Members are invited to exhibit solo or group exhibitions in the Small Gallery during High Life Highland’s summer exhibition programme. The work shown may be art or craft, for sale, or a non-selling exhibition or community display.

Now on in the Main Gallery …

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webobject subject poster



 and in the Small Gallery



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Lost in the Glen – Landscape Photography by Preslava Gancheva from Bulgaria
10th – 15th October 2016
I came to Scotland, charmed by its magic, seen in movies and appearing in my imagination when listening to Gaelic music. I came upon the heart of Highlands, and I am happy to live in one of the most picturesque villages of the country. The excitement, born by the scenery, the feel of the wind on my face, the tender rain, the contiguity with the wild animals, found everywhere, the feeling, that I am accepted and supported by everyone, whom the fate has met me with in this beautiful country, make my life here incredibly exciting and every day I wake, unbelieving that all of this is reality and I am a part of it.
I do this exhibition in reverence to the amazing nature, I live surrounded by, and in gratitude to the people from Badenoch and Strathspey. My pictures only reflect what God has created and the true Author is He. I am just an admirer.


The Iona Gallery is set close to the centre of Kingussie, a delightful town in the heart of the Scottish Highlands with lovely cafes and beautiful scenery, within the Cairngorm National Park. Our gallery, the only public art gallery in the Cairngorm National Park, is run by the SBSA (Society of Badenoch and Strathspey Artists) a community group whose aims are to promote art and access to art for residents and visitors alike. We are a not-for profit company run by volunteer directors and committee members. The High Life Highland Exhibitions Unit organise a touring calendar of art exhibitions that continue to visit the gallery monthly from April to November, with a breaks for the popular SBSA Summer Arts Festival and other special exhibitions. Our members and Friends, both professional and amateur, number around 100.


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