George Harris and I are exhibiting our work this week in a father and daughter team. We’re at the Gladstone’s Land Gallery in the Lawnmarket, just down the Royal Mile from Edinburgh Castle — it’s number 13 on my guide to the Old Town.
Gladstone’s Land is a 17th century tenement. The ground and first floor are set up as a museum by the National Trust, and the gallery is on the second floor.
Tourists going up and down the Royal Mile can’t miss my sign…
Those who make it up the winding stone staircase will find a treasure-house of delights…..
… with George’s beautiful acrylics and watercolours of Skye, Torridon, Assynt, all over the mountains and coast of the west of Scotland.
It’s worth coming in just to see the seventeenth century painted ceiling, and the casement windows. It’s also a great place for people-watching.
We’re there all this week, 10 till 5, until Sunday. Please come and say hello!