BIG SUMMER SHOW 2020

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This year we are attempting to spread the customer loading further with more emphasis PRE-SHOW, the normal OPENING WEEKEND and an EXTENSION for those that can't make it to the OPENING WEEKEND. We are also offering EVENING bookable TIME SLOTS.

 

REVISED OPENING
Friday 10th July 2020 from 6.00pm to 8.30pm

OPENING WEEKEND
Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th July from 11.00am to 5.00pm.

 

EXTENSION THEREAFTER
Monday 13th July to Sunday 19th July from 11.00am to 5.00pm daily.

PRE-SHOW
You can BUY or RESERVE a painting/s PRE-SHOW from now.
Please call 0141 942 4683 or email kenlemond@msn.com.

EVENING APPOINTMENTS
If it is easier to SEE US in the evening we will also offer BOOKABLE TIME SLOTS each evening between 6.30pm and 8.30pm. Please call 0141 942 4683 to arrange.

 

ARTISTS ON THIS PAGE
John Kingsley RSW PAI, NEW John Smyth, Linda Park, NEW Pam Scott, Allan J Robertson, Peter Foyle, NEW Meg Miller, Ed Hunter, Laura Hunter, Lynn Hunter, Paul Graham, Amy Marshall, Sheila Fowler and Gillian Henshaw.

JOHN KINGSLEY RSW PAI

Cap Ferrat

 

Oil on Linen

38" x 36"

 

£8200

Young Vines, Cassis

 

Oil on Linen

16" x 16"

 

£2500

Morning Light, Menerbes, Provence

 

Oil on Linen

24" x 24"

 

£3950

Angus Landscape, Panmure

 

Oil on Linen

30" x 30"

 

£5600

Afternoon Shadows, Bastia

 

Oil on Linen

16" x 16"

 

£2500

Turnberry Rocks

 

Oil on Linen

20" x 24"

 

£3600

NEW JOHN SMYTH

John Smyth was born in 1978. Grays School of Art, Aberdeen 1996-2000.
The naturalistic or realistic human form. John believes that the contrast between the highly disciplined pursuit of naturalistic figurative painting and the freedom of working with the dynamic interplay with abstraction provides balance on both a visual and conceptual level.

 

Spirit of Contemplation

 

Oil on Canvas
100cm x 30cm

Unframed

 

£2900

Searching Soul

 

Oil on Canvas
100cm x 40cm

Unframed

 

£2900

Commitment and Craft

 

Oil on Canvas Board
50cm x 40cm

Unframed

 

£1950

Slumber

 

Oil on Copper (with Copper patina)
40cm x 60cm

Unframed

 

£2750

Escutcheon

 

Oil on Copper (with Copper patina and resin)
65cm x 45cm

Painted on thick copper sheet, weighs 6kg in the frame).

 

£3500

Out of Hand
 

Oil on Copper (with Copper patina and resin)
10cm x 15cm

 

£575

Hand in Hand

 

Oil on Copper (with Copper patina and resin)
10cm x 15cm

 

£575

Hand in Hand II

 

Oil on Copper (with Copper patina and resin)
10cm x 15cm

 

£575

LINDA PARK

Still and Silent, Claigan Beach, Isle of Skye

 

Oil on Board

60cm x 60cm

 

£1500

SOLD

Brewing Heat over Loch Bracadale, Isle of Skye

 

Oil on Board

60cm x 60cm

 

£1500

RESERVED

Walking to Seacliff Beach

 

Oil on Board

30cm x 35cm

 

£750

Autumn Light on the Pentlands

 

Oil on Board

30cm x 35cm

 

£750

Rolling Fields of Maize and Flowers

Lot et Garonne

 

Oil on Board

80cm x 100cm

 

£2600

Start of a Very Hot Day, Cap Ferret

 

Oil on Board

42cm x 60cm

 

£1275

Waiting For the Tide to Turn, Castle Tioram, Ardnamurchan

 

Oil on Board

30cm x 35cm

 

£750

Sea Spray, Ardnamurchan Point

 

Oil on Board

60cm x 60cm

 

£1500

Schiehallion Reflections

 

Oil on Board

30cm x 35cm

 

£750

Waves on the Wester Ross Coastline

 

Oil on Board

48cm x 60cm

 

£1350

Glow on the Water, Tarskavaig, Isle of Skye

 

Oil on Board

48cm x 60cm

 

£1350

Light Trail

 

Oil on Board

60cm x 60cm

 

£1500

Foreboding Skies, Glen Brittle, Isle of Skye

 

Oil on Board

80cm x 100cm

 

£2600

Overhill to Camas Daraich, Isle of Skye

 

Oil on Board

30cm x 35cm

 

£750

Turbulence

 

Oil on Board

30cm x 35cm

 

£750

Morning Calm, Claigan Beach, Isle of Skye

 

Oil on Board

40cm x 60cm

 

£1250

NEW PAM SCOTT

REAL GONE KID
A claustrophobic composition in which a young homeless boy is huddled at the feet of passersby who are oblivious, both to his presence and his predicament.

