Tigh Mor, Loch Achray

Tigh Mor Trossachs Art and Craft Fair, Loch Achray, Stirlingshire CANCELLED



I will be showing a selection of my work as part of the art and craft fair at Tigh Mor Trossachs Hotel,  between 10am and 12 pm on 22nd June, 2017.

Tigh Mor Trossachs, the ‘big house in the Trossachs’, was a sadly neglected former hotel when it was rescued and restored to its former glory. Following a multi-million pound restoration and development programme, Tigh Mor emerged every bit as magnificent as it was in its heyday when Queen Victoria stayed there. Today it provides a choice of outstanding holiday apartments and cottages.

With magnificent views across Loch Achray, Tigh Mor offers a romantic introduction to the magnificent scenery of Highland Scotland – a land of craggy mountains, deep-cut glens and shimmering lochs, purple heather moorland and green forests


HIGHLAND SHOW heavy horses

Drymen Show 27th May, 2017

Young Clydesdale mareI will be visiting Drymen Show on 27th May, 2017, with a trade stand featuring my work, including fine art prints and a range of equestrian-themed gifts.

This is the first time I have been to this show, and I am looking forward to meeting customers from the farming and equestrian world.  I hope to meet some of the beautiful animals as well.


Charcoal 3 two horses in paddock charcoal drawing

Contemporary equestrian art at the British Craft Trade Fair 2nd-4th April, 2017

British Craft Trade Fair 2017Diana Hand at British Craft Trade Fair    Stand 130

I will be be showing a range of unusual and original equestrian drawings available as originals and  fine art prints. I also have a reasonably priced range of small products such as silk scarves, calendars, cards, books and mugs which make excellent gifts for horse lovers of all ages and budgets.  My drawings are spontaneous, striking and simple, and make fabulous contemporary visual statements in home or office.

I  am looking forward to displaying my new work at this prestigious and long established event in the brand-new new exhibition centre on the Great Yorkshire  Showground, Harrogate.

BCTF has for the past 42 years been showcasing the best of British craft and art.  The fairs are strictly trade-only and showcase work from exclusively British and Irish makers. BCTF differs from other trade fairs in that no mass-manufactured products or products made overseas are allowed. Visitors can be confident, therefore, that they will be presented with a selection of the best hand-made British giftware available in the UK.

I look forward to seeing you there!

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