Eleven41 Gallery, Kingussie

Eleven41 Gallery

A photographic gallery dedicated to adventure, those devoted to it, and those who are looking for it.

Photography exhibited in Eleven41 Gallery celebrates the Scottish mountains and landscape, with occasional collections from around the globe. Curated by Ed Smith BA(Hons) ARPS, photography on display is of the highest professional standards - often displaying award winning and shortlisted work from national and international photography competitions.

Images are available for sale from cards and small mounted prints to large framed archival prints.

Eleven41 Gallery is named after the 1141m Cairn often used for navigation by those exploring the northern Cairngorms; a point where adventures onto the Cairngorm plateau truly begin, looking into the wilderness beyond.

Refitted from the old Kingussie Co-op, Eleven41 Gallery also plays a crucial role of regeneration on Kingussie High Street.

Open Monday – Fri: 10am – 5pm, Saturdays 10am – 1:30pm. Disabled access.

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35 High Street
PH21 1HX

Phone : 01540661792

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Carrbridge Artists' Studio & Gallery, Carrbridge

Carrbridge Artists' Studio & Gallery

On the Main Street in Carrbridge, you will find the Carrbridge Artists Studio & Gallery, a family business, displaying artworks produced by Artist Jeff Buttress and Ceramic Artists and Sculptresses Alice & Amy Buttress. The wide selection of works they produce includes original paintings, prints and cards, Studio Pottery, Ceramic Sculptures, Porcelain & Dichroic Glass Jewellery and Chainsaw Carvings.

Jeff specialises in depicting the mountains, lochs, countryside and wildlife of the Scottish Highlands in Watercolour, Oils and Pastels and wonderful framed ceramics landscapes.

Alice's work, encompassing functional and decorative pieces, is handthrown, handbuilt or sculpted in stoneware and porcelain. She has also made a name for herself as a Chainsaw Carver, competing in the annual Carve Carrbridge Chainsaw Sculpting Competition - there is usually a selection of carvings for sale at the Gallery.

Amy, having worked with clay from an early age, has continued to produce unique and unusual works of art. Her 'Raku' ceramics explore the unique effects of smoke, fire and water on the clay body and glaze, to produce exciting texture and colour combinations. She also makes a very popular range of Dichroic Glass Jewellery.

The Gallery is open all year but hours may vary.
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Carrbridge Studio
PH23 3AN

Phone : 01479 841328

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The Lost Gallery, Strathdon

The Lost Gallery

The Lost Gallery is set deep in the Beguiling tranquility of Glen Nochty, a delightful drive through the woodland that surrounds Upper Donside. The gallery is housed in a 19th century farmhouse that crouches low in the side of Moss Hill, one of the gentler sisters of the Cairngorms.

The guiding policy of the Lost Gallery is simply stated: it is to show works by Scottish modern artists who most excite the owners, artist Peter Goodfellow and his wife Jean.

Today, the Lost Gallery is one one of the most interesting and unusual venues in Scotland, with an exciting eclectic selection of paintings, sculpture and photography.

The Gallery is open 6 days a week from 11am - 5pm. Closed Tuesdays

Other times by appointment

One word of warning - check the weather conditions before starting out in the winter months.
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AB36 8UJ

Phone : 019756 51287

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Chapel House Arts, Kingussie

Chapel House Arts

Chapel House Arts is a new arts complex featuring a Fine Art gallery and working studios for David Fallows (Spirit of the Cairngorms) and Anne Bridgen's fused glass work (Fused and Light). We plan to hold a series of art and craft workshops too focussing particularly on glass work but encompassing all disciplines.

We will host changing exhibitions every two months or so, with a mix of local artists and those from further afield. Anne has particular interest in landscape and mountain art and also Christian art so there will be quite a variety during the year! We also exhibit a range of locally produced craft work including jewellery, ceramics, Harris tweed and wood.

The gallery name reverts to an old name for the building when it was associated with the Catholic church in Kingussie. But many of you will know the building better as the former planning office!

Monday – Saturdays 10 - 4.30 pm in summer/ when hosting exhibitions, reduced hours in winter (please check website www.chapelhousearts.co.uk). Disabled access.
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100 High Street
PH21 1HY

Phone : 01540 662438 or 07921 729249

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Tomintoul Gallery, Tomintoul

Tomintoul Gallery

Bill and Jane Lannagan opened their Gallery by the Square in Tomintoul in December 2003. The quaint little building was built in the 19th century and has been a cobbler's shop, restaurant and a woodcarver's shop. Renovated by Bill, a former Chartered Surveyor, it has a delightful airy Gallery area showing traditional, contemporary and Jane's batik fine art paintings, glazed tiles and art and crafts of other local artists.

Jane, who can be seen most days working in the Gallery was influenced by her father Tom Guise, a prolific painter himself- she started developing her own batik method when she moved to this area in the late 70's and has drawn her inspiration from the hues and textures of the Scottish Highlands. Jane's technique is not entirely a traditional one, but still involves the use of a resist, which can be either wax or gutta. She mostly works on cotton and uses heat fix dyes. For more information on her methods contact her direct or look at her website.

Bill carries out bespoke picture framing in the Gallery and specialises in hand painted wooden frames. At home he has a workshop where fine art scanning and giclee printing to A1 size, hot press dry mounting are available.

We’re open Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 5:00 pm
Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5:00 pm
Sunday, 11 a.m. – 5:00 pm
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82 Main Street
AB37 9HA

Phone : 01807 580458

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