Art show continued at Cambo

The exhibition that was such a success at Snowdrops by Starlight at Cambo Estate has been extended and moved into the main house.
The exhibition that was such a success at Snowdrops by Starlight at Cambo Estate has been extended and moved into the main house.
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An art exhibition held as part of Cambo Estate’s recent annual snowdrop extravaganza has been extended by popular demand.

Organiser Frances Erskine said she decided to continue the exhibition, which has now moved to the main Cambo House, until the end of April.

During the illuminated woodland Snowdrops by Starlight event last month, a variety of pieces from two Fife art collectives, East Neuk Open Studios and Open Studios North Fife, was displayed in Cambo’s old stable buildings, which are being restored to provide an education and exhibition space.

Following a well-attended artist preview night last Thursday, the show is now open to the general public.

It features a wider selection of pieces in various media celebrating Fife’s rich artistic culture.

Artists exhibiting include Alexandra Warsop, Mo McKiddie, John Davie, Jonathan Dowling, Kate Laundon, Florence Royer, Heather Cunningham, Marlene Patrick, Ann Watson, Kate Hajducka, Susan Forsyth, Frazer Reid, Siv MacArther.