Monday, 15 May 2017

Delivering to the (new) Aberfeldy Gallery

Towards the end of last year Judy the owner of the Aberfeldy Gallery told us that she had decided to retire and was putting the gallery up for sale. Though delighted for Judy getting her well deserved retirement myself and I'm sure the other regular artists were hoping against hope that whoever bought the gallery would keep it as a gallery. Well as luck would have it it was bought by a lovely young couple Anna and Adam Seward and will have it's opening exhibition on the 27th of this month.
Yesterday I made the trip up with four paintings and got to meet Anna and her parents. The gallery is looking very bright and welcoming and they will be starting to hang their first exhibition over the next couple of weeks.
The dogs were delighted to get a walk in the Birks of Aberfeldy, such a joy to see the fresh new vegetation though it just goes to show how lacking in water we have been with not much water coming over the falls (it is making up for it today, I'm sure that a months rain has fallen this morning). On the way back home I popped into Dunkeld where they got another walk this time through the ancient woods behind Dunkeld Cathedral and then alongside the River Tay. There was a nice wee breeze that kept it pleasant.
Back at the easel today my creative juices have been replenished by the beauty of nature's jewels...smile!


"Buttercups, Daisies and Moo"
Acrylic 10" x 12" £395


"Charley Bull"
Acrylic 6" x 7" £200


"Cold Walk, Barassie" 
Acrylic 8" x 8" £250


"Evening Sail"
Acrylic 10" x 14" £395


The Birks of Aberfeldy


The Birks of Aberfeldy


Alongside the River Tay, Dunkeld


Bluebells in the ancient woods, Dunkeld Cathedral


River Tay, Dunkeld

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