4 – 28 February 2015
A big thank you to all our loyal customers at the Annual Sale.
£370 was raised by the raffle in support of the Teenage Cancer Trust.
The winners are:
A set of champagne glasses – L.Kinsman Blake
A set of wine glasses – S.Mulligan
A set of tumblers – L.Wilson
8 November – 31 December 2014
Seren Wen (Bright Star) exhibition features the work of more than twenty bright stars from the Applied and Fine Art fields in Wales, and the UK. A chance to find beautiful Christmas gifts specially selected and presented in the gallery.
24 – 27 October 2014
The Haining at Home exhibition focus on larger works of applied arts, such as furniture, glass, ceramics, silverware and textiles.
The Haining is a magnificent 18th Century mansion house in Selkirk.
Tel. 01750 725852
13th July – 29th September 2014
The Summer Exhibition 2014, on House-Open days, includes a great range of work from new and established painters, engravers and sculptors – with collages, mosaics, ceramics and glass pieces making it this year’s ‘Must-See’ Show!
Tel: 01573 410225
Open Fri, Sat, Sun, Mon
Gardens & Coffee Shop: 11.30am – 5pm
House: 12.30pm – 5pm (last entry 4.15pm)
ROBERT HARRIS WINS 2014 WALTER SCOTT PRIZE at the Brewin Dolphin Borders Book Festival in Melrose.
Robert Harris has won the £25,000 Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction for his novel about the Dreyfus affair, An Officer and a Spy.
In keeping with tradition, the Duke of Buccleuch also presented him with a contemporary piece of glass; a Pool Plate from Lindean Mill. In the words of the Duke, “a place Walter Scott would have passed on his way to the Selkirk Court House.”
28 June – 30 August 2014
A Glass Act celebrates the diversity and relevance of contemporary glass tableware and features numerous functional objects for domestic use from the everyday glass tumbler through to intricate candelabras and everything in between.
The exhibition brings together work which explores how we use, understand and value glassware and considers why so many craftspeople focus on items for the table. Through glass that is blown, cast, kiln formed, fused and engraved each object displayed offers an individual response that explores the potential of this medium.
2 May – 12 June 2014
The National Glass Centre, in collaboration with the Contemporary Glass Society, is showing work by 8 artists during the summer.
31 May – 20 December 2014
Contemporary textiles, glass and ceramics from the gallery’s own collection are brought together in the Craft Now exhibition.