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Schrowtimes venue is made up of a collective of 4 artists. Lynne, Carol, Nessa and Malin this will be Malins first open studios. We hope that the mixture of metal and wood sculptures, fused and stained glass, felted Jewellery and pictures, leather journals and mixed medium art will make this venue a must visit. As well as the Studio space there is outdoor sculpture in the large garden where visitors will be able to wander. We are offering free refreshments and baking. Children and dogs welcome.

Lynne Schroder is a community based artist who creates quirky copper sculpture. She loves working with found items which means her sculptures become one off pieces. She will also show her fused glass.
Ceardach Designs grew out of a creative impulse that started in an old smiddy. Colour is at the heart of Carol's work with complementing and contrasting patterns and hues in stained glass and leather.
Malin Holmefjoird Heen of Norse Ember crafts, Nordic farmer, felter, woodcrafter and all things witchy. She carves family groups, animals, boxes and runes. A local artist creating rustic art.
Nessa works with felt making brooches & pictures. She indulges her love of colour, shape & texture, building up layers with wool, fibres, lace, embroidery & a serious addiction to seed beads.
Lynne Schroder
Sculpture
07716740559
Malin Holmefjord Heen
Woodcraft
Carol Russel
Stained Glass
0781034762
Nessa walker
Felter
Lynne schroder
07716740559
£3 to £800
Opening Hours
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Lenymede, Leny road, Callander,Perthshire and Kinross
FK17 8AJ

Follow A84 to the west end of Callander, past Poppies Hotel on the right side of road, Lenymede is on the left just past the Leny Fues turn off. What3words: buzzards.lived.desktop Studio space is down to the right.

There will be no formal demostrations or times but the artist on shift will be working on their art from anvil skills,glass cutting and felting

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