Edinburgh pubs including Usquabae, Mather’s and Ryan’s Bar have been selected to feature a selection of art from across Scotland to launch of the ‘UK’s first fine art crawl’.

Work by Edinburgh artists like Yulia Allan, Allison Young, Karen Cairns, Ann Cowan, Graham Burrows and Clive Ramage will be featured in the bar’s pop-up galleries.

And some of the artists will be on-location to share a rare first-hand perspective on their inspiration and process.

Edinburgh Art Fair (EAF) sponsor Tobermory Distillery are behind the specially-curated tour and visitors will be given the chance to sample a different aspect of deluxe highland produce as the tour progresses.

Tobermory whisky, Scottish oysters, whisky cocktails, Scottish cheeses, Tobermory gin and Highland venison will flavour each stop along the way.

Stephen Woodcock, distillery manager, said: “Creative expression is at the heart of everything we do at Tobermory. With a distillery in the remote serenity of Mull and so much creativity coming from the colours and landscapes of the island, how could we not be inspired to bring this onto the mainland and into bars for everyone to see?”

Tickets for the two-hour walking tours are available for either Saturday 23rd or Sunday 24th of November at 2.30pm, priced £15 on Eventbrite

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