Full CV

Tansy Lee Moir Curriculum Vitae

Born 1968 in Derbyshire

Education

1996-97 Post Graduate Certificate in Community Education, Moray House Institute, University of Edinburgh
1987-90 BA (Hons) Three Dimensional Design (Wood, metal, ceramics), Manchester Metropolitan University
1986-87 Art & Design Foundation, Chesterfield FE College

Solo Exhibitions

2016-17 Dialogues with trees, Howden Park Centre, Livingston
2014 Time around trees, The Meffan Gallery, Forfar, Angus
2014 Figured wood, Dawyck Botanic Gardens, Peebles
2012 Damaged woods, Art’s Complex, Edinburgh
2011 Time made wood, Art’s Complex, Edinburgh

Selected Group Exhibitions

2020 Out of the Wood, Edinburgh Palette (online)
2017 Grown together, St Margaret’s House, Edinburgh (curator)
2017 No Woman is an Island, St Margaret’s House and Lochcarron Gallery
2015 Tree Stories, The Art House, Sheffield
2015 Electrees, with Tomasz Wrobel, Newave Gallery, Aberdeen
2015 Time around trees, with Eoin Cox and Kate Lilley, St Margaret’s House, Edinburgh
2015 Harley Open, Harley Gallery, Welbeck, Nottinghamshire
2014-15 Winter Open Exhibition, The Meffan Gallery, Forfar, Angus
2014 Society of Scottish Artists Annual Exhibition, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh
2014 Summer show, St Margaret’s House, Edinburgh
2013-14
Winter Open Exhibition, The Meffan Gallery, Forfar, Angus
2013 Make yourself @ home, St Margaret’s House, Edinburgh (curator)
2013 Wood nude tree limb, Art’s Complex, Edinburgh
2013 Harley Open, Harley Gallery, Welbeck, Nottinghamshire
2012 Winter Open Exhibition, The Meffan Gallery, Forfar, Angus
2012 Summer show, Art’s Complex, Edinburgh
2012 Open Glass Doors, Kings Hall, Edinburgh

Residencies

2016-17 Dialogues with trees, Howden Park Centre, Livingston, West Lothian

Selected Projects

2018 Dead Wood and New Leaves, collaboration with Anne Gilchrist for SYBRG Sheffield Hallam University
2014 -2015 Tree stories, South Yorkshire Biodiversity Research Group, Sheffield
2010 -11 HeART of Boghall, Grassroots Community Arts Project, Boghall, West Lothian
2010 Inked, Community book project, West Lothian Council

Professional Memberships

Society of Scottish Artists Ordinary Member

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