A Special Anniversary at Fortingall with Art for All

Ian Biggs, 'Serenity', photograph
Ian Biggs, 'Serenity', photograph

Fortingall Summer Exhibition

Daily 10:00 - 18:00

From: 20 Jul 2024

To: 4 Aug 2024

Molteno Hall
PH15 2LW

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Held every summer since 2004 in the village of the same name, Fortingall Art is one of Highland Perthshire’s most prestigious annual art exhibitions. This year, the enterprise is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Run by local artists, it features painting, jewellery, photography, sculpture, ceramics, glass and furniture in a beautiful rural setting and regularly draws over 2,000 visitors from all over the UK to the Arts and Crafts-style Molteno Hall (see below). 

The village of Fortingall is famed for its ancient yew tree, estimated by modern experts at anything between 2,000 and 3,000 years old, making it one of Europe’s oldest living trees. Fortingall is also a great starting point to explore the wilder areas of Highland Perthshire, with Glen Lyon and Loch Tay nearby.

Molteno Hall. Image Ellis Gibson Photography
Molteno Hall. Image Ellis Gibson Photography

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