Gracefield Have Christmas All Wrapped Up

Gracefield Christmas exhibition features a specially selected range of art and craft from UK-wide and Dumfries and Galloway artists and makers. The gallery exhibition will be complemented by smaller-scale pieces in the craft shop so whether you are looking for that ‘forever artwork’ for someone special or an interesting and unique stocking filler, we’ve got it all wrapped up…

Just some of the featured artist and makers are: Andrew Adair, paintings/ceramics, Heather Andrews jewellery, Helen Clues, mosaic/decorations, Geoff Forrest, willow sculpture/platters, Linda Lovatt, assemblages, Morag McPherson, textiles, Sam Samson, sculpture and household, Urpu Sellar sculptures/Ceramics A Sterling Idea, jewellery Michael Wolchover, photography/silk scarves & ties, Jo Walker, ceramics Penny Withers, ceramic vessels (2) and Anna Wright, new illustration artwork, books, mugs.

Join us on Saturday 5th November for the opening day for the show to enjoy a chat with some of the artists, some refreshments and nibbles and a chance to start your Christmas shopping!!
Community Chair, Councilor Tom McAughtrie commented “The Christmas exhibitions at Gracefield are always wonderful for that something unusual and this one will be no exception.”
All our exhibition and events can be found at 28 Edinburgh Road, Dumfries and don’t forget the last few days of ‘Wandering Threads’ on until 5 November. Visit the website at www.dumgal.gov.uk/gracefield or check out Facebook and Twitter. There’s plenty parking a Café and Craft shop to make a fantastic free outing for all the family.

Image Attached: Sculptures by Urpu Sellar, Ceramics by Penny Whithers.
For further information contact: Dawn Henderby (Arts Officer)

Telephone: 01387 262084 Fax: 01387 255173 e-mail: [email protected]
Gracefield is run by Dumfries & Galloway Council and aims to present a wide selection of local, national and international visual art and craft with a changing programme of exhibitions and events. Gracefield also present exhibitions from its own art collection and supports local group shows including the Dumfries Camera Club and D&G Fine Art Society. Exhibitions are always free admission.

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