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After six years trading from their home in North Berwick, Fidra Fine Art is now based in traditional High Street premises in the beautiful East Lothian village of Gullane, four miles along the coast from North Berwick.

With a keen interest in traditional and contemporary Scottish art, Fidra Fine Art exhibits work from some of the finest artists working in Scotland today as well as holding in stock some of the more significant Scottish artists from the past hundred years.

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Great art in a beautiful, coastal location, a short trip from Edinburgh.

Current Exhibition

New Beginnings
Our first exhibition in our new premises in Gullane will be a Mixed Exhibition featuring new work by a variety of gallery artists including Matthew Draper, Ann Oram, Simon Laurie, Graeme Wilcox, Alan Connell, George Birrell, Neil Macdonald, Alice McMurrough, Astrid Trügg, Dominique Cameron, Andy Heald, Jayne Stokes and many more. We will also be showing for the first time work by Gail Murray RSW PAI, Robert Murray RGI RSW PAI and Kirsty Cohen. A really great line up for our first show.

We will open the doors on Saturday 26 May from 12-5pm and would be delighted if you could join us to celebrate our opening.

Going forward our new opening hours will be: 11am-5pm Tuesday to Saturday, 12-5pm Sunday and Closed Mondays except Bank Holidays.

Hope to see you soon.

Future Exhibition

Land & Sea
Our second exhibition in our new gallery space in Gullane is a small group show with six artist with very different styles who are constantly inspired by the changing landscape around them.

Matthew Draper, Michael Durning RSW PPAI PAI, Neil Macdonald RSW RGI PAI, Sandy Murphy RSW RGI PAI, Jacqueline Orr RSW RGI PAI and Robert D Murray RSW RGI PAI.

We will also have some new driftwood and found items from Shaun McLaren.

Images will be added to the website as they become available.

The exhibition opens on Saturday 30th June and runs until Sunday 29th July.