Thursday, 27 November 2014

Tour through the Gallery

Here is a quick look through the gallery one quiet morning during Katherine Steeds' exhibition •Kuaka• The Godwit.

The entrance is to the right up the front steps.
(Unfortunately no ramp access yet, but it is planned to be constructed this summer.)

A summer leafy view of the front of Cottleston
First we visit the entrance room.

Then through into the main room.

Relax on the couch in the morning sunshine

The Triptych "Saemangeum"

The inglenook and the wood-burner.

Through the double doors (above) is a small study room with prints to browse on the desk, and two paintings on the walls:
Study desk with prints for sale

Back into the lounge and through the single lead-light door and right to the blue room:

Going back again, the front door (emergency exit) completes the five matching lead-light doors that date back to the Art Nouveau movement.

 … and back through to the entrance room.

There are also two more rooms that were not used for this exhibition.

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