Taking inspiration from the picturesque village of Culross in West Fife, with its famous ochre palace and shell garden, it’s former Cistercian abbey, its distinctive cobbled streets and architecture and its stunning sea location, a selection of artists including printer, Hilke Macintyre, painters Michelle Cohen and Sarah Anderson, and ceramicist Eleanor Caie provide their personal and unique interpretation of this beautifully restored 17th century former port.
Gallery owner and jeweller, Lindsey Marchant said, “Culross is such a timeless place, steeped in history and charm, with our gallery itself housed at the heart of the town in the atmospheric 18th Sandhaven, alongside Biscuit Cafe. I wanted to bring together a group of artists to celebrate the many inspirational aspects of the village, through various mediums including painting, textiles, photography, glass and ceramics and I’ll also be introducing my new Culross jewellery collection as part of the exhibition. With so much local talent to choose from, I hope this exhibition will be both a celebration of Culross and its diverse and gifted wider artistic community.”
Image Credit: Wee hooses by Natasha Phoenix
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