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New Photography Exhibition: Scotland’s Beauty

01 January, 1970

We’re delighted to welcome a new photography exhibition to Skypark 1 this autumn.  The Society of Scottish Landscape Photographers present Scotland’s Beauty, a collection of stunning images of Scotland’s beautiful landscape featuring mountains, glens, lochs, coastlines and forests.

The Society of Scottish Landscape Photographers is a collective based around the principles of quality, environmental awareness and the promotion of Scotland’s landscape.  The membership represents some of the best photographers of the Scottish landscape currently active and the Society was formed for professionals and top quality amateurs, with many national and international awards winners, as well as major company ambassadors and nationally published photographers.

The exhibition features the work of 20 of the finest landscape photographers in Scotland to showcase their work and the landscapes that inspire them. Several images were recognised in the latest Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year awards, that included the overall winner Allan Donald’s Shining Peak, Stob Coire nan Lochan, Glencoe and the landscape category winner Seán Kerr’s White Islands, Harris.

Scotland’s Beauty will also feature images by Neil McDade, Lone Autumnal Tree, Glencoe; Ruth Grinrod, On the Rocks, Harris; Alistair Dick, Killiecrankie Tree Abstract; Andy MacDougall, Escaping South, Pentland Hills; Alistair Mann, Crow’s Nest; John McSporran, The Eagin Mountains, Glencoe; Euan Ross, Sea Slabs #1; Neil Pitchford, Ben Lomond; David Queenan, Sunflower Rise, West Lothian; Graham MacKay, Cul Mor Sunset; Paul Miller, Lochan of Ice, Lochan na h-Achlaise; Chris Hoskins, Portmore Loch, Borders; John Thow, Firecracker, Castle Stalker, Port Appin; Scott Campbell, Storm Brian Looms, West Coast of Scotland; Ian Barnes, Ever Green, Plodda Falls near Glen Affric; Craig Scott, Rattray Head Sunrise.

Seán Kerr, a member of the society and organiser of the exhibition said: “Scotland’s beauty is both rich and diverse and the images in this exhibition capture all of this.  We hope that tenants will be able to take some time out of their busy day to enjoy the collection, that brings Scotland’s awe-inspiring landscapes to adorn Skypark’s walls”.

Scotland’s Beauty is one of five exhibitions being held in Scotland and other locations are Edinburgh, Perth, Birnam and the Isle of Harris. For a preview of images and full details of each exhibitor please see the eBook here. Davie Hudson is the Society’s founder and chairperson.

The exhibition runs to December at Skypark and is sponsored by both Zeiss Camera Lenses and Kase Filters, two leaders in the photography world.

For more details please contact / M 07920 238926 or visit The Society of Scottish Landscape Photographers website.