Exhibiting at Alchemist Gallery
New ideas, work and talent always catch our attention. If you are interested in exhibiting your work, or if there is particular creative skill or subject you would be interested in sharing with others, perhaps in a workshop, please do contact us.
We are now taking expressions of interest for exhibitions in 2022 (limited space remaining) and 2023, although enquires about smaller consignments of work are welcome at any time for general display in the shop and gallery. Please contact us, to make an appointment to speak to or see Hazel, gallery owner, for an initial informal chat, or email some representative images of your work.
Past Exhibition Highlights
Fiona Kearney & Marjory Tait - Labyrinth
A meandering but purposeful path by two pals through their combined imaginations.
Katherine Sutherland & Clare Blois - Coast and Water
Expressive works by two Highland artists, celebrating the beauty and drama of shoreline and rivers.
Sandy Gracie - Coast/lines
Bright and breezy paintings and limited edition prints inspired by Scotland’s fishing villages.
Jane Applebee - North by North West
Hand dyed textile wall hangings inspired by the colours of the North West Highlands and Orkney Islands.
Moira MacBeath - Ink
An exhibition of striking black and white pen drawings.
Emer Beattie - Highland Seasons
Uplifting blooms, blossoms, botanicals and more, in glowing watercolours.
Rosalie Furlong - Out of the Sewing Box
Illustrative and traditional quilts.
A riot of colour, imagination and stitching.
Carole Saxon - Birch (opening show Alchemist Gallery, November 2019)
Watercolour paintings, etchings and collographs.
Clive Grewcock - The Art of Conjury (Golspie Gallery)
Illustration and mixed media work, depicting the rich history and characters in magic, mystery and puppetry.
Norman Gibson - Altered Horizons (Golspie Gallery)
A range of 3D sculptural work, from digital photographic collages to paintings and sculptures.
Isobel Kirkpatrick - Woven in Time (Golspie Gallery)
Tapestry weaving; using craftsmanship and colour to capture shape.
Vic Rose - Retrospective (Golspie Gallery)
Assemblage, construction, ceramics made from locally collected Brora clay, photo-realistic painted local scenes in watercolour, acrylic and oil, surrealist inventions and abstracts to multiple automatic paintings.