Tag: North West

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When you visit my studio there are a few steep steps up to it as it is in the steading beside the house. The Old Manse is on the B846 from Aberfeldy. Go over Wades Bridge along Poplar Avenue. The road will bend round to the left past the Ailean Chraggan Hotel on the right, and the drive up to The Old Manse is just past the hotel on the right. I paint in and print in oils; my work explores colour, layering and abstraction but often starts from sketches and drawings from life.

Maryann Ryves

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

My main inspiration is the wonderful countryside and architecture of Scotland. Working from my sketches and photographs I paint in acrylic in bright colours, combining loose brush and palette knife marks with more detailed work. In my studio I have framed and unframed paintings as well as prints and cards.

Audrey Slorance

Creative with glass over many years, particularly kiln fusing, has produced distinctive & bespoke contemporary designs, using bold colour with texture & innovative shapes, inspired by Scotland’s beautiful Highlands & Islands…welcome & come watch work in progress, in my studio within Old Keltneyburn Mill & browse my bijou gallery. The theme for 2023 is “Harvest”… a culmination of the year through the seasons, from Spring planting & blossoms of cherry & apple…to Summer growing in orchards & ripening in fields…with Autumn fruit picking & berry gathering, celebrating the tradition of Thanksgiving…& before deep Winter slumbers…evoking memories of past & present.

Lynn Shilp / Breagha Glass

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

My work is heavily influenced by the changing seasons and dramatic Scottish landscapes. More recently I’ve been working with still-lifes, emerging from complex layers of texture and colour. My technique involves variations of thickness with thinned veils of colour, contrasted with sharp areas of brush-marked impasto. Ann studied Graphic Design at Edinburgh College, specialising in Screen Printing. Follow all signs to Castle Menzies and drive into Castle grounds, do not pass the Castle, keep driving uphill towards the walled garden. The Potting Shed has a long glass front. Bunting and signage for POS will be visible.

Ann Ruddy

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.


The Kiln Creative pottery makes simple functional wares made for everyday enjoyment. All my pottery is handmade, thrown on the potters wheel and fired to stoneware in my kiln. I enjoy making pottery using traditional techniques with a modern design; I hope my pieces add a bit of calm to the users busy day. I have my wheel in my studio looking out into beautiful countryside and the kettle will be on; please come by and say hello!

The Kiln Creative