New Additions

New Additions

The final two calves arrive – you would be forgiven to think that they are the wrong way around! Red Rocket the red cow has a black and white heifer calf and Rosebank the black and white cow has the light brown (dun) bull calf!

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West Moss-side/Trossachs Yurts

A fantastic show #westmossside for Forth Valley ArtBeat Open all week and next weekend.Now showing at #westmossside as part of #forthvalleyartbeat Here’s #inchmahomepriory #lakeofmenteith #historicscotland #watercolour #watercolor ... See MoreSee Less

A fantastic show #westmossside for Forth Valley ArtBeat Open all week and next weekend.

West Moss-side Collective at www.facebook.com/forthvalleyartbeat/ Forth Valley Art Beat 8th--16th June Venue 35
Artist Profile
5. Jessica Langford
I love drawing plants, observing the constant movement inherent in their growth and transformation, telling their story from seed to fruit. Using a microscope
reveals a hidden world of minute architecture. By isolating and enlarging details of a plant’s pattern and structure, a seemingly commonplace seed or leaf is transformed into something extraordinary.

I live in Buchlyvie, Stirlingshire and have always been fascinated by plants and wildlife. I’m involved in conservation projects, planting wild flower meadows, hedgerows and creating wildlife habitats.

I studied animation and after many years making my own films for television and with young people, I studied botanical illustration at the Royal Botanical Gardens Edinburgh. In 2017 I graduated with a Diploma in Botanical Illustration. I’ve exhibited at the Botanics and Dundas Street Gallery with ESBA, Edinburgh Society of Botanical Artists. My hedgerow illustrations were recently included in Gregory Kenicer’s book ‘Scottish Plant Lore’ published by RBGE.
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West Moss-side Collective at https://www.facebook.com/forthvalleyartbeat/ Forth Valley Art Beat 8th--16th June Venue 35
Artist Profile
5. Jessica Langford
I love drawing plants, observing the constant movement inherent in their growth and transformation, telling their story from seed to fruit.  Using a microscope
reveals a hidden world of minute architecture.  By isolating and enlarging details of a plant’s pattern and structure, a seemingly commonplace seed or leaf is transformed into something extraordinary.
I live in Buchlyvie, Stirlingshire and have always been fascinated by plants and wildlife. I’m involved in conservation projects, planting wild flower meadows, hedgerows and creating wildlife habitats.I studied animation and after many years making my own films for television and with young people, I studied botanical illustration at the Royal Botanical Gardens Edinburgh.  In 2017 I graduated with a Diploma in Botanical Illustration.  I’ve exhibited at the Botanics and Dundas Street Gallery with ESBA, Edinburgh Society of Botanical Artists.  My hedgerow illustrations were recently included in Gregory Kenicer’s book ‘Scottish Plant Lore’ published by RBGE.Image attachment
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Mobile: 07870 156502

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