Currently, I’m preparing for a few exhibitions that begin in the coming months, these include a group show with Strathearn Gallery, running from 11th February to 12th March, and I am delighted to be exhibiting there again.
I will also be exhibiting with Perthshire Visual Arts Forum, as part of a members’ show, at the Royal Scottish Geographical Society, Fair Maid’s House, Perth. This exhibition forms a part of the Platform event, run by Perthshire Creates, during the last week of March.
Perthshire Open Studios will also be holding their 10th Anniversary Exhibition, at the newly refurbished Civic Hall in the PKC headquarters at 2 High Street. This exhibition also forms part of the Platform event, run by Perthshire Creates.
I’m delighted to have been invited to take part in arTay again this year, part of Perth Festival of the Arts. The arTay marquee will be open to the public from the 18th to 21st May, and promises to showcase some of the best in Scottish visual art. Last year around 300 artworks were exhibited for sale. Entry is free, and well worth a visit. The marquee is located next to Perth Concert Hall. See www.perthfestival.co.uk/event/artay-18-21-may-2017/ for further details.
Into the summer, our Stanley Artists group, previously focused solely on Perthshire Open Studios, will be exhibiting together at Birnam Arts from 4th June. We will, of course, be taking part in Perthshire Open Studios again this year, and more will follow about dates, times and the venue in the coming months.
As more exhibitions arise, I’ll update here 🙂
11 Feb-12 March – ‘Winter Escape’, Strathearn Gallery, Crieff
25 March-1 April – Perthshire Open Studios 10th Anniversary Exhibition, Civic Hall, Perth
18-21 May – ‘arTay’, Perth Festival of the Arts, Perth
3-4 June – ‘Summer Show’, The Lemond Gallery, Bearsden, Glasgow
6 July onwards – Mansfield Park Gallery, Hyndland Road, Glasgow
17 August onwards – ‘In Full Bloom’, No Naked Walls Gallery, Chertsey, Surrey