7 April to 26 May
In 563 AD St Columba left the north coast of Ireland to travel by coracle to Scotland, settling on the isle of Iona, off the western tip of Mull. There, he founded a monastery and began his Christian mission. For centuries, pilgrims and artists have journeyed to Iona to visit this 'thin place' - where many believe the gap between heaven and earth to be very narrow.
In this beautiful exhibition, Sarah explores Columba's coastlines, from the north of Ireland to Iona, in a series of paintings and drawings.