Angus McEwan

Over the past 32 years Angus’s Muse has become entwined with his materials. He enjoys exploring textures and surfaces with watercolour and has grown fond of old doors, windows, walls and buildings, in fact anything which is transient in our environment. Angus teaches a variety of subjects and materials but has become better known Internationally for teaching watercolour.

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Craft Scotland

Craft Scotland

Craft Scotland is the national agency for craft.

They work to unite, inspire and champion craft in Scotland.


CREATE is a collaborative exhibiting force of 8 award winning and established craft makers from Edinburgh, Fife and the surrounding areas. With ceramics, textiles, jewellery and print-making, all crafted to the highest standards, CREATE brings together beautiful objects to touch, wear, use or just plain admire.

Fife Contemporary

Fife Contemporary

Fife Contemporary nurtures the creation, understanding and appreciation of high quality contemporary craft and visual art with international significance. Free from the restrictions of a venue we work with partners to create enjoyable and meaningful experiences for all.

Kathy Watts

Kathy Watts is an artist and designer based in Fife, Scotland,U.K.  Kathy is creative director of fashion jewellry company Joe Cool UK Ltd. Her work in the fashion jewellery industry has been a major influence in her practice which explores production and consumption through sculpture and site specific installation.

Kirsty Lorenz

Contemporary artist Kirsty Lorenz is well known for her stunning flower paintings. These range from intricate daisy chains to striking dahlias to wild clover.

Kirsty’s studio is situated on the Ladybank Railway Platform.

Lynsey Ewan

Lynsey is a visual artist, specialising in painting and with particular interests in colour, nature, healing and spirituality. Her work explores the potential for ‘healing’, or making whole, through the creation of her paintings, the energy that is poured into them and the subsequent viewing experience of the finished pieces.