Hatti Pattisson Solo Exhibition

Friday 12th - Wednesday 17th April 2019
Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm

Exhibition Launch: Thursday 11th April, 6pm – 8pm 

Out of the Blue Drill Hall based Scottish artist Hatti Pattisson creates expressive, emotive paintings that explore the boundary between sensation and reality.  Born and raised in the East Neuk of Fife and now living in Edinburgh, the spaces and places around her have always inspired her.  This exhibition will feature a variety of land and seascapes as well as dream-like abstract pieces. 

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