Semitones | Birch Tree Gallery

Semitones
Birch Tree Gallery, 23A Dundas Street, Edinburgh
Running from March 10 – April 8


Semitones will feature subtle colour transitions in wool and crystaline glazes and showcase works by tapestry weaver Louise Oppenheimer from Argyll and ceramicist Maggie Zerafa from Skye.

Birch Tree Gallery,  a new venue for fine-crafts and prints exhibitions, opens its doors with ‘Semitones’ on March 10.  The exhibition will feature subtle colour transitions in wool and crystaline glazes and showcase works by tapestry weaver Louise Oppenheimer from Argyll and ceramicist Maggie Zerafa from Skye.

The Birch Tree Gallery will focus to display art-works that has roots in nature – whether in materials, inspiration or thematic elements.

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