Glass artist Alison Kinnaird has announced a new exhibition to take place as part of the Edinburgh Fringe.
The show features a range of work both intimate and on an architectural scale and will be held at Shillinghill Studios in Temple, Midlothian from August 1st-31st, daily 10am - 5pm or by appointment.
Alison Kinnaird has an international reputation as both a glass artist and a leading exponent and teacher of the Scottish harp. Her 1978 album, The Harp Key set a new standard for the largely unexplored – at the time – instrument.
Her glass creations can be seen in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, the Scottish Parliament and the Royal Museums of Scotland and public and private collections home and abroad.
Shillinghill is a large and airy converted church (Edinburgh Festival Fringe Venue 244), where it is easy to observe all Covid regulations to give visitors a safe and enjoyable experience. The studios are also the base of Temple Records, which specialises in Scottish and Irish music and was founded by Alison's husband, musician and producer Robin Morton.