Visual art space in the West Highlands of Scotland
The Lime Tree Gallery is a purpose built visual arts space that exhibits contemporary art and hosts public exhibitions from national collections and archives.
Previous public shows include works by Francisco Goya, Frank Hurley, Andy Goldsworthy and David Hockey.
In 2014 the gallery is bringing 'Imagining Everest: The Sherpa's Tale' from the Royal Geographical Society London and 'Matisse: Drawing with Scissors' from the Hayward Gallery Touring.
The Lime Tree is also the studio base for artists David Wilson and Mohammed Sardo.
A selection of contemporary jewellery, ceramics, wood work, textiles, prints and cards are also available at the Lime Tree Gallery shop.
This autumn, we are hosting two week-long art courses led by studio artist, David Wilson. For more information on these courses, on current and future exhibitions and all aspects of the gallery, please visit our website.