Whisky-Kunst Teil 2

Nochmal das Thema Kunst und Whisky: Die in Lossiemouth in der Nähe von Elgin ansässige Malerin Elaine Renee Smith (34) hat sich im ehemaligen Distillery Manager’s Haus der Glen Moray Destillerie ein Studio eingerichtet und dort die Wintermonate verbracht. Von diesem Ort inspiriert hat sie 13 Gemälde mit der Destillerie als Motiv angefertigt und stellt diese vor Ort noch bis zum 20. Mai aus.

LIVE-IN ARTIST GETS INSPIRATION FROM DISTILLERY

An Artist who passed the winter putting oil to canvas in a Moray distillery cottage has had her work displayed throughout the whisky production area.

Lossiemouth-based painter Elaine Renee Smith, 34, was offered the former distillery manager’s house at Glen Moray as a makeshift studio when she ran short of space last autumn.

Over the winter months, she has devoted her time to capturing the distillery in different mediums and produced nine preparatory works and four large oil paintings.

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She said: “This is a great opportunity to have been given, and the distillery itself has been a great inspiration.”

The art can be viewed at Glen Moray distillery, Elgin, from Monday to Friday, until May 20.

The display will be open from 9am to 5pm, and viewings outwith these hours can be arranged by contacting distillery staff on 01343 550900.

(this is north scotland)


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