Opened first of April 2017 - Currently running our seventeenth exhibition
The current exhibition is a survey of the paintings of the Italian-Scottish artist Maria N. Spadoni organised by her daughter Liana Marletta.
This gallery will focus primarily on artists working in the West of Scotland,
though we will welcome artwork from further afield. Our aim is to provide a space for
individual artists to show a wide range of their work. We hold individual
exhibitions each running for a month. The wall space available is quite considerable.
It is in small square at the centre of Kilbirnie, approximately 25 miles to the west
of Glasgow, in an old building, probably originally part of a nineteenth century carding mill.
The site is notorious for an incident in 1904, when the owner of an Italian ice cream shop
murdered his wife and children with an axe.
The gallery is open Mondays to Saturdays from 2.00 till 5.00.
For people arriving by car, there is a free municipal car park only 50 yards south of the gallery.
For people coming some distance, there are refreshments at the Radio City Cafe - 4 minutes walk north
of the gallery.