The exhibition explored how our landscape has traditionally been modified as a consequence of a faith in a Rapture and a resurrection of the body to eternal life.
Location: St Margaret′s, Castleton Terrace, Braemar, Cairngorms National Park, AB35 5YP.
Dates: Opened on Saturday 2nd July and then ran daily from 3rd July to 23rd July 2016
The venue: St Margaret′s was designed by Scottish architect Sir John Ninian Comper and is considered of outstanding architectural significance. St Margaret′s is now owned by the Scottish Redundant Churches Trust (SRCT) and managed locally by St Margaret′s Trust SCIO Braemar as a performance and arts venue.
30 page guide includes all the exhibition images.
Softback £19.99, hardback option at £24.99
Preview / buy the Awaiting the Rapture Exhibition Guide
Printed giclee on Hahnemühle Photo-Rag paper (a heavy art paper at 308gsm).
Frames sized at 70cm x 50cm, with thin black metal frame, archival quality Daler Rowney mount boards and wooden back boards.
Priced at £95.00 each
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Download the press release for the Awaiting the Rapture at St Margaret′s Braemar Exhibition.
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