On the Artists’ Trail

The Artists’ Trail in the Park brings together Findhorn-based artists, two watercolour painters, a potter, and a weaver. All the artists open their studios for craft demonstrations and sales throughout the year. The Moray Art Centre, also a member of the Trail, offers major local and international art exhibitions as well as art education through its programme of workshops & classes.

The Artists on the Trail offer a warm welcome to all visitors, whether local, national or international and they are always happy to share, demonstrate and talk about their work. To view more information about individual artists, please click on the links below for each artist.

Moray Art Centre

The Centre, which is at the cutting edge of ecological and environmental building design, offers opportunities for major local and international art exhibitions in Moray, thanks to its museum-quality exhibition space. The Centre is the first and only flexible-use venue for visual arts, art education, and exhibitions in the wider Moray area. The facilities of the Centre include a gallery space for art by community groups, young people and local artists and a Young Person’s Studio. The Centre includes two teaching classrooms and four Artist’s Studios, impressive spaces available for hire on a short and long-term basis.

Findhorn Pottery

The Pottery’s ceramics are tactile, sensual and a visual delight, with many of their own glaze recipes reflecting the colours of the Moray coast and moorlands. Domestic pottery, tableware, mugs, quaiches, angels, nature spirits, flowing figures and sculptural pots, are a small sample of their extensive range.

Jonathan Wheeler

Jonathan’s vivid style of watercolour painting expresses his passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage. Jonathan is also known for his vibrant still life and figure paintings. He exhibits his work in galleries around the UK and his work has travelled internationally, including to the USA, Canada, Australia and Brazil.

Henrietta Rose

Henrietta's paintings combine her love of plants with her life-long passion for birds. While her main focus is watercolours, her studio also includes wooden bowls, cheese boards, cards, and other crafts she makes. She exhibits regularly at local and national outlets and galleries selling both prints and original watercolours.

Findhorn Weaving Studio

The Weaving Studio is the home of the world renowned Sunrise Panels, which are produced on their 230 year old dobby flying shuttle loom. The luminous design of their woven wall panels is treasured as a focal point in meditation rooms, healing centres and private homes. Besides the wall panels, there are displays of various handwovens produced by local craftspeople.

  • News & Events

    Exhibition
    Artists' Trail 2010 Exhibition from 4 to 18 April at the Moray Art Centre.
    Watercolour Workshop
    Jonathan Wheeler Watercolour Workshop at the Moray Art Centre Saturday 24 April 2010 £10 product voucher offered.
  • Meet the artists

    Moray Art Centre
    the first and only flexible-use venue for visual arts, art education and exhibitions in the wider Moray area
    Findhorn Pottery
    a visual delight of pottery & ceramics, reflecting the colours of the Moray
    Jonathan Wheeler
    watercolour paintings expressing a passion for the beauty of the Highlands and its architectural heritage
    Henrietta Rose
    watercolours of birds and plants, wood carving
    Findhorn Weaving Studio
    home of the world renowned Sunrise Panels
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