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Kintyre creatives collected together at Clachan’s annual art exhibition.
Last weekend’s village hall show, including painting, photography, sculpture and wood turning attracted collectors from across and outwith the region.
One family visiting from London said that they have bought many items from Clachan in a 20 year period of collecting.
In addition to showing the best of the region’s work for the past year there was a live painting and drawing competition for children on the themes of Scotland, magic or dinosaurs. Their efforts were immediately displayed.
Jan McNair’s Bay of Storms was an early seller. It captured rollers on the shore between Lossit Point and the Gauldrons.
Mrs McNair, who has been painting for 30 years, said that her yearly output is usually between six and eight paintings but this year she only completed one canvas.
Jan McNair’s Bay of Storms headed for a new home after the show. 25_c33clachanart02
Neve Evans, 6, and her brother Louis Evans, 3, are engrossed drawing pictures for the youngster art competition. 25_c33clachanart08
Wood sculpture The Highest Apple by Henry Murdo from Arran was not for sale. 25_c33clachanart05
Many people bought turned wood items. 25_c33clachanart04
Gaia Silvan’s mural, Living Landscape, Balinakill, painted on an old six foot board and displayed outside the hall, was on sale for offers. 25_c33clachanart01