As Braemar starts to awake from hiding from the madness outside – the river remains the same and the grannie pines are looking amazing..as ever, we are grateful to live is such a beautiful part of the world.
Over lockdown the artists have been busy reorganising and getting inspired by a new enforced slowness and stepping down of gears. Many have turned their gaze to nature and found great inspiration in the passing of the seasons, the night sky, trees in winter, the certain light you get on a April afternoon just after it rains…. Good is often in the detail.
We have new works by:
and great new watercolours by Jane Askey:
Current Open Hours are:
Thursday 11AM – 4.30PM
Friday 11AM – 4.30PM
Saturday 11AM – 4.30PM
Sunday 11AM – 4.30PM
However if you call ahead we can hatch a plan to meet up out with these hours…
Peace and Love and Good Happiness Stuff….Andrew and Kirsty
We are really excited to be opening again this Thursday 29th April.
Its great to be back doing what we do – curating exhibitions and finding out what all of our lovely artists have been up to with their time.
This week we have taken delivery of many, many wonderful new works – with more to follow over the weeks as the world gets back on its feet.
Just a wee taster for you:
Ken Ferguson: Landscape Painter, has been meditating on the glorious winter trees and effects of winter light on snow. This new direction has led him further away from the hills and deeper into the forests. Difficult to imagine how long these watercolours would take to resolve.
Garry Harper has just visited the gallery with a brace of brand new canvases. Garry has been continuing his fascination with nostalgic imagery in his figurative painting and has also produced many exciting game bird images. His use of textures and gold leaf really has to be seen in the flesh.
Susan Wilmot has been very busy in the studio producing stunning impasto still life and landscape works. We are currently busy hanging these in the gallery.
I am very excited to have Jonathan Shearer join us this year. I have been a big fan of his “en plein air” approach and his commitment to going out – whatever the weather and painting in the landscape. Jonathan often works swiftly and can capture the fleeting moments and light in an incredibly masterful way.
If you are familiar with the gallery – you will know Jim Wylie’s work – always colourful, accurate and well executed oils on canvas. Jim will be exhibiting several canvases with us this spring/summer. These will arrive in the beginning of May.
All these paintings and many more will be available from the gallery from Thursday.
Once again we just wanted to thank everyone for their support – not just this year but over the 20 years we’ve been trading in the tundra. We hope you have a peaceful New Year. We will be open asap – depending on the governments advice. Watch this space…
We are super proud and very excited to be representing our good friend Ashley Cook in the gallery this morning. Astonishing new works have just touched down in the gallery – the head technician will be preparing them for display ASAP – but in the meantime: here is a wee preview.
Autumn in Braemar – you cant really beat it. These are some of the Tundra Journal Highlights from the month.
We would like to thank all of our lovely customers for their business over this unprecedented time and look forward to seeing y’all very soon. In the mean time I will continue posting all new work available and any new stock that comes in on social Media etc.
Great to see the lovely Jim Dewar yesterday for a catch up and meet Millie the dog…Jim has dropped in some super new atmospheric watercolours – we can’t wait to get these incredibly calming pieces hung up on the walls…I alway think of Jims work as searching for that the ideal getaway/cabin in the tundra, where we would all like to live…a place in the wilderness.
These are all available as from today: please contact me for sizes, price etc.