December is here, and the festive season is well and truly upon us. We’re marking the end of 2019 with our extensive festive market, and we want you to join us.
To help you make the most of the market and have a good idea of what you can get and when, here’s a run-down of our 2019 dates. Click through on each one to find out who is exhibiting that day and what you can get your hands on!
Let’s take a look at the traders joining us on Wednesday, 18th December:
Award-winning Scottish landscape photography. www.neilbarr.co.uk
For Scottish Fudge, Tablet, Macaroon and Chocolate Truffles handmade in the heart of Scotland, call into our December market to visit Funky Fudge. Based at the beautiful Loch Lomond Shores, they have something for everyone. Check out their page below and come round and say hi every weekend in December on Royal Exchange Square! https://www.facebook.com/Funky-Fudge-535123889926866/
Cohen – Art
Born in 1978 and originally from Saskatchewan, Canada, Cohen has travelled extensively and draws inspiration for her work wherever she goes. Since 2011, she has resided in Glasgow, Scotland and consequently the beautiful landscapes of Scotland have become the focus of her recent work, with an emphasis on the sky, the mountains, trees and water. https://cohen-art.com
Monika Alff & Daphne Hamilton
Monika creates collages on paper, canvas and on home accessories. Her images are informed by the surreal and semi-abstract. She loves strong colours and gets inspiration from her natural surroundings.
Daphne works a lot with alcohol inks and uses these on a variety of supports including tiles. Her images contain gentle humour and often describe Scottish situations without using clichés. https://m.facebook.com/MAexperimentalArt
Cruelty free makeup brushes. Www.bamboobrushes.com
Hand made local pottery. Stefbaxterpottery.com
Unique and individually handcrafted gifts from recycled horseshoes. Wombleshoes.co.uk
Rachel Rogers, the designer and maker behind RR Designs, is based in Glasgow where she creates sterling silver collections that explore the sculptural elements within jewellery design, often using 3D paper models to generate basic forms and shapes. By translating these into metal, through experimenting with techniques and processes such as foldforming, Rachel seeks to exploit the materials natural ductile and malleable qualities. www.rrdesigns.org
Endurance Beard Company
Endurance Beard Company is Scotland's leading small batch beardcare company, specialising in premium beard oils, beard balms and more! https://endurancebeardco.co.uk/
dandy horse designs
Hand printed organic fair trade tshirts featuring 19th century bicycle designs. Dandyhorsedesigns.co.uk
Together we can give nature the home it needs! With support from you, we protect wildlife and the wider countrysideyou love. You can help save nature, starting in your garden, window-box or on your balcony.
Read more at https://www.rspb.org.uk/#DSqaWkqjX65zphjZ.99
Process is imbued in Donnelly’s work. Her oil paintings, sculpture and etchings use methods of ‘carving’ (using a hot iron with oil/encaustic and carving/etching tools) reflecting a ‘carving’ out or revealing of a subject’s more hidden or censored aspects. In a similar way her performative work seeks to ‘carve’ out some covered over nugget of history or political unrest. https://anwenarts.wordpress.com
Kelly Coyle Art
My name is Kelly and I am a Glasgow based professional photographer and artist. I started off my journey as a photographer when my 8 years old was born as it became important for me to capture the fleeting moments. I then found I had a talent in painting when I added some body paint into some of my portrait work and decided to try it out on canvas and was surprised at my success. I am lucky enough to have one of my body paint creations hanging in St Mungo's Museum. www.kellycoyleart.com
For more market dates and traders, check out our date list here!