Pinkie's work is inspired by medieval stained glass, anarchic fairy tales and the physicality of contemporary dance. Using traditional techniques and the highest quality glass and lead, she produces both large, site-specific pieces and also small, autonomous panels which can hung in a window or set in a bespoke light box.
She has designed and made panels for churches, hotels, schools and private homes. She recently completed a series of pieces illustrating nursery rhymes and Gaelic proverbs and a 'Family Tree' panel for the new Sexual Health Clinic at Chalmers Hospital, Edinburgh.
Visitors are welcome in her workshop just off the A9 near Perth any day of the week, but should phone first.
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