Tag: North East in Blairgowrie

We are a group of ten painters passionate about our art. We work in a wide range of mediums and our approach is both contemporary and traditional . Having painted together for a number of years, the studio has been part of Open Studios since its inception.


I love making my art from scraps of glass and ceramics. The possibilities are endless, from indoor and outdoor pieces which catch the light and make you smile. I will be exhibiting with family in Blairgowrie. Come and see the most spectacular views and enjoy a wee cuppa.

Lesley Bruce

I mostly work Stained Glass but sometimes incorporate other materials as well. I produce pieces ranging from small items of Jewellery to a wide selection of Sun Catchers, Candle Holders and various decorative pieces. I also occasionally make other bespoke, larger pieces of work. I try where possible to use glass which makes the best use of available light. I work collaboratively with a few family members who are also keenly interested in Arts and Crafts work. We hope to have a Facebook page called ”CREATIVE KIN” up and running well before the Open Studio Event in September

John Anderson

I enjoy making attractive and plumptious covers for well worn chairs and other bright and functional textile items, bags cushions, etc. As a family group venture we have lots to share. Textiles, gorgeous glass, pictures, cards, a lovely view and refreshments. We look forward to seeing you.

Ruthie Anderson

Suzanne is a multi-media artist and fine art portraitist. Under the name Jessie Street Art, she works primarily in oils, watercolour and more recently on glass. Since relocating from Orkney where her artistic practice was strongly influenced by her life near the sea, Suzanne has found new inspiration in the beautiful and historic Perthshire landscape. Suzanne aims to go beyond the constraints of traditional realism in her work, and to adopt an experimental approach towards her subject. A member of Perthshire Artisans, Suzanne works with traditional materials like oils, watercolour, ink and glass. What makes her practice experimental is her interest in exploring the use of tools and technology not usually combined with traditional methods. At her studio you will see a variety of imaginative oils and watercolours, glass work and light installations. She also carries out portrait commissions. Please note access to the studio is up a flight of 20 stairs.

Jessie Street Art

Mostly self taught artist and photographer. I paint in various mediums including watercolour, acrylic, pastel, also pen and ink. Some of my inspiration comes from the beautiful Glens and Strathmore but I also produce some abstract paintings. I will have on display Paintings, Photographs, Silk Paintings, Silk Scarves, Coasters, Table Mats along with greetings cards. etc. Tea or Coffee available. Longleys Studio is situated in a small cottage located at the side of the A94 approx two miles West of Meigle and three miles East of Coupar Angus on a fast bit of road. Light brown fence.


jack is a collage and assemblage artist, who creates with found objects sourced from the past, and from nature. jack’s work revolves around the creation of new narratives around found objects, sourced in antique and vintage shops, nature and city walks, and also online. Particularly drawn to black and white photos of unknown people, jack likes to add a sense of memory and identity to forgotten people kept in a dusty box in an attic. Drawing from the collective unconscious, jack’s pieces tend to explore themes of loss, memory and identity, evoking a sense of simplicity and storytelling around the campfire. jack’s creative process involves a mindful and personal, free-flowing expression without much planning, offering just a glimpse and a suggestion, which allows for individual emotional responses. Overall, jack’s work is celebrated for its stirring and sensitive storytelling, with each object carefully selected to convey a meaningful message.

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