This exhibition of works by McIntosh and artists Louise Balaam, Rosemary Bassett, Fanny Lam Christie and Yvonne MacDougal aims to highlight concerns about climate change. The show, which opens on World Environment Day on the 5th June, highlights that it is possible for us all to make small changes: in McIntosh’s case, by re-using and re-vitalising the discarded, unwanted and unusual. The work by the five featured artists range from sculpture and wall mounted pieces that use reclaimed materials to paintings that capture the changing seasons. Together they present a powerful message regarding climate change through art.Supported by Stop Climate Chaos Scotland, the exhibition runs until 16th July.
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