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Exhibitions

We hold between six and eight exhibitions every year and you can see them all on the website. It may be that work from previous exhibitions is still available. Do enquire if you are interested. We would ask that work in a current exhibition remains in the gallery until the end of the exhibition but we can make exceptions in special circumstances...

We hold between six and eight exhibitions every year and you can see them all on the website. It may be that work from previous exhibitions is still available. Do enquire if you are interested. We would ask that work in a current exhibition remains in the gallery until the end of the exhibition but we can make exceptions in special circumstances. Sizes given for artworks exclude frames. Prices include frames unless otherwise stated. If you would like to see hi-res images or images of framed works or you would like any further information, please get in touch.

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  • Summer Exhibition 2015

    12 July to 25 August 2015

    Summer is here and it is time for our annual Summer Exhibition. It is a wonderfully colourful show with a very wide range of work.

    Artists taking part include Anne Anderson, Kelly-anne Cairns, Janet Cleghorn, Andy Cross, Marion Drummond, Moira Ferrier RSW, Claire Harkess RSW, Rodger Insh, Garry Harper, James Harrigan, Wendy Houston, D.E.Johnston, Jennifer Mackenzie, Duncan Macleod RSW, Ian Mastin, Jenny Matthews, Drummond Mayo, Mhairi McGregor RSW, Lesley McLaren, Illona Morrice, George Muir, James Orr, Alexander Robb, Michael J.Ross, Patricia Sadler, Erlend Tait, Marion Thomson, Alan S.Watson, Maggie Williams and Jim Wylie.

  • Catriona Millar In...

    24 May to 21 June 2015

    Catriona Millar is one of Scotland’s most collectable artists. Ever since her 2005 Degree Show at Aberdeen’s Gray’s School of Art sold out within a few hours, Catriona Millar’s work has earned both critical and public acclaim. She relocated to East Sussex in 2012 so we are delighted to have the opportunity to mount a solo exhibition of her work — her first in Scotland since then.



    “Up close the viewer is tempted to reach out and touch the canvas, so packed is it with paint. While this might be seen as simply a preferred painting technique, the depth of character and subtle nuances of narrative that Catriona Millar achieves is what sets her figurative work apart from anything else you’ll see.” 

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    Complementing Catriona Millar’s work is a collection of paintings by eight exceptional Scottish artists known for their colour: Carol Dewart, Jackie Gardiner, James Harrigan, Amaryllis Johnston, Jennifer Mackenzie, Jacqueline Orr RSW, James Orr and Marion Thomson. Scottish artists are renowned for their colour and these artists all display an acute colour sense. 

  • Spring Exhibition 2015

    1 March to 14 April 2015

    Spring is coming;  snowdrops are blooming, the days are lengthening and our annual Spring Exhibition has arrived.  Many artists exhibiting are well known at Tolquhon but there are also a number of artists showing with us for the first time.   

    Artists taking part include Janet Cleghorn, Marion Drummond, Winifred Fergus, Moira Ferrier RSW, Gillian Goodheir, Madeleine Hand, Garry Harper, James Harrigan, Wendy Houston, Susie Hunt,  Jim Livingstone, Jennifer Mackenzie, Duncan Macleod RSW, Mhairi McGregor RSW, Lesley McLaren, Hazel Nagl RSW RGI, PAI,  James Orr, Barbara Robertson, Ann Ross RSW, Danny Ross, Patricia Sadler, Tom Shanks RSW RGI PAI,  Ingebjorg Smith and Jim Wylie.

    The exhibition features a new collection of sculptural wood and fused glass pieces by Scott Irvine and hand-painted aluminium jewellery by Miranda Peckitt of Very Colourful Jewellery.

  • Christmas Exhibition 2014

    9 November to 22 December 2014

    Christmas is coming and we are delighted to present Paintings, Original Prints, Sculpture, Ceramics, Wood, Glass and Jewellery by artists including Anne Anderson, Walter Awlson, Jane Blair, Chris Bushe RSW, Catriona Campbell, Sarah Carrington, Jane Charles, Malcolm Cheape, Tim Cockburn, Kirstie Cohen, Kenna Crawford, Marion Drummond, Winifred Fergus, Moira Ferrier RSW, Peter Foyle, Jackie Gardiner, James Harrigan, Alan Hayman, Wendy Houston, Susie Hunt, Aliisa Hyslop, Amaryllis Johnston, D.E.Johnston, Jim Livingstone, Mhairi McGregor RSW, Duncan Macleod RSW, Jean Martin RSW, Ian Mastin, Drummond Mayo, Catriona Millar, Fiona Millar, Illona Morrice, Hazel Nagl RSW RGI PAI, Lucy Newton, Kathryn O'Kell, James Orr, Barbara Robertson, Ann Ross RSW, Michael Ross RSW, Patricia Sadler, Tom Shanks RSW RGI PAI, Joe Smernicki, Helen Tabor, Marion Thomson, Christine Woodside RSW RGI, Marie Louise Wrightson and Jim Wylie.

