Join artist and painter Helen Robertson on a walk around the Plock of Kyle as you encounter the many natural objects that scatter the way; sticks, stones, feathers, and bones.
ABOUT HELEN ROBERTSON
Helen works mainly in pastel, drawing her inspiration from the coastline of where she lives near Kyle of Lochalsh. She spends a lot of her time drawing outside, watching the change of light on the sea and mountains.
ABOUT THE PLOC OF KYLE
The Plock of Kyle is the beautiful promontory west of Kyle of Lochalsh. The road to the Skye Bridge crosses its southern shores, but away from the road, the Plock is a wonderful place to explore, with wildflower meadows, native woodland, a series of hidden rocky coves and a fine viewpoint. The Plock is also rich in wildlife, and this is an excellent place to look for otters.
To book: contact Annie Davidson | Text 07795825573 or firstname.lastname@example.org
ATLAS Arts has collaborated with local walking groups and artists to curate a series of walks around the Isle of Skye and Lochalsh. This programme connects community, art and the environment through a series of walks designed to highlight different areas of Skye and Lochalsh and introduce participants to the work of local artists and how the environment inspires their creativity.