Venue 1:

Lighthouse Central Community Hub
West Loan, Prestonpans EH32 9NT
Open: 11am to 5pm every day

Showing:
Scott Brennan. Oil, acrylic, pastel.
Over the last two years, Scott has exhibited in a number of local galleries and sold his work online. He loves the Western Isles, particularly big skies and seas. He has his own studio and website.

www.scottbrennanart.com

Venue 2:

Millwynd Studio
Mill Wynd, 7 Kirk Street, Prestonpans EH32 9EA

Open: 11am to 5pm every day

Showing:
Margaret Gillies. Watercolour, acrylic.
I have made art all my life. Mainly in paint but also textile, ceramic and in photographs.  My work includes landscape, still life and fantasy. I will be exhibiting in my own studio. Millwynd Studio, off Kirk Street, Prestonpans.

Facebook/millwyndstudio

Venue 3:

Prestonpans Community Centre
Preston Road, Prestonpans EH32 9QS

Open: 11am to 5pm every day

Showing:
The Scottish Diaspora Tapestry. Embroidered/tapestry
Designed by Andrew Crummy, and stitched by thousands of Scottish diaspora stitchers across the globe from 34 countries, creating this 304 panel exhibition telling their tales of migration from Scotland and life in their new world. The cafe is also open during the festival.

Facebook/scottishdiasporatapestry

Venue 4:

Cockenzie Methodist Church
28 Edinburgh Road, Cockenzie EH32 0JA

Open: 11am to 5pm every day, except Sundays only open 2-5pm

Showing:
Sarah Sandow. Painting.
I have exhibited at the 3 Harbours Arts Festival for the past four years.
I work in oil and acrylic, mostly landscape and figure work.

Gordon Hughes. Mixed Media.
This year my work will be of African animals and landscapes, plus a few odd boats. I’m really looking forward to meeting old and new art lovers.

Jay Carlyle. Mixed Media, Mono Print.
I am an amateur artist.  I work in mixed media (paint, print etc). I like to vary the subject matter – landscape, figurative and even some portraiture. I make “artists’ books”.

Venue 5:

Seashore Gallery
3 Marshall Street, Cockenzie EH32 0HT

Open: 11am to 5pm every day

Showing:
Fiona Crombie. Paintings, ceramics, glass and jewellery.
Seashore Gallery is the working studio & gallery of glass artist and painter, Fiona Crombie. Ritchie Collins, Ronnie Fulton & a variety of artists join Fiona to exhibit in the gallery to create a wonderful display of art. Also ‘Drop-in’ fused glass workshops running during the festival.

Facebook/seashoregallery
www.seashoregallery.co.uk

Venue 6:

Cockenzie & Port Seton British Legion Lounge
West Harbour Road, Cockenzie EH32 0HX

Open: 11am to 5pm, weekends only

Showing:
Helen Wyllie. Print, Digital.
I grew up admiring the Bass Rock and its friends from my Granny’s window, and my sense of home is about the 3 peaks that surround me: Bass, Traprain & North Berwick. My prints are a combination of vector illustration and painted textures.

www.wylliecat.co.uk

Linda Lincoln. Original Prints.
Linda is a self-taught artist and printmaker who has taught and demonstrated in West Lothian for many years.  Her interests are varied but she loves colour and pattern and this is reflected in all her work.

Facebook/lindalincoln

Lynsey Wilson. Photography.
I am a photographer and maker based in Port Seton. I graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 1997. I am represented in this exhibition by a series of abstract photographs of flowers and handmade reversible wrap dresses for girls.

Lucy Laidlaw. Mixed media handcrafted fairy characters.
Scottish Fairies are delightful individual characters beautifully handmade in Scotland by Lucy Laidlaw in more than 50 different characters. Choose from Scottish fairies & flower fairies to musical fairies and fairies with crystals.

www.scottishfairies.co.uk

Ricky Houston. Watercolour and Oil.
Ricky studied Claudia Petretti life classes and has exhibited in various group shows.
Working from life, landscapes and figure with an expressionist style, Edinburgh townscapes with vigorous marks in line and colour on medium, paper, and board.