Their preoccupation with material possessions and designer labels contrasts with him having so very little. The difference in their status is referenced in the same scarf worn by the boy and the well-heeled woman.

 

Paper and Collage on Board

48cm x 48cm

 

£1500 

WAR + PEACE = PEOPLE
A deconstructed view of the People's Palace and Winter Gardens, Glasgow. A nostalgic image of a well-loved building, holding the collective memory of the people it represents, but with a darker side, referenced in the Doomsday Clock. There's a sense of atrophy, with the Winter Gardens now being closed down, but nature continues to flourish. Perhaps the people of Glasgow do too !

 

Paper on Board

60cm x 54cm

 

£1500

NOTHING NEVER HAPPENS
The consequences of people doing nothing when a culture of apathy allows entropy to creep in.
Nature quickly runs free and takes over, causing collapse - 'Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; mere anarchy is loosed upon the world' (WB Yeats). Lyrics from Del Amitri's 'Nothing Ever Happens' are referenced throughout e.g.: traffic lights turned to stop and the billboarding advertising unneeded products. The telephone exchanges lead to jumbled wires, signifying the breakdown of communications that would be so devastating to 21st Century humanity. The Doomsday Clock, set at the current 100 seconds to midnight, symbolizes how close to the edge we are now. The cockroach, the consummate survivor, also references Kafka's Gregor Samsa, who suffered the terrible consequences of inaction.

 

Paper and Wire on Board
82cm x 45cm

 

£1750 

FORMULA FOR ELEGANCE
An in-depth, holistic portrait of a long and principled life that has been lived, fully in harmony with nature, promoting peace and protection to the planet. The Fibonacci Sequence (the formula for elegance) is referenced in the unfurling Fern and the Butterfly, which is folded from the page in the Bible regarding the ration of cubits to build the Ark of the Covenant (Exodus 25:10). The sitter is the late Dr Jim Taggart of Linn Botanic Gardens, Cove who based much of his garden design on the Golden Ration and was a committed member of CND. He is surrounded by some of his extensive plant collection with the pencil portrait in the villa window of his son, Jamie who died before him, commenting on how death is part of life.

 

Paper and Pencil on Board
45cm x 60cm

 

£1500

AND CURIOUSER
(Follows from Real Gone Kid - above). Due to unfortunate circumstances, Alice now finds herself cast adrift and homeless. A difficult home life saw instances of petty theft (Jam Tarts) and a struggle to conform to authority (painted roses) which led to her being rejected. Echoes from her past threaten to follow he in the looming shadow of the Queen and there is further evidence if her rebelliousness in the bottle from which she has drunk. The work comments on how easily anyone can find their life out of control and ultimately become homeless.

 

Paper, Acrylic and Pencil on Board
78cm x 62cm

 

£1850

RESISTANCE IS FERTILE
(Follows from Nothing Never Happens - above). This piece focuses on the relentless manner in which, left to it's own devices and without the influence of humanity, it (nature) will surge ahead and flourish. Unstoppable, it cannot be held back and efforts to do so ar ultimately futile. The concept is echoed in the Kafkaesque insect that is unable to influence it's surroundings, but has also become a survivor.

 

 

Paper on Board
46cm x 24cm

 

£1250

WHERE'S GLASGOW
Portrait featuring the Glasgow Coat of Arms, where the Bird, Tree, Bell and Fish are substituted for Florida icons to suit Billy Connolly's new abode.
Although he's far from home, Glasgow is never far from his mind. The fly fishing represents a happy memory and is something he is still able to enjoy.

