Submissions are invited for the new summer exhibition at the Torridon Centre entitled “Night & Day”. To submit your work for inclusion in the exhibition please complete the submission form below and return to the Manager by 16 April 2018
Previous Exhibitions at the Loch Torridon Centre Gallery.
Click on the links below to read more:
Autumn Exhibition 2015 ‘Out There in Torridon’ 1st – 31st October 2015
Summer Exhibition 2015 – 4th May to 31st July – “In a New Light” featuring various local artists and craft workers
Spring / Summer Exhibition 2013 – ‘A Time in Nature’
Summer Exhibition 2012
This month the Gallery turns its spotlight on Bruce Blaxter.
Bruce has been exhibiting at the Gallery since it opened 2011. His silver jewellery is on permanent display and includes his ‘Sea Charms’ silver necklaces and earrings. He was interviewed recently in the November issue of the Gallery Newsletter and told us about his inspiration for designs and how he creates the delicate pieces of silver work.
To read the full interview click on the link below.
29th September to 31st October 2014
(10am – 4pm daily, closed Sundays)
The Centre is hosting a display of photography
by Eoghain Maclean called
‘Wester Ross Wildlife’.
Eoghain was recently interviewed in the Gallery Newsletter.
To read the interview and find out more about Eoghain click on the link below:
8th August to the 18th September 2014
(10am – 4pm daily, closed Sundays)
The Centre is hosting a display of photographs
of the old sea wall at Alligin
by Steve Schnabel
“I see this very much a project in progress and I hope to work backwards and try and piece together the history of the wall (and the harbour it created).”
If anyone has any knowledge of, anecdotes about or pictures of the old harbour in Inveralligin, Steve would love to hear from you – please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve’s website can be found at www.steveschnabel.com
You can read more about Steve and his project in an interview published in the
Local artist Lisa O’Brien is currently running her studio from the Loch Torridon Community Centre. Visitors are welcome to look around and see her work in progress.
Lisa grew up in Sheffield and is now based on the West Coast of Scotland. She has always been open to working with various media and her practice over the years has encompassed performance, composition, video, sound, installation and more recently drawing and painting. She uses the media she finds most appropriate to the situation and the ideas she is exploring. Her work has been influenced by living in North West Scotland for the last 10 years and is often linked to the environment and weather conditions.
At the Centre, Lisa is exhibiting some of her drawing, painting and prints that she has worked on over the last couple of years. There are two sides to her work, one being more commercial and encompassing commissions, prints and cards focused on the local landscape and you can see this work in the studio. Alongside this she has continued to develop images using video stills, sound and exploring the idea of memory.
In August she will be taking part in “Remote Performances” at Outlandia - an artist’s field station in Glen Nevis. Lisa will make field recordings of perceived silence in the rural setting and she will continue her exploration of developing a graphic notation to record nothingness, or what we think of as silence.
You can find out more about Lisa and her work from her website http://www.lisaobrien.co.uk/
October sees the launch of the
‘Out There in Torridon’
Autumn exhibition which will run from
1st – 31st October 2014
Open daily from Monday to Saturday 10am to 4pm,
Entry to the exhibition is free.
Organisers Les and Sheila Bates, have this message about the exhibition,
“It can be a challenge to title an exhibition that holds appeal to a wide range of artists and makers. However, on this occasion the theme came about through linking up with the Mountain and Sea Festival in Torridon 3rd -13th October. We hope you and festival visitors find the time to call in to the exhibition. The Gallery endeavours to maintain a uniquely local representation of work with new interpretations of our landscape. The quality of artists work, some art school trained and some new to the centre for the exhibition continues to inspire. Call in and share the inspiration.”