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Wings of Desire Exhibition

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Things have been very busy at the Gallery this week as we took down the ‘Creative Me’ self portrait mini-exhibion and prepared for the May/June Wings of Desire Exhibition. The title of the exhibition is taken from the Wim Wenders film Wings of Desire as the exhibition is a celebration of cinema – showing art that explores the language and …

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Living with Penny

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This week I have unexpectedly been called home to Wigtown; for a consultant who spends long periods of time away from home coming home for whatever the reason is always a reason to breathe a sigh of relief. Being surrounded by the familiar and getting to sleep in your own room are things which cannot be undervalued. This bonus week …

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New artist Andy Priestman

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We are pleased to welcome Andy Priestman to the gallery. Andy, a renowned potter and painter is based in Minniwick, S.W.Scotland is a regular contributer to Spring Fling. We look forward to including Andy’s work in the gallery soon. Tim and Lou went to visit Andy in his studio to look at his work and get a feeling for his …

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New season

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We opened this weekend for the new season and the gallery looks lovely! We feature new work from several of our regular artists. We have the Railway poster series by Lou McGill. We are selling framed prints at £70, A2 posters at £20, A5 postcards at £2.00 (or a full set of 12 for £20). 10% of all poster sales ...
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Bright Lights Big City

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Another post by our regular contributor Richard Cullen who is taking the lead on our newest pop-up gallery… In my last post I mentioned that this year we will be packing up our show and taking it on the road.  Well I can now tell you where and when we will be staging this exciting new development. A mere two …

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Railway Station Poster series

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Recreating the Romance of Rail Travel Life's Little Ironies are excited to be featured in the Sranraer Free Press this week, along with Louis Wall (the station gardener) and David Sumner from the Swallow Theatre. Award winning Louis had invited us to produce some work that might be used to brighten up some of the Railway Station waiting rooms. Lou ...