Sheila grew up on a farm in Orkney, working the land with her family, and developed a lifelong interest in geology. Land, stone and rock formations have continued to inspire Sheila and influence her designs over the years.
As glacial ice moves and changes, rocks of different shapes and sizes are carried with it, often coming....
Flagstones—or flags—have a unique texture and are used for fencing in parts of Caithness, with animals using them....
A collection inspired by the dramatic and breathtaking headlands around the coastline of Orkney, Sheila’s island home.
Sheila grew up at Hoxa Head on the island of South Ronaldsay, an area that overlooks the entrance....
Sheila has interpreted the graceful shape of Orkney's low-lying landscape into an elegant collection in sterling silver and....
The inspiration for these pieces come from Sheila's fascination with rock formations and their origin.
This collection captures the magical dawn moment when the mountains surrounding Loch Lomond are reflected in the loch’s....
A contemporary collection inspired by the matrix and structure of rock, and textured using a process called reticulation....
Matrix Embrace is a contemporary collection inspired by the matrix and structure of rock, and textured using a....
While at Edinburgh College of Art, Sheila joined a lapidary club so she could cut and polish the stones and pebbles....
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