Welcome to Rowan Gallery

Thank you for visiting the Rowan Gallery website.

We hope you enjoy browsing the fantastic works from our very talented gallery artists and that you will find that special piece of art that steals your heart and gives you years of enjoyment.

If you can't find what you're looking for please contact us and we'll do everything that we can to assist you.


Philip Raskin Featured Artist Winter 2019

Rowan Gallery welcomes the ever-popular Philip Raskin as featured artist in our Winter Mixed Exhibition 2019.

Philip presents a selection of twenty-two stunning paintings that perfectly capture the light and drama of Scotland's ruggedly beautiful coastline.

To view the collection of paintings click here

Winter Mixed Exhibition 2019

Opening weekend of Saturday 30th November & Sunday 1st December from 12-5pm. Refreshments served throughout.

Rowan Gallery's Winter Mixed Exhibition 2019 runs concurrently with our Margaret Evans' solo exhibition until end January 2020 and features a wide selection of works from our gallery artists including Alison Cowan, Gordon Wilson, Sally Bruce Richards, Graham Bruce Richards, Drysdale Scott, John McClenaghen, Tony Feld, Stuart Scott, Chris Duncan, Les Donaghy and also ceramics by John Scott and Woodwork by John Caunter.

To view the exhibition click here

Margaret Evans Solo Exhibition - November 2019

Rowan Gallery proudly presents celebrated Scottish contemporary pastel artist, Margaret Evans.

Margaret has created a selection of over thirty stunning works for her long awaited first solo exhibition with Rowan Gallery.

To view the exhibition click here


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With solo and mixed exhibitions throughout the year and an ever-changing stock from a variety of gallery artists, it makes sense to keep up to date with what's going on at Rowan Gallery.

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