Mixed Summer Exhibition – 2020

Until 16 August

We are delighted to welcome you back to the gallery and view art again “in the flesh”.  For everyone’s comfort and safety we are restricting access to one person or family group at any one time. We have several dispensers with hand sanitiser dotted around the gallery for your use and I have moved my desk into the back room so visitors have the full gallery to enjoy. In line with government guidance face coverings should be worn at all times when visiting the gallery.

We will be easing back in with revised opening times:

Tuesday to Saturday 11am-3pm

Sunday 12-3pm

Closed Mondays

For those who are making a special trip or would prefer a set time we are happy to arrange appointments between 3-5pm each day. 

As we were unable to access the gallery space we decided to postpone, until next year, our “Idiosyncratic” exhibition, featuring the work of Mark Bannerman, Joseph Davie, Alan Macdonald, Alice McMurrough RGI RSW PAI & Gordon Mitchell RSA RSW RGI. Instead we brought forward our Mixed Summer Exhibition and ran it for a few weeks online but now we can at last view the work, “in the flesh”, in the gallery.

I am delighted that the artists from the “Idiosyncratic” exhibition have still been able to submit a number of pieces and will be exhibiting alongside a whole host of cracking artists… so far confirmed are; George Birrell, Dominique Cameron, Matthew Draper SSA VAS PS, Michael Durning PPAI PAI RSW, Neal Greig, Andy Heald, Whyn Lewis, Neil Macdonald RGI RSW PAI, Rachel Marshall, Heather Nevay RGI, Ann Oram RSW, Paul Reid, David Schofield, Astrid Trügg, Graeme Wilcox & Christopher Wood RSW with ceramics and sculpture from Andrew Adair and Arran Ross.

It really is a great line up of some of the most popular and interesting artists working in Scotland today. The exhibition covers a wide range of styles and genres and is sure to appeal to art lovers who have been starved of creative visual art during lockdown.

I hope you enjoy the work online but look forward to welcoming you back to the gallery very soon. If you need any further information or would like to book an appointment, please feel free to get in touch.

In the meantime, please stay safe. Hope to see you soon.