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Helen B wrote a review Dec 2019
Glenrothes, United Kingdom1 contribution
This is a unique and captivating place, a gallery of beauty and stillness. To go there is to be enriched by the atmosphere, the power of the artwork and the building itself, which is a converted chapel with a minstrels' gallery and stained glass windows. Outside the property there is an amazing bronze (?) creature climbing the wall: it is half the height of the wall, a lizard or a salamander perhaps. The door to the chapel is ancient wood with texture and detail of particular beauty. Inside there is a log stove and classical music softly acting as backdrop and focus, with comfy chairs to settle on and think. It's a place where you feel welcomed and can take as much time as you like to let the visual spell settle into your skin. The artwork itself is stunning: some absolutely wonderful paintings, sculpture and ceramics, displayed with enough space around each to let it breathe. I am not a wealthy person but I felt the pieces I liked best were both affordable and worth every penny of their advertised price. This is a marvellous place. You can go there and come out enriched without buying a single thing. But you know you will go back, and already there are things there you are thinking hard about, and that you know you want. You are hooked.…
Date of experience: December 2019
hebehouse wrote a review Sep 2018
Edinburgh36 contributions19 helpful votes
Beautiful artwork displayed in an atmospheric converted church. It feel like a very special place. There was no pretentiousness, no pressure to buy, just a warmth when stepping through the door. I’d definitely recommend stopping by
Date of experience: September 2018
GGCV wrote a review Jun 2017
Los Angeles, California35 contributions3 helpful votes
An absolutely stunning gallery space. The exhibit we saw featured a stellar line-up of Scottish artists, including two that are now favorites of mine--Sam Cartman and ,Eoghan Bridge. Encourage visitors to also explore the adjacent cemetery.
Date of experience: May 2017
Dickon S wrote a review Dec 2016
Stamford, United Kingdom9 contributions2 helpful votes
The gallery showcases modern Scottish art, with some stunning exhibitions. Paintings and sculpture are set out in an attractive setting. You will always find a warm welcome from Tony, who can tell you about the art and the artist.
Date of experience: November 2016
VictorCharlie wrote a review Oct 2016
Inverness, United Kingdom103 contributions44 helpful votes
This is a fantastic gallery in a great building and location. There is quite a diverse range of modern art and they have lots of stock to look at. There is a lovely wood burning stove so it's cosy and warm while you're looking around. A must see for art fans.
Date of experience: October 2016