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Perth museum opened its doors on Saturday 30th March 2024 after 27 million pound redevelopment project, this world-class cultural heritage attraction highlights the fascinating objects and stories that put Perth and Kinross at the Centre Of Scotland‘s story. At the heart lies the Stone of Destiny, also known as the Stone of Scone. A powerful symbol of Scotland, it is wreathed in myths.

Perth Museum

Atmospheric Landscapes, Oil and Cold Wax on Board and Oil on Paper. Based near Aberfeldy, I am an artist who is inspired by the big skies of Perthshire and the West Coast of Scotland. I spend as much time as possible sketching outdoors in all weathers and my paintings capture my emotional response to the atmosphere, sense of place and ever changing patterns of light that constantly inspire me. I love working with oil paints and cold wax to create texture. I will be exhibiting along with: Cathy Wagstaff- Mixed Media Artist whose atmospheric landscapes evoke freedom and can uplift the spirits and Libby Scott- Mixed Media Artist whose vibrant Abstract Landscapes are full of energy and drama. We are three North Highland Perthshire Artists who frequently work in collaboration, meeting up for sketching sessions (as well as coffee, cake and chat) in and around Perthshire which inspire our work. Our connection is our fascination for the rural landscape, we each express the drama and mood of Perthshire land and skies in our own way. Directions: From Aberfeldy, drive through town on the A827-Dunkeld St, at the traffic lights turn right onto B846- Taybridge Road. Cross over Wades Bridge onto Poplar Ave. and continue through Weem for 1.5miles along B846. Turn right at Camserney sign, the hall and parking is just on your left. Friday 6th September, Saturday 7th September, Sunday 8th September.

Louise MacDonald – Camserney Hall

Martin Ridley Home/Studio/Gallery. Worked as a professional wildlife and landscape artist since 1989. Painting primarily in oils, Martin has spent his lifetime developing a knowledge of the field, essential for this style of work. Combined with conceptual composition, the attention to animal behaviour, habitat detail and lighting creates an accurate and yet artistic rendition. Above all else he favours compositional ideas where the effects of lighting and the drama of weather conditions play a key role, striving to capture those wildlife encounters made even more “magical” by the elements.

Martin Ridley Ltd

We are two sisters living in Aberfeldy who have created this wee gem of a shop and typically one of us will be behind the counter. We have a gorgeous range of indoor plants alongside individually made works of art from across Scotland and beyond. We support Local, Scottish and British makers and try very hard to supply something different…..and very gorgeous of course!

Edith and Grace

One of the U.K.’s oldest collections, features works by influential modern Scottish artists, including Joan Eardley, Sir William McTaggart, Calum Colvin, and Alison Watt. The gallery is the new home of the Ferguson collection, which features works by JD Ferguson and Margaret Morris.

Perth Art Gallery

We are an artist-run gallery in a row of historical cottages. We host an eclectic mix of contemporary Scottish sculpture, paintings, glass, ceramics, wood, metal, mosaic, textiles and much more. Beyond the main exhibition space we have 5 working studios, with an additional large workshop/event space. We have something to suit most tastes and budgets and its an opportunity to purchase something that is not mass produced whilst supporting the creative community. There is a Cafe and Gin Tasting within 100 yards, woodland walk and its a short stroll to Glamis Castle. Well behaved dogs welcome!

Glamis Gallery

What’s the future for wild places? Why not come along to our visitor centre to find out! Located in the centre of Pitlochry, in the heart of Highland Perthshire, our visitor centre and gallery is an ideal stop-off if you’re passing by on the A9. The inside space is constructed from native windblown timber and features: • Unique audio journeys, which whisk you to Sandwood Bay, Ben Nevis, Knoydart and Skye. • Activities for kids • The Alan Reece Gallery displays changing works from different artists throughout the year, currently you can enjoy a multimedia exhibition of artwork inspired by ‘freedom for wild places’ until the 28th June 2024. • A selection of books, branded products and other merchandise for sale, now also including products from the ‘John Muir Way’. We specialise in art that is inspired by the natural world. As a conservation charity we aim to inspire people to connect with wild places: whether it’s a painting of a woodland, a photograph of the top of a Munro or a woollen wildlife creation. A percentage of the profits from each sale go towards protecting wild places.

John Muir Trust

We offer an eclectic and quirky selection of artwork in many media, including lots of 3D, by emerging and established Scottish artists. In a light and bright gallery space, the front of which is entirely glass, the artwork is the focus and there is room to stand back and enjoy. Our exhibition schedule has the display changing every six weeks with featured artists alongside mixed exhibitions of gallery favourites. Highlights this year so far has been the “Birds of a Feather” exhibition our first themed exhibition that was very well received, particularly the 3d birds in wire, copper, fabric and felt. In September, as part of the Open Studios Festival, our exhibition will include three of our artists who also work days in the gallery exhibiting and demonstrating the techniques they use to create their artwork. The three include Marianne Dey painter (landscapes, abstracts and printmaking), Lorna Radbourne glass artist (whose studio is called “Catriona Studio” creates stained, painted and fused glass in everything from sculptures to jewellery) and Angela Thomson textiles and furniture (Harris Tweed 3d art, upcycled furniture, decoupage, candles and felted jewellery). The artwork in the gallery includes paintings, textiles, stained, painted, fused and kiln formed glass, ceramics, copper and wire sculpture, mosaics, upcycled furniture, jewellery, journals, basketweave, mixed media, 3d printed mountains, lamps and lampshades, decoupaged scallop shells, candles & soaps, cards and mounted work and lots more.