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My linoprints at Glamis Gallery, Glamis

Currently available at Glamis Gallery: my linoprints of the ‘Lost Buildings of Perth’ series. Mounted or framed, or as a card. Print format: roughly A4.

Castle Gable, Perth
Post Office Tay St, Perth
Earl of Kinnoull’s Lodging, Perth
Post Office High St, Perth
Thimblerow, Perth

Glamis Gallery
Kirk Wynd, Glamis, Angus DD8 1RT
open Wed – Sun 11am – 4pm

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Perthshire Open Studios 2017

Less than two weeks to go until the start of Perthshire Open Studios 2017! This year I’m going to open my Kettins studio to the public, together with fellow artist Aileen M Stackhouse. Aileen shows work based on her ongoing research project into the history, geology and ecology of the River Ericht. I show recent linoprints and still life paintings together with new drawings and painted recycled furniture.
During the Open Studio days Aileen and I will be doing demonstrations of drawing and linoprinting.

The full programme of Perthshire Open Studios 2017 is listed in the excellent event brochure, available in many shops, museums, libraries, cafés all over Perthshire and Kinross-shire. You can also find it online.


Upcycled table, chalk paint, acrylic varnish. 2017
50 x 50 x 65 cm

Perthshire Open Studios
Cornelia Weinmann Design, studio #36, lime route
4 School Park   Kettins, Blairgowrie   PH13 9JN
2 – 10 September 2017. My studio is open Sat, Sun 10 – 17, Wed 17 – 19


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Printmaking: reduction linoprint

reduction linoprint

At the moment I am developing a new series of reduction linoprints with a more abstract angle. They will feature in my next exhibition in Fortingall in the Scottish Highlands, near Aberfeldy. I am so pleased to have been accepted as one of the participating artists at Fortingall Summer Exhibition 2017.

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Printmaking: linoprints

I’m working on a series of linoprints for Perth and Kinross Creates, a group exhibition at Perth Museum and Art Gallery in October 2016.
Artists were asked to submit proposals for work they wanted to show, preferably work based on the museum’s collections.

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