Sculptor who creates sculptural ceramic vessels using a process called ‘naked raku’ and sells them from her home gallery.
Moyra Stewart creates sculptural ceramic vessels in various sizes using a process called ‘naked raku’, a method of applying a decorative glaze to the vases during firing. Her art is regularly displayed and sold in galleries around the UK and is inspired by Lewisian Gneiss, five million-year-old rock found on the Hebridean isle of Lewis and Harris, which bears natural decorative formations. She sells her work – as well as the wood sculptures of her husband John Smith – at their Balquhidder Gallery, while Stewart also offers pottery classes at the Steeple in Newburgh.
- Provides: Wheelchair access
- Open since: 2010