Latest Paintings...

Click a painting above to view

Scottish Art Gallery Showcasing Scottish Fine Art and Paintings

Fidra Fine Art Relocates to Gullane

After 6 years trading from our home on Dirleton Avenue in North Berwick, Fidra Fine Art are relocating the gallery to the property on Main Street, Gullane which was previously occupied by Gullane Art Gallery.

We have a built up a comprehensive list of some of the most notable artists working in Scotland today and feel the time is right to move into a more traditional high street space. We look forward to continuing the good work that Roy and Gail McGregor have done in establishing the gallery in Gullane whilst introducing new artists and our own ideas.

We would like to thank all our customers and artists who have supported us over the years in North Berwick and hope that you will continue to do so by making the short trip along to Gullane to see us.

We are aiming to open the doors on Saturday 26th May but please keep an eye on our website for updates. Our opening exhibition will feature new work by a variety of our existing artists as well as one or two historical pieces with local interest.

Until then we are happy to arrange appointments at the gallery in North Berwick to view the current Mixed Exhibition and any of the other available artworks on our website.

New address will be – 7-8 Stanley Road, Gullane, East Lothian EH31 2AD.

Current Exhibition

New Beginnings
Our first exhibition in our new premises in Gullane will be a Mixed Exhibition featuring new work by a variety of gallery artists including Matthew Draper, Ann Oram, Simon Laurie, Graeme Wilcox, Alan Connell, George Birrell, Neil Macdonald, Alice McMurrough, Astrid Trügg, Dominique Cameron, Andy Heald, Jayne Stokes and many more. We will also be showing for the first time work by Gail Murray RSW PAI, Robert Murray RGI RSW PAI and Kirsty Cohen. A really great line up for our first show.

We will open the doors on Saturday 26 May from 12-5pm and would be delighted if you could join us to celebrate our opening.

Going forward our new opening hours will be: 11am-5pm Tuesday to Saturday, 12-5pm Sunday and Closed Mondays except Bank Holidays.

Hope to see you soon.

Featured Artist

Astrid Trügg
Astrid was born in the Netherlands in 1972. In 1991 she graduated from the Utrecht School of Art with a degree in painting.
Inspired by Edinburgh and the Scottish coastline, Astrid moved to Scotland in 2003 where she successfully completed a post graduate course at the Leith School of Art. In 2010 she has moved to the city of Amersfoort in the Netherlands and later to Hertfordshire and has now moved back to Scotland, where she continues to work from her studio at Coburg House Art Studios in Leith.
Astrid always had deep interest in architecture, shapes and contours of the cityscape and harbours. Later she also turned her attention to Still Life.
She chooses everyday objects attracted by their simple shapes or textures, or objects that have a reference to the seaside. These things bring back memories of her childhood, family history and travels, or have had a history that reflects this. Although she surrounds herself with these objects, she paints them from what is in her head.
By working with collage, pigments and gesso, she is able to work back into layers of paint, which create fascinating textures that reflect these interests.


1972 Born, The Netherlands
1990 – 1991 History of Art & French, Université de Droit, Aix en Provence, France
1991 – 1997 BA Painting, Utrecht School of Art
1995 – 1996 Painting and Jewellery Design, East Carolina University, USA
2004 – 2005 1 Year Full Time Painting Course, Leith School of Art


Richard Hagen Gallery (feature) The Cotswolds, England
Open Eye Gallery (solo) Edinburgh,
Artacasa Gallery (solo) Amsterdam,
Affordable Art Fair London
Affordable Art Fair Amsterdam
Flat Cat Gallery Lauder
Number 4 Gallery St Abbs
Gallery De Vis Harlingen, the Netherlands
Scottish Gallery Edinburgh
Gallery Belled Driebergen, the Netherlands
Henderson Gallery (solo) Edinburgh
Leith Gallery Edinburgh
Dutch Consulate Edinburgh
Air Gallery London
Saltbox Gallery York
Frames Gallery Perth