It's a family affair at MattsCanvas, and our customers are treated no less than an extension of our family. Love, care and passion is infused into the daily life of MattsCanvas as with each and everycanvas artwork produced ensuring your memories are transformed into stunning timeless art. All our artworks are created in-house, by hand. We treat each and every piece of art just as we would if it was being placed in our own family home.
Gallery 2, based in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire offer a comprehensive range of picture supply, maintenance and framing services to suit absolutely every need. From supplying commercial and busines premises,to exclusive prints and original paintings from both local and world-renowned artists we can supply all your needs from our spacious Gallery and workshop near Kilmarnock town centre. We have parking right outside the shop, so why not park up and take your time browsing our broad selection of artwork.
The impressive mansion house, built in 1760 in the style of Robert Adam was gifted to the Royal Burgh of Ayr in 1968. A generous bequest of funds from the late Mrs Mary Maclaurin enabled theconversion of the coach house and stables into an art gallery in 1976 and the ongoing acquisition of a unique collection of classic and contemporary art. Visitors to the Gallery can also enjoy the tea room and gift shop and the collections held within Rozelle House.
Azure Giving & Living, a contemporary gift shop situated in the historic town of Ayr, has a wide selection of handcrafted pieces designed and created by artists and craftspeople based in Scotland andall round the UK. The varied collection of wall art, glass art, jewellery, clocks, candle holders, mirrors, scented candles, textiles and ceramics to name but a few, offers something that little bit different for all occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries and weddings - or simply treat yourself!
The Wellington Gallery was established in 1981 but has a longer history selling and framing pictures as part of the diverse firm of W & W Stevenson and developed from a lifelong passion for art withinthe family. Today we still sell paintings and prints, alongside art & craft materials, with the family involvement still core to the business.
Redbusart is the home of antiques, memorabilia and artwork. Many of the items are exclusive to our gallery. Come and view a diverse selection of artwork, limited edition prints and photographs. Youcan see a wide range of our products online, at our gallery in Ayrshire or a the many fairs we attend throughout the UK.
No home is truly complete until the pictures are hung on the walls. But many people shy away from purchasing original art, worrying that it is too expensive, too high brow or too difficult to source.At Phoenix Art we want to take the stress out of buying art. We enable you to buy original art from British artists online through our art gallery with no delivery charges, no hidden fees and a no-quibble money-back guarantee.
Our on-line presence uses the most up-to-date technology possible and keeps our clients fully informed of what's new in the world of Scottish Art and what your favourite artists are up to. ScotlandArtists are truly passionate about Scottish art and has made a major commitment to it's artists that their work will be presented to a truly global audience.
We stock a wide selection of quality unframed or framed art prints, Canvas Art Prints and signed Limited Edition and Open Edition artists prints by many Scottish artists. Jack Vettriano, Pam Carter,John Lowrie Morrison OBE (Jolomo), Peter Howson OBE and Davy Brown and international artists, covering a range of subjects such as Abstract, Animals, Coastal, Landscape and Figurative prints.
Hamish MacDonald DA PAI, 1935-2008, was born in Glasgow, Scotland. He studied at Glasgow School of Art between 1963 and 1967. His broad, fluid style and bold palette place him directly within thecontinuing lineage of the Scottish Colourist tradition whilst his ability to capture the atmosphere and vitality of his subject is enhanced by a confident and mature style. Hamish is now widely regarded as one of Scotland's most successful contemporary artists.