Exhibitions

I Still Believe...

I Still Believe...

Inverleith House is celebrating three decades of contemporary art and botanical exhibitions at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh with a presentation of rarely seen posters and invitation cards.

I still believe in miracles

I still believe in miracles

Inverleith House is delighted to present, I still believe in miracles, an exhibition celebrating the originality and significance of the gallery’s programme over the past 30 years.

Flora of Nepal

Flora of Nepal

Nepal's spectacular plant diversity is matched by it's colourful cultural heritage and dramatic Himalayan scenery. For centuries Nepalese people have used plants for food, medicine, construction and fuel, and plants continue to sustain livelihoods.

Light in the Garden an exhibition by Sarah Robinson and Sarah Knox

Light in the Garden an exhibition by Sarah Robinson and Sarah Knox

Sarah Robinson and Sarah Knox are established landscape painters and have responded creatively to viewing the world through the Garden.

Scottish Nature Photography Awards

An exhibition of award-winning images from the 2015 Scottish Nature Photography Awards. See the stunning amateur and professional images of Scotland’s iconic landscape, wildlife and natural environment

Autumn Screening: Corin Sworn and Tony Romano

Autumn Screening: Corin Sworn and Tony Romano

A screening of Corin Sworn and Tony Romano's new film, 'The Coat' (2016, HD video, 58 mins), as part of Inverleith House's 30th anniversary celebrations.

Rooms for Improvement

Rooms for Improvement

To showcase contemporary Scottish furniture making, twenty-six members of the SFMA will show their work laid out in four room settings. Come and meet the makers to find out more between Friday and Sunday throughout the exhibition.

After the Storm

After the Storm

An exhibition of fine furniture constructed from RBGE timber windblown during Cyclone Andrea in 2012. Highlighting the beauty of Scottish-grown timber and craftsmanship amongst our Scottish furniture makers.

Fruits From The Forest, an exhibition by The Wood Neuk.

Fruits From The Forest, an exhibition by The Wood Neuk.

David Lightly and Ross Purves collaborate together as 'The Wood Neuk'.

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