Vibrant, expressive colour is one of the hallmarks of Scottish art.

This exhibition on the theme of colour, features work by four Scottish artists, Judith Bridgland, Pam Carter, Joe Hargan DA PAI PPAI and Peter King.

Judith Bridgland is one of the UK's most well-known contemporary painters. She is widely collected, and her work is appreciated for powerful vigorous use of paint, sophisticated compositions.

Pam Carter, also mainly a landscape painter, has developed her own, very successful, take on the West Coast tradition of colour.

Joe Hargan's paintings are immediately recognisable and follow the rich tradition of vibrant, bold colourist Scottish paintings. The renowned character 'Sniffy' have featured in many of his paintings and are now collected by art lovers worldwide.

Peter King has created a distinctive style of painting, both still-life and landscape. Peter's inspiration often stems from the seasonal effects of nature on the surrounding environment. Colour and the tactile qualities of paint are essential to his painting style; the marks, free paint and the textured shapes become field, wood and sky.

A powerful exhibition full of strong colour, drama and light.