Wednesday 9 August 2017

Edinburgh Festival exhibition at Scottish Arts Club, August 2017

Visit my exhibition at the Scottish Arts Club throughout the 2017 Edinburgh Festival.

24 Rutland Square

Until 2nd September

Exhibitions are visitable Tues - Sat, 11 - 5. When you get to the front door you normally have to ring for entry - don't be scared! It's open to all and is free.

Entering the Club my exhibition is down the stairs on your right, in the Geddes Gallery. It's a small space so I'm displaying a collection of unframed artworks from my nature & wildlife explorations around the country. Almost all were painted/sketched from life, out in the landscape. Most are previously unexhibited. Unfortunately there is no wheelchair access down these stairs.

Different exhibitions are on each floor of the Club so please take time to have a full nosey. There are Frances Macdonald's richly textured coastal oils, Canadian landscapes from Alfred G. Villeneuve, a cabinet of curiosities by Fiona Dean and from 11th Aug also the wooden sculptures of Teresa Hunyadi. The Club is a Festival Fringe Venue, to see what else is happening click here.

My exhibition & how to purchase
For those who aren't able to get to Edinburgh this post shows the artworks and price list.

If you wish to make a purchase please call the Club on 0131 229 8157 or email to make sure it hasn't already sold and to arrange payment.

If you wish to see higher res images of any artworks please let me know which via my website or my Facebook Artist Page.

About the Club
The Scottish Arts Club is a very special retreat in the centre of Edinburgh. A relaxing place to be with a very friendly membership. Exhibitions are held every month as well as talks, recitals, concerts, lots of art workshops and more. There's an excellent restaurant for lunches and evening meals.

If you're interested in becoming a Member of the Club please ask a member of staff or contact them using the methods above. Under-35s receive special membership rates. More info here.

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