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One Happy Customer: Judy Murray

November 2016

Judy Murray, pictured in ScotlandArt with one of her favourite artists Matthew Bourne, was a recent customer of the gallery, and was delighted to give us a few words on her ScotlandArt experience: "Choosing the perfect piece of original art is never easy. So many things to consider - size, shape, colourways, lighting, position. But ScotlandArt were there to give expert advice on all of those things and brought a wonderful shortlist from their extensive collection to my home. Seeing so many possible pieces in place helped me to be absolutely sure of my final decision. I was delighted with the artworks and the service and would happily recommend them to anyone"


Shades of Autumn

October 2016

ScotlandArt is pleased to present their next exhibition "Shades of Autumn". Our latest autumnal mixed exhibition features new artworks by Margaret Evans, Deborah Phillips, Tracey Kinniburgh, Marion Thomson, Sallyann Johns and we welcome Pauline Patrick to the gallery. We are also pleased to showcase new stain glass installations by artist Alec Galloway, along with beautiful natural wood sculptures by Angus Clyne. This exhibition showcases the changing seasons in all their glory, from Evan's atmospheric misty scenes to Kinniburgh's delicate branches and Johns golden hued birds.


'Reinventing Traditions': Matthew Bourne

July 2016

We are pleased to present 'Reinventing Traditions' by contemporary artist Matthew Bourne. Running from July 22nd, Bourne's first Scottish solo exhibition showcases his signature tempestous landscapes and his new still-life which have taken Glasgow by storm in recent months.