Frontline Thank You - May 29 to June 15 2021


 Linlithgow artists Elaine Woo MacGregor, Victoria Ross and Siljes Elisabet Thorin joined artists from throughout Scotland in making portraits of key workers throughout the pandemic (or painting other works to their specifications) as gifts to say 'thank you'. How better for an artist to express gratitude than using their skill and talent to make a unique record? Many of these works will be on display before being given to their recipients, together with a small range of other work created during lockdown. Part of the proceeds from the sale of these pieces will be donated to Foodbanks throughout Scotland, including in Linlithgow.

This exhibition is our way of saying 'thank you' - and we invite you to join us.

Exploring the Thin Places


Exploring the Thin Places, May 1 - 25 2021

 Arriving this afternoon, 'tho probably not by horse - Iona Leishman's exhibition Exploring the Thin Places, a series of new work especially made for Linlithgow. Come along and see it all from 10.00 am, on Saturday.

Spring Awakening No 148

Layers of countryside by Catherine King
silkscreen print
20 x 20 cm
Artists Proof
£65.00

Spring Awakening No 147

Some that is not flowers by Wendy Randall
acrylic on paper
21 cm x 23 cm
£90.00

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