Whitehouse Gallery is hosting a three-person exhibition in its upstairs space throughout August, running concurrently with its current Summer Exhibition, showcasing new work by June Bell, Lynne Bingham and Nicky Sanderson. The focus is on each artist’s interpretation of the world – external and internal – during lockdown, which has exerted new definitions on everyone’s creative expression.
This is the fourth time they have exhibited together, having met in Edinburgh five years ago. June is based in the Borders and works in mixed media – predominantly oil and beeswax on board, deriving inspiration from that area’s countryside and historical beauties. Her daughter, an art student at Aberdeen, has been a model and muse during lockdown. Lynne lives in the Galloway Hills, inspired by her love of trees, which she has come to know in the many places where she has lived. Nicky takes her inspiration and subject matter from the Firth of Forth where she lives, and works with collage and other media on fabric, paper and canvas, seeking to interpret the visible and the hidden.
The Gallery supports the Own Art finance scheme.