Monday, 16 January 2012

Beating Blue Monday

 Beacon in the Blues, oil by Pam Carter, £5,500

Blowing in the Blue, oil by Pam Carter, £2600

Blairs Ferry Cottages, Kames, gouache by John Wetton Brown, £315

Drinishader, Harris, gouache by John Wetton Brown, £495

Sun Above Tighnabruaich by Caroline Bailey


New Year Show
Pam Carter, Caroline Bailey & John Wetton Brown

14th Jan - 15th Mar
Three of our favourite artists have some stunning work for you to see in the gallery and online now. These will blow away the new year cobwebs as we head up to what has been dubbed Blue Monday by the Daily Mail. Yes, it's true, next Monday, January 23 is officially Blue Monday. For is, the opposite is true. We like nothing better than a cobalt blue seascape and with this in mind...
On show now, we have recent seascapes and new work by Pam Carter, some quirky gouache cartoon like pictures by John Wetton Brown and fabulous abstract work of Tighnabruaich and the Kyles of Bute by Caroline Bailey.
For more information, call the gallery on 01700 811681 or email

Thursday, 12 January 2012

Do you know this feeling?

... we do, we do!
More from Gordon's brush here, here but we thought this had a mid-January feel!

One Gin Too Many, oil 8x8 inch by Gordon Wilson, £450 

Argyll to a T, Caroline Bailey-style

Caroline Bailey

One of out most popular artists here in the gallery is Caroline Bailey. There is a beautiful softness to her mixed media views of Argyll. They are even more beautiful in the flesh than they are in the ether...

They'll leave you dreaming of the quiet spots you want to be in the long dark days of January...

Across the Loch, Mixed Media, Caroline Bailey, £720 
Bute Headland by Caroline Bailey, 16X16cms, £400 
Kyle of Bute, Mixed Media, 25 x 22cms, £720  
Tighnabruaich from the South by Caroline Bailey, 14X12cms, £400

Monday, 9 January 2012

Ringing In The New

Hello and Happy New YEAAR!
(The added A puts the Argylll into the 2012!)

Well, here we are, still on the West Coast in the wild and wonderful Highlands having weathered last weeks’ storm ,
only 72 hours without power, heat, light, communications or means of cooking, but we live to tell the tale.

On into 2012! With new ideas for taking the gallery to the world.

Art Fairs planned in Glasgow, London, Knutsford , Guildford and Edinburgh – new shows and special events here at the
gallery in Tighnabruaich as well, and lots happening in the area to attract more visitors to this stunning corner of Scotland.

Our first show here will be around Valentines’ Day. Watch this space!!

We would like to wish everyone happiness, good health and good fortune for this year.

Penny and Andrew