Ovenstone 109 was formerly a tractor showroom, then it became Nick Fleming’s brewery and now, during the Festival, the brewery hosts about a dozen artists, whose work ranges from large-scale artworks (this year former Bursary Award Winner Sophia Pauley’s work is a must-see) to smaller craft. With two vast high-ceilinged rooms, artists can better display their work and visitors have room to move.
You have to add the bonuses of being able to sit down with an excellent range of refreshments, to park in an extensive area or travel there and back on the Festival’s free Shuttle Bus which loops round the village. And, the raison d’être of Ovenstone 109, you can see some of the attractive brewing equipment.
To help you get here, at all of 1.5 miles, take a look at the map.
We’ll list all the artists showing and feature their work as the information becomes available
The Royal Burgh of Pittenweem Arts Festival
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