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Tansy Lee Moir is an artist with a passion for trees.

Her work is inspired by the forms and history of old trees and the influence that humans, animals and natural processes have in shaping them: in the way they provide a solid representation of time.

"Through an intense process of looking and drawing, my dialogue with trees asks not just what they look like, but also what looking at trees can tell us about ourselves.”

She works predominantly in charcoal and pastel in her Edinburgh studio and in woodland locations around Scotland and her native Peak District.

New online course for 2021

In ‘Permission to Draw’ Tansy teaches how drawing can help us see the world with fresh eyes, giving you the skills to represent what you see in your own way. Details here »

 

Current exhibition Dalkeith burred oak 4

Room, An Talla Solais, Ullapool

Room is a group show featuring a selection of artists from across Scotland and including contemporary paintings, sculpture, photography and prints.

More details here »

 

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