Situated in the picturesque village of Glamis, the Gallery is an exciting new business that opened in November 2019. This beautifully curated space sited in 5 adjoining workers cottages showcases work by carefully selected Scottish artists. A wide variety of original art and craft to suit all budgets - paintings, printmaking, sculpture, metalwork, ceramics, textiles, jewellery and glass. Run jointly by several artists, workshops and classes will soon make use of the vast space available alongside exhibitions planned in 2020/21.


Commencing 26th September - 18 October
Linda Masson - A Retrospective. An incredible artist and sculptor, there will be a large collection of work to view or purchase. Sketches, sketchbooks, maquettes, paintings, framed and unframed and some truly amazing sculptures. An opportunity to see Linda's working practice first hand.

Whilst its not possible to upload everything we have available in the exhibition or gallery we hope it gives you an overall feel for the place and our plans going forward.
Current Exhibition

Current Exhibition

LINDA MASSON - A Retrospective
26 September - 18 October 2020
We are honoured to be hosting an exhibition of the outstanding work by the late Linda Masson. Probably the largest collection of Linda's work ever shown, the show offers insight into her working practise as both sculptor and painter with the aide of sketchbooks, photos and artists notes. Sketches, Sculpture and Paintings from £5-£5000
Paintings

Paintings

Original Paintings/Lino Prints/mounted originals by a number of skilled and collectable artists and printmakers including Jonathan Mitchell, Graham Wands, Liz Watson, Martin Hill, Helen Welsh, Cornelia Weinmann, Tom Barron, William Brian Miller, Norma Maclean and many more...
Sculpture/Stone

Sculpture/Stone

Outstanding Ceramic figurative pieces for indoor and out by the amazing Linda Masson RSA. Wood or metal combined with glass by Lesley Garside. Stone carvings by David McGovern and Neil Paterson
Ceramics/Glass

Ceramics/Glass

Fused and leaded Glass by Lesley Garside, blown glass by Aimee T, Functional and decorative Ceramics by a number of potters including Kerstin Robb, Maria Nordgren, Jenny , Mary Connacher, thrown, hand built or slip cast in stoneware and porcelain.
Wood/Metal

Wood/Metal

Hand turned bowls, some with beautiful decorative finishes or resin inclusions by Tom Wallace and other artists. Finely carved birds by award winning master carver, Ron Dickens. Quirky metalwork by Loch Duich based Greg Dobson
Textiles

Textiles

Textile paintings by Shona Barr, upcycled fibre bags and brooches by Ellie Fiddes and stunning nano felted silk scarves by Trisha Griffin. Fibre and tweed flowers, bears and tweed lampshades by Brad Kelly, kiltmaker.