Passions and Peonies

Stirling – based artist Greer Ralston returns to the Smith with a stunning exhibition of new, elegiac work, giving a whole new meaning to flower painting. Passionate about peonies, she has sought the finest blooms from specialist growers to immortalise on canvas, and is fast becoming Scotland’s Georgia O’Keeffe. Greer

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Disrupting Dementia

Disrupting Dementia a tartan design project which visited 17 different Alzheimer Scotland centres all over Scotland,  from Kilmarnock in the south to Shetland in the north and Stornoway in the west to Bonnyrigg in the east. People living with dementia used a range of materials including coloured acetate and ribbon

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Landscape & Nature in Breadalbane

“LANDSCAPE AND NATURE IN BREADALBANE” – David Paterson’s second exhibition in the Stirling Museum and Art Gallery – consists of some 65-70 photographs, presented as moderately-large, high-quality digital prints. The main emphasis is on landscape but flora and fauna are represented also, with the intention of giving a comprehensive account

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Robert the Bruce Exhibition

For the first time in 550 years, a true replica of the long lost tomb of King Robert the Bruce has been recreated. Specialists working with the few marble fragments found with the discovery of his body in 1818 have used the latest digital technology to reconstruct the tomb. A

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