Visit: ‘the gallery on the corner’, 34 Northumberland St, Edinburgh, EH3 6LS
It’s a busy and exciting time to be in Edinburgh at the moment, but if you’re already getting a little over ‘festivalled’ and are seeking something a little different to do, why not visit ‘the gallery on the corner’. In this small contemporary gallery, set on the corner of Northumberland St and Dundas Street, just a short walk from the city centre, you’ll find a wonderful selection of work by a broad range of artists. It’s the perfect place to get away from the rush of the city and to enjoy some new and different art …..and maybe buy yourself something special.
I’ve been showing work at ‘the gallery on the corner’ since it opened in 2010 and as patron to the gallery I am, of course, going to be a little biased. That said though, every time I visit the gallery I always get a really good feeling about it. It’s bright and welcoming and friendly ….and above all, there’s always a really interesting and exciting selection of work to see.
Here are images of the three paintings I currently have at the gallery, but to see the full range of artists work available, take a visit to the gallery itself.
Visiting the Gallery
The gallery is open from Tuesday to Saturday, 11.00am to 5.00pm
34 Northumberland St, Edinburgh, EH3 6LS
Tel: 0131 557 8969
“Please note that the gallery does not have wheelchair access. There are seven steps down into the gallery making wheelchair access difficult, however if you contact us prior to visiting we will do our best to accommodate you.”
To learn more about this great little gallery and to see images of some of the other artists work, you can visit their website: