2021 New Beginnings

This exhibition will now be extended until 26th June, and will be on display in our upstairs gallery for when we re-open (Monday 26th April.)

‘New Beginnings’ marks the start of the Whitehouse Gallery’s official exhibition calendar for 2021, and includes an uplifting mix of paintings, collage, ceramics, textiles and sculpture.  The exhibition opens on 6th March, and will run through until 24th April 2021.

We welcome new artist Nicola McBride to the gallery, with some of her biro work depicting iconic Scottish and retro imagery in a hyper realistic style.

Still life and flower studies will be in abundance, with zingy, vibrant paintings by Jane Blair and Jemma Derbyshire.  Jennie Ashmore will also be exhibiting some of her original framed works featuring pressed flowers and leaves.

Alongside still life works, Jackie Henderson will be submitting some of her instantly recognisable female figures, with Fiona Millar also providing some landscapes in her unmistakable style. Shirley Spottiswoode, Sara Bor and Morag Lloyds will also have some of their original landscape paintings on display.

There will also be new work by Moy Mackay, a new collection of her sought after works, ‘painted’ with a rich selection of vivid merino fibres.

Karen Stamper will exhibit some of her semi abstract paintings, combining mixed media with collage, which were an instant hit when she first exhibited with us in 2020. Another popular choice last year, Giles Ward will be returning with some of his fish and sea-life paintings.

We are really looking forward to welcoming some new makers to the gallery, including Zoe Stainton with her felted creatures, Katy Taylor (Cider Tree Copper Works) with some of her copper sculpture, Michelle Lowe with some ceramic tableware and Therese Johnson with handmade silk scarves.  We also welcome new collections of ceramics from Denise Brown & Chris Taylor, Sculpture from Lynn Muir, Jewellery from Melissa James, Glass from Amanda Simmons, handmade cushions by Jo Gallant and laser cut wooden artworks by Martha Ellis.

Please note: In the likely event that the gallery will remain closed in early March due to lockdown, this exhibition will open virtually, and be shared and promoted widely on our social media and website.  We will be updating regularly through these channels.

For more information, please contact us on

T: 01557 330223   E: info@whitehousegallery.co.uk

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