Tag Archives: art exhibitions and artists

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2000.10.28.1

Biographical and artistic information about artists Mary Barnard and Duncan MacGregor Whyte of Oban and Balephuil.

Bound book extracts about Duncan MacGregor Whyte and his wife Mary Barnard from the `Dictionary of Scottish Art & Architecture` by Peter J.M. McEwan , pp 63, 605 and `The Royal Scottish Academy Exhibition 1826-1990` edited by Charles Baile de Laperriere, p 420. Includes a list of works exhibited by Duncan MacGregor Whyte. DMcGW built The Studio at Balephuil and painted many scenes and portraits of Tiree.

2002.75.6.1

Newspaper cutting `Community Spotlight on Tiree`, 1993

Oban Times feature articles about Tiree: (1) `Long live Gaelic` – the Gaelic medium Unit at Tiree High School with photograph, (2) Photograph of Tiree SWRI: L-R: (back) Fiona MacKinnon, Kirkapol; Mary Ann MacDonald, Heanish; Anneen Black, Ruaig; ?; ?; Mary Davies, Crossapol; Margaret Green, Mannal; (front) ?; Isabel Weatherston, Scarinish; Sandra Tester, Balinoe; ?, (3) `Tiree`s medal man` – about Norman MacIver and his collection of 975 medals and trophies for dancing, with photograph, (4) `Island music tour` – Glasgow-based rock bank Wanted visit Tiree, funded by EC Leader, (5) `Prize-winning pupil` – Duncan Hunter, Cornaigmore, won the GRAB logo competition with a photograph of himself being presented with a cheque for £100 by Isabel MacKay, manageress of the Co-op, (6) `Co-op man selected` – Andy Hayes represented the Scottish Co-op at an educational conference in Germany, with photo, (7) `Playgroup smiles` – photograph of Tiree`s English playgroup, (8) `Winning recipe` – Short article about Mabel MacArthur`s carrageen pudding, (9) `Ceilidh band play for the elderly` – photograph of Cornaig Ceilidh Band at Tigh a` Rudha.

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