A skilled lino printmaker, Bryan Angus is particularly influenced by 20th century Scottish and English landscape artists and the illustration traditions which preceded them. Most of his work is inspired by the drama of his surroundings in northeast Scotland and the history of the people and their towns.
Kitty Watt lives with her husband, also an artist, in a remote croft in the Highlands of Scotland, where they lead ‘the good life’ farming and managing a smallholding. Her intricate etchings reflect her immersion in the natural world and the timeless beauty of the landscape.
There is also a selection of ceramics by Wenna Crockatt.
The Gallery supports the Own Art finance scheme, which makes purchasing artworks more affordable through payment by instalments.