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Winter At The Whitehouse

The Whitehouse Gallery in Kirkcudbright looks forward to its Winter Exhibition, which always comes with a large sprinkling of festive magic.  ‘Winter Light’ includes paintings, ceramics, mosaics, glass, textiles, sculpture,…

A Jewellery Extravaganza: Welcoming Sheana M Stephen DA and Sheena McMaster

We are so excited about the beautiful collections of jewellery that we have in the gallery right now, so much so that we want to shout about them from the…

AUTUMN VIEW

We’re looking forward to welcoming in the Autumn with a mixed group  exhibition of paintings, pottery, furniture & jewellery from a wealth of artist and makers. The preview opening will…

PERSPECTIVES FROM HOME

We are doing something a little different this summer, and hosting a three person exhibition in our upstairs space throughout August. This will run consecutively with the current Summer Exhibition…

WILL WE BE OPEN WHEN YOU VISIT?

PLEASE NOTE: Due to unforeseen circumstances, we will be closing the gallery at 3pm on Friday 15th October. Our normal opening hours are Monday – Saturday, 10am – 4pm During…

Looking Forward to The Summer

Madeleine Gardiner SUMMER 2021 Summer is always the busiest time of year in Kirkcudbright, and with it the annual Summer Exhibition always features a strong mix of work, from some…

FORTHCOMING EXHIBITION ‘MELTING POT’

Featuring fine art photography by Benedict Ramos (top), pots by Anastasia Hille (left) and Sarah Lawson (right) In anticipation of being able to open our doors again, we are treating…

Spring Exhibition

It’s not every day we set up an entire exhibition, to not be able to show it to anyone. Well, not in person at least! Opening an exhibition during lockdown…

Virtual Tour of The Whitehouse Gallery

WHITEHOUSE GALLERY PROMO VIDEO We commissioned a short promo video late last year, and we’re really happy to be able to share it with you all. If you’ve never been…

Forthcoming Spring Exhibition

‘New Beginnings’ – Opens Online 6th March 2021 New Beginnings’ marks the start of the Whitehouse Gallery’s official exhibition calendar for 2021, and includes an uplifting mix of paintings, collage,…

Introducing Laura Medcalf

Laura Medcalf is an British-Hungarian multi-disciplinary artist, who seeks immersive experience working predominantly along the British coastline, where land and water meet.  We are very happy to welcome Laura to…

Buying Online

Our online gallery is up and running, so please  VISIT IT HERE. If a piece of art isn’t available to buy direct from the website, please get in touch. This…

Buying Fiona Millar paintings during Lockdown

During these strange times, galleries and artists have been forced to find new ways to reach their audiences, and to continue to sell art.   In this blog I will focus…

Festival Of Light, Illuminaire – Late Night Friday Opening

LATE NIGHT OPENING – FRIDAY 11TH OCTOBER We will be one of many Kirkcudbright based businesses who will be open from 5.30-7.30pm on Friday 11th October.  This will be in…

Edinburgh Art Fair 2018

We’re just back from a successful EAF2018!  Exhausted, but pleased with the event. It’s pretty frantic – arrive, set up, preview, open to public, enter thousands of art lovers, keep…

Pittenweem Arts Festival 2018

We have just returned back from a fantastic visit to Pittenweem Arts Festival, having enjoyed a couple of days meeting up with artists and wandering through their studios and homes…

First exhibition opening of 2018

It’s always nice to have the doors closed in January, so that we can recharge our batteries and get organised for the year ahead. It’s always much nicer to open…

Scotland: For A’ That

Our new photography exhibition is now open.  We wanted to start 2018 with something really special, so we decided to do something that really celebrates Scotland.  We chose the medium…