Galleries - March 2015

MAP 1 UK SCOTLAND A 9 A 8 3 5 A 9 A 9 0 M 7 4 ( M M 8 ABERFELDY STIRLING JEDBURGH DUMFRIES STONEHAVEN CRIEFF ULLAPOOL THURSO DUNOON BERWICK ISLEOFSKYE AYR BROUGHTON ISLEOFARRAN N.BERWICK FORTWILLIAM KILMORACK OBAN STANDREW'S FORFAR BALLATER STRATHDON FINDHORN ISLEOFLEWIS NESS PITTENWEEM GL OW ASG PERTH H EDINBURG DUNDEE INVERNESS ABERDEEN NEWCASTLE a g h c b d f e TIGHNABRUAICH WESTERN ISLES a IN HOUSE GALLERY 39 South Dell, Isle of Lewis, HS2 0SP t 01851 810170 m 07748 531595 INVERNESS-SHIRE b KILMORACK GALLERY By Beauly, Inverness-shire IV4 7AL t 01463 783230 ABERDEENSHIRE c THE LOST GALLERY Strathdon, Aberdeenshire AB36 8UJ t 019756 51287 ARGYLL & BUTE d CAOL RUADH SCULPTURE PARK Colintraive (Kyles of Bute), Argyll PA22 3AR Caol Ruadh SculpturePark will beshowing at 12 GALLERIES MARCH 2015 Parallax Art Fair , Chelsea Old Town Hall, King’s Road, SW3 5EE. Feb 28–Mar 1. Sculpture Park opens May 23. Thu–Sun 11–6, Wed by appt t 01700 841357 e JUNO DESIGN GALLERY 159 Argyll Street, Dunoon, PA23 7DD Mixed Exhibitions by Contemporary Artists: Deborah Phillips, Brian Phillips, Glen Craig, Colin Ian Christie, Bob Brown, Kevin Hunter, Morag Lloyds, Elizabeth Bruce, Julia Christie, Cath Waters and Anne McKay. Also on show Contemporary Textiles, Jewellery, Ceramics and Design-led Gifts. Visit our website for Exhibition details. Mon–Sat 10–5 t 01369 707767 f RESIPOLE STUDIOS Acharacle, Argyll, PH36 4HX t 01967 431506 g TIGHNABRUAICH GALLERY Seaside House, Tighnabruaich, Argyll PA21 2DR t 01700 811681 EAST LOTHIAN h FIDRA FINE ART 45 Dirleton Avenue, North Berwick, East Lothian EH39 4BL Drawing: Collectable drawings from Scottish artists past and present. Until Mar 22. Including Bellany, McBey, Conroy, William Gallacher, Graeme Wilcox, Simon Laurie and many more. Open 12–5 Sat/Sun, appointments welcome at any other time t 01620 895057 Stuart Morris ‘Circles of Being 2’ Though based in Suffolk, painter, printmaker and environmental artist Stuart Morris’s approach to his art really has very little to do with that landscape, other than as an occasional backdrop for his wide range of vividly coloured natural and sculptural forms – totem poles, stones, rocks and trees – which, in turn, form the subject matter of the photo pieces that he makes from these otherwise ephemeral objects. Other landscapes, notably the wild and barren beaches of Barra in the Outer Hebrides and the remoter Greek Islands serve the same purpose, Morris’s search always for a means of going beyond the conventional notions of landscape. Whether it is in his totem poles, photo-works or paintings it makes his show at La Galleria this month a rich and vivid experience. NU THUMB nails