Art in the Pews
An art exhibition by local Scottish artists, inspired by our beautiful landscapes, is taking place at St Andrew's Church as part of Callander Summerfest!
About Art in the Pews
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Art inspired by our beautiful landscapes by local Scottish artists.
Julie Arbuckle is a landscape artists inspired by the wild and mountainous areas of Scotland, and her work comes from her own experiences walking and cycling. She works in traditional oil and watercolour as well as on metal and rocks. www.juliearbuckleart.com
Orla Stevens is a recently graduated fine artist and textile designer, who takes her inspiration from the landscapes around Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park.
derenz aka Daphne Hamilton delights in colour and displays a range of work with natural themes using alcohol inks on ceramic tiles.
Gill Curwen of Bapple & JoJo creates stunning textiles using tradtional rag-rugging techniques, such as hooky, proddy and quillie, and uses upcycled fabrics to be easy on the environment.
Sheila Roberts specialises in soft ground etchings, inspired by her love of nature and Scotland's wildlife, to produce unique and intricate images.
Dawn Chorus is a display of art, sculpture and sound by Wallace High School pupils following early morning visits to Flanders Moss National Nature Reserve near Thornhill.
Venue: St Andrew's Church, Leny Road, Callander
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