  • The Lonely Sea and the...

    7 September to 7 October 2014

    The sea surrounds us and affects us. This exhibition is by a select group of artists whose work is inspired by the sea. As well as Paintings, the exhibition includes original Prints, Sculpture and Ceramics. Artists taking part include Ruth Brownlee, Gordon Bryce RSA RSW, Sarah Carrington, Malcolm Cheape, Kirstie Cohen, Kenna Crawford, Jim Dunbar RSW, Moira Ferrier RSW, Peter Foyle, Ronnie Fulton, Gillian Goodheir, Stewart Lammie, Duncan Macleod RSW, Danny Ross, Patricia Sadler, Tom Shanks RSW RGI PAI, Marion Thomson and Alan Watson.

  • Summer Exhibition 2014

    27 July to 2 September 2014

    Summer is here and our Summer Exhibition is a lively colourful exhibition with a huge range of work on show.

    Artists include Walter Awlson, Chris Bushe RSW, Catriona Campbell, Jane Charles, Tim Cockburn, Marion Drummond, Moira Ferrier RSW, Claire Harkess RSW, Claire Harrigan, James Harrigan, Wendy Houston, Susie Hunt, D.E.Johnston, Charles MacQueen RSW RGI, Suzan Malcolm, Jennifer Mackenzie, Mhairi McGregor RSW, Sophie McKay Knight, Rob Newton, James Orr, Barbara Robertson, Patricia Sadler, Joe Smernicki, Marion Thomson, Alan Watson, Christine Woodside RSW RGI, Marie Louise Wrightson and Steve Wrghtson.

  • Illona Morrice — June...

    8 June to 6 July 2014

    ILLONA MORRICE grew up in Denmark with a painter father and a potter mother so becoming a sculptor seemed natural. She now lives on the Moray coast where she finds much inspiration in the sea and in the rocks and stones on the beach. People and animals also inspire her work. For ceramic sculptures, she uses stoneware clay fired to 1240°C. Each piece is unique, being laboriously and individually created. Illona also casts some sculpture in bronze, in small limited editions, each subtly different. We are always delighted to show Illona’s work at Tolquhon. "Over the years I've realised I can say much more with less, so my sculptures have become more simplified, but I hope more powerful."

  • Alan Hayman — Wild...

    11 May to 3 June 2014

    ALAN HAYMAN has a large studio overlooking the Sound of Mull. He spends his time exploring on his boat and painting this spectacular part of Scotland. Alan was born in Montrose in 1947. When most of his peers were still playing with toys, he was studying and drawing the bird life of Montrose Basin. He has had no formal training but has developed his work through his own study of landscape and wildlife, all the while honing remarkable painting skills. Painting is his life and he believes he was born to paint, even teaching himself taxidermy to achieve a better understanding of the anatomy of birds and animals. Before moving to the West Coast, in 2008, Alan lived in Glenlyon, Perthshire, for 20 years, painting his magnificent surroundings. We are delighted to be hosting the first solo exhibition for 5 years of this highly collectable artist.

  • Spring Exhibition 2014

    2 March to 21 April 2014

    As the days lengthen, we open our 2014 programme of exhibitions with our annual Spring Exhibition. The show includes a wide range of paintings, original prints, wood, glass and ceramics by Anne Anderson, Ian Bashford, David Body, Ruth Brownlee, Jane Charles, Tim Cockburn, Kirstie Cohen, Emma Davis RSW, Winifred Fergus, Moira Ferrier RSW, Gillian Goodheir, Madeleine Hand, James Harrigan, Wendy Houston, Aliisa Hyslop, Amaryllis Johnston, Elaine Jones, Jim Livingstone, Ian Mastin, Jean Martin RSW RGI, Drummond Mayo, Mhairi McGregor RSW, Fiona Millar, John Lowrie Morrison, Donald Murray, Hazel Nagl RSW RGI, James Orr, Ann Ross RSW, Patricia Sadler, Tom Shanks RSW RGI PAI, Ingebjorg Smith, Erlend Tait, Pamela Tait, Marion Thomson, Maggie Williams, Jennifer Wilson, Marie Louise Wrightson, Steve Wrightson and Jim Wylie.

  • Christmas Exhibition 2013

    10 November to 22 December 2013

    Our annual Christmas Exhibition is full of life and colour. We are delighted to present Paintings, Original Prints, Sculpture, Ceramics, Wood, Glass and Jewellery by artists including Caroline Bailey RSW, Gordon Bryce RSW RSA, Chris Bushe RSW, Catriona Campbell, Jane Charles, Malcolm Cheape, Tim Cockburn, Marion Drummond, Moira Ferrier RSW, Chris Forsey RI, Gillian Goodheir, Madeleine Hand, James Harrigan, Alan Hayman, D.E.Johnston, Christine McArthur, Mhairi McGregor RSW, Sheila McInnes, Lesley McLaren, Duncan Macleod RSW, Charles MacQueen RSW, Sian MacQueen, Suzan Malcolm, Ian Mastin, Jenny Matthews, Fiona Millar, John Lowrie Morrison, Lucy Newton, Jacqueline Orr RSW RGI, James Orr, Barbara Robertson, Ann Ross RSW, Michael Ross RSW, Patricia Sadler, Tom Shanks RSW RGI PAI, Joe Smernicki, Karen Smith, Katy Spong, Helen Tabor, Marion Thomson, Kitty Watt, Christine Woodside RSW RGI, Marie Louise Wrightson, Steve Wrightson and Jim Wylie. Please contact us if you would like further details about artists or work available. We can arrange delivery throughout the country and overseas in time for Christmas.

