Scottish Charity and Commonwealth Society Launch Scottish Art Show in London to Mark Burns Day



Sunset by Alan HaymanScotsCare, the charity for Scots in London will be sponsoring an exhibition of Scottish art, being held at the Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS) in London, to celebrate Burns Day. The exhibition is open to the public and will run from the 13th of January until the 6th of February.

To coincide with the RCS's Burns Night, a collection of professional artists from the Highlands of Scotland will be exhibiting their work in the gallery. The artists include landscape artist Andrew Stewart, who has just been awarded the City of Glasgow prize at the Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine arts Annual show and internationally renowned Cara McKinnon Crawford - who recaptures the vibrancy of the Scottish colorist's style. Along with these painters will be figurative artist Andrew Sinclair, Photo realist landscape painter Jamie Hageman and Gavin Young's beautifully rendered paintings.

ScotsCare's Chairman, Peter Scott said, "We are delighted to be asked to sponsor an event in conjunction with the RSC, which highlights Scotland's long established creative talent. I can think of no better way to celebrate Rabbie Burns's exceptional talents than by exhibiting the work of a new generation of Scottish artists.

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