As we pile on the woolly scarves and gloves with the festive season approaching, TheWhitehouse Gallery invites you to come in from the cold to enjoy the last exhibition of the year.
Winter Warmer opens from 11am on Saturday November 7 and will be open until December 31.
All are welcome to attend the opening.
Lynne Atkinson from the gallery said: “Although this exhibition carries no theme as such, it does feature work which celebrates the beauty of this time of the year, with a wide selection of fine artists and craft makers.
“There will be everything from wee stocking fillers right up to impressively bold statement pieces, and much in between, a wide selection of unique gifts to suit all budgets.
“Winter Warmer will include gallery regulars alongside some new artists to the Whitehouse.
“Showing for the first time are Jackie Forbes Henderson, Gilly Beech, Heather M Nisbet and Morag Lloyds.”
The Whitehouse Gallery are delighted to welcome back Deborah Phillips, who is known for her zingy and energetic mixed media landscapes.
For this exhibition, Deborah will be embracing the title, with a collection of her sparkling winter scenes sitting alongside her warmer, more vivid landscapes.
Gwen Adair will also be delivering some of her painting.
The Whitehouse Gallery is a member of the Own Art Scheme.