Exhibitions 2016/2017

The next Exhibition is
Open Summer  Exhibition 20–27 May 2017

Entry forms can be down loaded here 1) Conditions 2) Paintings entry form 3) Craft entry form

Hand in Saturday 13 May 9:30am to 12 noon
Open Saturday 20 May 11 am
Collect Sunday 28 May between 12–2 pm
James Morrison Cup
Celia McCartney Award on the theme of “Wonders of Nature”

Previous Exhibitions

Summer Open Exhibition 21–28 May 2016

James Morrison Cup (for members) and Celia McCartney Award (Open to all)

Celia McCartney Cup Winner Pat Edgar
Highly commended Lynda Marshall and Claire McDonald
Commended Raymond Sterpaio and Tricia Brown
celia and pat-s
James Morrison Cup
Winner Ruth Walker
Highly Commended Coral Patterson
Commended Mhairi Lafferty
ruth new cup-s
Collect  Sunday    29 May between 12:00–14:00

Winter Exhibition 5–12 December 2015

Prizes – And the winners were

Judge-in-chief Emily Jefferson, second Justein Sim
Assisted by: Margaret Purvis, Scott Reid and John Davie
Jean Craig Cup
Winner:                               Jean Hall –                Solitude
Highly Commended:        Brendan Collins –   Reflection
Commended:                    Graham Wands –    Full Steam
Commended:                    Liz Dulley –              Splash: View from my studio
Marian Antram –    Landscape in Encaustic
Meg Manson –        Winter Pines: Glen Affric
Jean Livingstone –  Winter scene (with Stag)
Lynda Marshall –     Moonlit Shore
Graham Wands –     Leaving Princes Street Station

Harry Vaughan Cup on a Dundee theme
Winner:                              Frank Steven –        Out of my way!
Highly Commended:        Lindsey Harrow –   Ferry Swan
Commended:                    Liz Kay –                   A Run in Templeton Woods

Roseangle Cup for Schools
Winner:                               Ross White –          Vending Machine
Highly Commended:        Justyna Tkacz –      1950’s Glamour
Commended:                    Graeme McCluskey – St Andrews Day Out

 At the 2015 AGM it was decided  to have two exhibitions in the gallery each season, one in winter and the other in the summer.   Up to three paintings may be exhibited for the Winter exhibition, together with craftwork, at a cost of £2.00 per item.  A sales commission of 20% is taken by the Society.  The Summer exhibition is open to all, including non‐members and is limited to two paintings per exhibitor.