An invitation to the Scottish Glass Society’s 40th Anniversary exhibitions, CELEBRATION! and ON THE EDGE private view.

Tuesday 17 September 2019, 6-8pm
The Trades Hall, Glassford Street, Glasgow G1 1UH

Please RSVP to [email protected]

CELEBRATION! : An open exhibition of members’ work celebrating 40 years of the Scottish Glass Society.

ON THE EDGE : A juried exhibition featuring work from 18 artists representing a wealth of glassmaking talent in Scotland.

The exhibitions will continue between 18 – 25 September 2019.
Open daily from 11am (10am weekend) till 5pm (7pm Thursday).

Nordic by Nature: modern design & print

Glass panel ‘Strata’

5 August – 31 October 2019

Artists and designers have long been inspired by the varied and dramatic landscapes of Nordic countries. This new British Museum touring exhibition explores how nature and landscape is at the heart of post-war Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian design and prints.

We are delighted to participate in this exciting exhibition at Old Gala House in Galashiels.

The exhibition brings together an eclectic range of pieces, including Swedish prints and glass works alongside experimental and minimalist works from Denmark, including Erik Magnussen’s (1940-2014) revolutionary table wares of the 1960s. Exhibition highlights include pioneering pieces by one of the leading figures in Finnish design, glassmaker Tapio Wirkkala (1915-1985) and Finnish basket maker, Markku Kosonen (1945-2010).

You are invited to a reception and exhibition opening on Friday 9 August 2019 18.30–20.00

Please RSVP 01896 752611 / 01750 726456
or email [email protected]

Partial disabled access

The Christopher Boyd Gallery, Old Gala House, Scott Crescent
Galashiels TD1 3JS Scottish Borders

On the Edge Exhibition

July 8 – July 26

Preview 5 July 6pm – 8pm
The exhibition will continue 8 July to 26 July 2019
Monday – Friday 9am – 5.30pm

The 40th anniversary of the Scottish Glass Society is celebrated with an Exhibition, One the Edge, at North Lands Creative, Lybster.

On the Edge brings together the work of 18 members exploring the stress lines between historical concepts and contemporary idealogy, often creating works that revaluate our understanding of their chosen medium.

Gregory Alliss, Carolyn Basing, Catherine Carr, Hannah Gibson, Siobhan Healy, Jessamy Kelly, Alison Kinnaird, Pinkie Maclure, Brett Manley, Inge Panneels, Lauren Puckett, Annica Sandstrom and David Kaplan, Cathryn Shilling, Amanda Simmons, Moonju Suh, Laura Turner, Rosheen Young.

Today, across Scotland, Scottish Glass Society glass artists and makers are continuing to challenge our perception of the possibilities of glass as an artistic medium.

North Lands Creative, Quatre Bras, Lybster Caithness, KW3 6BN

+44 (0) 1593 721229
[email protected]

The Walter Scott glass panel trophy ‘On A Clear Day'The Walter Scott glass panel trophy ‘On A Clear Day’

15 June 2019

Congratulations to Robin Robertson who has won the tenth Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction, becoming both the first Scot and the first poet to win the £25,000 Prize in its ten year history.

Accepting the Prize for his book The Long Take from writer Alexander McCall Smith and the Prize’s sponsor the Duke of Buccleuch, Robin Robertson said that, like Walter Scott, he had started as a poet and then moved into narrative fiction ‘by accident’, as The Long Take started as a poem but became something longer.

Borders Book Festival, Harmony Garden,
St. Mary’s Road, Melrose TD6 9LJ

Borders Book Festival 2019 Glass Panel Commission
15 June 2019

The Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction will be announced
at the Borders Book Festival in Melrose on Saturday 15 June.
Sponsored by the Duke and Duchess of Buccleuch, the winning
author will receive £25,000 and a commissioned glass panel
made by Lindean Mill Glass.

The shortlisted authors are;
Peter Carey: A Long Way from Home
Cressida Connolly: After the Party
Samantha Harvey: The Western Wind
Andrew Miller: Now We Shall be Entirely Free
Michael Ondaatje: Warlight
Robin Robertson: The Long Take

Borders Book Festival, Harmony Garden,
St. Mary’s Road, Melrose TD6 9LJ

Lindean Mill Glass - Circus is 21

16 January – 11 April 2019

An exhibition in collaboration with twenty-one artists,
Contemporary Applied Arts and jaggedart

Circus is 21: A Celebration of Collaboration features artists who have exhibited with Circus in the past, and some who are showing here for the very first time. The artists are young, and not so young; this is their first career; this is their third. They are accomplished and expert. They do not shy away from complexity, but work to resolve idea and technique. They transport us to another realm, and gift perspective to help us reach resolutions of our own. Many of the artists are represented by two of long term collaborators – Contemporary Applied Arts and jaggedart.

For more information about the exhibition, please visit

The Circus gallery is open Monday – Friday, 10am – 5pm
58 Marylebone High St, London W1U 5HT
[email protected]
+44 (0) 20 7292 7888

LMG at 40 vases and panels

Our celebration of 40 years of glassmaking at Lindean Mill is coming to an end, however there is still a chance to see some of our early unique work in the gallery, along with our latest glass panels.

The studio will be closed from 22nd Dec until Easter 2019.
Please email us at [email protected] regarding any glass work enquiries.

We’d like to thank all our loyal customers who came to our Sale.
The raffle in support of the Teenage Cancer Trust raised £617.00.
Thank you!

The winners are:
A set of Studio wine glasses   — Sarah Kettley
A set of Optic tall tumblers     — Louise Salvesen
A set of Optic tumblers          — M&J Smail

LMG Teenage Cancer Raffle Winners 2018

Optic & Colour Range & Gem glass
Photo W.Musgrove