Innovative and unusual lidded containers and boxes from metal, wood, clay and fibre. Meet the artists on December 8, 2-4pm
17 Nov - 22 Dec 2018
- Mette Fruergaard-Jensen. Brass, mahogany and resin boxes
- Belinda Glennon. Rounded boxes with barnacles (photo: Stella Lathangie)
- Gillian McMillan. Pebbles (earthstone)
- Dave McKeen. Spalted beech tower with a secret
- Stevi Benson. 'December'. Hand-cut paper
- Tony King. Camphor-wood box
Organised by:Jurgita Galbraith birchtreegallery.co.uk
Location:Birch Tree Gallery
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The gallery will be closed December 23 - January 18, 2019
Please join us for the ‘Meet the Artist’ mingle on Saturday, December 8, 2-4 pm
Stevi Benson, based in the Cairngorms National Park, creates intricate drawings and cut paper artworks by hand using a surgical scalpel.
Mette Fruergaard-Jensen, a Danish artist, who moved to Scotland in 2000, makes sculptural lidded boxes in wood, metal and resin.
Belinda Glennon draws inspiration from the coastline around the Isle of Harris to create stoneware and porcelain functional ceramics.
Tony King, became a full-time wood-turner after his retirement in 1998, and creates aesthetic objects from his workshop in Leith.
David McKeen based in Falkland in Fife, specializes in exquisite wooden boxes, often with a secret, made out of local trees.
Gillian McMillan creates thrown-on-wheel or hand-built ceramics in porcelain, stoneware or terracotta.
Diane Mylchreest, an artist specialising in batik painting, aims to create vibrant batiks of landscapes throughout the different seasons.
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