From 6th February to 1st April 2018, the Moray Arts Centre in Findhorn is hosting Scott’s new Oceanic Exhibition.

Scott Gleed of Gleed3D, based in the Highlands of Scotland, produces a range of bespoke anatomically correct aquatic models. These are used in various sectors including Museums, Aquariums, Visitor Attractions and Heritage Centers.

This exhibition aims to inspire and educate by exploring the space between fine art and marine environmentalism.

Featuring work from us! Deep Impressions Underwater Paintings and the talented marine artist Naomi Tanton. This is a true multi media exhibition, drawing on all of our fascination with all things under the waves.

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