Tag: Festival in Pitlochry

I trained at Glasgow School of Art, I am a printmaker of over 25 years, currently working on an edition of lino cuts for the September festival. I will be exhibiting in the Pitlochry Bowling Club with two other artists, so please come along and see our work in this unusual but beautiful setting.

Jamie Maitland

Having graduated in 1971 from Glasgow School of Art, my artwork has been exhibited in galleries, art fairs and major events throughout the UK and abroad. My equestrian paintings featuring the line and movement of the horse are particularly popular, while clients find my cat and other animal studies very appealing. At Art School I was taught to turn my brush to a wide range of subjects and my landscapes, inspired by my love for the beauty, majesty and colour of the Scottish Highlands and Islands along with my contemporary works from inspiration are much appreciated. You will find a wide selection of original paintings and prints on display in my own studio/gallery.

Terry Kirkwood

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. It features: • Temporary exhibition demonstrating the work of the John Muir Trust over the last 40 years and the hope for the future. • Coming soon: Creative Freedom exhibition, 18 March to 25 May 2025. Enjoy a multimedia exhibition of artwork inspired by ‘freedom for wild places’. • Unique audio journeys whisk you to Sandwood Bay, Ben Nevis, Knoydart and Skye. 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

I love still lifes, bold colours and contrast. I mainly work with acrylic on canvas and enjoy shadows and depth. Please come by during the festival, I am showing with two other artists at the Pitlochry Bowling Club which also has a beautiful view of the surrounding hills so plenty to feast your eyes on.

Shona Rollo

We are a small studio where yarns, or wool, is hand dyed and hand spun in a wide variety of lovely colours. You will also find a selection of project bags and notions for knitters. You may see me spinning wool or preparing fleece from sheep sourced locally as well as dyeing wool.

Moulin Yarns

Bold and colourful abstracts inspired by the natural environment and all the wonders of the outdoors. The works are done, hopefully, in one sitting with masses of background sketches, photographs and on location monochrome (usually Prussian blue) paintings for reference. The aim is to convey the actual moment of – time -scene – light – feeling – image. All paintings are originals and one offs, there are no prints or reproduced images ever made or available, therefore all the works are unique and never to be repeated. You are very welcome to come to the Moulin Hall and enjoy a full range of paintings and drawings from small Bristol board paper paintings all the way through to large framed canvasses.

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