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The Rhythm of Light : Scottish Colourists

Opening 18th August

The paintings from the Fleming Collection have been loaned to us by the Fleming-Wyfold Art Foundation.

Meet the Artists

Hear 'Four Voices' - tapestry artists Baxter, Brennan, Gizzi and Radcliffe - as they offer their insight into​ the art and craft of tapestry.

Saturday 18th August, 2pm at The Maclaurin Gallery. Admission free.

Ayr Sketch Club

Ayr Sketch Club’s annual exhibition opened to the public on Sunday 15th July.

The exhibition continues until Sunday 5th August with all works for sale.

John Macdonald, President of Ayr Sketch Club

New Artist Exhibits at The Maclaurin

The Maclaurin Gallery is delighted to welcome international artist William Dick for his first exhibition in Scotland since he re-located from London to Fife this spring.

The exhibition continues until Sunday 5th August.

Dianne Gardner, Maclaurin Trust welcomes William Dick

Rhythm of Light
Scottish Colourists from the Fleming Collection

Maclaurin Art Gallery
Saturday 18 August - Sunday 30 September 2018

For the first time in Scotland a selection of works from the Fleming Collection featuring the Colourists, Cadell, Peploe, Hunter and Fergusson.

George Leslie Hunter, Peonies in a Chinese Vase, c. 1928, oil on board

Ayr Sketch Club Annual Exhibition

Maclaurin Art Gallery
Sunday 15 July - Sunday 5 August 2018

Mark Fairlie, the hanger in chief at the Maclaurin and Rozelle galleries, hanging the Ayr Sketch Club annual exhibition that opens on Sunday 15 July.

Rozelle Tree

Visitors to Rozelle Park are fascinated by this intricately carved tree trunk. Its a trunk with a story. It is the remaining part of a magnificent cedar of Lebanon that graced the front of Rozelle House and the Maclaurin Gallery for as long as anyone can remember, as the tree is possibly two hundred years old.

Sadly a winter storm blew such a large branch of the tree down that tree experts decided that, as the old tree had been propped and held together for so many years, it was no longer safe. Rather than taking it down to the ground it was decided to save as much of the stump as possible and the carvings of the interesting figures and faces - done by the sculptors who fashioned the WW1 soldiers - are the result. These have an enduring fascination for visitors of all ages.

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