Opened by John Fisher in May 2000, the
Fisher Studio & Gallery in Pittenweem is now in its 13th year. It
shows work by a diverse range of contemporary painters and applied
most of whom work in Scotland. While the majority of the exhibiting
artists are well established and popular with collectors, the Gallery
also encourages young talented new graduates.
Most of the exhibitions feature work by the resident artist Jan
Fisher with paintings and drawings of the coast and landscape of
the British Isles. She works in oil, watercolour, pencil
The gallery publishes reproductions of paintings, including
views, by Jan and Anna Fisher,
as framed and un-framed limited edition high quality giclee
prints. These are available only in the Fisher Gallery, or (unframed) from the
website (See Print Pages).
The AUTUMN EXHIBITION closes on Wednesday
November 6th. The Gallery will be closed on the 7th and 8th for
re-hanging, and the CHRISTMAS
EXHIBITION will open on
Images of paintings in the new Exhibition will
be shown on the
Exhibition 1 page of the website as soon as we have the
work and can get it photographed.
Painters exhibiting in the Christmas Exhibition include: Penelope Anstice, Ethel Mary Webster, James Fraser, Madeleine Hand, Ian Kinnear,
Elaine Cunningham & Jan Fisher. Examples of Craftwork in
the Exhibition are shown on the Exhibition 2 page of the website,
and include ceramics from Maralyn Reed-Wood, Oathlaw
Pottery, Selborne Pottery, Donald McIntyre, Vanessa Bullick, Michelle Freemantle, Linda McGill, Mary Chapelhow, Simon Shaw, John
Kershaw and Paul Marley. Other craftwork shown includes enamelling by Lewis Banks, driftwood clocks etc by Garry Brown,
Wooden boxes by Dave McKeen, studio glass by Sanders & Wallace, and
candlesticks by Belltrees Forge.
until January 5th, open 10 - 5. The Gallery is closed on Tuesdays,
and also Christmas Day and New Years Day.
Mark Feely (The Weem Framer) is now based
in the Fisher Gallery. He offers a bespoke framing service, and has
a wide range of picture mouldings, mount boards, etc.
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