 

 

 

 

Paper and Catgut on Board
50cm x 50cm

 

£1500

ALLAN J ROBERTSON

Reflection

 

Oil on Canvas
80.5cm x 130cm

 

£2375

Travelin On

 

Oil on Canvas
30cm x 20cm

 

£450

The Firth I

 

Oil on Canvas
80cm x 80cm

 

£1850

Where I Walk

 

Oil on Canvas
30cm x 30cm

 

£500

The Game

 

Acrylic and Watercolour on Rag Paper
21cm x 13cm

 

£950

The Games We Play

 

Acrylic and Watercolour on Rag Paper
21cm x 13cm

 

£950

PETER FOYLE

Evening, Cloch Lighthouse

 

Oil on Linen

40cm x 50cm

 

£950

RESERVED

Wet Day, Glasgow

 

Oil on Linen

50cm x 40cm

 

£895

Light on George Square

 

Oil on Linen

40cm x 50cm

 

£950

Palazzo Salviati, Venice

 

Oil on Linen

35cm x 45cm

 

£795

Lunchtime Lucca

 

Oil on Linen

35cm x 45cm

 

£795

Cottage, Tayvallich

 

Oil on Linen

25cm x 30cm

 

£550

Cafe, Cassis

 

Oil on Linen

30cm x 25cm

 

£550

Summer's Day, Glasgow

 

Oil on Linen

50cm x 40cm

 

£895

NEW MEG MILLER

Meg grew up in Skye. In 2019, she gained a First Class Honours Degree in Contemporary Art Practice - Sculpture at Gray's School of Art, Aberdeen. Her work traverses a number of fine art disciplines. Through these methods, her intention has been to examine the idea of an inherent intelligence within nature. 

 

PETALS

Loon and Fish

 

Oil on Board
43cm x 50cm

 

£900

Exalted Soul

 

Oil on Board
43cm x 50cm

 

£900

The Alchemical Bride

 

Oil on Board
43cm x 50cm

 

£900

ED HUNTER

Sparkling Day, Elie

 

Oil on Canvas
14" x 18"

 

£800

Shore, Camp de Mar, Majorca

 

Oil on Gesso Primed Panel
15" x 18"

 

£950

Summer on the Cobbler

 

Oil on Canvas
20" x 24"

 

£1600

Hills of Harris

 

Oil on Canvas
90cm x 90cm

 

£1950

LAURA HUNTER

Calgary Bay, Mull

 

Unframed

Oil on Canvas
50cm x 100cm

 

£2400

Fairtrade Roses

 

Oil on Canvas
40cm x 40cm

 

£1400

Elie

 

Unframed

Oil on Canvas
50cm x 100cm

 

£2400

LYNN HUNTER

Ettrick Bay,

Bute

 

Oil on Canvas
30cm x 40cm

 

£450

PAUL GRAHAM

Over the BBC

 

Oil on Board

24" x 24"

 

£1650

Fair Monday

 

Oil on Board

10" x 10"

 

£650

Flight Over Portree

 

Oil on Board

16" x 16"

 

£950

Fields Below

 

Oil on Board

10" x 10"

 

£650

Rainbow Balloon

 

Oil on Board

16" x 16"

 

£950

Carlton Hill Take Off

 

Oil on Board

24" x 24"

 

£1650

AMY MARSHALL

Spring

 

Oil on Linen

40cm x40cm

 

£610

Blue Vase

 

Oil on Linen

40cm x40cm

 

£610

'I sometimes try new materials in order to ‘freshen’ my painting stye. This spring I have switched to working on linen, which has a lighter environmental footprint than cotton, and have been mixing non-toxic, earth-based pigments with walnut oil, just as the old masters did, to create beautiful, free flowing oil paints that are a joy to work with, especially when working with fresh flowers in the spring light.' 

SHEILA FOWLER

After the Summer Rain, Goat Fell

 

Oil

50cm x 50cm

 

£850

Poppies and Thistles, Perthshire

 

Oil

40cm x 40cm

 

£650

Spring Colours, Brodick Bay

 

Oil

50cm x 50cm

 

£850

Heather Cottage, Luskentyre

 

Oil

40cm x 40cm

 

£650

Arran From West Kilbride

 

Oil

50cm x 50cm

 

£850

Bluebell Wood

 

Oil

40cm x 40cm

 

£650

Delphinium Garden

 

Oil

50cm x 50cm

 

£850

Close to the Shore, Tiree

 

Oil

40cm x 40cm

 

£650

GILLIAN HENSHAW

Purple Irises on Grey

 

Oil on Linen
70cm x 70cm

 

£985

Peonies From the Garden

 

Oil on Linen
60cm x 60cm

 

£885

Blue Still Life

 

Oil on Linen
60cm x 60cm

 

£885

Summer Flowers

 

Oil on Linen
60cm x 60cm

 

£885


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