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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

I have a unique and fun Gallery within our 1950s British Railways Mark 1 First Class Carriage. All work is made here, often using discarded “finds” from around the farm, always using my imagination to create quirky and interesting pieces.

Station Cat Pottery

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’m delighted just to see you, so come and enjoy the studio, my garden and the countryside or come and stay for a few nights in the B&B suite or self-catering studio and truly experience my life. You will be able to see interesting art in a stunning setting, where inspiration comes from my home life in Strathtay and my travels throughout Scotland. It’s fun here! Penny Kennedy’s artwork includes cards, originals, prints, textiles and ceramics. Mouse Cottage is situated in the golf course so there is no parking by the cottage. The walk is approx. 100 yards.

Mouse Cottage Studio

We offer an eclectic and quirky selection of artwork in many media 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 it. Alongside our festival events (see under Angela Thomson) we’ll still have a selection of local Perthshire artists participating in our “Glorious Perthshire” exhibition from the 2nd of September until the 13th of October. Many of our gallery favourites will be part of this exhibition; John Robert Smith, Rochelle McConnachie, Marianne Dey and many more.


Visitors love the variety and quality of artwork that we exhibit, created by talented artists from all over Scotland. In 2023 we celebrate 40 years of trading and have an exciting line up of mixed and solo exhibitions. Explore our display of beautiful art in a relaxed and friendly setting.

Aberfeldy Gallery

We make all our sculptures in the traditional Smithy next door, mostly using recycled parts and old scrap. Our pieces portray the natural world, wildlife, metal typography, often with a touch of humour. See what we make here at the Smithy, look in the Gallery, see the outdoor sculptures in the courtyard and meet us.

Keltneyburn Smithy Gallery

With busy bees beside my studio shed and a fantastic landscape of life in front of me it’s certainly not Dull! I am totally inspired by this life and landscape that surrounds me. I enjoy portraying this through functional pottery, giving each piece a place and story in a collection. Using colour, texture and different techniques for surface decoration. All my pottery is hand thrown, rolled or coiled, each piece is hand painted, glazed and fired twice in the kiln to a high temp. This process makes each one unique. Enjoy a morning coffee from a work of art!

The Birch Tree Studio