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Shop Member Profiles


Lynda Marshall – Lynda Marshall Original Artist

Lynda is a local pastel artist specialising in Scottish landscapes, seascapes and moonlight scenes, with work in several local galleries.

Also, a textile artist, creating original artworks in wool, inspired by her love of animals, especially sheep and all things woolly. Through her practice she actively promotes the versatility and sustainability of wool.

Lynda prints on silk, using only leaves, flowers and natural plant material, creating original scarves and wraps.

Willing to share her knowledge she teaches pastel painting, wet felting, felt painting and botanical printing in local workshops.


Andy Easton – Timbertop Pens and Blanks

Andrew offers Beautiful Pens of various styles, he specialises in Hand Cast Coloured Resins also Pens made using blanks from Exotic woods,

Timbertop Pens produces a variety of Pen and Pencils, Perfume Dabbers, Letter Openers, Rainbow Mushrooms, and Resin curios and Resin Blanks.

He also offers for sale Pen and Bottle Stopper Blanks for the discerning Wood Turner.

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Peter Fordyce - PDF Woodturning

Peter uses mainly locally sourced woods to hand turn his sought-after chopping boards, bowls and clocks.
He also produces larger items for the home ranging from coffee tables and large mirrors to table lamps and wine racks.


Joan Fordyce - Jopet

I have been a Knitter since Primary School.

Then, it was Cotton Dishcloths and Socks.

I still do not like “Turning the Heel”

Nowadays, I stick to Scarves, Hats, Mittens etc.

I do Baby Hats, but not Jackets.

Teacozies are another Favourite, and Blankets which

I knit for Dogs and Cats Charities.

Aran Sweaters were once my Thing, but now

I stay on Smaller Items.

All my Work can be seen in Hand Pict Showcase Gallery

in Letham.

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Geoff Riley - Artist

Geoff is a Yorkshire man now living and painting in Scotland. He studied Art at Bradford Art College during the early 1960’s followed by further studies to qualify as a teacher. During his working years in a variety of schools Geoff continued painting focusing on the rugged landscapes of Northern England and exhibiting his work at galleries in Bradford, Saltaire, Ilkley and York. A further interest is a fascination with recreating the disappearing townscapes of the recent past.

 Geoff and his family moved to Scotland in 2006 and quickly established himself selling via art galleries in Pitlochry, Inverurie and Carnoustie.  Joining Angus Crafts Association gave Geoff further followings of customers via the many large Craft/Arts events held across Angus and Neighbouring counties. A wide range of Geoff’s original paintings and prints, both framed and just mounted ready for framing, can now be viewed at Hand Pict Showcase Gallery in Letham Village.

Geoff will also welcome enquiries for commissioning a painting.

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