Everything is slower here

  In these crannies of the mountains, the mode of supplying elemental needs is still slow, laborious, personal… There is a deep pervasive satisfaction in these simple acts. Whether you give it conscious thought or not, you are touching life, and something within you knows it (p.82) Nan Shepherd, ‘The Living Mountain’ Inshriach Bothy The walk from the wood store to the axe’s haggar at the chopping block; the careful a
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Scott Brotherton and Ric Warren: The Bothy Sketchbook

Normally working independently, Scott Brotherton (Lives and works in London) & Ric Warren (lives and works in Glasgow) are both visual artists who predominately exhibit sculptural works and are influenced by the materials, forms and experiences of our urban surroundings, distilled through minimalist artistic sensibilities.  Our collaborative residency at Inshraich Bothy (November 2015) focused on the production a
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Lisa Beckers & Marloes Meijburg

November 2015                                                                   www.lisabeckers.nl / www.marloesmeijburg.com TIME EXPERIENCE No clock…no forced Greenwich Time…but inner time experience which gave me concentration, enthusiasm and lucidity. CHILDHOOD Exploring the land, playing with soil, plants and light. Freedom, no boundaries, no property. Spending time as a kid. PIGMENTS Seize colours fr
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Lena Vurma and Thor Klein

5 – 12 December 2015   the tale of the tree Thank you Bothy Project! Thanks especially to Rachel & Bobby and Nicole & Matt. Two filmmakers with no electricity going back to the roots of storytelling – what a wonderful & unforgettable time!      
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Richard Elliott, Inshriach Bothy Residency, Saturday 22nd – Saturday 29th November, 2014

                        Images taken in my too short a stay in this beautiful place,  look forward to posting new work, based on my time here. Many thanks to Bobby, Walter, Morag and Spook. www.richardelliott.co
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Lesley Punton – stilled life with moving trees

I arrived during a week of gales. The Cairngorms are windy at the best of times, yet I’m accustomed to being on the brittle granite plateau where the combination of altitude and the persistence of the wind creates a sub arctic landscape, a place where plants hug the land tightly. However because of the wind’s excessive force and unpredictable cloud level, the snow covered plateau became, in essence, out of bounds. I
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