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Fellow artist Sheila Messenger and I have exhibited together many times in the past, we’re using Sheila’s studio where you’ll be able to see my paintings and textiles. There is a chance to see the inside of a working artists studio and discuss techniques used while watching an artist in situ. There will be a range of works by both of us and we’d pleased to have you visit.

Sheila Martin

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

Visit our vibrant studio for tempting textile accessories for you and your home. Ideal for unique gifts too! With two makers working mainly with upcycled materials, we offer a wide selection of quality products. Practical bags beautifully made by Gwynneth Masson using vintage tweed and furnishing fabrics. Morag Gray makes doorstops, cushions, and artwork with wonderful textures and colour combinations. Always keen to talk textiles and share ideas, Morag offers workshops in Creative Textile techniques at home and for groups. From Abernyte Kirkside studios is along Church road opposite the school, pass the church and park in second opening on right.

Gwynneth Masson

Anne is an Orcadian Artist/Printmaker working in a variety of printmaking techniques from one-off monoprints, etching and relief print – all are hand inked and printed as limited editions. Also on show, from Anne’s garden studio are mixed media drawings along with a variety of greetings cards, all inspired by the beautiful landscapes and coastal areas around Scotland.

Anne Russell – Printmaker

Come and visit my burnside studio set in a beautiful garden in Dalguise. I paint atmospheric landscapes with an emphasis on light and pattern. Figures, wild swimmers, animals and birds sometimes make an appearance. My landscape paintings are mostly acrylic, sometimes involving collage and other mixed media techniques. I work in layers of paint: some translucent some thicker and more opaque, and these are often wiped back or dissolved to reveal details and patterns beneath. I also work in textiles. There will be a selection of small gift items: jewellery, handmade notebooks and sketchbooks and bags. Teas available in the conservatory.

Karin Borland

Jane Drysdale creates hand crafted kiln formed glass in her garden studio on the outskirts of Crieff. Her studio and conservatory gallery are open by appointment during the year, just give her a ring. However, during the festival she will open up her work space to share some of the secrets of the processes involved and you may get the chance to make something small yourself.

Barkley Glass

The castle has had a diverse history, both turbulent and peaceful and has been home to politicians, soldiers, agriculturalists and entrepreneurs. It offers a fascinating insight into Scottish history against a backdrop of fine 18th century interiors and Scots Baronial architecture. The Gardens were laid out in the 18th century and include a walled garden. Peacocks roam freely, and red squirrels and Highland cattle can be seen in the grounds. There is also a Sculpture Trail, with a mixture of contemporary and 18th-century sculpture. Check the website for special events and to book tickets. House and gardens (adult) £17 / Gardens only £8

Blair Castle

At any time of year this stunning walk, through woodlands and waterfalls, has inspired many artists and poets, including the Scottish poet Robert Burns (whose statue sits at the end of the trail). The Upper Birks is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest due to its importance for the diversity of plants and animals. A moderately challenging circular walking trail, it takes 1–2 hours to complete. Suitable footwear advised. Dogs are welcome, but must be on a lead.    

The Birks