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Arts and crafts in Grampian

Grampian has a population of around 563,000 and covers approximately 3,371 square miles. Here is a list of counties in Grampian: Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire, Moray.



Weybridge, Aberdeen City

Handmade decoupage art. Ranging from framed artwork, decoupage wall hangings, oyster ...

Balance and Bloom

Balance and Bloom

London, Aberdeen City

About us We are a small family business handcrafting Crystal infused successories that ...

Crtn Jewellery

Crtn Jewellery

Brighton, Aberdeen City

Taking inspiration from traditional styles, my minimal approach seeks to create jewellery ...

Marble designs UK

Marble designs UK

Hinckley, Aberdeen City

From the initial sculpture in clay, through our own mould-making process to the manufacture ...

Frizzys Furniture

Frizzys Furniture

Keston, Aberdeen City

I started repairing and customising vintage pieces like jewellery boxes, mirrors, small ...

Julie collins

Julie collins

Eltham, Aberdeen City

I am retired, and I do crafts, I make jewellery, cards, and I do art embroidery, I also ...

Mary Symon

(Born 1863 in Dufftown in Moray), Poetry

This Moravian is among the finest Scots war poets. She is a poet of national importance. Her collected poems were published in 1933 in Deveron Days.

George Ashdown Audsley

(Born 1838 in Elgin in Moray), Fiction, Illustration, Music

He is well known as the designer of the Wanamaker Organ but was also an illustrator, architect and writer.

William Brodie

(Born 1815 in Banff in Aberdeenshire), Sculpture

Brodie created many portrait busts of the celebrities of his time.

William Dyce

(Born 1806 in Aberdeen in Aberdeenshire), Art

William Dyce, Scottish artist, helped to establish public art education in Britain.

John Robert Steel

(Born 1804 in Aberdeen in Aberdeenshire), Sculpture

Sir John Robert Steell, Scottish sculptor, is best known piece of work is the statue of Sir Walter Scott.

William Aikman

(Born 1682 in Carney in Aberdeenshire), Painting

William Cairney was a Scottish portrait painter. His style of art was aimed at imitating nature and he used soft and mild colouring and lighting in his work.