Tuesday 22 to Friday October 31 2019

By the time you read this Elisabet, with Talisker and Tig, will be on her way to Serbia to compete in the 2019 Field Trial World Championships as part of the Great Britain team, and I will be preparing for the 2019 Postcards from The Line exhibition. A very exciting and busy time for us here at The Line, and one which means that, for a few days, the gallery will be closed.

I will be here in the week of October 28th receiving Postcard submissions and hanging the show, so technically someone will be in the gallery and able to answer the phone etc. However, please do plan on coming along to the opening of Postcards on Saturday November 2nd from 2 to 4. We hope that many of the artists will be here to celebrate the opening of this popular annual event.


November 2 - 26 2019

Around forty artists, over 300 artworks - none bigger than A5 and nothing behind glass or in a frame. A challenge for the maker, and a feast for the viewer. One of the most looked forward to exhibitions at The Line returns in a lively and envigorated version for 2019. We are looking forward to this show enormously, the artists are raring to go - and we must all wait until the 2nd of November.
We look forward to you joining us then.

September 28 to October 20 2019

Autumn is a time of flux - children are back at school, summer holidays are fading memories, warm clothes are making a reappearance and Halloween is just around the corner. A time of change all around - and here at The Line we are feeling the same. Rather than focus on the work of one artist, we have elected to exhibit four whose work we know you will enjoy, and with whom we are delighted to catch up - Lorrane Robson, whose ceramics are at the head of this email, hand forms and polishes each piece to perfection, Molly Ginelly creates beautiful individual pieces in silver and gold from her studio in Fife, Nikki Monaghan's colourful paintings are well loved throughout Scotland and Siljes Elisabet Thorin's contemplative and evocative photographs capture time and story for the viewer to explore. There will be something for everyone to explore and enjoy.

August 24 to September 24 2019

Leith, Pentlands, Scottish Government, Arthur's Seat, Carlton Hill and Castle from Ocean Terminal I & II

Ruth Nicol has shown her work at The Line Gallery since she was a student at Edinburgh College of Art. Her recent exhibition Landmarks  Poets, Portraits and Landscapes of Modern Scotland with paintings by Alexander Moffat and texts by Alan Riach was shown to great acclaim at the Lillie Art Gallery in Milngavie. The Line is proud to bring a current series of work Leith in Spring to Linlithgow.