  • A Brush with...

    8 September to 8 October 2013

    Every day at Tolquhon we have a brush with nature. We see roe deer, foxes, badgers, the occasional osprey or sparrowhawk, butterflies, frogs, ladybirds ... the list goes on. This exhibition captures the richness and delight of the natural world. As well as Paintings, the exhibition includes Sculpture, original Prints, Wood Carvings and Jewellery. Artists taking part include Winifred Fergus, Madeleine Hand, Claire Harkess RSW, Sam Macdonald, Illona Morrice, Lucy Newton, Kathryn O'Kell, Barbara Robertson, Derek Robertson RSW, Ingebjorg Smith and Fiona Watson.

  • Summer Exhibition 2013

    30 June to 11 August 2013

    You could scarcely find an image more redolent of summer and fun days at the beach than Marie Louise Wrightson’s ‘Ahoy Captain’.  She is just one of the artists taking part in our annual Summer Exhibition. Others include Anne Anderson, Chris Bushe RSW, Kelly-anne Cairns, Jane Charles, Tim Cockburn, Kirstie Cohen, Moira Ferrier RSW, John Glynn, Gillian Goodheir, James Harrigan, Wendy Houston, Aliisa Hyslop, D.E.Johnston, Sophie McKay Knight, Peter Layton, Drummond Mayo, Lesley McLaren, Fiona Millar, James Orr, Barbara Robertson, Ann Ross RSW, Patricia Sadler, Stephen Shankland,Tom Shanks RSW RGI PAI, Marion Thomson, Kitty Watt, John Wetten Brown and Jim Wylie.

  • Introductions — May 2013

    19 May to 18 June 2013

    All the artists in this special exhibition are exhibiting at Tolquhon for the first time. We are pleased to introduce well known established artists as well as newly emerging artists. Artists taking part include Emma Butler-Cole Aiken, John Bell, Cathy Campbell, Lucy Campbell, Sopho Chkhikvadze, Sue Dunne, Alan Hayman, Kittie Jones, Susie Leiper, Jim Livingstone, Christine McArthur, Lesley McLaren, Fiona Millar, Beth Robertson Fiddes, Melodie Stacey, Helen Tabor, Frank To and Steve Wrightson.

  • Ian Mastin — Still...

    19 May to 18 June 2013

    Ian Mastin was born in Leicestershire. While a child, he moved with his family to Queensland, Australia. It was during the mid 1980's, when sketching for recreation, that Ian was invited to exhibit his work in a Brisbane gallery. In 1991 he returned with his Scottish-born wife and their children to Britain, settling in East Lothian. It was here that again he was drawn back to art, and after a year of experimentation in fundamental techniques, committed himself to painting full-time. Realising early in his career that traditional still life painted in acrylics would give him the direction he had been seeking, he rapidly developed, along with an obvious excellence in technique, a strong passion for this chosen genre. Though he gains inspiration from numerous sources such as the Dutch and Flemish Masters of the 17th Century, his work also suggests a timeless quality that is not bound by tradition or convention. In particular, Ian enjoys working with items of simple utilitarian use - the detritus of life from earlier generations - a sense of appreciation in reflecting upon old, used everyday objects which may have little intrinsic value other than a strong attachment to an intimate past. Ian exhibits regularly in the UK and now again, Australia, though his paintings with their obvious appeal are found in collections throughout the world.

  • Spring Exhibition 2013

    3 March to 14 April 2013

    Our annual Spring Exhibition brings together a stimulating range of paintings, original prints, wood, glass and ceramics. Those taking part include Ruth Brownlee, Jane Charles, Frank Colclough, Marion Drummond, Winifred Fergus, Moira Ferrier RSW, Willie Fulton, Gillian Goodheir, James Harrigan, Wendy Houston, Susie Hunt, Amaryllis Johnston, Sophie McKay Knight, Jennifer Mackenzie, Duncan Macleod RSW, Jenny Matthews, Mhairi McGregor RSW, John Lowrie Morrison, George Muir, Jacqueline Orr RSW, James Orr, Evelyn Pottie, Paul Raine, Ann Ross RSW, Danny Ross, Patricia Sadler, Tom Shanks RSW RGI PAI, Joe Smernicki, David Smith RSW, Ingebjorg Smith, Alan Watson, Kitty Watt, Jennifer Wilson, Christine Woodside RSW RGI and Jim Wylie.

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