2 - 31 March, Preview: Friday 1 March, 6-8pm

Figurative

Joyce Gunn Cairns, Henry Jabbour, Angela Repping, Rebecca Westguard & Graeme Wilcox The second of our small group shows this year focusses on Figurative artists. The Tate defines Figurative Art as “any form of modern art that retains strong references to the real world and particularly to the human figure.” The five artists participating in this exhibition have been invited as their references to the human figure display varying levels of abstraction and individual expression. Joyce Gunn Cairns graduated from Edinburgh College Art having previously studied German & Comparativ...

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26 January to 24 February 2019, Preview Friday 25 January 6-8pm

Architectural Landscape

We will be doing a number of small group shows around a theme this year, featuring up to six artists exhibiting six or so pieces each. The first small group show pulls together six artists inspired by architecture. Each has a very distinctive style achieved through employing different creative techniques. George Birrell, working mostly with oils, plays around with areas of colour until he is happy with the balance and then creates the buildings and paraphernalia that are associated with the area…most commonly the East Neuk of Fife but he is working on one or two new pieces from recent ...

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8 December to 20 January. Preview Friday 7 December, 6-8pm.

Winter Mixed Exhibition

Our Winter Mixed Exhibition pulls together a number of our regular gallery artists along with one or two new faces. With a wide variety of painting, sculpture and ceramics, there's sure to be something to suit most tastes. Participating artists include, Claire Beattie, George Birrell, Georgina Bown, Davy Brown, Dominique Cameron, Sandra Collins, Alan Connell, Ann Cowan, Fee Dickson, Matthew Draper, Neal Greig, Andy Heald, Henry Jabbour, Rachel Marshall, Ann Oram, Allan J Robertson, Arran Ross, Gordon M Scott, Jayne Stokes, Astrid Trügg with ceramics from Leonie MacMillan and Sarah Lawson ...

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10 November to 2 December 2018. Preview Friday 9 November 6-8pm

Allusion III

Allusion III RGI artists working in the Narrative tradition. Ade Adesina RSA RGI, Reinhard Behrens RSW RGI, June Carey RSW RGI PAI, Jimmy Cosgrove RSW RGI PAI, Jim Dunbar PRSW RWS RGI, Ronald Forbes RSA RGI, Gordon Mitchell RSW RSA RGI, Neil Macdonald RSW RGI PAI, Neil MacPherson RSA RSW RGI, Alice McMurrough RSW RGI PAI, Heather Nevay RGI, Murray Robertson RGI, Peter Thomson RGI, James Tweedie RGI, Helen Wilson RSW RGI PAI & Adrian Wiszniewski RSA RGI. 10 November – 4 December 2018 Private View, Friday 9 November 6-8pm This exhibition is a selection of work by 16 of the e...

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6 October to 4 November 2018, Private View - Friday 5 October 6-8pm

Simon Laurie, Jock MacInnes & Astrid Trügg

6 October to 4 November 2018 Private View - Friday 5 October, 6-8pm Our next exhibition features three artists whose work has a common thread; a fascination and understanding of texture, colour and form. The work of Simon Laurie, Jock MacInnes and Astrid Trügg draws inspiration from many sources, but the St Ives artists Ben Nicholson, Alfred Wallis, Wilhelmina Barns Graham and Terry Frost as well as William Scott, Braque and Morandi have all had a lasting influence. Simon Laurie’s work, whether his stylised still life, abstract landscapes or simplistic heads, has a natural rhythm, ...

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1 - 30 September 2018, Private View - 31 August 6-8pm

Dominique Cameron – The Wood

  1-30 September Private View - 31 August 6-8pm Dominique Cameron spent nine months in a wood in Fife, not every day, but at least once a week walking, drawing, writing and painting this most complicated of spaces. Here the landscape snares, entangles, along paths where the light flickers and pools of shadows sharpen the senses. From Winter to Spring and early summer she charted the changes through ice and snow, rain, wind and sun, painting, amongst other things large scale works on paper on the woodland floor, attempting to articulate the nature of trees in all their constant mo...

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