Work for sale

I prefer to engage with my customers on a personal level rather than an online shop and therefore sell my artwork through contact by email, Facebook or telephone. I show at various events throughout the region and from my own Mull of Gallery studio which is open most days and by appointment.

I am happy to send work to you, I can take payment by direct bank transfer, cheque or Paypal so if you see a piece you would like to purchase, please contact me to arrange details.

Currently Available

The Mull of Gallery – Grace Rogerson

The Mull of Gallery – Grace Rogerson

 GRACE ROGERSONGrace lives and works in Dumfries and Galloway. Grace makes beautifully coloured fused glass pieces.Please pop along to the gallery to see first hand the beautiful colours and designs.Please email me for further enquiries about Grace's work in the...

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The Mull of Gallery – Peter Lamb

The Mull of Gallery – Peter Lamb

 PETER LAMBPeter lives and paints in Drummore. He has been painting for three years since relocating to the area. He is hugely inspired by wildlife, particularly in the local area. Peter is happy to discuss commissions, you can contact him through this page or...

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Fibre miniatures

Fibre miniatures

 UPDATE 26.7.2020 SOLD 4, just 2 available  - Bottom right Sheep and top left coloured seascape.Fibre miniaturesThese are small fibre paintings in merino fibre and mulberry silks which have been laid out and trapped behind glass compressing the fibres, but also dulls...

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Mull Life

Mull Life

Mull LifeThree fibre paintings;“Young Man” – hare“Bloo Coo’ – cow“Hello Curly” – ram These were great fun to make and are very loosley needlefelted with bergschafe fibre and mullberry silks and are not wet felted therefore they are under glass, each one is in a 12.5...

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The Mull Of Gallery

The Mull Of Gallery

 WE ARE OPEN!The Mull of Gallery is situated on the road to the Mull of Galloway Lighthouse, you cannot miss us! Look out for our brand new signage and our sign in the centre of Drummore village. As you can see from the photos, we have worked really hard to get ready...

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Frugs

Frugs

'FRUGS'These are my felt making take on the traditional wooden 'Trug' hence my new name 'Frug'!A trug is a vessel traditionally made from wood, its history derived from the word 'Trog' being an Anglo Saxon word for wooden vessel. They were used for measuring grain and...

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The Mull of Gallery – Michelle Johnson

The Mull of Gallery – Michelle Johnson

MICHELLE JOHNSON - SIMPLY PIDGEMichelle of 'Simply Pidge' has been weaving , spinning and dyeing for 15 years. She has woven on multi shaft looms but now favours the simple, yet more creative saori style. She starts by dyeing fleece in her studio on the South Rhins....

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The Mull of Gallery – Glenda Waterworth

The Mull of Gallery – Glenda Waterworth

GLENDA WATERWORTH Glenda is an artist who dyes pure natural fibre and yarn in a range of beautiful colours for knitters, crocheters, spinners, weavers and felters. Her products are ethically sourced and include silk, bamboo, cotton, linen, cashmere, alpaca and various...

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The Mull of Gallery – Ann Hadland

The Mull of Gallery – Ann Hadland

ANN HADLAND - BLACKHILL SOAPS Anne makes handmade soaps and shampoo bars from all natural ingredients. Her products do not use palm oil, SLS or parabens and are not packaged in any plastic. They are comestically safety assessed and are vegan/ vegetarian...

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The Mull of Gallery – John Nimmo

The Mull of Gallery – John Nimmo

JOHN NIMMO - THE CLAYHOLE POTTER John produces both earthenware and stoneware ceramics from his base at the Clayhole Pottery just outside Stranraer.White earthenware clay is wheel thrown and decorated with coloured slips and underglazes using motifs based on the flora...

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The Mull of Gallery – Jane Fraser

The Mull of Gallery – Jane Fraser

JANE FRASER  Jane is an artist working with wood, combining her creations with artistic pyrography. Jane's art practice developed through discovery, substituting paper for wood and the pencil for a hot wire. Jane's response to the natural environment is evident in her...

