Angus Grant Art

Paddling, Painting, Printing


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Keep on trucking

My craft fair season starts next month with Truck In2 Grantown.

There’s going to be more than a hundred lorries taking part in this charity event, which is taking place for the first time on Saturday May 12. The day kicks off with a massive convoy down the High Street, followed by a big display at the showfield. There will be trade stalls and entertainment, including an aftershow dance.

The whole thing is to support Friends of the Neuro Ward at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.

As well as this, I’ve been adding more events to the summer schedule: you can see the full calendar on my Events page.

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The base of an Angus Grant Art mug


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Craft fairs for 2018 (part 1)

This year is set to be another busy one, though my events will be a bit closer to home than last year.

I’m still in the process of confirming other events, but so far I can reveal I’ll be joining Exclusively Highlands again for a series of craft fairs:

  • July 14 & 15 – Eden Court Theatre, Inverness
  • July 21 – Inverness Highland Games
  • August 3 & 4 – Moy Games Fair
  • November 16-18 – Eden Court Theatre, Inverness
  • December 7-9 – Eden Court Theatre, Inverness

There’ll also be a summer exhibition at Logie Steading, near Forres. More information about that in the next few months.

 

 


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All aboard

I’ve added two new pine prints to the collection – Broomhill and Old Spey Bridge.

Anyone who has travelled between Aviemore and Grantown will know the billowing steam and the sound of the whistle of the Strathspey Railway engine as it takes passengers to Broomhill, near Nethy Bridge. I think it’s fitting that a series of paintings that has been inspired by old railway posters should have a railway image among them.

And the second is a bit closer to home – the Old Spey Bridge, a place full of childhood memories and loved by so many locals.

You can buy the two new prints – and the rest of the range at my online shop.

Or if you like to buy your pictures with a slice of cake, pop along to the 1896 Gallery & Coffee Shop in Boat of Garten where they are now on sale.

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Bullfinch chunky mug by Angus Grant Art


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Lovebirds

Introducing some new additions to my range of Chunky Mugs!

They feature some of my favourite Scottish birds: puffin, osprey, crossbill and bullfinch.

You can see them all on my online shop. And to celebrate the new products, I’ve got a special offer in the run-up to St Valentine’s Day.

Buy any two Chunky Mugs for just £20 – just type the code LOVEBIRDS in at checkout to take advantage. Discount ends on February 14.

Puffin chunky mug by Angus Grant Art

Puffin chunky mug by Angus Grant Art

Osprey Chunky Mug by Angus Grant Art

Osprey chunky mug by Angus Grant Art

Crossbill chunky mug by Angus Grant Art

Crossbill chunky mug by Angus Grant Art

Bullfinch chunky mug by Angus Grant Art

Bullfinch chunky mug by Angus Grant Art

Avielochan by Angus Grant Art, Cairngorms National Park


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Colourful Cairngorms 

Newly added to my online shop – paintings from the series inspired by vintage railway posters. Now it’s easy to have a look at the work and buy online (with free shipping!).

Working on getting other galleries sorted, including some fishy pictures.

Castle Fraser craft fair


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Castle Fraser. Five floors of crafty goodness.

Just set up for the first time at Castle Fraser. Open 24 and 25 November from 10am-4pm. It is a wonderful fair in a stunning venue, with such a lot of good stuff for sale.

If you’re through this way it’s well worth a visit.

 

 

 

Blue and Gold by Angus Grant


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Strathpeffer and beyond!

It’s always a pleasure to get the chance to exhibit paintings further afield so I’m delighted that some of my fishy paintings will be at the annual Strathpeffer Art Fair.

The show started today (Thursday November 23) and runs until Sunday. This is a huge exhibition and sale taking place at the village’s lovely Victorian pavilion. It’s my second year taking part alongside scores of Highland artists and I can thoroughly recommend it for a visit.

Opening hours are:
Friday 24th Nov – 10am-8pm
Saturday 25th Nov – 10am-6pm
Sunday 26th Nov – 10am-2pm

 

And because your Christmas shopping missions continue for a few more weeks, I’ll be at Castle Fraser, Inverurie, on Saturday and Sunday with the Exclusively Highlands event. More information here.

And for good measure, I’ll also be represented at a wee fair closer to home, at The Pagoda in Grantown. This event runs on Sunday only, 10am-2pm. Got a wee helper going along!