Pauline Lawton Art

Pauline lawton ArtColour, textiles, distressed patterns and shapes are what excites me and my paintings are contemporary interpretations of the landscape and coastline surrounding my recent move to Kirkcudbright, as well as my journeys in Europe and Morocco. Images and sketchbooks emerge as I search for information/ideas that will remind me of something more than a representational inspiration. I work in acrylics and mixed media, with textured surfaces and strong colours to achieve the effect I seek. See website for more details

Kirk House Bed & Breakfast

Kirk House is a traditional Galloway Farmhouse. Two double en-suite rooms and a twin. TV and wifi. We are 3m south of Gatehouse of fleet. Glorious setting with distant sea views. Great walking, cycling and wildlife area. B and B from £30pppn for two sharing. tel 01557 814547  mob 07957836509 . e-mail: kirkhousegirthon@gmail.com
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Margaret S Milligan

Margaret MilliganI am an oil and pastel painter. I love still life, portraits and life drawing is a passion. I work and teach in the beautiful “Artist’s Town” of Kirkcudbright in Galloway, Scotland.

Like most artists I am attracted to the play of light. I work in Winsor and Newton Artisan, water mix able oils to avoid as many nasty chemicals as possible.

You can see my recent blog updates here http://margaretsmilligan.blogspot.com  or follow me on Facebook

See website: www.margaretsmilligan.co.uk

Orroland Holiday Cottages

Two unique and private holiday cottages and a large holiday home set in the magical surroundings of Orroland Estate. Each property has its own landscaped grounds, set in idyllic coastal farmland with panoramic sea views, a loch with a pavilion and private rocky shore with beach house. Cutlar’s Lodge (sleeps 2-6) | Abbotsway Cottage (sleeps 2-7) | Orroland Lodge (sleeps 14)  See Website: www.orroland.com

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Urpu Sellar

UrpuBorn in Finland, and now residing near Kirkcudbright, Urpu creates ceramic ‘sculptures’ mainly animals, birds and fishes. Her works are often humerous and a little tongue-in-cheek, and have proved popular, particularly in Kirkcudbright’s White House Gallery.
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