Lillie Art Gallery Exhibitions

There are excellent exhibitions well worth seeing at the Lillie Art Gallery over the next couple of months.

28 April to 24 May

Bearsden Art Club Annual Exhibition.

An exhibition of Paintings , Ceramics, Jewellery and Textiles by local artists.

Prize giving for the Millenium Bowl , The Gregor Ian Smith Award and Opening of the Show will be held on Friday 27 April at 7.30pm All are welcome!

 

 

 

Snow in between trees with reindeer running

Image: 'Landscape with Moon' by Ursula Edge

28 April to 24 May

Highs & Lows

Two Glasgow artists, Julie Arbuckle and Yvonne Taylor, celebrate the diversity of Scottish landscape through their paintings. From airy mountains to ancient woodlands, both of these artists relate to the land in uniquely sensitive ways. From the Highlands to the Lowlands, high places and hinterlands, this is a celebration of the variety of Scotland's natural places.

 

Four different images of mountains

2 to 28 June

Milngavie Art Club Annual Exhibition

A diverse range of mediums and subjects in this hugely popular exhibition including Scottish landscapes, still life and portraiture. Come and browse, look at the amazing range of art available for sale and watch some of our members at work.

 

 

 

Perception-Impression

Image: Claudia Watt - Perception-Impression

2 to 28 June 

Robert Macaulay Stevenson – the last Glasgow Boy

Robert Macaulay Stevenson (1854 – 1952) was a resident of East Dunbartonshire (Bardowie).  The Lillie has a small collection of his work and this exhibition will display them together for the first time.

Stevenson is recognised as one of the ‘fathers’ of ‘The Glasgow Boys’ and is usually credited with coining the name. He outlived his contemporaries and died at the age of 98.

Bardowie woods image

Image: ‘Woods By Bardowie Loch

2 to 28 June

Light Stream

A joint exhibition exploring light and it's effect on defining and shaping our world.

Artists Peter McNair and Lynn Howarth have studied the effects of light and how it falls, wrapping itself around surfaces creating shadows and reflections. They hope their studies and close observations help reveal the true beauty of their subjects

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Under water image of lady swimming

 

Person walking in alley between buildings

Images: Lynne Howarth: ‘Black Bikini 2’, Peter McNair ‘The Man and the Alley Cat’

Opening Times

Tuesday to Saturday

10am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm

Please note: The Lillie Art Gallery may be closed for installation or de-installation of exhibitions. Please telephone the gallery on 0141 956 5536 to check opening times if visiting the museum outwith exhibition dates.