Hangar Art & Framing are proud to exhibit a wide range of art from a variety of different artists.

current
exhibition

CELEBRATING SCOTLAND

Movement & Light

Janet McCrorie & Sheena Phillips

Saturday 8th June 2024 - Saturday 31st August 2024

Janet McCrorie

“I have been painting for over 20 years and in that time I have developed a unique method of capturing movement.

My main body of work features Scottish dancers where my aim is to invoke a sense of pride and nostalgia in this historic Scottish tradition.

My artistic style describes the shapes made by the body in action, encouraging the eye to move around the painting. I find that this is best served by using mixed media including acrylics, oil pastels, inks and oil paint which allows the variation in texture needed to represent the individual look of the tartan and to express the exuberant movement of the dancing.

I am regularly commissioned to create paintings with a specific tartan or to commemorate special events such as weddings or sporting activities and I am happy to accept the challenge to identify the familiar movement in these activities and replicate this in paint.

My paintings can be viewed in many galleries throughout Scotland and sell internationally.

St Columba’s Hospice and the Royal Scottish Dancing Society have used my paintings for cards, calendars and illustration and I have had several magazine articles published about me and my work.

Originally from Lanarkshire, I now live in East Lothian and work from a studio in my home.”

Sheena Phillips

“I love the drama of the changing light.  I specialise in watercolour painting. I am directly inspired by changing shapes,  bursts of colour, scents and changing light. Sometimes I don’t know how the painting will turn out as the changes in light can excite a memory and take me of down a different path.”

Sheena  paints mostly Scottish landscapes and cityscapes and but also flowers. She has shown often in the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour and has been included many times with a small number of other artists representing Scotland at Fabriano in Acquarello, Italy.

previous
exhibitions
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Loved Up!

Local Artists

9 Feb – 31 Mar 2019

Gatherings

Elizabeth Vischer

October 2018

Fundraising Exhibition

Margot Archibald

1 – 28 September 2018

Exhibition

Rebecca Dover

4 – 25 August 2018

Summer Exhibition

Various Artists

7 July – 3 Aug 2018

Athelstaneford Art Groups

Elshanford Exhibition

2 – 16 June 2018

Dogs of E. Lothian

Kirsten Boston

May 2018
Katriona MacEwan Exhib

Katriona MacEwan

October 2018
March by Ged Lerpinière

Changes

Ged Lerpinière

December 2017

Grey Shores and White Lines

Fee Dickson Reid & Rachel Marshall

November 2017
Alison Young Driftwood-Tyninghame-East-Lothian (crop)

Silent Shore

Allison Young

July 2017

Kirsten Boston

June 2017
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Ten Exhibition

Athelstaneford Art Groups

May 2017

Forth Light

Fee Dickson

April 2017