Stephen Mangan Solo Exhibition
We are delighted to announce our second solo show of Stephen Mangan’s work this October, with around twenty new paintings. Stephen creates another world through his paintings, one which is at once familiar and otherworldly. Through his carefully planned out compositions and his slow, meticulous approach to painting, he creates a world with arresting presence and stillness. Please contact us for early access to the images and information about the Private View.
Jack Morrocco Solo Exhibition 2023
We are delighted to welcome Jack Morrocco back to the gallery in September 2023 for his third solo exhibition, In Good Company. The exhibition runs from Saturday the 9th of September to Sunday the 24th of September. Alongside the exhibition, the gallery will launch a new book that tells the story of Jack and his artistic journey so far. Beautifully illustrated and featuring chapters on each of Jack’s subject matter, In Good Company offers a fascinating insight into the life and work of one of Scotland’s most collectable artists. Please contact us for more about the exhibition, Private View and book.
This is a fantastic exhibition that features many of our established gallery artists, along with a number of artists exhibiting with us for the first time. You’ll find work from Francis Boag, George Birrell, Shona Barr, Allan MacDonald, June Carey, Peter Munro, Carina Prigmore, Louis Sinclair McNally and Jane Cruickshank…
GORDON MITCHELL RSA RSW RGI
The familiar becomes strange and the strange familiar, in an exhibition of Gordon Mitchell’s paintings. Gordon’s unparalleled draughtsmanship and imaginative liaisons make for a visually rich and thought provoking debut exhibition here at Morningside Gallery. Take a Closer Look opens Saturday 1st April and runs until April 16th.
Our Mixed Spring Exhibition features many of our regular exhibiting artists, alongside returning artists Morag Muir PAI RSW, and Ann Wegmuller RSW RWS. You’ll find springs finest flowers from Marion Drummond PAI, George Birrell’s jewel like harbour scenes and Andrew Thompson’s exquisite paintings of Qing Pottery.
Jack Morrocco FRSA
The Language of Light opens on Saturday the 22nd of October and will feature over 40 paintings, spanning all of Jack Morrocco’s painting styles and subject matter. An artist truly led by his subject, Jack’s style changes as he moves between studio flowers and silverware, lily ponds and the cafes and courtyards of Mediterranean Europe.