Art Exhibitions at Lillie Art Gallery

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Lillie Art Gallery
Station Road, Milngavie
Glasgow G62 8BZ
Tel: 0141 578 8847

June 4 – July 1, 2011

Annual Exhibition of Milngavie Art Club

This year, nearly 100 exhibiting members of Milngavie Art Club have their work on display.

The subjects of landscape and still life dominate the show - with some portraits in oil paint as well.

The exhibition provides a good opportunity to view new developments in the work of long established members of the Club, as well as work by artists more recently elected to the Art Club.

Visitors to the exhibition have the opportunity to choose an artwork to receive the Flora Wood Award. This Award was established by the late artist, Flora Wood, who lived near Baldernock and who was a long time member of Milngavie Art Club. The voting for this Award will take place during the first week of the exhibition.

Lillie Art Gallery
Station Road, Milngavie
Glasgow G62 8BZ
Tel: 0141 578 8847

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March 26 – April 21, 2011

Bearsden Art Club Annual Exhibition

Popular annual exhibition of new work by local artists in oil and watercolour, exploring the subjects of landscape, still life and the human figure.

Bearsden Art Club’s annual exhibition will be officially opened this year by well known local artist, Hamish Montgomery.

Work by nearly 100 members of the Art Club can be seen in this exhibition mounted at the Lillie Art Gallery, which opens on Saturday 26 March. The landscape of Scotland features strongly in the work of many of the artists, as well as still life compositions and also portraiture. A range of ceramic vases and bowls are also on display.

Each year, at the opening of the exhibition, Bearsden Art Club presents a number of awards to their artist members. One of these awards, the Gregor Ian Smith award, focuses on a different subject or theme. This year, the theme is leisure. A wide variety of pursuits and activities have been captured in paint, from casual walks along sunny beaches to shopping trips.

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Exhibitions Programme 2010 - 2011

January 18 – March 16, 2011

At Home in Bearsden and Corrie

Paintings by the late Margot Sandeman, from early works executed on the island of Arran during the 1940s, to paintings created during the last 10 years.

Margot’s mother, Muriel Boyd, was an award winning Glasgow School of Art student from the first decade of the 20th century. Embroideries by Muriel Boyd are included, along with watercolours of Scottish scenes by Margot’s father, Archibald.


November 20 – December 21, 2010

Christmas Art Show

This year’s show includes work by over 40 artists from across Scotland and areas of England. Paintings, watercolours and prints by Marj Bond, Jo Ganter, James Greer, Liz Knox, Marian Leven, Iona A E Montgomery and David Smith, can be seen. Artists working in ceramic, including Louise Darby and Rosanna Martin, explore shape, form and dramatic contrasts of colour, in their vases, dishes and bowls.

Architecturally inspired work by Karen-Ann Dicken

As always, there is an interesting selection of jewellery in precious metals such as silver, as well as vividly coloured earrings, rings and pendants using glass and other materials. Glasgow based jeweller Karen-Ann Dicken’s architecturally inspired steel and gold rings, are sure to catch your attention! Julie Allison, on the other hand, has given playful themes to her designs for brooches, bangles and cufflinks. It would be difficult not to be tempted by titles such as ‘Traffic Jam’ bangle and ‘Ice Cream’ cufflinks.

Artworks exploring the use of fabrics, felt and embroidery are included from Gillian Cooper, Diana Hand, Ewa Kuniczak and Joanne Soroka. The range of works includes items to be worn such as scarves and jewellery.

The exhibition is sure to provide lots of tempting opportunities for special Christmas gifts. Everyone is welcome to come along to join the festive celebrations at the opening of the exhibition at 2.30pm on Saturday 20 November.



October 2 - November 12, 2010

The Glasgow Society of Women Artists

Exhibition includes work by over 70 members of the Glasgow Society of Women Artists - ranging from oil paintings and watercolours, to ceramics, glass and jewellery.

The Society also offers support and encouragement to its members through the various awards which it presents to artists at the Lillie Art Gallery for selected works in the exhibition. Among these is The Flora Wood Award, given in the category of the most original work on display.

Flora Wood was a local painter and sculptor who lived in Baldernock. She left funds to the Glasgow Society of Women Artists to establish an award - after her death in 1998.


5 June – 2 July, 2010

Milngavie Art Club

Annual exhibition of new work by local artists covering still life, landscape and portraiture.


10 July – 12 August, 2010

Northern Fringes Textile Group

This group of textile artists all have a connection with the north east of Scotland and they have been exhibiting together since 1999. Their work incorporates a wide range of materials and techniques, giving a contemporary slant to the traditional art form of embroidery.

Saturday 24 July 11.30am – 1.00pm & 2.00pm – 4.00pm
Free, informal demonstration session by Madge Wards, a member of Northern Fringes. The felting process will be explained and embellishing felt with machine and hand stitching will be demonstrated.

Friday 30 July 2.00pm – 4.00pm
Free, informal demonstration session by Jenny Longhurst, a member of Northern Fringes, exploring freeform knitting.


20 July – 21 December, 2010

Mary and Milngavie

Mary Armour lived in Milngavie for 26 years until the early 1950s. This exhibition marks the 10th anniversary of her death. All eight works by the artist in the gallery’s permanent collection are included in the exhibition and are shown alongside works by her husband, Willie, and other artists historically associated with Milngavie Art Club.

Thursday 5 August at 2.30pm
Free, informal tour of the exhibition with the gallery’s Curator.


21 August – 22 September, 2010

Eyots

Saul Robertson lives and works in Glasgow and this exhibition coincides with the 10th anniversary of the artist’s graduation from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee. New work is shown alongside a selection of paintings and drawings from the past 10 years.

Tuesday 7 September at 2.30pm
Informal free tour of this exhibition led by the artist.


13 - 17 July and 20 - 24 July, 2010

Children’s Activities

Summer art workshops for ages 6 – 9 years (11.00am – 12.30pm) and 10 – 12 years (2.00pm – 3.30pm) exploring a different fun theme each day. Booking essential. Cost: £5 per workshop.



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Contact: Hildegarde Berwick
Lillie Art Gallery
Station Road, Milngavie, Glasgow G62 8BZ
Tel: 0141 578 8847
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