A NORTH-east gallery and craft shop launched its spring exhibition last week, unveiling unusual artwork and crafts by renowned artists from across Scotland.
Touched by Scotland, based in Oyne, at the foot of Bennachie, revealed their spring exhibition named, ‘Curiosities, Echoes and Oddities’ last Friday (8 March) to a crowd of art lovers from the city and shire.
The exhibition, which will run until 28th June features unusual artwork from various artists including James Dyas Davidson, Emma Armstrong, Elaine Jones, Donna Irvine and Nicole Grant – to name just a few.
The artists have designed a thought provoking collection of work using various techniques including taxidermy and comic art.
Gallery manager at Touched By Scotland, Jenni Colquhoun said: “The spring exhibition has turned out to be something quite spectacular, featuring our most unusual but beautiful collection of artwork yet.
“With everything from taxidermy to printmaking, skeletal sculptures to hand thrown porcelain, thought provoking photography, painting, and comic art, our spring exhibition is set to be very popular with our customers.”
The spring exhibition will run from 8 March 2013 until 28 June 2013.
For more information about the exhibition, please visit the website www.touchedbyscotland.com or contact gallery manager, Jenni Colquhoun on 01464 8514589 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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