At Kilmorack Gallery near Beauly in Inverness-shire, new paintings are currently showing by three gallery favourites. In his inimitable naïve style, James Newton Adams explores his experience of Scottish landscapes and seascapes as well as the people, animals and objects which inhabit them, often highlighting tensions in their relationships with each other and with the land itself. Liz Knox explores colour, composition, texture and light with a deftness which brings power to her still lifes and outdoor works. And Peter White is known for his almost geologically textured paintings of apparently simple subjects – a head, boat, book or bowl – which he elevates into something powerful.
Kilmorack Gallery’s Magical Three
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