Press release – Fourplus
Mystery book sculptor strikes again.
The anonymous artist responsible for the mysterious paper book sculptures
that have been gifted to various literary institutions in Edinburgh has turned
her attention to a childrenʼs charity – CHAS, Childrens Hospice Association
The artist has made a wonderful new paper book sculpture, Alice in
Wonderland, especially for this charity. It is to be raffled by Fourplus at their
annual exhibition with all proceeds going to CHAS and giving the lucky winner
the chance to own a beautiful sculpture.
Tickets for this raffle will only be on sale during the three days of the Fourplus
exhibition and at the exhibition venue itself.
The Fourplus exhibition takes place over three days from the 29th November
to Sunday 1st December
Fourplus exhibition details
at the Plockton Gallery, Innes Street, Plockton IV52 8TW
and The Shores restaurant, 30 Harbour Street, Plockton IV52 8TN
friday 29 November 6pm – 8.30pm
saturday 30 November 10am – 8pm
sunday 1st December 10am – 6pm
Fourplus are four contemporary Scottish artists, Elaine Allison, Pat Bray, Kyra
Clegg, Miriam Drysdale. Each year they hold an exhibition inviting other
Scottish artists to join them. The guest artists for this year are Anonee
(anonymous paper book sculptor), Poppy Cyster, Kate Downie, Lorna Fraser,
Diana Hope, Paul Furneaux, Heather McDermott, Judith MacLachlan, Leena
Nammari, CP Campbell, Michael Wolchover.
Commission from the sales of all artworks goes to the childrenʼs charity,
Started in 1999 by four graduates of Duncan of Jordanstone Fourplus has
raised over £17000 for charity.