Scottish seaweed is a constant source of inspiration for Cally's work. She uses acrylics, gouaches and pastels for seashore-inspired pictures and landscapes. She also transforms seaweed by electroforming it in copper and combining with other inter-tidal finds to make assemblages and framed collages.
The Steeple Studios, 67 High Street, Newburgh, FIfe KY14 6AA
Directions: The Steeple Studios are opposite the Co-op in the Newburgh High Street which is the A913. From Fife and Dundee, take the A92 and turn off at A 913. From Perth take the A912 to Abernethy and continue on the A913.
Access: Car parks behind the Co-op, next to the Primary School and at the Abernethy end of the village. Wheelchair access.
Points of Interest: Newburgh has an easy scenic walk beside the River Tay. The 12th century Lindores Abbery ruins are free to wander round. It has independent shops to explore Red Fox Studios, Minerva Blue and Juniper. Coffee Shops: Buttercup next to the garage and Clootie McToot in Abernethy.