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4STARYellow Broom

Established from a wealth of experience in art salvage and construction. A creation of products manufactured by hand in the Scottish Highlands

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Helena Emmans

I love absorbing and observing the beautiful ever changing light on the Isle of Skye where I have lived for the past 13 years.I use a subtle palette and paint entirely outside, hoping to capture the mercurial weather, light and moods of the Isle of Skye. I like to portray the feeling of Skye through an intuitive response to the changing landscape and its colours. I often paint in the same places at different times of the day, watching the changing days and seasons.

My hand-dyed thread pieces are inspired by my expressive paintings and I hope capture their essence in a controlled and precise technique. I carefully hand-dye my threads creating a personal palette and very accurately wrap the threads around wood that I have found and delicately shaped.

Helena Emmans
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Derek Young

Derek Young – Abernnethy Art. We are delighted to announce we have 2 fine local gentlemen exhibiting with us this month. Stunning Oil paintings from Derek Young and beautiful watercolours from Jim Gardiner-McDowall, Grantown On Spey. Please feel free to pop in for a browse and admire their fine work.

Derek Young

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Ann Vastano

Born in Bowmore on the Island of Islay in 1972. Brought up on Rothiemurchus Estate, Highlands. Studied at Grays School of Art Aberdeen. I work from my studio at the High Range, Aviemore. I am an exhibiting artist in Scotland and my work is in both public and private collections including the Scottish Parliament and the Royal Bank of Scotland.

Ann Vastano

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Helen Ruth

Helen Ruth is the luxury scarf brand specialising in beautifully vibrant prints that illustrate stories of childhood, fairy tales and Scottish wild life. All Helen Ruth scarves are printed and hand-finished in Scotland.

Helen Ruth

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Aaron Sterritt

In 2010 Aaron Sterritt graduated with a degree in Furniture Crafts from the University of Cumbria and is now living in the Cairngorms National Park, Scotland. In his work he uses a variety of traditional and modern techniques such as, cleaving, stitching, charring and the use of coloured dyes and waxes. He has recently starting sourcing and milling his own timber from local windblown trees.

Aaron Sterritt