of media including art, design, sculpture, installation, video and audio created by learners from the BA Art and Design, HND Contemporary Art Practice, HND Graphic Design, HND Photography and HND Art and Design programmes, as well as the talent of students across courses in Media and Sound Production. Stirling Campus, Drip Road, Stirling FK8 1SE

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ARE YOU A LOCAL VISUAL ARTIST OR CRAFT MAKER? Funding awards available for visual artists and craft makers 2019/2020

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Falkirk Community Trust, West Lothian, Stirling and Clackmannanshire Councils are committed to supporting the work of their resident Visual Artists & Craft Makers and encouraging innovative professional practice. Falkirk Community Trust, West Lothian, Stirling and Clackmannanshire Councils, in partnership with Creative Scotland, have established the FORTH VALLEY VISUAL ARTIST & CRAFT MAKER AWARDS SCHEME as a means of assisting individuals with the immediate costs of researching, creating and presenting new work. Priority will be given to proposals that clearly demonstrate the quality of work and ongoing commitment to developing their practice. FUNDS AVAILABLE AND DEADLINES Please specify which award you are applying for on your application form. Awards are available from £500 to a maximum of £1500. The next deadline will be October 2019 (date to be confirmed). Please keep an eye on the website and in the local press for updates. For more information please contact gillian.smith@falkirkcommunityytrust.org www.falkirkcommunitytrust.org

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