Kinghorn Station Gallery
Charming gallery showing the work of Lynette Gray and Douglas Gray along with temporary exhibitions.
The formerly derelict stationmaster’s house at Kinghorn was rescued by artist and teacher Lynette Gray under Scotrail’s 'Adopt a Station' scheme and sympathetically turned into this bright and airy gallery and studio space. Several original features remain from its past life as the former ladies' waiting room, such as iron pillars and a railway bench. The gallery hosts exhibitions of local artists’ paintings, prints, jewellery and ceramics as well as Scottish landscapes and studies in watercolour, oil and mixed media by Lynette Gray and her husband Douglas, himself a graduate of Duncan of Jordanstone and the Royal College of Art. Art classes are also taught throughout the year providing a traditional grounding in a variety of techniques and media.
- Provides: Wheelchair access
- Open since: 2011