A number of new exhibitions have opened up in galleries in the Highlands over the past few weeks.
It’s a busy time at Inverness Museum and Art Gallery (IMAG), where there are a couple of interesting shows.
The main gallery features Veering Westerly, Will Maclean, an Inverness-born artist. the show comprises drawings, assemblages and sculptures. According to IMAG, Maclean’s art is based on the histories of those who live and work by the sea and explores themes of navigation, emigration and fishing among others. More information is available by clicking here.
Meanwhile in the small gallery, The Kingdom of Moray is the outcome of a collaboration between artist/filmmaker Graeme Roger, photographer Peter Dibdin and local musician, beat poet and autistic artist Roderick MacKenzie aka Jeep Solid. The film follows MacKenzie’s research into the Kingdom of Moray – more information available by clicking here.
Both exhibitions are on until March 26.