Venue 7:

Cockenzie Old Parish Church Hall
44 High Street, Cockenzie EH32 0HN

Open: 11am to 5pm every day, except Sundays 2-5pm only

Showing: Boatie Blest Heritage Exhibition
Boatie Blest Heritage is an annual exhibition of the fishing and boatbuilding heritage of Cockenzie and Port Seton. The display includes an outstanding display of traditionally built model boats as well as associated artefacts, photographs and paintings.

Venue 8:

4 New Street, Cockenzie EH32 0HN
Open: 11am to 5pm, weekends only

Showing:
Ian Darling. Acrylic.
I am a local artist. I work predominantly in acrylics, using large blocks of colour to create a mood and then adding some detail in order to draw the viewer in, hopefully evoking a sense of enquiry and personal reflection about the scene.

Facebook/iandarling

Venue 9:

5 New Street, Cockenzie EH32 0HN
Open: 11am to 5pm everyday

Showing:
Alan Braby. Pen and Ink.
I am an archaeological Illustrator
based in Cockenzie.  My work is based on ancient artefacts and sculptures.  Recently, I have diversified into a more personal style of artwork. This primarily stems from a love of all things nautical.

Facebook/alanbrabyarchaeology

Venue 10:

Cockenzie Business Centre
Edinburgh Rd, Cockenzie EH32 0XL

Open: 11am to 5pm everyday

Showing:
Pat Turquand. Acrylic.
Living in Port Seton, I’m attracted by strong colour and enjoy painting in acrylics, which are so versatile as well as forgiving!

Len Cumming. Mosaic.
Retired and living in Edinburgh. My work is inspired by prehistoric art: pictish symbols from standing stones, cup and ring markings engraved on rock, cave paintings, celtic art and a fascination with standing stones.

Facebook/circlestonemosaics

D Stuart McCorkindale. Acrylic painting, pastel drawings.
After teaching art and media, with a short time in business, I’ve now retired. My aim is to develop my own painting and drawing.
The festival is a great event for everyone, art makers and the viewing public alike. Enjoy.

Edd Wellesley-Davies. Paint + Print.
Eddscape is an Edinburgh based artist with a contemporary striking style.
He uses both traditional and modern mediums, often combining them to create work with an original and unique look. His work features landscapes and urban scenes.

www.eddscape.info

Stained Glass Club
The Stained Glass Club meets weekly with membership now in excess of 54. This is not only due to the friendly and companionable atmosphere, but the freedom to express and produce many different styles of glass work.

Anne White. Watercolour, acrylic, oil originals and prints.
Self-taught, my paintings are based on photographs I have taken when observing nature, capturing the atmosphere of the moment. I am inspired by the power of the sea and by the sheer beauty created in changing light and mood.

Gladys Baillie. Oil.
I would describe myself as an amateur painter. My style is quite traditional and tight, my favourite medium is oil and I love using bright autumn colours. Wherever possible I will try to use contrast between light and dark.

Adele Gregory. Pencil.
My “pencil paintings” use a variety of techniques to re-create the dreamy, nostalgic feel of early 19th century photographs and etchings. This series explores the light and texture of rocks, sea and sand around the Forth at low tide.

www.adelegregory.com
Facebook/Adele-Gregory-Art

Andrew Connell. Mixed.
Recent pieces combine conventional materials in different ways as a response to the simple act of seeing and the awareness of Pareidolia as a source of inspiration in nature & commonplace surroundings.

Dylan Bell. Oil and acrylic on wood.
I enjoy focusing on the geometries of our urban coastline: its landmarks and registry points. I love the open spaces and experimenting with a graphic style.

www.bellsgalleries.com

James McCann. Acrylic on canvas.
James is a self-taught, Scottish artist working mainly with rural land-scapes with Munch influences.

Venue 11:

27 Winton Park, Cockenzie EH32 0JN
Open: 11am to 5pm everyday

Showing:
Robert McColl. Ink, acrylic, fine liners and oil paint.
Largely self-taught artist with an interest in the weird and macabre. Recently working with inks on prepared paper, and acrylic on textured canvas to create two series of works. Also showing one line observational and life drawings.

