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Now - John Lowrie Morrison

14-29 September From Saturday for two weeks we feature work from Scotland's favourite artist.  Colour in nature, amplified and accentuated is the cornerstone of John Lowrie Morrison’s spectacular paintings.  Whether capturing his favourite places in Argyll and the Western Isles or inspired by floral settings in the studio, he uses expressionist colour in that distinctive style of his to shape and share  vivid emotions about the natural world.  A major Retrospective Exhibition of his artistic career closes on 21 September at the restored garden gallery in Clydebank Museum.

Call in to Annan Gallery to appreciate his latest work.  View our online flip book catalogue of work for sale or the Annanart website.

Winterlight, Archie's House, Knapdale. oil on canvas 75x75 cm

Blooms in a Chinese Bowl. oil on canvas, 90x90 cm

Mixed Flowers, Studio Vase. oil on canvas 40x40 cm

Quiet Evening, South Uist. oil on canvas 60x60 cm

Autumn Group Show - Drummond, McMaster, Wilson

5-20 October Marion Drummond creates spectacular wall-dominating floral studies and delicate female figures, Georgie McMaster's observation and draughtmanship breathe life into her anilmal portraits. Gordon Wilson has a quirky take on Scotland's landscape.

above Marion Drummond, Hydrangea, oil on canvas 115x92 cm

Invitations to the Preview evening - Friday 4 October - along with an online catalogue will be out shortly.

Georgina McMaster, MacLaren, oil on canvas 80x80 cm

oil on canvas 50x50 cm

Gordon Wilson, Skye Crofts, oil on canvas 50x50 cm

Dawnne McGeachy How Waves Work

2-10 November Annan Gallery beats the drum for Dawnne, the  winner of the prestigious Jolomo Bank of Scotland Awards 2013 prize.  Her preoccupation with the sea and her professional approach to studio practice will be evidenced in this pilot for a solo show at Annanart next spring.

Dawnne explains “Growing up on the Kintyre peninsula, I was obsessed by the scale of the ocean, its physicality, poetry, and my father’s voyages on it to catch fish. I loved his tales of the stars on a clear night and their use in navigation. However, the flip-side of this was being awoken as a child by terrifying wind and rain, knowing that my dad was out there in a 45ft skiff. I was aware of what the sea gave but also acutely aware of what it was capable of taking away.”

studio work in progress

Winter Show

16 November - 31 December  Mixed work, paintings and sculpture  from our gallery artists to banish the Winter blues.

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