Patients, staff and visitors at Whitehills Health & Community Care Centre in Forfar can enjoy a new art exhibition.
Running until the end of October, the exhibition features work by artist David Ogilvy.
Speaking about his work, David said, “I studied Building and Surveying at Bell Street College of Technology in Dundee, becoming an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Building, and my working life was spent in the NHS Building Services Agency in Dundee and in the Architect’s Department of Tayside Health Board.
“I attended art classes in landscape, portrait and general art at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and took part in a summer course with McIntosh Patrick. Over the years, I have exhibited in exhibitions in Kirriemuir, Dundee and in the Meffan Institute in Forfar, and on several occasions in the Royal Scottish Academy of Art in Edinburgh. I hope visitors enjoy my collection and I welcome any comments.”
Situated in the main corridor of the building, the gallery is open to the public daily from 9am until 7pm. All works are for sale with 20% commission on sales being donated to Whitehills.
The gallery has provided space for many local artists to show their work and the public are invited to pop in and view this new exhibition.