I am currently exhibiting at the 48th Dunkeld Art Exhibition held at the Duchess Anne, until Monday 30th August 2018.
It is an open exhibition showing a variety of art work from artists in the UK and runs for 10 weeks each summer to raise funds for the Dunkeld Cathedral.
Artists can submit up to 3 works. Due to the high number of exhibitors and the length of the exhibition, the work is changed regularly and not all work is shown at one time to ensure there is work to replace work which has sold. There is a catalogue of all the artists and the available work at the top of the stairs before the main gallery, so if you like someone’s work then you can ask to see their other pieces if they aren’t currently on show.
There is also a page on the exhibitions website where you can view a list of the exhibitors.
Dunkeld is a stunning village in Perthshire, on the banks of the river Tay. If you are a flower lover then be sure to pop round to St Ninian’s Garden where you will find a stunning show of flowers and colour, perfect for those armed with their camera and Instagram enthusiasts!
Also worth a trip is The Hermitage, just over the A9 – A beautiful walk leading to an even more beautiful view.
The Hermitage is cared for by the National Trust for Scotland and a short walk from the car park along the River Brann takes you to an 18th-century folly (Ossian’s Hall) – Enter this to reveal a stunning view of Black Linn waterfall.
Have you been to see the Dunkeld Art Exhibition? If so I would love to hear which artists work you enjoyed and which beautiful sights of Dunkeld you visited!
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