Exhibitions Programme 2019
It is always advisable to check if the gallery is open to the public before making your journey to the exhibition.
Tel: 01343 562600
|26 January – 23 March||Lifting the Lid - a touring display from the National Library of Scotland that tells the story of the development of the Scots diet over the past 400 years.
It is part of a Scotland-wide tour that aims to introduce the National Library’s collections to people across the country, close to where they live.
|13 April - 3 May||Simmill Adult Art Class - A selection of students’ work - drawings and paintings. Exploring working in a variety of art media.|
|18 – 31 May||The Birdhouse Collective - A group of creatives who share a goal to explore the creative possibilities of photography and storytelling from new perspectives, unrestrained by technology and current fashion they choose to experiment with both digital, analogue and camera-less techniques.|
|15 June - 28 June||Sherin Elhegazi, Sue Sabro & Teresa Hurley – SYNERGY – A vibrant, eclectic mix of colour, drama and sensitivity synthesise to showcase three individual painting styles.|
|13 - 26 July||Michael Kitchen – An accomplished Scottish artist and highly respected tutor. Currently living near Banff and for seventeen years owned a gallery and studio from where he ran painting courses. Painting mainly Scottish landscapes and portraits in oils or pastels the challenge is to capture the very essence of the scene or character of his client.|
|10 - 23 August||Alanda Calmus - A collection of paintings made using primarily coffee, tea and red wine.|
|31 August – 27 September||
Jim Robertson – The landscape photography of Lossiemouth based Jim Robertson, well-known for his dramatic seascapes.
**Please note there will be limited access to the gallery during the Book Festival, 17-21 September.**
|5 - 18 October||Caroline Simmill & Tamsin Morrison - Scottish Highland Landscapes - An exhibition of paintings by two full-time artists, both of whom, share an appreciation for the landscapes of the Highlands and Islands. Their works are expressive and atmospheric and allude to the romantic notions for paintings from the past.|
|2 - 15 November||Ania Gutek – An exhibition of hyperrealism portraits of people who changed Ania’s view of human nature. All portraits are made in pencil and charcoal.|
|23 November - 13 December||Moray Camera Club - The Annual Exhibition gives all members of Moray Camera Club the opportunity to display their work for members of the public to see. As always there will be a wide variety of subject matter with many items being available to purchase. Members are encouraged to present their work in different ways, from the more traditionally mounted and framed prints, to those displayed on canvas or acrylic panels.|