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A range of my vibrant, colourful fused glass jewellery will be on show and sale there for the duration of the event, and beyond! Come and enjoy a coffee at the same time! I am taking part in Perthshire Open Studios at the Walkin’ Cafe, Spittalfield.

Inez Jenkins

I’m excited to be opening my home studio in Abernethy for the first time. I’m a willow weaver who hand weaves willow baskets, sculptures, bird houses and bird feeders. I love experimenting with different colours of willow and a range of weaves to add texture and interest to my designs. I’m a firm believer that the functional should be beautiful too. At my studio, you’ll be able to see the tools of the trade, and learn more about the sustainability of willow and its preparation for weaving. I’ll be demonstrating willow basketry and sculpting techniques too, so pop by to chat about all things willow. While you’re here, you can take the chance to look around the beautiful village of Abernethy and its surrounding countryside which inspires my designs.

Rachel’s Willow Designs

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.

jack ravi

My work is heavily influenced by the changing seasons and dramatic Scottish landscapes. More recently I’ve been working with still-lifes, emerging from complex layers of texture and colour. My technique involves variations of thickness with thinned veils of colour, contrasted with sharp areas of brush-marked impasto. Ann studied Graphic Design at Edinburgh College, specialising in Screen Printing. Follow all signs to Castle Menzies and drive into Castle grounds, do not pass the Castle, keep driving uphill towards the walled garden. The Potting Shed has a long glass front. Bunting and signage for POS will be visible.

Ann Ruddy

I love making colourful and quirky fused glass homeware! Come and see a large selection with prices starting at just £5. There’s clocks, coasters, bowls, dishes, lanterns, tealight holders, framed pictures and ornaments to name but a few! You can also have a look at my studio and hear a bit about the fusing process!

Ritzy Glass

Bold and colourful abstracts inspired by the natural environment and all the wonders of the outdoors. The works are done, hopefully, in one sitting with masses of background sketches, photographs and on location monochrome (usually Prussian blue) paintings for reference. The aim is to convey the actual moment of – time -scene – light – feeling – image. All paintings are originals and one offs, there are no prints or reproduced images ever made or available, therefore all the works are unique and never to be repeated. You are very welcome to come to the Moulin Hall and enjoy a full range of paintings and drawings from small Bristol board paper paintings all the way through to large framed canvasses.


The Kiln Creative pottery makes simple functional wares made for everyday enjoyment. All my pottery is handmade, thrown on the potters wheel and fired to stoneware in my kiln. I enjoy making pottery using traditional techniques with a modern design; I hope my pieces add a bit of calm to the users busy day. I have my wheel in my studio looking out into beautiful countryside and the kettle will be on; please come by and say hello!

The Kiln Creative