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Corrymella Scott Gallery

Scottish Contemporary Art Specialists
Regularly holds exhibitions featuring leading Scottish artists throughout United Kingdom and internationally

Newcastle upon Tyne

United Kingdom
Address:
c/o The Old Butchers Cottage Great Whittington
NE29 2HP
Phone: 07763 789112
Website: http://www.corrymellascottgallery.co.uk


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Artists Represented

Jolomo, John Lowrie Morrion, Elizabeth Blackadder, Andrew Gifford, Ethel Walker, Victoria Crowe, Jack Morrocco, Glen Scouller, George Devlin, Gordon Bryce, Robert Kelsey,
Jack Vettriano, James Fullarton, Christopher Wood, Caroline Hunter, Peter Howson, Pat Douthwaite, Tom Moore, Anna King, Jamie Hageman, Jamie Primrose, Willie Fulton, Helen Glassford, Ingrid Fraser, Rebecca Firth, Sian MacQueen, David Schofield, Connie Simmers, Stephen Mangan, Lesley Banks, Janice Gray, Sophie Walbeoffe, Todd Garner, Jake Harvey (sculpture)
Angela Hunter (sculpture), Mark Brazier-Jones (metalwork, furniture, lighting), Brian Glassar (glass), Mhairi Corr (ceramics), Andrew Varah (furniture), Paddy Killer (textiles, illustration)


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Current Exhibitions

Jolomo – John Lowrie Morrison OBE
ARGYLL - THE ISLES - VENICE

5th May - 17th May 2014

at Gallery 8, 8 Duke Street St. James’s, London SW1Y 6BN
Mon to Sat 10am to 6pm. Sat 17 10am to 2pm. Sun 11am - 4pm
La Galleria, 30 Royal Opera Arcade, London SW1Y 4UY
(Tube: Piccadilly Circus: Charing Cross Rail: Charing Cross)
14 – 19 May 2012
10am-6pm Mon-Fri Sat 10am-2pm


This exhibition includes striking new pictures executed with strong, emotive colour and fluent brushwork depicting the exceptional changing light and colour of the west coast of Scotland including Iona, Tiree, Colonsay, Kintyre, Mull, Gigha and Iona, where Jolomo continues the long established tradition of Scottish artists including the Scottish Colourists S.J. Peploe and F.C.B. Cadell who were drawn back year after year by the beauty and power of this landscape and found it a particular source of inspiration. Also included are vibrant still life paintings and superbly executed paintings and drawings of some of the famous Scottish Lighthouses including Hoy, Cape Wrath, Dubh Artach, Cloch Light, Skerryvore and Buchan Ness.

John Lowrie Morrison, th... [ Read all ]


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Jolomo – John Lowrie Morrison OBE
ARGYLL - THE ISLES - VENICE

5th May - 17th May 2014

at Gallery 8, 8 Duke Street St. James’s, London SW1Y 6BN
Mon to Sat 10am to 6pm. Sat 17 10am to 2pm. Sun 11am - 4pm

13th Jolomo London Exhibition
presented by Corrymella Scott Gallery

Internationally renowned landscape artist John Lowrie Morrison OBE who signs his pictures ‘Jolomo’ returns to London for his 13th Annual London exhibition with Corrymella Scott Gallery. Jolomo, lives and works on the west coast of Scotland. He paints in the Expressionist style and his shows have been sell-outs, attracting an international following and in demand from individual collectors and corporations alike.
“For centuries, artists have been drawn to Venice: Turner, Monet and Whistler all immortalised the city. Today, La Serenissima continues to cast her spell over people who paint, with her labyrinth of ancient streets and canals, dramatic sunrises and sunsets over the lagoon and the mesmeric play of light on water.” Susan Mansfield, Arts writer

John Lowrie Morrison had no intention of painting Venice. When he visited for the fir... [ Read all ]


Contact-Directors/Staff

Corrymella Scott Tel: 0776 3789112