Interior Kirkpatrick Juxta Church  by Stuart  Fellowes

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Interior by architect James Barbour 1799-1800. Pulpit in the centre of the long N wall. Gallery with a boldly bracketed front across the ends of the main block and filling the S ‘aisle’; it is carried on thin cast-iron columns which rise through it to support the collars of the open wooden roof.

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I am a professional Sculptor, modelmaker, landscape photographer and digital artist. I run a business called Longline Studio where we hand-manufacture ornamental models and artwork depicting Scotlands architectural, transport, Celtic and Pictish subjects.

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  • Marie Sharp
    Marie Sharpabout 1 year ago

  • Thank you for the feature spot, much apreciated

    – Stuart Fellowes

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