Don McCullin Exhibition, ‘Fallen,’ to be shown at Shetland Museum & Archives and Bonhoga Gallery in 2014/15
Posted by Lisa Ward on November 28th, 2013
ARTIST ROOMS On Tour
Shetland Museum & Archives and Shetland Arts Development Agency will show work by internationally acclaimed photojournalist Don McCullin in Da Gadderie and Bonhoga Gallery from 29 November 2014 to 22 February 2015 in a joint exhibition entitled Fallen.
This will be the first time these powerful images will be shown as… Read the rest...
Paul Bloomer exhibition opens at Bonhoga on Friday
Posted by Lisa Ward on November 12th, 2013
This Friday, 15 November, Paul Bloomer’s exhibition ‘How Then Shall We Now Live?’ opens at Bonhoga Gallery. Complementing the work now on display in the upstairs Café Bar in Mareel, the exhibition is a window on our world, questioning our social fabric, warts and all, through the eyes of one of the most prolific artists… Read the rest...
Barbara & Wilma Cluness: Variorum
Posted by Lisa Ward on September 17th, 2013
21 September – 3 November 2013
Public opening: Friday 20 September 6pm – 8pm
Creative twins Barbara and Wilma Cluness are bringing their inimitable style to Bonhoga in their first major show for years. They have been given the gallery as a blank canvas, and rumours suggest that they will be turning the whole exhibition… Read the rest...
Exhibition Catalogue for ‘Lighten’ revealed
Posted by Lisa Ward on August 2nd, 2013
As part of Shetland Arts’ International Textile Festival
we welcome to Shetland a group of eight textile artists from Finland, Iceland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark, exhibiting along with two Shetland artists in Lighten
, an exhibition in Bonhoga Gallery
from 3 August to 15 September.
Public Opening: 11am-2pm Saturday 3 August
Gallery Talk from Exhibiting… Read the rest...
Graeme Taylor, Forces of Nature, exhibition in Mareel
Posted by Lisa Ward on May 7th, 2013
An exhibition of work by emerging artist Graeme Taylor has gone on show at Mareel highlighting the light and landscape of Shetland.
Graeme Taylor moved to Shetland with his family after gaining a degree in Fine Art in Wales. Since then he has been working to develop artworks reflecting the forces of nature that have… Read the rest...