‘Ghosts’ on show at Kilmorack Gallery

a charcoal drawing with a figure or tree
Apparition, charcoal on canvas, 80 x 50cm

Exhibition news

My next exhibition, ‘Ghosts’ opens soon at the Kilmorack Gallery, near Beauly, Inverness-shire. This beautiful gallery in a converted church is the perfect setting for a gathering of eleven new charcoal works.

‘Ghosts’ features dynamic, sculptural drawings inspired by the figure and the tree, reflecting my fascination with the human/arboreal relationship. They capture the way light catches a tree’s trunk to reveal the intricacies of its scarred surface in relief. Subtle layered marks and shifts of tone suggest corporeal forms emerging from the velvety blackness of charcoal.

The exhibition runs from 1st June – 5th July 2024

Full details here

a studio shot including charcoal drawing tools and a drawing in progress by Tansy Lee Moir