Now on in the Main Gallery …

Saturday 29 April to Saturday 27 May: ‘New Threads’ Nora Fok, open 1-5pm Mondays to Saturdays, closed Sundays.

Nora Fok poster mini
This exhibition represents a selection of Nora Fok’s work from the past six years and was commissioned by the Harley Gallery. Her work examines the interaction between art and science. Mathematics and the three dimensional structures underlying life’s natural forms are the starting points for these new series. The resulting pieces occupy territory between bodywear and sculpture. There will be three themes: Exploring Flax which led her to develop a new thread combining nylon and flax; Magic of Nature this section shows the latest pieces resulting from Nora’s continuing fascination with natural forms and the ability of nylon threads; and New Forms, New Technologies where she uses 3D printing to create sculptural forms strongly influenced by the mathematical/structural philosophy of Buckminster Fuller.

On now in the small gallery

Monday 22 to Saturday 27 May: ‘Guido’s Garden’ Frayed Edges

Brought to us by long standing SBSA member Jennie Louden, Frayed Edges group are based in Edinburgh and the central belt of Scotland. Lindores Abbey in Newburgh, Fife, and its first abbot, Guido, inspired this work; the ruins visible today hold memories of the monks who founded it, times of greatness and subsequent decay. Frayed Edges members explore Guido’s Garden using a variety of media.

jennie poster mini


Coming Soon…

Methods of Making poster_Iona Gallery mini

See our full 2017 programme on our Exhibition and Events page!

Jane Wallace poster mini


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 registered charity run by volunteer trustees 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.

The Society of Badenoch & Strathspey Artists, Duke Street, Kingussie
Registered as a Scottish Charity under Scottish Charity Number SC046852


Comments are closed.