Established in 1998, The Flat Cat Gallery present a changing exhibitions of contemporary art, ceramics, sculptures and jewellery. The workshop of Tim Stead furniture also enhances the art gallery withselected pieces. Artists from around the Scottish Borders and other parts of Scotland and the North of England exhibit frequently - adding to a veritable rich mix of artistic talent.
EPTAS Arts is dedicated to supporting visual and applied artists by providing an attractive venue for the display and sale of their work. It is run by artists for artists. The gallery is situated justoff the town square in the busy Scottish Borders town of Kelso, on one of the main roads into the town. It benefits from excellent passing trade.
Dancing Light Gallery is an exciting rural art gallery with changing exhibitions throughout the year where you can find landscape, wildlife and figurative paintings as well as hand-made originalprints and photographs. We also exhibit beautiful sculpture, glass, wood and ceramics and we have a selection of hand-made jewellery on show in silver, gold and other media. Our textile work ranges from scarves to handbags, using some of our finest Scottish wools and fabrics.
The gallery is housed in the old Hogg & Wood Ltd seed merchants warehouse built in 1801. Over two years the original building was extensively renovated - having stripped the structure back to itsshell, the original early nineteenth century warehouse was opened up again to create a fantastic open space in which to appreciate art with modern spot lighting and hanging systems.
Established in 2001 to promote contemporary art from a select group of artists based in Europe, we have since grown to become a major organiser of international events and now consider eventorganising and PR and Marketing to be a huge part of our business. We are having a bit of an overhaul of the website and will be making lots of exciting changes to it over the next few weeks.
My practice is concerned with man's relationship to nature, our relevance and paradoxically our irrelevance to it, thus questioning man's significance and nature's predominance. I am interested in thejuxtaposition between our desire to reconnect with nature, our "want of the wild", and our "un-connection" to it. I investigate where man has manipulated nature for his needs, how it has been tamed and cultivated, but also where nature prevails and starts to reclaim a space.
A mentoring agent service for artists with disabilities or mental health challenge to promote their work within the gallery and beyond. Be inspired by your favourite songs, orchestras, venues,festivals, instruments, musicals, musicians, album artwork or express on canvas how music makes you feel. The completed canvases will be displayed in the gallery and offered for sale to the public through an open weekend and for 6 weeks in July and August 2015.
To produce a quality-framed picture requires the best equipment matched with the best skilled operators. In the following, we will give you an insight into some of the skills and equipment we havedeveloped in our business. All our framing and associated work is undertaken in our recently acquired workshop on Cuddies Lane beneath our Shop and Gallery in the village of Colinton.
We are a family run fine art publishers and picture framers based in Edinburgh, Scotland. We firmly believe that our range of Scottish Fine Art prints provides the best cross-section of Scottish Artavailable, together with fantastic images by some of the best UK artists around. We are continually striving to bring you the best art available and regularly release new images of the highest standard.
Art Amatoria holds a wide selection of oils, watercolours, drawings, etchings and prints at affordable prices from a range of talented young artists. The focus is on fresh and exciting contemporarypaintings and our artists are a mixture of established names and ones to watch. We are delighted to be representing the hugely talented wildlife artist Chris Rose. Art Amatoria also holds painting and drawing weekends at Duns Castle in the Scottish Borders.