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Paisley Laigh Kirk/Arts Centre
The Laigh Kirk was founded in 1738 in the original Burgh of Paisley, Scotland.

Paisley had decided as early as 1730 that there was a great need for a Church within the bounds of the Burgh of Paisley. However, it was not until 1736 that the start was made to build the Low (Laigh) Kirk. This was completed in 1738. The original building still stands and is now the Paisley Arts Centre.

The first minister of this new Church was the Rev. Robert Mitchell. From 1756 the Minister of the Paisley Laigh Kirk was the Rev John Witherspoon and in 1766 Princeton University in America invited him to become the President of the University.

Witherspoon would go on to be a pivotal figure in the formation United States of America, as a signatory of the United States Declaration of Independence as a representative of New Jersey.

 
 
   
   
 
Welcome to G. Byars Art & Design Studio and The Sunshine Gallery  

Now going into its 8th year, the Sunshine Gallery at the Paisley Shopping Centre Market, exhibits a wide diversity of talents and skills from Renfrewshire artists, selling original artwork and limited prints. Please purchase online, with our new paypal shopping cart

 
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Original Handpainted Pop Art Graphics: -
Made to order
 
 
 
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Various Renfrewshire Artists
 
     
 
     
     
 
Web site design and application by G. Byars