The An Talla Solais Gallery is on West Argyle Street (Ullapool IV26 2UG) alongside Cabinet, the shop based in the Gallery.

We are open daily from 10am to 1:30pm and then again from 2pm to 5pm, during exhibitions only.  

Studio and workshop space is found on our Market Street site.

 

CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

MAIN GALLERY

  Hope, Mark Lomax

Hope, Mark Lomax

An Talla Solais Gallery reopened on 30 March for the first exhibition in our 2018 programme.  Lomax Lomax features the visual art of Inverness-based artist and lecturer, Mark Lomax, alongside the music of Columbus-based musician, composer and educator, Dr. Mark Lomax, II, and is a showcase of a long-term collaboration between the two. With a focus on identity, memory and shared humanity, many of the works on show have evolved from their conversations over the past three years and include a series of quilts and sculptural works as well as recorded music drawn from the blues and other musical dialects of the African diaspora

Further details  can be found here.

 

 

 

  

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THE ROOM

  The Call, Joan Doerr (2016)

The Call, Joan Doerr (2016)

The Room also reopened on 30 March to show a changing selection of work from some of Scotland's leading contemporary artists. Artists currently on show are Mary Bourne, Kirstie Cohen, Joan Doerr and Simon Rivett

Further details on both the artists and the artwork on show can be found here.

 

 

 

An Talla Solais is Ullapool's visual arts centre and our gallery hosts a wide range of exhibitions of contemporary art. Entry is always free and the gallery is open daily during exhibitions from 10am to 5pm. Cabinet, the shop which is separate from us but based in our gallery, sells a range of art, crafts, jewellery and homewares from across Scotland. We also run classes, courses and events and our studios offer spaces and a ceramics facility to artists and groups.

ACTIVITIES         

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An Talla Solais will be running a host of activities during 2018 including talks, workshops and other  creative activities for artists, families and all members of our local and wider communities.  Many will be connected to our 2018 exhibition programme and all activities will be listed here with information for enrolment.