Facebook/bertimccollartsandcrafts

Venue 12:

Chalmers Memorial Church
Gosford Road, Port Seton EH32 0HG

Open: 11am to 5pm everyday

Showing:
Janet McCrorie. Mixed Media.
I paint Scottish dancers with a modern twist, using mixed media to capture the movement, the unique look of the tartan, and the vibrant colour. My aim is to invoke a sense of pride and  nostalgia in the viewer.

www.janetmccrorieartist.co.uk
Facebook/janetmccrorie

Jill MacLeod. Acrylics.
My paintings are mainly abstract interpretations of coastlines and landscapes of the Lothians and Fife. Graduating from ECA in 2011, I work from my studio in Stockbridge and have exhibited in galleries in Edinburgh and throughout Scotland.

www.jillmacleod.co.uk
Facebook/Jill.Macleod.Artist

Donna Ford. Mixed medium.
I paint and draw people. I’m inspired by people in my immediate environment, wherever that may be. Working people are inspirational because they are artisans of their craft.

www.donnamford.com

Kerry Henderson. Original, giclee prints and gift boxed mugs.
A local artist living in Prestonpans, who loves to paint local scenes and people going about their daily lives. Kerry welcomes you to come and view her work of framed originals, signed, limited edition giclee prints and printed gift boxed mugs.

www.artbykerry.weebly.com

Amanda Owenson. Watercolour, Ink.
Living in East Lothian, my work was always going to be influenced by my favourite places. However, I often
paint intuitively, and sometimes don’t know what will end up on my paper. I use mostly watercolour, but also like to use inks.

www.amandaowenson.simpl.com
Facebook/amandaowensonart

Rosemary Oberlander. Acrylics, pen and ink, mixed media.
I find the views of the sea, the sky and the coast particularly inspiring, as well as the natural forms of plants, whilst my architectural training means I also find inspiration in the built environment.

www.rosieo.weebly.com
Facebook/RosemaryOberlanderArt

Gillian Lee Smith. Oil and acrylic.
Portraits and landscapes in oils and acrylics. My work is all about connection between people, the communities they live in, and their impact and relationship to the landscape that surrounds them. Harbour towns and coastal communities.

www.gillianleesmithartist.com
Facebook/gillianleesmithartist

David Smith. Wood turning.
When I retired in 2011, I started learning how to turn wood. I work in my home workshop and enjoy making a variety of functional and decorative items in this diverse and fascinating medium. All items are for sale or commission.

Amy Hooton. Mixed media based mediums.
Beautiful, exciting paintings, a flurry of colourful abstracted art depicting Scottish landscapes, and your favourite animals rendered with vibrancy and character. Original paintings, giclée prints and cards by Scottish artist Amy Hooton.

www.amyhooton.com
Facebook/amyhootonart

Laura Rennie. Photography.
Laura Rennie Photography was established five years ago, the result of a passion for taking photographs as a hobby. I find enjoyment from capturing the beauty of landscapes and flowers and something quirky or off the wall.

laurarenniephotography.co.uk
Facebook/laurarenniephotography

Patricia Kane. Acrylic.
Paintings in acrylic with perhaps some mixed media thrown in.  Mostly still lifes or landscapes often tending towards the semi-abstract.

Venue 13:

The Harbour Gallery
9 Viewforth, Port Seton EH32 0DR

Open: 11am to 5pm everyday

Showing:
Port Seton Gallery. Mixed.
Port Seton Gallery has a wide range of works by local artist in oils, watercolours, lithographs, etchings and drawings. We are the main gallery in East Lothian who have works by John Bellany, the world renowned Port Seton born artist.

www.portsetongallery.co.uk

Venue 14:

Port Seton Community Centre
South Seton Park, Port Seton EH32 0BG

Open: 11am to 5pm everyday

Showing:
Painting and Drawing Class Exhibition.
A variety of paintings and drawings from the Adult Learning Painting & Drawing Class, as well as art from the various youth groups that run in the Port Seton Centre.

www.portsetoncentre.org.uk

Library, Port Seton Community Centre
South Seton Park, Port Seton EH32 0BG

Open: Sats 10am-1pm, Mon 2-5pm, Tues + Fri 10am-1pm, 2-5pm, Thurs 2-7.30pm

East Coast Harbours. Drawings.
View the drawings and history of the East Coast Harbours from St Andrews to Burnmouth.

The café will be open from 10am-2pm Monday to Friday.

www.portsetoncentre.org.uk