Michael Wickenden, the founder of Cally Gardens outside Gatehouse and who died last year, was a modern day explorer who travelled the world's remote places in search of new varieties of plants. At Cally, in the former walled garden of Cally House, he created a specilalist nursery as well as a beautiful garden.
Caroline is an Edinburgh based photographer originally from a farm near Stranraer. Caroline works with both digital and analogue photography, creating images of a documentary style, telling stories through photography.
The exhibition comprises photographs created in the past year as well as prints from her travels around America. When creating her images, she researches the history and facts about the location to channel an essence of it into her imagery.
This exhibition traces looks at some of the many castles of Kirkcudbrightshire. It includes castles in care, castles which have been restored, castles at risk, and a couple that are largely forgotten. Many started off as quite similar tower houses, but their stories and outcomes differ considerably.
The Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland are running a photographic competition for young people in Summer 2016 to celebrate the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design. There will be two classes, one for those aged 15 and under, and one for those aged 16 to 24. The competition aims to encourage young people to engage with the built heritage around them, as all entries must feature a whole, or elements of, a building.
A box set of twelve prints was created in response to the NSA (National Scenic Area) of Ben Nevis and Glencoe by artist Rachel Mimiec while undertaking a visual art residency with Scottish Natural Heritage. Journeys undertaken by the artist with different companions, including a mountaineer, a dear stalker, ramblers, geologists, and conservationists are documented in the format of Ordinance Survey maps.