NEWS, EVENTS & PRESS RELEASES
Spring Fling 2020 Rescheduled – NEW DATES ANNOUNCED
5. – 12. October 2020 | Scotland’s Premier Art and Craft Open Studios Event
A Postcard from D&G
24. August – 6. September 2020 | Upland members online exhibition
An online exhibition of postcard sized and small–scale work by Upland members celebrating our magnificent region Dumfries and Galloway.
See Upland’s event page for link to exhibition
Spring Fling 2020 | SF|At Home
18. – 25. May 2020 LIVE online event
This year Spring Fling is looking a little different, and although the main event is currently postponed, many of the artists want to stay connected and offer an online experience. Check out whats happening here at catcoulson.art, from 12pm 18th May… read more
Spring Fling 2020
23. – 25. May 2020 | Scotland’s Premier Art and Craft Open Studios Event
Kirkcudbright Art and Crafts Trail
31.July – 3.August 2020
This event has been suspended…
Friday 31st July – 3rd August
Wasps_ Studios, Studio 7, 117 High Street, Kirkcudbright, Dumfries & Galloway, DG6 4JG.
Exhibition | Reserve @ Mr Pook’s Kitchen
Permanent exhibition 2019-2020
THE OLD BANK | 38 KING STREET | CASTLE DOUGLAS | DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY | DG7 1AD | 01556 504 000
I am pleased to announce a local collaboration with the innovative Ed Pooks, chef of Mr Pook’s Kitchen in Castle Douglas which specialises in sustainably foraged foods and supports local producers… read more
Exhibition | The Big Art Project | Kirkcudbright Galleries
Saturday 5. October & Sunday 6. October 2019
KIRKCUDBRIGHT GALLERIES, ST. MARY STREET, KIRKCUDBRIGHT, DG6 4AA.
The Big Art Project Exhibition and Fundraising Event. Artwork by pupils of Kirkcudbright Primary School, inspired by working with local artists. Display and auction of work by artists Catherine Coulson, Jane Howe, Margaret Milligan, Carol Reece and Kathleen Woods. Proceeds to Kirkcudbright Primary School Parent Council. 5.October 10am-5pm & 6.October 12noon-5pm.
Exhibition | Modern Wilderness | Caerlaverock Wetland Centre
Sun 28. July – Sat 14. September 2019
25. – 27. May 2019 | Scotland’s Premier Art and Craft Open Studios Event
Exhibition | From Galloway | Bourne Hall
12. – 17. November 2018
Summer Solo Exhibition | Barons Craig Hotel
The Drawing Room | Barons Craig Hotel | Rockcliffe | Dumfries & Galloway | Scotland | DG5 4QF
26th – 28th May 2018 | Scotland’s Premier Art and Craft Open Studios Event
Studio 48 on the Orange Route
The Drawing Room | Baron’s Craig Hotel | Rockcliffe | DG54QF
Event 26th – 28th May 10.30am – 5.30pm
Preview evening Friday 25th May 6-8pm
Late night opening Saturday 26th May 6-8pm
Scottish Field | Spring Fling event gives artists a sense of Place
Kenny Smith 13.04.2018… read article
excerpt: Catherine Coulson, of Rockcliffe, added: ‘As a landscape artist and naturalist, inspired by nature and wilderness, my work focuses on place, looking beyond the aesthetic or geographic idea of location, into the depths of what makes an environment. Orchard Mist shows the land behind my home; an old orchard on the edge of the wood, surrounded by lowland heath, above an underground stream running from the loch. This was early morning when I went to retrieve a bat detector, thick with mist and glowing with pale blue light.’
Exhibition | Place | Ottersburn Gallery, Dumfries
17 April – 7 May 2018
Ottersburn Gallery | 2A Nith Avenue | Dumfries | DG1 1EF.
Preview: Tuesday 17th April 6-8pm – a great opportunity to meet some of the artists.
This exhibition Place will celebrate the diverse practice that Spring Fling showcases, highlight the role this region and others play in the artist’s practice and give visitors to the exhibition a snapshot of our region through these works.
Exhibition | SeeingScotland | The Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh
Permanent exhibition open March 2017
Scottish Parliament | 1 Horse Wynd | Edinburgh | EH99 1SP
My photograph ‘Fire and Ice’ is being displayed as part of the new onsite exhibition ‘A Parliament for the People’ at The Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh. #SeeingScotland was a photography competition ‘to reflect the beauty and diversity of Scotland’s urban, coastal and wild spaces’.
Fore more information see Seeing Scotland exhibition