Exhibitions

Figured Wood an exhibition by Tansy Lee Moir.

Figured Wood an exhibition by Tansy Lee Moir.

My work is inspired by trees, their forms, their history and the influence that humans, animals and natural processes have in shaping them: in the way they provide a solid representation of time. It explores their three dimensional forms, investigating the way light hits their surfaces, revealing corporeal contours and chaotic patterns of damage.

no strangers | ancient wisdom in a modern world

no strangers | ancient wisdom in a modern world

A group exhibition focusing on the wonder of culture and the plight of indigenous people throughout the world. Stunning photographs explore the ways cultures express a shared humanity.

Botanical Treasures Exhibition

Botanical Treasures Exhibition

This exhibition will highlight some of the exquisite objects from our collections, including rare books, herbarium specimens, maps and teaching diagrams.

No Obvious Monuments

No Obvious Monuments

An exhibition of paintings of Scottish coastlines and landscapes by Robin Webster OBE and Charina Beswick.

Isa Genzken: Botanical Garden

Isa Genzken: Botanical Garden

Inverleith House is delighted to present the first UK exhibition outside London by one of the most radically inventive and influential artists our time. Part of the 2014 Edinburgh Art Festival.

The Wonderful world of Weeds, Bees and Butterflies

Logan Botanic Garden is hosting the Muddy Feet exhibition that explores the roles of weeds, bees and butterflies in science, art and wellbeing over the ages in Galloway and wider Scotland.

'Blueprint' an exhibition by Anne Rae

'Blueprint' an exhibition by Anne Rae

Anne Rae has a background in photography, design & fine art. Using different photographic techniques & other media Anne explores a visual rhetoric to comment on & describe her perceived interconnection of all things - in essence, a blueprint.

Makers by Commission

Makers by Commission

An exhibition by the Scottish Furniture Makers’ Association (SFMA) focusing on the processes of designing and commissioning bespoke furniture.

Rags to Rugs

A beginners hands-on course concentrating on basic tapestry weaving skills incorporating rags as weft.

Painting Rhododendrons at Benmore

The magnificent mountainside setting of Benmore in Argyll offers an ideal opportunity to spend a weekend learning to study, paint and draw rhododendrons, using plants from the Garden’s magnificent collection, in the prime of their flowering season.

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