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In Studio hosts are glass artist Mary Frith and jeweller Victoria Murray. 


Mary Frith

A fused glass artist and teacher Mary works from a small studio in her garden in Haddington. Her work, in both art glass and recycled glass, is inspired by the colours and shapes of the coast and landscape of East Lothian


Victoria Murray

A jeweller Inspired by natural forms, Victoria works in silver and copper.  Her designs are enhanced using chasing and repousse, forming and enamel. She is based in Haddington.

Invited collaborators


Elaine Edwardson, jeweller

Elaine's inspiration is wide-ranging, from landforms to classic designs.  Based near Musselburgh, she works predominantly in silver.  She also embellishes her work with pearls and semi-precious stones.


Tina Köster, jeweller

Tina's designs are bold and contemporary.  She works in silver, sometimes adding interesting stones to enhance her pieces.


Karen Rogers, mixed media artist

Drawing inspiration from nature and the landscape in East Lothian, Karen uses mixed media such as collage to build up layers, mostly with acrylics, in order to create a variety of marks. She also creates textile work which incorporates mixed media. Her landscapes include abstracted elements of the layers and fragments of the natural and man-made environment. She is based in Haddington

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