The 12 City Project has had to take a little bit of a back seat for the last couple of weeks while I finish the final preparations for my exhibition next week. It is going to be held in a Gallery on the upper floor of Gladstone’s Land on the Royal Mile. The building has been owned by the National Trust for Scotland for quite a while now, and they have recreated a typical 17th century interior -as a contrast to the Georgian House in the New Town.
In fact, I’m going to be exhibiting alongside my Dad who is a painter and has produced a gorgeous series of Edinburgh paintings over the last year or so. I’m really looking forward to seeing all the work hanging – and if you are in the area please drop in and say hello.
There is a little bit of info about the exhibition on the National Trust website and just in case you’d like to know , here is the link for Gladstone’s Land itself and for the Georgian House in Charlotte Square. There is also a little more information about the exhibition here .
Once the exhibition is up I will be blogging a little more frequently and will fill you in on how the city project is going. London was the city for March and Amsterdam will be the city for April. By then I will have completed 2/3rds – quite surprising really.