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Vincent Van Gogh - Olive trees

One of the many olive tree paintings Van Gogh did in 1889 during his time spend at the asylum of St. Paul in the Provence. This particular one is the one I like best because of the predominance of the blue color and it can be seen at the National Gallery of Scotland in Edinburgh.

So What Did You Do at School Today?

1. We got to take the bus that is used by Inverness Caledonian Thistle,  all the way to Edinburgh. 174 more words

Inspired in Scotland

So last week I went here (Paisley Museum and Art Gallery)…

…to see this exhibition…

It was a super exhibition that clearly demonstrated children’s abilities to be artists and curators. 308 more words

Art Education

New technology used to authenticate Monet

Researchers using cutting edge technology have proven that a painting, titled ‘A Haystack in the Evening Sun’, is by the French impressionist painter Claude Monet.  229 more words

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Baking to Raise Funds for our Trip


Study Day Retail for Smaller Venues Edinburgh

Association for Cultural Enterprises Study Day – Retail for Smaller Venues – Edinburgh: 23 April

Good retail rests on four basic pillars of best practice: Buying, Finance, Display and Shop Floor Skills. 228 more words


Quiet Please…Artists at Work