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The Mull of Gallery – Liz Wood

The Mull of Gallery – Liz Wood

LIZ WOODLiz started crocheting again after retiring to Port Logan three years ago. She began to make soft toys for the children of family and friends. She uses a premium yarn to create the beautiful “squidgyness” of the toys which ensures every one of “Lizzie’s Hugs”...

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The Mull of Gallery – Magghi McLean

The Mull of Gallery – Magghi McLean

 MAGGHI MCLEAN Puffinpatchworks was set up in 2010 in Edinburgh by Magghi Mclean to design and sell patchwork cushions and quilts. Magghi is now based in Creetown.The ethos of the business is to re-use and recycle as much fabric as possible. Magghi sources her tweed...

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The Mull of Gallery – Joy Hadley

The Mull of Gallery – Joy Hadley

JOY HADLEYWorking with fabric and often adding embroidery, Joy loves to sew bags and handmade gifts, many of which are one offs.The bags stocked by the Gallery are all handmade and unique to this location. Joy loves to share her lifelong passion for sewing and...

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The making of Hedgerow Collection

The making of Hedgerow Collection

    The making of Hedgerow Collection greeting cards/miniature felt paintings that can be framed.From initially laying out the long strips of prefelt, I selected the colours I wanted to use to reflect our stunning hedgerows at different times of the day on the Mull of...

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Wet Felted Silk Flower Brooches

Wet Felted Silk Flower Brooches

Handmade Brooches - sold in these pairs so that you can keep one and gift one! Ideal for adorning that favourite hat, bag, scarf or the lapel of a lovey coat! Each pair is £22 including postage to UK - please enquire for rest of world postage rates.Each one is wet...

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Gorse Breeze and Early Evening

Gorse Breeze and Early Evening

UPDATE 23.5.2020 GORSE BREEZE SOLDGorse Breeze and Early Evening are two wet felted paintings I have had in process since Wednesday this week.They are both now finished and framed.They are both constructed from wet felted merino fibres, some hand dyed and variagated...

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Spring Fling 2020 Linda Irving & Jane Fraser

Spring Fling 2020 Linda Irving & Jane Fraser

Spring Fling 2020 On the eve of would have been our exciting set-up day for this weekends event, Blue Route O1 and 02 entries in the Spring Fling brochure, myself and Jane Fraser would have been plotting and planning how to best set up and show you our work! We had...

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Wet felting Kits

Wet felting Kits

Wet felting kits; these are very popular and designed for the absolute beginner as well as those with some felting experience. I have three 'Bag-a-workshop' kits available. Have a look through my gallery to find examples of pictures of seascapes, sunsets and flowers...

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A5 Sketchbooks

A5 Sketchbooks

Update - Sold Seaweed 17.05.2020Two sea themed sketchbooks A5 hardbacks with wet felted and free stitched removable and reusable covers. Sea Slug and Seaweed each have a hand stitched bookmark and are partly nuno felted with silk. Each has a 3D aspect to the cover of...

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A6 Mini sketchbooks

A6 Mini sketchbooks

Four miniature A6 sketchbooks, wet felted with additional mulberry silks and free stitch. Quality hardback 140gsm paper inner, the covers are removable and reusable! Great fun! £22 each incl pp UK. Please email for payment details.

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Mull Cove

Mull Cove

Newly finished ‘Mull Cove’ is slightly more abstract in my approach to felt and free stitch. I have used some of Glenda Waterworth’s hand dyed variegated fibres and some standard colours to make this felt painting. It has additional nepps and mulberry silks. At 12.5...

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Blueberry Sea

Blueberry Sea

Wet felted merino fibre, some hand dyed, and free stitched painting with locks and mulberry silks this image is my interpretation of a typical scene in and around the stunning Mull of Galloway seashores at this time of year. Framed in grey 8 “ square £48 incl pp UK....

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