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artisan crafts, hand forged metalwork and fine art

open 6 days a week to the end of august, 10am-4pm (closed Mondays)


Come and visit us

We are based on the edge of the village of Drummore in southern Scotland.

We are open 6 days a week throughout August 2020, closed on Mondays.

From April to October, our normal opening hours are Thursdays to Sundays, from 10.00am to 4.00pm.

Come along and browse our collection of fine art, prints, cards, hand bound books and hand dyed textiles as well as metal hardware from the forge.

Blacksmithing demonstrations will take place most Sundays.

What you will find at Fine View Arts

Visit the forge for traditional and contemporary metalwork

Hand dyed yarn for knitting and crochet, felting fibre and silk scarves

Abstract and landscape fine art, prints and greeting cards

Fine View was the former village blacksmith’s and contained the old forge and many tools when we moved here in 2018.  Adrian was fascinated and it inspired him to give blacksmithing a go.

He discovered both a passion and an aptitude for forging metal and made a decision to bring a working forge back to Drummore.

Still very much at the start of his journey, he is now practising his skills on a small portable forge (sadly the old one is too dilapidated to use safely).

Come along and watch him at work where he will be happy to chat about his work and process.


We open from Easter (Good Friday) to the end of October, four days a week, Thursdays to Sundays.  Exceptions are where one or both of us are attending local events.

regular Opening Hours

Mon By arrangement
Tue By arrangement
Wed By arrangement
Thurs 10.00am – 4.00pm
Fri 10.00am – 4.00pm
Sat 10.00am – 4.00pm
Sun 10.00am – 4.00pm

Spring Fling Open Studios – rescheduled dates

10th – 12th October 2020

Spring Fling is a regional Open Studios event that normally takes place at the end of May.  Obviously, it could not take place this year, but the organisers are planning a combined virtual/real event over the week beginning 5th October with studios throughout the region welcoming in visitors for the weekend of 10th-12th October.

Mondays to Wednesdays are our main production and teaching days, so we don’t advertise as being open, but we are often here so you can usually still visit.  You just need to give us a quick call or message us on Facebook to arrange it.

You can call us on 01776 840656 or visit our Facebook page.

How to find us

We are just on the edge of Drummore village, on the road up to Kirkmaiden church.

Follow the main road into the village and at the T-junction turn right onto Mill Street.  Pass the Village Store on your left, then at the top of Mill Street, turn right. (The Mull of Galloway is signed to the left.)

We are the white house just a few hundred yards up the road, look out for our signage and pull into the courtyard to park.

We’ll get the kettle on …

Glenda is an artist inspired by the colours of the landscape and the unique light that comes with living on a peninsula surrounded by water.

As well as painting, Glenda runs a dyeing business called Quirky Paintbrush, dyeing yarn for knitters, fibre for felters and spinners as well as silk scarves and occasionally t-shirts.

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