Torrance Gallery Dundas Street Edinburgh

Christmas at The Torrance Gallery

https://www.torrancegallery.co.uk/christmas-exhibition

High Mountain Pasture 27 x 28.5cms £275

 

Festival City 35 x 18cms £370

Winter Glen 27 x 28.5cms £275

Address36 Dundas St, Edinburgh EH3 6JN

Hours

Monday 11am–6pm
Tuesday 11am–6pm
Wednesday 11am–6pm
Thursday 11am–6pm
Friday 11am–6pm
Saturday

(St. Andrew’s Day)
10:30am–4pm

Hours might differ
Sunday Closed
Phone0131 556 6366

MacRobert Arts Centre Handmade Exhibition 2019

Back for its fifth year, the wonderful MacRobert Handmade foyer exhibition is open and free until 5 January 2020. Located at the heart of the University of Stirling, the Macrobert Arts Centre https://macrobertartscentre.org is a cultural hub for Stirling, the Forth Valley and Scotland and it’s here that I’m exhibiting the following paintings, together with a range of prints and cards:

 

Autumn Waters, Stirling Auld Bridge £1500

Dawn on the Royal Mile, Edinburgh £725

Auld Bridge Twist, Stirling £475

Woman and her Cello with Tulips £1575

Joan Eardley and the Ginger Jar £1375

Flood Tide at Kildean Loop, River Forth £1200

East End Evening, Edinburgh £525

Tropical Abstract £975

Blue Autumn Birch Wood £1275

 

Atholl Gallery, Dunkeld, Perthshire

Early Autumn Woodland 49 x 58 cms

Iona at the Atholl Gallery, Dunkeld from 12 October onwards

‘Magical Golden Hare’ 60 x 90 cms

6 Atholl Street
Dunkeld, Perthshire
PH8 0AR

SCOTLAND
Tel: 01350 728855
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Open every day 11am until 5pm

‘Soft Dawn on the River’

‘From Iona to Mull’

 

The well established Atholl Gallery in Dunkeld has been selling the best of contemporary Scottish art for over 30 years. The gallery has regularly changing exhibitions by well known Scottish artists as well as up and coming talent. The gallery’s reputation for quality and variety is underpinned by the large range of limited edition prints and the selection of ceramics, glassware, jewellery, sculpture, woodcraft, metalwork and unusual furniture offered

Creative Flow workshop Lecropt Kirk Hall, Bridge of Allan, Saturday 22 February 2020

      

Our day is about letting materials flow, mixing and texture and colour, allowing the magic to unfold without a desired outcome.  When we allow this to happen, images can rise from the paint.

It’s a powerful way to create.

There is no outcome to achieve, if any goal does exists, it’s seeing just how much we can let go of expectation and judgement.  Paint as if the outcome doesn’t matter to you.  Come and mix materials – acrylic,  ink, pastel and more, and see what happens.  You will be amazed what happens.  If you believe you are rubbish at art and not in the least bit creative then this is the workshop for you.

All materials provided. £90

Lecropt Kirk Hall

Bridge of Allan FK9 4NB

www.lecroptkirk.org.uk

To reserve your space with a £45 deposit and for further details, please call me on 07773 347 780 or message me via the contact page on this website.

          

 

 

 

St Modan’s High School, Stirling

There’s a wonderfully energetic art department at this Stirling school and for a couple of months now, the Advanced Sixth year students have been paying for a day of my time.  I set up a still life arrangement and then work through a mixed media painting of it from the very first sketches to the last piece of oil paint, pastel, charcoal and ink mark.  They get to witness first hand a painting emerge from scratch with all the drips, scratches, crises and triumphs.  And even if they do not choose to work on the still life arrangement themselves, the principles of internal struggles, composition, media, doubts and triumphs are common to all of us.

It’s such fun and so stimulating that although I’m paid for one day I usually end up staying for three!

       

Stirling Castle ‘River, Town, Castle and Kirk’ exhibition

Currently for sale in Stirling Castle’s Unicorn Cafe is a wide selection of mixed media contemporary Scottish paintings by Stirling artist Iona Leishman.  The show reflects the land and townscapes of Stirling and the River Forth.

Iona was Historic Environment Scotland’s first artist in residence at Stirling Castle and has exhibited consistently there since 2011.  Her knowledge and feeling for the castle and its human history is expressed through her vividly-imagined historical paintings.

Opening times: Every day 9.30am to 5pm, last entry 4.15pm.  Free with castle entry ticket.

 

 ‘In the Shadow of the Wallace Monument’ 82 x 61cms SOLD

 

 ‘Auld Bridge Twist’ 44 x 37cms £675.00