Exhibition News - David Stuart -

Exhibition News - David Stuart - "The Hungry Eye"

May 02, 2018

If you are in the Scottish Borders areas this May 2018, try and find the time to drop by the Tweeddale Museum in Peebles, Scotland, to visit "The Hungry Eye" Exhibition where David Stuart will be showing his latest works, 

David Stuart is an artist whose journey has taken from botany, to writing and back to his first love again as an artist. Throughout the month of May 2018 David will be exhibiting his latest works as part of the 'Live Borders & Museums@ summer shows at the Tweeddale Museum in Peebles, Scotland

 

Opening Hours: Mon to Friday 10.30am - 12.30pm & 1pm - 4pm

                            Saturdays 9.30am - 12.30pm


Exhibition Hours: Saturday 5th May to Saturday June 2nd 2018.

Venue: Museum Room, Tweeddale Museum, High St, Peebles, Scotland

Google Maps - https://goo.gl/maps/WeA7zowe2aM2  

 

If you cannot make it to the show but have an interest in Floral Paintings, why not visit our Floral Collection at https://artbaazar.com/collections/flowers




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