Here's a super handy blog post filled with ideas and resources for artists, makers and creatives who are currently lacking inspiration and struggling with motivation! As usual, we've not been endorsed by any of the organisations mentioned below, we're simply sharing some useful ideas and resources that we've come across to help other artists and … Continue reading 5 Ideas to Shake Up Your Creative Practice!
It's around this time when most folks start to ditch their New Year's resolutions... So here's the first in a wee series of blog posts that will hopefully give you a boot up the backside and inspire more creativity for the year ahead! This one's all about classes and workshops so if you're looking to … Continue reading 5 Workshops & Classes to Inspire Your Creative Side in 2022
Struggling for gift ideas and want to shop handmade this Christmas but don't know where to look? Why not check out our fabulous Artists' Tuck Shop Handmade Christmas Gift Guide for which we've compiled together a list of some of our favourite UK-based artists, designers and traders so you can shop small, shop local and … Continue reading Artists’ Tuck Shop’s Handmade Christmas Gift Guide 2021
With the festive season now upon us and the return of local, handmade Christmas markets now in full swing, we ask local Glasgow-based artist and illustrator Jennie Bates to pass on her top tips for fellow traders looking to set up their first market stall this Christmas! Jennie Bates at Park Lane Market, Glasgow I’m … Continue reading Top Tips for Setting Up Your First Market Stall by Glasgow Based Artist & Illustrator Jennie Bates
Guest blog post by Harriet Jenkins, one of the 25 artists & collaborators who contributed a recipe and images to our self-published artist-made cookbook, Make Bake Cook Book. Harriet Jenkins is a Glasgow based artist with a BA in Jewellery Design and Silversmithing from The Glasgow School of Art. Specialised as a silversmith, she also … Continue reading How bread brought me here. An artists reflections