The Leith Gallery

The Leith Gallery The Leith Gallery is an award-winning Scottish art gallery specialising in Scottish contemporary art

Established in 1995 and winner of the Fine Art Trade Guild Award for Excellence in Art Retailing, the gallery represents many of Scotland’s established artists and its reputation extends to the discovery of exciting new talents. The gallery showcases a diverse collection of Scottish contemporary art from paintings and drawings to sculpture, glassware, jewellery and ceramics. Both within and outwit

h the UK, Scottish art is increasingly recognised as being outstanding. The gallery offers a wide range of services to its private and corporate clients including art sourcing and consultancy, art leasing, private viewings and commissions. Here, at The Leith Gallery, we hope we can find Scottish artists whose work will complement your collection or perhaps even start it. OUR SERVICES

The Leith Gallery offers a wide range of services to its private and corporate clients including art sourcing, art consultancy, art leasing, private viewings and commissions. For more information on our services visit:


The Leith Gallery is a registered member and licensed broker of the Scottish Arts Council ‘s Own Art Loan Scheme. Own Art makes buying art easy and affordable by letting you spread the cost of your purchase over 10 months with an interest free loan, allowing you to start a collection of your own from as little as £10 per month*. You can view and buy art online, visit the gallery during its opening hours or arrange a private viewing by appointment. If you are visiting the UK from abroad and are interested in Scottish art then please contact us in advance and we can arrange to have a selection of work by your preferred artists ready for you to view. To view our current exhibition and works available for sale visit:


The gallery also sells gift and wedding vouchers which can be used to purchase Scottish art. Whether it is for a birthday, anniversary, christening, graduation, wedding or any other occasion, art vouchers make the perfect gift solution.


View our artist spotlight on Scottish jewellery and silverware designer Penny Gildea. Her fantastic collection of enamelled silver is currently on exhibition at The Leith Gallery until 30 June 2012. Pop into the gallery in Leith or visit


02-30 JUNE 2012 (Now available to view online)

David Farren, one of Scotland's leading townscape artists, returns to the gallery with a solo exhibition featuring two of his favourite cities. He captures the excitement and buzz of New York and the quiet dignity and beauty of Edinburgh. Joining Farren are two other artists also returning with solo exhibitions - silversmith and jeweller, Penny Gildea and ceramicist Malcolm Dobson.


New Exhibition: Spring into Summer 05 - 26 May 2012 - now available to view online. A wide variety of Scottish contemporary art from over 25 artists including well-established Scottish artists such as Annette Edgar, Alan King, Peter King and Louis Sinclair McNally, to newcomers such as Gary Brander and Dominika Majowicz.

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Our new website is now live - you can now buy art online at The Leith Gallery with Own Art and spread the cost over 10 monthly instalments - interest free. Terms & Conditions Apply.

Award-winning Scottish art gallery in Edinburgh, Scotland, showcasing the best in Scottish contemporary art including paintings, drawings, sculpture, glassware, jewellery and ceramics.


65 The Shore

Opening Hours

Monday 11am - 5pm
Tuesday 11am - 5pm
Wednesday 11am - 5pm
Thursday 11am - 5pm
Friday 11am - 5pm
Saturday 11am - 4pm


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Hello - I am trying to find the lady who used to run the gallery - and/or the artist Kate Hughes who (at least) once exhibited. I hope someone out there can help! Pat