Our next exhibition of 2022 takes inspiration from the cosy and comforting Pub, a place you spend hours chatting, laughing and catching up with friends and family, on sunny afternoons and darker evenings.
Our selection of artists have created a collection of original artworks as homage to their fond memories and favourite aspects of 'The Pub'.
Each artwork evokes fun and familiar feelings of your local watering hole, from a delicious lunch in a beer garden to a quick catch up with old friends, perhaps a welcomed interlude from exploring the Highlands.
Preview Evening 4 pm on Thursday 7th April at 193 Bath Street, G2 4HU.
Exhibition running from Friday 8th April onwards!
Artists featured in the exhibition include:
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