• Lomond Art Exhibition 2018

    The Lomond Art exhibition is all set for 25th and 26th August. There's something for everyone with 9 artists - ceramics, felting, photographs and painting. Come and see us - 10am - 4.30pm Free entrance...
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  • Map for Lomond Art

    If you haven't visited us before here at Lomond Art (and where have you been!) here's a picture of how to find us. Get yourself on to South Road in Cupar, Fife. The Cow Brae is between numbers 38 and 42,...
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  • Art Exhibition 2018

    Wee picture from last year's Lomond Art Exhibition. Even more exhibitors this year and lots of progress on the Gallery.  Hope you've got the dates in your diaries - 25th and 26th August - 10am...
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  • How to find Lomond Art

    We know that the Cow Brae route down to the river looks like you're off the beaten track a bit, so we thought we'd do a wee screen shot, to reassure you that you're in the right place!! Going along South...
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  • Lomond Art Exhibition 25th and 26th August

    Anyone who knows Lomond Art will also know how much we love Vicky Coull’s work, so much so we have some of her paintings hanging on walls at home. We are delighted Vicky will be showing with us at...
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  • Live streaming event

    On Wednesday 20th June, Lomond Art hosted their first live streaming event produced by John Thomson with Jenn Finnon interviewing artist Brian Petrie. Brian brought along some of his work and even painted...
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  • Lomond Art Exhibition 2018

    Today, we are pleased to publish that artist Suzan Hutchison will be exhibiting at our exhibition on 25-26 August. Suzan is a multi medium artist from Glasgow, now based in Fife. For the exhibition she...
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  • Insight into Essential Oils Workshop

    Free essential oils workshop on Friday 15th June, 6-7pm in Lomond Art Gallery, Cupar, Fife. Hosted by Nàdarra Wellness. If you are interested in attending please contact Lomond Art as soon as possible...
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  • Evening visitor

    Had an early evening visitor yesterday from one of the neighbours. Quite a Gallus chapess who had a right good chomp on our shrubs and plants. Says she popped round to “play” with the Apprentice...
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  • Every picture tells a story.....

    The newly framed image of a commemorative stamp being held by its owner is of the famous Red Clydesider, John McLean (14 August 1879 – 30 November 1923). McLean was born in Glasgow to Highland Gaelic...
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