Whitehills exhibition of five artists’ work

The work of five Angus artists has gone on display at the Whitehills Health and Community Care Centre in Forfar.

Patients, staff and visitors are invited to view the work, which is on display in the main corridor leading off from the reception area.

Four of the ladies artists whose work is now on display in the Whitehills Medical Centre. They are, from left - Mabel Galloway, Jean Wilkie, Vicki Hepburn and Jacqui Mackie.

Four of the ladies artists whose work is now on display in the Whitehills Medical Centre. They are, from left - Mabel Galloway, Jean Wilkie, Vicki Hepburn and Jacqui Mackie.

The exhibition is running throughout December and January and features the work of Vicki Hepburn, Angela Harper, Mabel Galloway, Jean Wilkie and Lady Jacqueline Mackie.

Each artist brings their own individual style and content to the exhibition .

Visitors can expect the unexpected with four of the five artists having lived and worked in countries including France, East and West Africa, Nassau, South America, Spain and the Bahamas.

The artists now all live locally in Angus so some familiar scenes are on view, inspired by the local countryside.

Lynda Kemp, site manager at Whitehills, said: “We are very lucky to have five such talented artists exhibiting at Whitehills. Their work has been seen across Scotland and around the globe so I would encourage people to come along and have a look.

“The artwork is on sale so you could find the perfect Christmas present for someone!”

Exhibitions at the centre are changed every eight weeks and the majority of the works of art are for sale with each artist donating 20% commission on all sales to the Whitehills Arts & Environment Fund.

All money raised is used to enhance the Whitehills environment.

The gallery at the Whitehills Health and Community Care Centre has provided space for many local artists and the public are invited to pop in and view this new exhibition.