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Edinburgh Palette, St Margaret's House, Edinburgh

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Room, An Talla Solais, Ullapool, August - December 2020

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

Online exhibition at Edinburgh Palette

7th -21st August 2020

In this joint exhibition, Tansy Lee Moir and Margaret Pitt present works which explore the potential of both wood and woodland.

Many thanks to the team at Edinburgh Palette for presenting the exhibition online.

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View an introductory video here »

Watch the artist talk here »

Read about the works in the Edinburgh Evening News here »

“This fruitful partnership resulting in the Out of the Wood exhibition was originally planned to be shown at Drum Castle from April until October as part of the regular exhibition programme.

Very familiar with Margaret’s work and being introduced to Tansy’s work by a colleague, I was delighted to be working so closely with both of them to curate the show and bring it to the Trust’s members and visitors. Sadly, the pandemic with which we are now all too familiar arrived. This meant that we could not install the show or allow the public inside to view it which has been a great disappointment for all of us.

I am delighted that Tansy has put together the exhibition online and hope that it will be seen and enjoyed by virtual visitors. I hope that many of you will look forward to visiting your local National Trust for Scotland property soon which needs your support now more than ever.”

Vikki Duncan, Curator North, National Trust for Scotland