Opening of Island’s Edge

Posted by Tenby Museum on Jul 13, 2019 Blog No Comments

Today saw the official opening of the new exhibition Island’s Edge by Pamela Scott Wilkie. Curator Mark Lewis briefly introduced the show stating that “It is an exhibition that concerns itself with the natural world, mainly the sea, work that takes a close look at our relationship with the wider natural world, with the movement of tides, about looking out to the wider horizons whilst at the same time looking in on the effects these elements have on our thoughts and emotions.” ┬áMark then handed over to Dr Birgitte Magnussen, who officially opened the show, saying the works, in the current political climate made us look at what being an island actually meant and how worried Pamela is, as we all are, and how a lot of the pictures were about looking out to wider horizons.

Thanks must again be extended to the Friends of Tenby Museum for assisting with the wine and the event and to volunteer Monica Adshead for staffing the sales desk.

The exhibition runs until 18 August.

Curator Mark Lewis, Pamela Scott Wilkie and Dr Birgitte Magnussen

The Friends once again served the wine – thank you!