I then took my wife on to see where Adrienne McStay works. The address is of a farm, but the setting, although rural, is not mixed with animals and equipment. Her studio is the old dairy of the farm, with interesting rounded ends to the building, and tiled floors. Surrounding her studio are a number of the wood and glass objects she creates. There also is a large canvas covered area to allow her to work outside. Also of course there is a furnace and an annealing oven for her glass work.
These open studio events are really interesting for the maker and general public alike. You can also purchase items direct from the artist, or commission work from them. We purchased a few things:
Amethyst Sea Stone
Green Sea Stone
These are, if you like modern takes on paperweights. I like them for their feel in my hand. Maybe these are my new worry beads.
The Fife Open Studios run until 5pm on Monday. Get along to some of them if you can