**Spring Fling has been and gone. Information on the 2019 event will be available in due course. Sign up to the mailing list for updates**
17th April – 7th May 2018
Preview: Tuesday 17th April 6-8pm
Ottersburn Gallery, 2a Nith Avenue, Dumfries, DG1 1EF
This year we are pleased to present a Spring Fling exhibition in partnership with the Ottersburn Gallery in Dumfries. This exhibition will celebrate the diverse practice that Spring Fling showcases, highlight the role this region and others play in the artists practice and give visitors to the exhibition a snapshot of our region through these works.
We have a great mix of this year's Spring Fling participants taking part in this exhibition which includes the following:
Alison Proudlock, Alistair Hamilton, Andy Priestman, Angela Lawrence, Catherine Coulson, Christine Hester Smith, Claire Cameron-Smith, Clare Dawdry, Clare Melinsky, Colin Blanchard, Emma Visca, Gail Kelly, Hazel Campbell, Heather Davies, Heather M Nisbet, Helen Acklam, Hope London, Jane Howe, Jennie Ashmore, Kevan McGinty, Laura Derby, Laura Hudson Mackay, Lisa Rothwell-Young, Elizabeth Gilbey, Liz Perry, Maggie Ayres, Margaret Walty, Minette Bell Macdonald, Patti Lean, Peter Wareing, Suzanne Stuart Davies and Val Macadam.
The exhibition has now finished. Thank you to all that attended. We hope you will visit the exhibiting artists and makers in their studios during the Spring Fling weekend or by appointment. See their pages for details.
Ottersburn Gallery is a bright and airy town centre gallery under new ownership. Having reopened on 1st April 2017, Ottersburn Gallery is now exhibiting the work of local artists in its bright and open gallery space. The building which was originally a coachhouse has been a gallery under various owners for many years and is well known in Dumfries for its gallery space and framing facilities. New owners Sean and Kate McKay exhibit and promote the breadth of Dumfries and Galloway's creative talent. There is a programme of events throughout the year which includes exhibitions, poetry reading and evening viewings. Sean and Kate also plan to host workshops, talks and music events. Ottersburn retains its long history of framing excellence by offering a personalised service to artists and art lovers alike.
For more information visit: www.ottersburngallery.com
Image credit: Alistair Hamilton