Opening of an autumn art exhibition at the Northeast Gallery



A fall art exhibition opened at the Country Frames Gallery in Leslie.

A Bit of Blue, which runs until Saturday, October 30, presents a selection of artists who have produced a variety of works with one thing in common: the color blue.

Yvonne Flett of the gallery said: “Roselyne O’Neill has created several sea-themed paintings using oil and cold wax with beautiful turquoise and aqua tones, to deeper peacock blues. .

“Sandra Lister’s Himalayan Blue Poppies are stunning pastel works contrasting with the great seas and semi-abstract skies of John Clelland.

“Mary Black has created softness in her works, with moody gray blues while Caroline Simmill’s paintings depict the dark and stormy skies so often seen over the beautiful Scottish landscape.

The A Bit of Blue exhibition opened at the Country Frames Gallery.

“The land and sea of ​​the northeast have also inspired the vibrant multimedia works of contemporary semi-abstract paintings by Donna Irvine and Kymme Fraser.

“Our blue-themed collection also includes cute little paintings inspired by Maggie Nickson’s antlers and Mag Donald’s magical piece The Blue Dress. It’s a sight worth seeing.”

A number of new pieces have been added to the gallery for the season, including ceramics, wood, jewelry, sculpture, textile art, glass, as well as a selection of paintings and prints. original.

Plans are also underway for the gallery’s winter exhibition to be held from Saturday November 6 to Friday December 31.

Yvonne added: “The Winter Show 2021 will be a co-ed show by a wide variety of artists – something for everyone.

“He will also present Leslie Memories – a collection of works by Aberdeen artist Lorraine Taylor. Lorraine grew up in Leslie and produced a delightful collection of paintings, straight from memory, depicting scenes from the region.”

After setting up a meeting system earlier in the year, the gallery has returned to its usual opening hours. However, for people who prefer to make an appointment, they can always do so by contacting the gallery.

Yvonne said: “We have all measures in place, as per government guidelines, to ensure the safety of clients and ourselves during this time.

“We are grateful to all of you for their continued support and understanding throughout these strange times.”

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