CLAN Cancer Support and Wild in Art are lighting up Orkney, Shetland and the North- East of Scotland with 50 lighthouse sculptures produced by artists up and down the country.
“June is Indigenous People’s Month, and June the 21st is Indigenous People’s Day”
“It is machination, it is deception,” said the Director General of the Berlin Royal Museums in his defence when criticized for buying a fake.
Brian Keeley, an artist and PhD student at the University of Aberdeen, has launched a joint exhibition with his artist wife to coincide with the new ‘presumed consent’ organ donation law that came into effect in Scotland on 26 March.
This sculpture includes several thousand guns from Washington D.C Credit: EMU
Each lighthouse will be individually designed and painted by some of the region’s most talented artists
Orkney is to be part of a new art trail celebrating lighthouses and raising money for CLAN cancer support
From the 19th May until 11th June guest curator Meg Telfer will present a programme of artworks called Mainland Mainland at the Northlight Gallery, Stromness.
opens on Saturday 25th August at Northlight Gallery in Stromness.
“What follows is my impressions whilst taking a stroll through the landscapes, places, faces and …..beings”