Images from the Maclaurin Collection - art from the 20th and 21st century
Set within the magnificent grounds of Rozelle Park, the Maclaurin Art Gallery offers a rare chance to enjoy a wide range of works from local, national and internationally acclaimed artists.
The impressive mansion house, built in 1760 in the style of Robert Adam was gifted to the Royal Burgh of Ayr in 1968.
A generous bequest of funds from the late Mrs Mary Maclaurin enabled the conversion of the coach house and stables into an art gallery in 1976 and the ongoing acquisition of a unique collection of contemporary 20th and 21st century art.
The Gallery has full disabled access, from a clearly marked parking space right outside the entrance arch, to smooth access to all five galleries, either across the courtyard or through the galleries themselves to the Tearoom and disabled toilet. If needed we also have a wheelchair which a member of staff will be pleased to get for you.
Visitors to the Gallery can also enjoy the collections held within Rozelle House.
One hundred years since the death of James Henry Maclaurin in 1919 we celebrate the generous bequest made by his widow Mrs Mary Maclaurin to fund an art gallery and collection in his name - THE MACLAURIN GALLERY
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Mrs Mary E Maclaurin's Trust is a Registered Scottish Charity Number SCO12798