Artificer

A Fusion of Fine Art & Fine Tweed

Founded in 2014, Artificer is an embodiment going back to the roots of traditionalism of the Arts & Crafts - this unique venture houses studios where warpweftweave studio and Lyon Art Studio  is located. This is where fine art and tweed combine. First and foremose, we are "Working Studios" whcih you can visit and browse. As a unique feature, we are a little bit "quirky" - intermingled between the looms yuo can purchase wonderful paintings, tweeds and Blairgowrie's own 'Berries & Cherries Tartan'. This is alwo where you'll findthe emerging artisans and artists on display, having a selection of gifts, bags, accessories, and ceramics etc. We also offer tuition and one-to-one classes all year round. Don't be afraid to come into the studios - we are open to the public. We migh look busy, with yarn or paint brush in hand, ut we are never too busy to stop and talk to our customers and explain this unique venture and share our passion for the arts and crafts. We are also dog friendly, and sometimes you'll see the manager Coco, a shy but loving springer spaniel in residence!

We are just one of Blairgowrie's many thriving craft shops - we just look different.

Master craftsman and weaver Ashleigh Slater has created a brilliant new tartan inspired by the wealth of delicious berries and cherries grown around Blairgowrie. The much-admired tartan was on display at Ashleigh’s Warpweftweave Studio in Lesley Street during the Perthshire Open Studios and caught the eye of Melanie Thomson of local fruit growers Thomas Thomson (Blairgowrie) Ltd. See here to read more:-  http://visiteastperthshire.co.uk/berries-cherries-tartan

 

Address

  • Street: 37 Leslie Street
  • Postcode: PH10 6AW
  • City: Blairgowrie
  • Country: United Kingdom

Contact

  • Telephone: 07846 486135
  • E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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