What a Pest: Managing Moths and the Corryvrechan Tapestry

National Museums Scotland Blog


By Lynn McClean

At eight metres high and four metres wide the Corryvrechan tapestry is one of the largest in the collection. It was designed by Kate Whiteford and woven by the Dovecot Studios for the opening of the Museum of Scotland in 1998 (which, along with the Royal Museum, became the National Museum of Scotland in 2006) but in 2003 it was moved to a more prominent position in Hawthornden Court.

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Commission, United Agents HQ, London : 2016


Pavilion – plan for a new house and artwork (with Hugh Cullum Architects) – Hemingford Abbots, St. Ives, Cambridgeshire : ongoing 2015 – 2017

The Necklace

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Wings of Desire

Wings of Desire – Proposal for the Emily Brontë bicentenary – Brontë Parsonage Museum, Haworth, Yorkshire, B22 8DR : 2018

Paint Her To Your Own Mind

Paint Her To Your Own Mind: Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman. p.147 Volume VI. 1762 – The Laurence Sterne Trust, Shandy Hall, Coxwold, North Yorkshire, YO61 : 9 July – 30 September 2016

False Perspectives exhibition

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