Whitehouse Gallery: The Winter Exhibition
Whitehouse Gallery: The Winter Exhibition

Whitehouse Gallery: The Winter Exhibition

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The Winter Exhibition at the Whitehouse Gallery brings together some of the gallery’s favourite fine artists, with a range of landscape, still life and figurative works on display.

James Sutherland is a Scottish artist who paints atmospheric landscapes and coastlines beautifully, inspired greatly by his surroundings. Also sharing this inspiration, Mairi Clark’s evocative paintings capture the ever changing interplay between sea, sky and landscape affect colour and mood in her work. Using mainly oil paint for its rich, deep and subtle qualities, she scratches into the surface creating textural effects. Her use of a wild and vibrant tapestry of colour and light ensures her abstract works have a real ‘sense of place’ by reflecting her love of the Scottish sea and landscape.

Margaret Evans is a Scottish contemporary artist, an internationally respected tutor and author of numerous teaching art books.  Her studio is in Highland Perthshire, an area of outstanding beauty and an inspiration for much of her work.

Margaret is internationally known for her pastel work, but enjoys working in a range of mediums, with a penchant for portraiture and landscapes. A graduate of GSA (DA) and the University of London Institute of Education (ATC), Margaret’s paintings are exhibited in various galleries around the country.

Pen Reid gained her Masters in Painting and Printmaking at the Art Institute of Chicago on an International Peace Scholarship. On graduating she was awarded the Institute’s Ryerson Travelling Scholarship and the Austin Museum’s Juror’s Award. Pen has exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy, The Open Eye Gallery, Inverleith House, Talbot Rice Gallery in Edinburgh, and abroad in Chicago, Banff and Texas.  Her work is focused on ‘Animals and plants, delicate encounters with nature, domestic interiors and everyday fables’

The Whitehouse Gallery is a part of the Own Art Scheme, where original work between £100-£2,500 can be spread over ten months, INTEREST FREE.


Image:Alison Dickson, Tea Time Freesias

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