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The Laundry Gallery is delighted to be showing a collection of bowls and other decorative pieces by local woodturner Martin Kubes. Each piece is completely unique and celebrates the beauty of wood in all its imperfections. Each piece priced individually between £25 – £125
Botanicals was featured in the Homes and Interiors Scotland spring issue with Frances Ryan’s Flag Iris as our exhibition image. Homes and Interiors is Scotland’s leading design and lifestyle magazine and an essential title for anyone with an interest in what’s happening in the world of Scottish design and interiors.
Our new Botanicals show launched on Friday March 23rd with a wonderful preview evening in partnership with Byron’s Gin. Crafted at local Speyside Distillery, it’s the official gin of the Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland and comes in two expressions, Melancholy Thistle and Bird Cherry. The distillery’s artist in residence, Joanna McDonough, unveiled her […]
Our appropriately spring-like new show “Botanicals” opens to the public on Saturday 24th March, with a preview evening on Friday 23rd supported by locally crafted Byron’s Gin from Speyside Distillery. Bright and bold oils by Irish artist Frances Ryan, watercolours by Nicola Laura Adams, photography by Gabriela Silveira and screen prints by Joanna McDonough. On […]
We were delighted to be featured in the February issue of The Scots Magazine, the world’s oldest magazine still in publication. As part of a nine-page feature on Aviemore and the Cairngorms, the gallery was given a fantastic write up with some wonderful shots of our launch exhibition.
Our Launch Exhibition opened with a very enjoyable Private View on December 7th. We were joined by friends, family, supporters and art lovers for what was a wonderful evening, despite a badly-timed snowstorm across the Strath! (Photo: Paul Masson).
Our next exhibition will be opening in February with a Private View on Friday 2nd. Botanical photography by Gabriela Silveira, plus boldly coloured landscapes by Yorkshire-based Sam Martin.