Wester Ross art show marks Year of Natural Scotland

Clay figures Art work was created in the Beinn Eighe nature reserve as part of Ceangal

An international arts project celebrating the Year of Natural Scotland will hold its final show in Kinlochewe Hall on Friday.

Ceangal has attracted artists from Japan, Poland, France, India and Scotland.

Now in its second year, the project is organised by Gairloch-based artist Lynn Bennett-Mackenzie.

The 2013 event involved working with Scottish Natural Heritage and art being created in Beinn Eighe nature reserve.

The area in Wester Ross is the UK's oldest national nature reserve and was established more than 50 years ago.

A sculptor and a fine artist were among those involved in the latest Ceangal project.

The Year of Natural Scotland involves organisations such as SNH and VisitScotland.

It is being held to promote Scottish wildlife, habitats and landscapes.

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