Kilmorack Gallery is one of the foremost commercial art galleries in Scotland. It was founded twenty-four years ago (in 1997) by Tony Davidson 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 24 years we've had many unrepeatable exhibitions: 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.'  'Art and the Sea' and  'Love Letter to Europe.' 

This year we have a programme of exhibitions and new work by some great artists. It would be wonderful to see you if you make it - if not we put all work onto this website. 

Please contact the gallery if you wish to be kept up-to-date with the gallery our changing shows, and we will put you on our mailing lists.

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