The Art Of Fear.

The Art Of Fear.

While 2020 has given us quite enough fear to be going on with, Halloween’s impending approach invites reflection upon the place of fabricated fear in the history of European art. Today, a plethora of art and entertainment, from horror films and roller coasters, to immersive experiences and true crime, captivates

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Art at the Opera: La Boheme & Coll Hamilton.

Art at the Opera: La Boheme & Coll Hamilton.

We had the pleasure of working with the fine and exceptionally talented folk at Scottish Opera last month. Producing a number of artworks for their (and the first ever in the UK) outdoor production of the greatest love story ever told, Puccini’s La Boheme. And what an incredible set up for such

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September Shows: Lily Macrae & Lee Ellis.

September Shows: Lily Macrae & Lee Ellis.

We’ve 2 new collections in the gallery for September from 2 of our fast rising young stars. Scottish artist Lily Macrae and Bristol based Lee Ellis. Lily’s practice focuses on the human form. It is dramatically beautiful and full of energy and movement. Lee is a portrait painter, known for his dark and

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Eleanor Carlingford Show: 'Boil A Magic Potion'.

Eleanor Carlingford Show: ‘Boil A Magic Potion’.

Vi: “When did we 3 last meet?” Ru: “Let us not speak.” From the play, Come and Go by Samuel Beckett. This August sees the return of Eleanor Carlingford to the gallery for her first show of 2020. Easily the most intriguing and impressive expressive artist to be painting in

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Breakout Artists 2020: Show runs July & August.

Breakout Artists 2020: Show runs July & August.

It’s finally here. Our annual show highlighting the best breakthrough talent to emerge from the Scottish Art Schools. We’re immensely proud of this show, and with such an abrupt end to their final year, it feels more important than ever to support this next generation as they move on from

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The Value Of Art. Part 1: Masterpieces, Money & Meaning.

The Value Of Art. Part 1: Masterpieces, Money & Meaning.

Art costs money. You heard us. You need cold hard cash to take home any of the work gracing our gallery walls. And if you waltz into Sotheby’s, Christie’s, and the like, you’re going to need stacks of it. At that grandiose scale owning art is unattainable for all but

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Introducing: Louise Howard

Introducing: Louise Howard

Louise Howard is a fine artist who ‘strives to highlight the human condition’ in her work. Effortlessly blending realism with semi-abstraction, her figures evoke a sense of vulnerability and strength with an overall aesthetic of stillness and beauty. Louise splits her time between Australia and the UK. Covid-19 has meant

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Animal Magic. Latest Print Releases.

Animal Magic. Latest Print Releases.

Check out our curated selection of prints featuring some pretty chilled and magical animals. With brand new releases from some gallery favourites. We’re featuring work from Gavin Dobson, Alice Lee, Rosco Brittin, Georgia Green, Ashley Cook, Adam Bartlett and Allan Myles. Each an expert in their chosen medium; screen prints,

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Introducing: Landscape Painter Niall Stevenson.

Introducing: Landscape Painter Niall Stevenson.

New to the gallery for June we have Edinburgh based painter Niall Stevenson. Finding ways to the paint the environment, Niall’s latest collection of work is informed by his walks through many Scottish landscapes. An escapism plenty of us are longing to enjoy again! Niall’s paintings are filled with atmosphere.

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Coll Hamilton Drawings.

Coll Hamilton Drawings.

We’ve had the honour of representing Coll Hamilton since the beginning, so it feels all the more special to be presenting his latest collection of drawings, exclusive to the gallery. Featuring Glasgow’s iconic Tenements and loved locations. These works not only act as a preview to his upcoming show (think

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Introducing: Fine & Urban Artist Joanna Craig.

Introducing: Fine & Urban Artist Joanna Craig.

We’re delighted to welcome Scottish artist Joanna Craig to the gallery this month. With her vibrant, bold and energetic work that celebrates the land around us. Joanna is fascinated by land, its use and its ancestry – and how only time separates us all. She loves how it is riddled

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