Seashore Gallery  is  located in the small fishing village of Cockenzie & Port Seton, home of world renown artist John Bellany.  In 2012 Nicole Kidman and Colin Firth visited Marshall Street to film, outside Seashore Gallery, the film Railwayman.  Whilst a few miles away Stephen Fry and Douglas Henshall were filming Open Doors in Garvald, Cove and Edinburgh. 

Why not visit East Lothian and  the beautiful villages and art galleries we have and while you are here pop into Cockenzie & Port Seton's Seashore Gallery where you will find a wide selection of local artists and makers work from Ronnie Fulton's quirky ceramic fishing pieces to Ritchie Collins's prints, paintings and coasters. The gallery hosts a collection of Jolomo, George Birrell  and Sara Mead prints along with a variety of jewellery, cards and paintings. The gallery also has changing exhibitions of local guest artist's work which keeps the gallery fresh and interesting.

 The gallery is owned and ran by glass artist and painter Fiona Crombie.  Fiona works in  Stained & Fused glass and exhibits and sells her work through the gallery.

Fiona learn't  the technique of lamp worked glass from Ed Iglehart who was senior lecturer in glass at Sunderland polytechnic. She was then invited to join British Artists in Glass where she developed her skills in Stained Glass at Edinburgh Art College and latterly in Fused Glass.  Purchasing a kiln has allowed Fiona to create unique pieces of glass work as well as giving her the opportunity to expand her teaching to incorporate Fused Glass Workshops.

'I am happy to accept commissions and repairs.  My work is varied and creative, from traditional to contemporary pieces made in copper foil and in lead. Having the opportunity to work in Fused Glass means that no two pieces are ever the same making them unique and special.'

Fiona also paints and is inspired by the effects the changing seasons have on the sea. She observes and sketches the ever changing light  and the intensity of colour that can be seen.  Fiona’s work reflects this. Her pastels are calming and reflective whilst her oils are vibrant and bold. 'My work is influenced by the sea around me. Living in the small fishing village of Cockenzie on the Firth of Forth I am lucky enough to have the sea on my door step'.

Fiona  teaches a variety of adult & children's classes & workshops  


Fishing Boat   Ronnie Fulton Reflections   Fiona Crombie Catch of the Day   Ronnie Fulton


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