Victoria Crowe: Numinous Tree, 2010, at The Scottish Gallery

Artist: Victoria Crowe

The Scottish Gallery are promoting an exhibition of works by Scottish artist, Victoria Crowe, that will be on display during the Edinburgh Festival, August 2018.

Drawn by the beautiful colour and abstract quality of Numinous Tree, 2010, image above, I clicked through to see and read more and have ordered the book featured on the site: Victoria Crowe by Duncan Macmillan.

The Scottish Gallery website includes many works, paintings and prints, by Victoria Crowe – some for sale, some sold – plus a biography, details of  exhibitions, past and upcoming, and other arts activities she has engaged with.

I’ve included some of my favourite works, from those seen, here but do click across to see more on The Scottish Gallery’s website: Victoria Crowe or catch up with her work at the Edinburgh Festival in August, should you be there.

How lovely to kick off my weekend with a new artist and a gorgeous book.

Have a good one yourselves. 💋

Victoria Crowe: Diffused Light, 2007, at The Scottish Gallery
Victoria Crowe: Diffused Light, 2007, at The Scottish Gallery
Victoria Crowe: Vertigenous Landscape, 1997, at The Scottish Gallery
Victoria Crowe: Vertigenous Landscape, 1997, at The Scottish Gallery
Victoria Crowe: Ferragosto Fireworks and Crocosmia Lucifer at The Scottish Gallery
Victoria Crowe: Ferragosto Fireworks and Crocosmia Lucifer at The Scottish Gallery
Victoria Crowe: Winter Garden, 2012, at The Scottish Gallery
Victoria Crowe: Winter Garden, 2012, at The Scottish Gallery
Victoria Crowe: Towering Trees at The Scottish Gallery
Victoria Crowe: Towering Trees at The Scottish Gallery

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