Aberfeldy Gallery represents over 50 artists and makers from across Scotland and beyond. The gallery is recognised for its diverse range of contemporary art and hosts regular solo exhibitions alongside a mixed exhibition by its talented stable of gallery artists.
The gallery's two exhibiting rooms offer a bright, friendly and relaxed space in which to come and enjoy outstanding new artworks - and potentially find one to take home.
The gallery is situated in the scenic Highland Perthshire town of Aberfeldy. The area is rich in artistic talent and many of these artists choose our gallery to exhibit their work. It is a beautiful place to live and to visit, with the thriving town offering cafes, restaurants, independent shops, a community cinema, sports facilities, galleries and more, set against a backdrop of mountains, woodlands, lochs and rivers.
The current owners, Adam and Anna Seward, took over the gallery in 2017 after 19 successful years under the ownership of Judy Proudfoot. Anna’s connection to the gallery dates back to its inception, as Anna’s grandparents, Roger and Merril Sylvester, made up half of the quartet who ran the gallery for its first 15 years. In 1983, they set up Aberfeldy Gallery in partnership with Dr Wattie Yellowlees and his wife Sonia, in the bright and spacious former premises of Kelles Garage on Kenmore Street. Adam and Anna had moved to Aberfeldy in 2015 and were delighted to have the opportunity to put their own stamp on this wonderful exhibiting space.