Contemporary Scottish Art at The Lemond Gallery
The Lemond Gallery, established in 2000, specialises in contemporary Scottish fine art and has grown to represent the leading Scottish contemporary artists.
In addition to the two popular Group Shows (over 550 paintings) in June and November, the gallery has also assembled an incredible line up of Solo Shows by many of the top artists in Scotland for 2014
Please note that for 3 weeks commencing 25th August to 15th September 2014 there will be no access to Thorn Road from the Traffic Lights at Bearsden Cross.
You can still access Thorn Road by using (roads before) Collylinn Road or Ledcamaroch Road, turning right into Whitehill Road and then turn down right into Thorn Road or by turning into (road after) Glenburn Road and left at the top into Thorn Drive which then bends left into Thorn Road.
You can park outside the house or please feel free to park in the driveway.
NEXT SERIES OF GALLERY SHOWS
Saturday 23rd August to Sunday 31st August 2014, from 11.00am to 5.00pm daily.
Garry Brander is one of Scotland's most exciting and popular emerging artists.
This show will feature around 60 new paintings including new releases of his popular huts/sheds, together with a range of his more experimental modern art.
Brander has exceptional ability and has a very bright future.
This represents a great opportunity to study a broad selection of his work and to start or extend your Brander collection.
TWO PERSON SHOW
Judith Bridgland and Jonathan Robertson
Saturday 6th September to Sunday 14th September 2014, from 11.00am to 5.00pm daily.
Judith returns to the gallery following her very successful show in 2013. Bridgland's popular and colourful landscape expressionist studies use a thick 'impasto' painting technique to embolden her stunning compositions.
Jonathan Robertson was born in Banff in 1947. He studied at (GSA) the Glasgow School of Art. Robertson is greatly influenced by the north coast and in particular figurative studies based on the 'fisherman' themes, which are powerfully patriotic and remind us of an industry that is challenged, but remains central to the success of Scotland's economy. His characterful portrayals are witty and humorous, but act as an important reflection of who we are.
Robert Kelsey DA MUniv PAI FRSA
Saturday 20th September 2014 to Sunday 28th September 2014, from 11.00am to 5.00pm daily.
Following last year's very successful Solo Show, the gallery is delighted to welcome Robert Kelsey back for his second solo show at our gallery. This is only his second solo show in Scotland since 1993.
Kelsey is one of Scotland's most senior painters, he is a painting Master. Kelsey (b.1949) trained at the Glasgow School of Art (GSA) between 1966 and 1970. He has enjoyed outstanding success in the London Market, which has an enormous appetite for the leading Scottish artists. This year he has painted exquisite Scottish West Coast, Italian (including Venetian) and Portuguese scenes together with some exciting new still life studies.