Nichol Wheatley’s Poetry of Kinross-shire

Nichol Wheatley, 'Loch Avich mists at dawn'
Nichol Wheatley, 'Loch Avich mists at dawn'

Title:
A poem to Kinross-shire

Times:
Wed - Sun 11:00 - 18:00 (closed 18th and 28th Jun)

From: 17 Jun 2022

To: 1 Jul 2022

Venue:
The Grouse and Claret
Heatheryford
Perthshire
KY13 0NQ

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Scottish artist Nichol Wheatley has had a varied career after graduating from Glasgow School of Art, among other things running Perfect Circle Art, a commercial fine art company: in 2016 he staged his first show of paintings and has since then made his living from his art and his work as an artist in other contexts, becoming known for his cycle of murals depicting Robert Burns’ Tam o’Shanter, his collaborations with the late Alasdair Gray, musicians including Paul Buchanan, and film-makers, on Trainspotting 2 and Outlaw King. He is a member of the Unlikely Clan, a loose grouping of figurative painters, which has an exhibition at Glasgow’s Lemond Gallery until 29th May. Working from his studio in Kinross-shire, this latest solo exhibition is a poem to the historic county.

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