3 July – 30 October 2016
Doire sholais is the Gaelic name for a place on the Isle of Skye (‘Doire’ means ‘grove’) and the poet/artist, Thomas A Clark, has turned the Terrace Gallery into a symbolic ‘grove of delight’. The grove began with the structure of the Terrace Gallery with the four stone pillars representing four trees.
Each carefully considered element brought with it a sense of relaxation and enjoyment of the great outdoors.
Also in the exhibition were new artworks by Diane Howse, Countess of Harewood. A Slow Air was a series of 15 photographs of the red kites flying in the sky over Harewood.