Frances Scott is a photographer and designer from Orkney. A graduate of Glasgow School of Art, her photographic work often focuses on journeys – including explorations of Toronto’s tangled ravine system, a documentation of Scotland’s A9 road, and most recently a two-year project walking the length of the Orkney Mainland coastline. She predominantly creates her […]Read more "Vore Tullye / Gore Vellye"
A photo diary by Scottish embroiderer Rosie Noon, who recently spent a month in the Slovakian town for Kezmarok learning traditional textiles skills and what it taught her.Read more "Made in Slovakia"
Recently, I interviewed Naomi Endicott who has just completed MA Knitwear (Design, Heritage and Production) at Heriot Watt and runs the blog humbleknit. We chatted about archiving craft, sustainability and identity. We asked the Teran followers on Instagram to send us questions about what they would like to know and here are Naomi’s answers.Read more "Archiving Craft: Naomi Endicott"
Fine art photographer Laura Dow visited Scottish cabinet maker Gary Luke to see his workshop and found herself interested in the tools he used, hand-making his own when he needed to.Read more "A Healthy Measure of Sentimentality"
A new photo series by textile artist Louise Barrington.Read more "The Poetics of Space"
‘For the longest time, traditional has been synonymous with being an art of a time that is past, though its first definition is more importantly the art of a land or the art of a people.’ Celina Bussière considers the meaning of tradition within the constantly changing Canadian landscape.Read more "Waiting for Interpretation"
A series of cyanotypes evocative of being underwater by visual artist, Katie Harris-MacLeod.Read more "Drowning was not your fate"