John Baker, sole artist in the gallery, uses different media in his work such as oils, water colours, pen and ink, chalk pastels, pencils and even household emulsion paint. This enthusiasm for experimentation and creativity is reflected in the originality and range of his work. His speciality lies in historic pen and ink illustrations, mainly local with his latest exhibition being: Villages of Fife in Pen and Ink.
This year’s exhibition has regular artists, Alison Midson, and The Fish Tailor. Returning makers: Roslyn Leitch with jewellery handmade with linoleum and precious metals and No Comply recycled skateboards made into bespoke homewares and jewellery. New this year we have ceramics by Eòrna Pottery.
The Dory Bistro & Gallery
The Dory Bistro & Gallery is exhibiting paintings, prints and ceramics created by Scottish artists, many based in Fife:
Malcolm Cheape; Derrick Guild; Helen Kennedy; Susan McGill; Iain McIntosh; Babs Pease; Sigrid Shone and David Smith RSW.
See website for seasonal opening hours.
SABI&CO, a new gallery, is proud to be showing: blacksmith artwork by Hereford College of Art graduates; Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art Dundee graduates; other selected artists.
Weem Gallery & Framer
We are showcasing an exceptional lineup of artists. Bridget March, former designer, brings a unique blend of her experiences from living in Vietnam. Jem Bowden, captivates with his en plein air watercolours. Jan Fisher, previously of the Fisher Gallery in Pittenweem, displays her artistic expertise predominantly in watercolour. Mary McDonald, a landscape artist, skillfully translates nature onto canvas. Lastly, Gwen Adair, exhibits her talent nurtured through years of teaching art.
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