Virtual Exhibition @ Attadale Gardens

This Spring, we planned to have a special exhibition in Attadale Gardens but of course like so many other events, the Coronavirus crisis put an end to our plans. There is no substitute for real life but we thought it would be good to take you to the “virtual exhibition” in a video.  Hope youContinue reading “Virtual Exhibition @ Attadale Gardens”

Meet The Author

The Lochcarron Gallery was transformed into a “literary salon” for a couple of hours on September 2nd when Graeme Macrae Burnet was our guest, reading from his Man Booker long-listed novel His Bloody Project and answering questions from local writer Peter Barr and members of the audience. Introducing Graeme at the Gallery’s first “meet-the-author” session,Continue reading “Meet The Author”

Crime story with local twist

Since coming to Lochcarron as a child to visit his grandparents, writer Graeme Macrae Burnet has always loved the area, and now he has written a novel inspired by its history, landscape and people – recently long-listed for the UK’s most prestigious literary award, the Man Booker prize, joining Nobel prize winner JM Coetzee andContinue reading “Crime story with local twist”

From all over Scotland…

Some of Scotland’s finest artists and makers will be showing their work at the new Lochcarron Gallery.  Taking pride of place will be original paintings by Jonathan Shearer (who lives in Easter Ross), etchings by Cat Outram (Edinburgh), silk windings and silver spoons by Helena Emmans (Skye), paintings by Jenny Hepburn (Inverness), mezzotints by RonaContinue reading “From all over Scotland…”

The art of partnership

The three local artists running the new Lochcarron Gallery will be highlighting work from all over the country, including Wester Ross, but they will also be displaying a selection of their own paintings, etchings, linocuts, mosaics and hand-made wool rugs. Aileen Grant Aileen’s work focuses on the landscape and natural forms. She likes to exploreContinue reading “The art of partnership”

Our first exhibition

The opening exhibition at the new Lochcarron Gallery will include paintings, etchings, mezzotints, textile art, ceramics, silverwork, sculpture and craftwork, created by the three gallery partners and special guests. Helena Emmans will be showing off her silk windings and spoons, and there will be original paintings by Jonathan Shearer, etchings by Cat Outram, mezzotints byContinue reading “Our first exhibition”