Smailholm Village Hall
Smailholm Village Hall

Kinsman Blake Gallery

Pottery, Jeweller/Silversmith, and Gallery


Kinsman-Blake Ceramics is based in the centre of Smailholm, on the Melrose Road.  The Pottery is open every day except Mondays.  For more information about the Pottery, click here.


The Gallery contains pictures by Linda Kinsman-Blake, Robyn Kinsman-Blake, the work of graphic designer Lillian Kinsman Blake, on whose website you will find more examples of her screen prints and illustrations. There are also  works by other artists, and occasional exhibitions.


Woodcraft also features, with small wooden items such as spoons and salt boxes by Rankin Kinsman-Blake, and handcrafted wooden furniture by Adrian McCurdy.  Greetings cards created from the work of Linda and Robyn Kinsman-Blake are also available.


An Edinburgh College of Art jewellery graduate, Robyn Kinsman-Blake (who was nominated for the 2010 Jolomo Arts and Crafts Awards) is a jeweller and silversmith.  Aware of the ethical and environmental impacts of the jewellery trade, Robyn produces new work, but also enjoys the challenge of transforming old jewellery, stones and silverware into new and contemporary pieces.  More information about Robyn's work can be found here.

Visit the Kinsman Blake Gallery  website for more information.

We are located at:

Smailholm Village Hall




If you have any queries or wish to make an appointment, please contact us.

01573 460254

or use the form on our Contact page.

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