Artist branches out in body of work

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A new exhibition of charcoal and line drawings by Tansy Lee Moir has opened at The Studio, Dawyck Botanic Garden, near Stobo.

Tansy has a passion for trees, and her latest exhibition is inspired by trees and their history.

Talking about her work, Tansy said: “I work mainly in charcoal and pastel with a strong emphasis on drawing.My work is inspired by old trees and landscapes, their forms, their history and the influence that humans, animals and natural processes have in shaping them: in the way they provide a solid representation of time. I’m so pleased to be showing at Dawyck Botanic Gardens – it’s a perfect setting for my work and a beautiful place to visit.”

The exhibition is open 10am -6pm daily until August 3, and admission is free.

For more information visit www.rbge.org.uk/dawyck