Passions and Peonies

Stirling – based artist Greer Ralston returns to the Smith with a stunning exhibition of new, elegiac work, giving a whole new meaning to flower painting. Passionate about peonies, she has sought the finest blooms from specialist growers to immortalise on canvas, and is fast becoming Scotland’s Georgia O’Keeffe.

Greer is already well known for her work in figure, animal and equestrian painting. Her work can be seen at Ralston Fine Art but to experience her new work, a visit to Passion and Peonies is essential.

Art works are available for purchase.


Smith Art Gallery & Museum

The Stirling Smith opened in 1874, our founder Thomas Stuart Smith, bequest the Smith Institute as a place of learning and a home to his European art collection.

Today the renamed Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum, still shares its parrions for art but also tells the story of the area and the lives of the people who lived in it.

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