Perthshire Open Studios is now in it’s 11th year, who would have thought that the group of us artists who first met way back in…
so, as we start to say farewell to 2018 we are planning to move house and Wildgrass Studio to our new home, a rather cute cottage with an adjoining studio and gallery space nesting in a stunning corner of Perthshire.
Glen Lyon was described by Sir Walter Scott as the “…longest, loneliest and loveliest glen in Scotland…”
the longest ?, well at 32 miles it may be. the loneliest ?, maybe once but there is quite a community settled along the river. as for the loveliest, definitely.
we plan to move down the Glen in early jan so once settled in we will be working on new projects and plan to open the gallery very soon. we will be found not far from the cafe and post office in Bridge of Balgie, a very popular rest stop for walkers and tourists and we are so thrilled to be joining this small community.
more news as plans come together but it’s looking quite exciting …..
living rurally in the Highlands certainly has a romantic appeal, hiding away in the land of all those celtic legends, fascinating wildlife on the doorstep…
Silver Alchemy’s ‘Portrait of an Artist’ – An event Review. Jo Cound, Jamie Grant and myself (Dave Hunt) teamed up to celebrate all things analogue…
‘Talking Heads, 1981’. Apart from having a darkroom setup as a teenager (that was a few years ago !) this whole analogue photography experience is…
jan 1st, 2018….
it’s been a bit of a bucket list thing, experience the sunrise at rannoch moor in the highlands for new years day and this year being a significant one for me was a good one to go for it. only slight problem was expected cloud cover in the early hours but what we did get was the dawn rising to daylight.