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saga-mariah-sandberg-studio

Meet the maker: Saga-Mariah Sandberg, illustrator

Artist Saga-Mariah Sandberg is inspired by nature, observing plants, insects and the forest
Frances-Priest-in-her-workshop

Meet the maker: Frances Priest, ceramic artist

Frances Priest's most recent work was for the Royal Edinburgh Hospital and it transformed the clinical white walls with colour and interest
Astrid Andreassen making shoes

Meet the maker: Astrid Andreassen, shoe and slipper maker

A. Andreassen's footwear is inspired by nature and Scandinavia’s dramatic landscapes, explains founder Astrid
David-cochrane-weaving-at-Dovecot_Studios

Meet the maker: David J. Cochrane, master weaver

David J. Cochrane tapestries come to life in Edinburgh's Dovecot Studios. Water is a recurring theme
Michael Olsen making a butterfly artwork

Meet the maker: Michael Olsen, butterfly artist

Michael Olsen makes beautiful installations using artificial butterflies and has sold over 250 works since launching his business
Annette Smith

Meet the maker: Annette Smith, chocolatier

Annette Smith makes artisan chocolates using high-quality ingredients and collaborates with other local makers to create new and exciting flavours
Angie Lewin of St Jude’s in her studio in Edinburgh

Meet the maker: Angie Lewin, printmaker

Angie Lewin is the subject of issue 116’s Meet the Maker. Her work depicts the UK's natural flora in linocut and other limited edition prints.

Meet the Maker: Eleanor Paulin, watchmaker

Eleanor Paulin is the subject of issue 116’s Meet the Maker. She runs Glasgow-based watch brand Paulin

Meet the Maker: Chris Turner, Cabinetmaker

You have to love what you do in life. I saw this in my own family, growing up in Northern Ireland. My dad made...

Meet the Maker: Ewan Ogilvie, Cabinetmaker

“I worked as an accountant until I was 40, at which point I decided to take up furniture-making. My biggest challenge was my first kitchen. I took on the job without the vaguest idea of how long it would take…"