In Studio hosts are glass artist Mary Frith, painter and mixed media artist Carol Duff and jeweller Victoria Murray. 



Carol Duff

A graduate of Edinburgh College of Art and Leith School of Art, Carol lives and works in East Lothian.  She is a mixed media artist and painter, working from her studio that looks out onto the garden; a major source of inspiration. Her artwork is all about positivity and energy: colour, pattern and texture taken from the natural world. 

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

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


Kirsty Odds

Kirsty Odds is a handweaver, who works from her garden studio in Aberlady.  She creates fresh, contemporary pieces predominantly for use in interiors and accessories on traditional looms. The seasons are often reflected in her work, whether influencing colours, textures or yarns.  Come Spring, the bright, light airiness that flourishes tends to prompt her to play with a brighter colour palette, giving rise to joyful fabrics. 


Patty Gordon

Patty, who lives near Pencaitland, creates delicate, organic jewellery inspired by nature.  She works predominantly in silver, but also in copper and fused glass.

Elaine Edwardson

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.  



Sally Moore

Sally takes her inspiration from nature, particularly from the seas, landscapes and wildlife of Scotland. Sally loves creating texture and often uses acid etching, roll printing and hammering to enhance her work. She is based in Pencaitland. To contact Sally e-mail: