Exhibition: The Tin Road

The Moray Art Centre

This year it has had to be in two stages, as we were unable to deliver the work to the gallery as planned, owing to family reasons.

The print work therefore went by post and the gallery hung that in time for the opening on Friday 4th March, Bob Pegg attended, said a little about the stories. Scott Byrne of the gallery told me
“The exhibition opening went really well in our view - there were some new faces at the event and the feedback was universally positive with some lovely comments in the visitors book already. Additionally, lots of visitors are keen on the idea of coming back to see the re-hang at the end of the week. Bob spoke very well, advocating on your behalf and securing his well deserved status as a great raconteur. I love the work and it looks great in the space - people are already very engaged - my colleague Diane opened up the centre on Saturday morning with visitors five waiting to get in!” The remainder of the work has gone up by road and should be installed during the 10th & 11th of March. The gallery staff have been wonderfully supportive.

The exhibition includes all of the ‘Tin Road’ prints, plus some new ones in the series, and includes a large multi-print ‘Peter Scholar’ based on a story told by Alec Williamson at the opening of the first showing of the series in Cromarty. There is also a number of mixed media works.


Photo of the opening by Bob Pegg.

for a slideshow
of the work.

The gallery has some prints
for sale on line,

click below to view:


Millbank Primary School, Buckie,
had a storytelling workshop with
Margot Henderson on the 24th April
in Gallery 1 and explored
The Tin Road exhibition.

Photo from the Moray Art Centre