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Artspace2Let is a not for profit organisation dedicated to exhibiting new and emerging artists' work in and around Edinburgh.

We know what it's like trying to get a foot on the art-career ladder, so we keep commission charges low, assist with hanging work and help artists to make connections that will hopefully help them to develop a supportive and informed network of contacts - as well as hopefully finding buyers.


Sandilands, Yeung

I studied at Edinburgh College of Art, and I currently live and work in Edinburgh. The subject matter of my painting is the tranquility, stillness, and solitude of nature. I express my feelings about joyful moments in the landscape with bold, warm and lively colours. My surroundings where I live give me great inspiration too. I often paint gardens, the Meadows and Botanic gardens. I celebrate the change of nature through the four seasons with brush strokes and vibrant colour. Listening to classical music is also such an important element for my painting process, which often influences my colour palette. My work is inspired by Impressionism.

Pauley, Emma

“Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design is a fantastic Art School and I thoroughly enjoyed my experience there, graduating in 2009 with my Honours Degree in Printed Textile Design. My latest collection of original paintings features Scottish wildlife and nature, using a variety of techniques. Most of my paintings are on canvas and are painted in a selection of materials - mainly acrylics and pen and ink but many pieces are mixed media. Commissions are most welcome!”

Emma is the owner of Miss Pauley's, a craft centre in Chalmers Street, in the heart of Dunfermline. A Gift Shop, Workshop space and Art Gallery bursting with local talent, it sells arts and crafts from local makers as well as running craft courses and hosting creative events.

Snow, Michael

M J Snow is an Edinburgh based artist who takes inspiration from his surroundings, from emotive and captivating architecture to the energetic and colourful textures of day to day experiences.  Working through a variety of mediums M J Snow creates his impression of interaction and movement against the backdrop of everyday life. These pieces form part of a collection of charcoals capturing a true reflection of Edinburgh’s inner soul as a modern, living and working city.