24 August to 22 September 2019, Preview Friday 23 August 6-8pm

What’s the Story…?

  Narrative Painting by Harry Holland, Alan Macdonald, Robert Macmillan & Paul Reid 24 August – 22 September 2019 Private View, Friday 23 August 6-8pm Our next small group exhibition features four outstanding figurative artists who lace their work with intriguing narrative. Imaginative and thought provoking, each artists work is immediately recognisable with their own very distinctive style. Harry Holland is widely regarded as one of Britain’s leading figurative artists. Born in Glasgow in 1941, he trained at St Martin’s School of Art in London and has been liv...

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Saturday 15 June to Sunday 18 August, Preview Friday 14 June 6-8pm

Mixed Summer Exhibition

Our next exhibition is a little longer than normal and spans two months over the summer and will feature a variety of gallery artists as well as introducing a few new artists who haven't shown with us before. At the moment the lineup includes work by; Sam Bain, George Birrell, Georgina Bown, Alison Burt, Dominique Cameron, Alan Connell, Ann Cowan, Joseph Davie, Carol Dewart PAI RSW, Fee Dickson, Aine Divine, Matthew Draper SSA VAS PA, George Gilbert RSW, Andy Heald, Jennifer Irvine RGI RSW, Stephen Mangan, Rachel Marshall, Hazel Nagl RSW RGI PAI, Jacqueline Orr RSW RGI PAI, Angela Reppin...

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11 May to 9 June, Preview Friday 10 May 6-8pm.

Group 13 Artists

  Colin Brown, John Brown RSW, Rowena Comrie, Annette Edgar,  Alexandra Gardner, Charles Jamieson MFA PAI PPAI, John Kingsley DA RSW PAI, Liz Knox DA PAI PPAI, Steven Lindsay, Michael G Clark PAI RSW, Kim Scouller, Elaine Speirs and Peter Tudhope. Our next exhibition leads us into the Summer months and with a theme of Cafés and Tearooms there are a number of pieces that will get you in the mood for lazy, sunny days, coffee and croissants, continental cafés and village squares. The work has been provided by the Group 13 Artists. A little background... "In 2010, artist Liz...

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6 April to 5 May. Preview Friday 5 April, 6-8pm.


  Chris Brook, John Brown RSW, Dominique Cameron, Alison Dunlop RSW, Simon Laurie RSW RGI, Christopher Wood RSW and ceramics from Lucy Dunce. 6 April to 5 May, Preview Friday, 5 April from 6-8pm The third of our small group shows this year concentrates on an Abstract theme. The Chambers Dictionary defines “abstract” as, to draw away, to separate or to summarize, and as a noun, “That part or thing which represents the essence.” In many ways all painting and drawing is abstracted to some extent. Some of the best drawing is achieved using the very minimum of lines, abstra...

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


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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