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, clocks, jewellery and much more. Whether you’re looking to splash out on a more extravagant purchase, or looking for unique, yet affordable gifts for Christmas, we have it covered.
Please join us for our Preview Opening, which will be from 10am – 5pm on Saturday 6th November. We will be serving bubbly, and all are welcome.
‘Winter Light’ welcomes new work from twenty artists, and celebrates a time of year when the light can be spectacular, and the landscape can be at its most beautiful. Besides a selection of landscapes, many with a wintery feel, there will also be collections of work with a soft and gentle palette, which include figurative and still life work.
To offer a mix, we have a selection of seascapes, as well as an interesting selection of uplifting and vibrant work which includes a celebration of the Tunnock’s teacake and paintings of children on vintage school rulers. There really is something for everyone.
Exhibiting artists include Allison Young, Anne Skinner, Carol Kelly, Clare Blois, Fiona Millar, Helen Tabor, Jackie Henderson, John Paul Raine, Kate Bentley, Kevan McGinty, Lindsay Maddon, Margaret Evans, Morag Lloyds, Nicola McBride, Pen Reid, Peter Dworork, Philip Raskin, Sandra Moffat and Tricia Barna.
New collections of ceramic framed tiles will be delivered by Elaine Brett Rowlands, with new ceramic sculpture by Sarah Lawson & Shirley Vauvelle. There will also be new ceramics by Heather Armstrong and Michelle Lowe. We will be getting mosaic art from both Amanda Anderson and Morag Archer, Glass by Elizabeth Welch and Margaret Johnson, with Jewellery & Sculpture by Linda Lewin. Melissa James will also be giving us a new collection of Jewellery. Therese Johnson will be exhibiting some of her handmade scarves and cowls, with new cushions by Jo Gallant, alongside quirky felted figures by Tree Huggery, wooden sculpture by Lynn Muir, clocks by Jill Stewart, copper bird sculpture by Katy Taylor and much more.
The exhibition will go live online on Thursday 4th November.
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