Exhibition: Hatti Pattisson, Frippy Jameson & Moira Patience

Thursday 23rd November 2017
10am - 4pm, free entry

A group show featuring new works by Hatti Pattisson, Frippy Jameson & Moira Patience.

Scottish artist Hatti Pattisson has carved a career painting emotive, expressive land and seascapes which draw inspiration from her surroundings, with a focus on fleeting changes of light and weather. Her work is often abstract in nature, and the act of painting is a space where Hatti can express her thoughts and emotions, exploring the boundary between the real and the imaginary.

Using acrylic paint, Hatti is able to create highly textural works on stretched canvas or board as well as hand finished prints, each overpainted to create a unique artwork in itself.

Frippy Jameson studied Fine Art Sculpture at Camberwell College of Art and Design and City & Guilds of London Art School where she was awarded the Madame Tussaud Prize for Portraiture. She trained in stone-carving at The Portland Sculpture Trust, Tout Quarry and with traditional stone carvers of Mahabalipuram, Southern India. She deals with the relationship between fragility and strength.

Frippy lives and works from her studio in the Scottish Borders.

Moira runs a flourishing business from a small studio showroom tucked away in a quiet street in Edinburgh’s New Town. Superb craftsmanship is at the heart of the Moira Patience brand. Everything Moira creates starts with a hand drawn sketch, and a quest to find the perfect gemstones for every client, working closely with ethical mines in Brazil to source classic stones but also rare cuts and colours, with every stone fully traceable. Each piece is then handmade and hallmarked with the Edinburgh Castle Hallmark.

In 2017 Moira was awarded an A grade National Association of Goldsmiths Professional Jewellers’ Diploma.




Back to Top ↑
  • Connect

    Facebook logo Twitter logo Instagram logo Videos on Youtube Contact Us icon
  • How to get here

    Click/tap here to see buses that pass the Drill Hall, directions and building accessibility.

    Out of the Blue Drill Hall, 36 Dalmeny Street, Edinburgh, EH6 8RG Learn how to get here →

  • Cafe Opening Hours

    Monday to Saturday, 10am to 5pm.
    Closed Sunday.

  • Donate

    Over the course of 2024 Out of the Blue will continue to offer opportunities for artists and members of the community to learn, participate and earn income.

    We use the space we have developed in 6 buildings in Edinburgh for studios, workshops, classes, projects, exhibitions, social enterprises, events, clubs, music making, markets, a cafe and more.

    Our all year round activity helps create the culture of the city, supporting the local economy and having positive social impact for the thousands of individuals and organisations we work with.

    We would humbly accept a financial donation, however small, in support of our work.

  • Subscribe to our mailing list

    Data protection
    By submitting this information, you are confirming that Out of the Blue Arts and Education Trust may store your data and may contact you using the submitted information in accordance with our privacy policy (located in our legal information document at outoftheblue.org.uk/about).

  • Association

    Green Arts Project logo OSCR logo with charity number SC022812