Kilmorack Gallery is one of the foremost commercial art galleries in Scotland. We opened twenty years ago (in 1997) reusing the old parish church outside Beauly to exhibit some of the most interesting and collectable artists in Scotland. The building had laid empty for twenty-five years. Today, inside there is a unique and spiritual blend of the old building married with the work of some of Scotland’s finest artists.
Over the last 20 years we’ve had many unrepeatable exhibition: Gerald Laing’s 16’ high Anna Karina (1964) along with his weighty Hamburg Triptych; Helen Denerley’s pivotal wolf pack at the same time as James Hawkins’ first large Triptych, and Peter White’s large paintings of heads, shown together with Lotte Glob’s books. We have had exhibition on ‘Art and the Word,’ the ‘Art of Humour’ and ‘Art and the Sea’. These were all significant and unrepeatable exhibitions.
This year (2017) we have exhibitions of work by Allan MacDonald, Colin Brown, Robert McAulay, Annette Edgar, Ann Wegmuller, Sam Cartman, Alan Macdonald, Kirstie Cohen, Eoghan Bridge, Shona Barr, James Newton Adams, Mark Edwards, Lotte Glob and Gail Harvey. We also have a two person show which includes painting by Peter White and sculpture by Helen Denerley.
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HistoryA History of the Old Kilmorack Church The use of the old Beauly parish church as a commercial art gallery is often cited as one of the best examples of the reuse of a redundant church. Most...
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Tony DavidsonGallery Director
Gallery Photos1997 - 2017