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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.


Gardner, Chloe

Inspired by her beautiful surroundings here in Edinburgh and the 5 years she lived in Brazil, Chloe Gardner produces bright striking pictures in acrylics. Favourite subjects include stags, butterflies and highland cows. Living in a wood and in a protected bird area she also uses feathers and leaves to create unique pictures in more natural colours. Using her originals, Chloe has produced an affordable and inspiring collection of prints and cards.

All Chloe’s prints are available in ANY size and with or without frames. Pictures can be printed on paper or canvas and are Giclee prints. Furthermore Chloe has 52 designs of greetings cards.

“Take one look at artist Chloe Gardner’s work and you will realise she has a thing about colour.  Her love of it shines through in her exuberant, uplifting artworks inspired by five years spent living in Brazil, as well as the nature and wildlife surrounding her home now in Scotland.”  - Style Bible, Scotland on Sunday

Drury, Ian

Ian loves painting – it’s his way off switching off and relaxing. His love of art started in his first year at St Joseph’s High School in Kilmarnock, when a portrait he had painted of a classmate was hung in the main hall of the school. Now enjoying his retirement, Ian has the time to explore the beauty of the West coast of Scotland and has returned to painting. He attends classes near his Ayrshire home and has recently completed a portrait course, although it is the coastal splendor of the West of Scotland that is currently inspiring Ian as a landscape painter. However, tomorrow you never know…

Chinniah, Charmaine

Charmaine Chinniah is an Edinburgh-based artist who is originally from Sri Lanka. She is a graduate of Edinburgh College of Art, having specialised in Drawing and Painting. She has exhibited widely in and around Edinburgh, including at the RSA. Her current work is inspired by the seaside of East Lothian. Important elements in her work are her use of colour to evoke mood and atmosphere, with the subtle effects caused by different light on the scene being a primary focus.