Then and Now: 100 Years of Visual Arts Scotland
Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh
17th February – 13th March
My charcoal drawing ‘A moment of poise’ was selected for this year’s anniversary exhibition.
‘Artists in Calder Wood’
Almondell Visitor Centre, Almondell & Calder Wood Country Park, West Lothian
20th December – 11th March
A satellite exhibition looking at the creative processes behind the exhibition ‘Calder Wood: Contemporary views on an ancient woodland’, on show at Linlithgow Burgh Halls (ends 21st January).
Hugo Burge Foundation Open Studios
1st & 2nd June at Marchmont House, Scottish Borders
20th – 26th June at Edinburgh Palette, Edinburgh
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I currently have these works available from this beautiful gallery near Beauly, Inverness-shire.
My next exhibit at Kilmorack is planned for May 2024.
Calder Wood: Contemporary perspectives on an ancient woodland
Linlithgow Burgh Halls, West Lothian
20th October 2023 – 21st January 2024
I’m co-curating this group show exploring the rich and diverse ancient woodland site of Calder Wood, recently chosen as one of the Queen’s Green Canopy woodlands. Five artists spanning a variety of approaches and media will present works made over four seasons in response to the life and history of Calder Wood.
Full details here»
Conversations with Trees
Kilmorack Gallery near Beauly, 2nd – 30th September 2023
I’m delighted to be invited to show at this beautiful and well respected gallery in the Scottish Highlands this autumn. A selection of my oil paintings and charcoal drawings will be available during September.
You can view it virtually here »
Drawing (Paper) Show
Friday 21st July – Sunday 13th August at The Bridewell Studios and Gallery, Liverpool
I’m delighted to have ‘Cascade’ selected for this exhibition of works on paper during Liverpool Biennial 2023, along with inclusion in the Drawing Paper #9 publication.
Dara – Tree of Life
25th June – 5th August, The Old Lock Up Gallery, Cromford, Derbyshire
The Tree of Life appears across the world and throughout religions, traditions and countries: the meaning & symbolism may vary depending on origin – however an underlying theme in many traditions, is that the Tree of Life is a symbol of the cycle of life and the unity of all living things. More details here.
Turning Towards the Light
Linlithgow Burgh Halls, West Lothian 4th March – 26th June 2022
A solo exhibition of oil paintings and drawings exploring the complexity, vitality and sculptural presence of ancient trees.
You can see the archived online exhibition here»
‘On Tree Time’ Edinburgh Palette, June 2021
Works in charcoal, pastel and oils celebrating the resilience of trees. This was a solo exhibition which can still be viewed online here»
There is also an artist talk about the development of this work, which can be seen here»
‘Room’ An Talla Solais, Ullapool, August – December 2020
A group show featuring a selection of artists from across Scotland and including contemporary paintings, sculpture, photography and prints. The exhibition included artwork from Kirstie Cohen, Helen Denerley, Allan MacDonald, Tansy Lee Moir, Ian Rawnsley, Beth Robertson Fiddes, Simon Rivett and Peter White.
‘Out of the Wood’ Edinburgh Palette, 7th – 21st August 2020
In this joint online exhibition, Tansy Lee Moir and Margaret Pitt present works which explore the potential of both wood and woodland. View the exhibition here» and read about the works in the Edinburgh Evening News »