current exhibition

Scotland's Voices by Alexander Moffat OBE RSA


29 Jul 2018 - 30 Nov 2018

The Junor Gallery is privileged to present the next stage in this touring exhibition of Alexander Moffat’s Scotland’s Voices, the most significant composite portrait to be painted in Scotland and Europe since the artist’s Poets’ Pub (1980, National Galleries of Scotland).  Poet’s Pub depicted an imaginary gathering of some of Scotland’s most renowned poets of […]

Future exhibitions

MARION SMITH, RSA – Peerie, an exhibition of small works

08 Dec 2018 - 16 Feb 2019

Born in Fife, Scotland and currently based near St Andrews, Marion studied sculpture at Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen. Her practice centres on creating site-specific commissions for the public realm. She has large scale sculptures permanently sited in the United Kingdom from Shetland in the far north to Southampton in the south and has exhibited […]

Past exhibitions

Laurent Dessupoiu

03 Mar 2018 - 30 Jun 2018

LAURENT DESSUPOIU Writing is one of humanity’s greatest achievements, enabling our languages, learning and communication to be recorded for future generations and shared across cultures.  Handwriting reveals not only our unique personality, but perhaps also our age, where we’re from, even the onset of some illnesses.  In an increasingly digital age, while the handwritten word […]

In the Long Evenings . . . Colour and Light

08 Dec 2017 - 21 Feb 2018

In the long evenings . . . colour and light  presented the work of four sought-after contemporary Scottish and European artists, offering mid-winter experiences of light and colour Belinda Bullen studied as a post-graduate student at the Royal Academy Schools.  From her Fife studio, the artist studies the ever-changing light and coastal landscape, which she […]

Maps of the Imagination

18 Aug 2017 - 30 Nov 2017

Maps of the Imagination presented the map-based work of five contemporary Scottish and international artists with connections to Europe. A range of fine jewellery inspired by Geddy’s mediaeval map of St Andrews (c.1580), exclusive to the Gallery, as well as the map-themed poetry of Lyn Moir and Tom Pow made for a rich multi – […]