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  • Going Solo — Deborah Phillips and Stephen M.Redpath

    17/09/2020

    At the openings of solo exhibitions, we generally have a large crowd with people keen to meet the artists. The gallery is a sociable place where friends arrange to meet to view exhibitions together, to discuss paintings and perhaps enjoy a glass of wine as they look round a show.

  • Summer Collection — Online at Tolquhon 2020

    3/06/2020

    Painters are painting, sculptors are sculpting, makers are making throughout the country, busy in their studios while lockdown continues. 

  • Art in the time of COVID

    20/05/2020

    Artists like everyone else are being affected in different ways by the Coronavirus lockdown. Some are fine, they are being more productive than ever, their creative drive has been given a boost. Others are finding it very difficult to get motivated.

  • Lang May Yer Lum Reek

    31/12/2019

    It has been a strange year with much political uncertainty which we feel has translated into uncertainty for people thinking of buying art. Many have held back but we have been very busy in the last few weeks so we hope people are beginning to feel confident again.

  • Christmas Gift Guide 2019

    6/12/2019

    A gift of art is a thoughtful and very special gift. What could be more personal? A painting or sculpture or perhaps a piece of studio glass, ceramics or jewellery will be unique and the cost does not have to be prohibitive. 

  • As if by magic

    27/11/2019

    What do you do, Auntie Joan? Do you just speak to people? This question prompted some thoughts about running a gallery.

  • Jolomo - Dealbhadair nan Daoine

    26/06/2019

    A fascinating documentary looking at the life and work of Jolomo was first screened on BBC Alba in 2015 and it has been repeated on a number of occasions since then, most recently on 13 June 2019.

  • John Lowrie Morrison OBE — A Tapestry of Colour

    12/06/2019

    There seems to be rather an air of gloom around at the moment. If it’s not Brexit, it’s the weather; if it’s not the weather, it’s the economy; if it’s not the economy, it’s the environment. So our upcoming exhibition could not be better timed.

  • The Making of ‘Votive Offering No.65’

    10/04/2019

    Kirsty Lorenz began a project in in 2013, ‘Votive Offerings’, a series of paintings of posies made from wild flowers gathered at Balmerino Woods.

  • The Woman Who Rode A Shark — it's publication day

    4/04/2019

    It has been a long time in the planning but today, 4 April 2019, ‘The Woman Who Rode A Shark’ is officially launched.