Introducing an exhibition of work by the Polish Society of Aberdeen.
The exhibition will run from Sunday 19th June to Saturday 13th August.
Come along and check out a Polish perspective of our beautiful country!
Kilau will be closed this Sunday, 27th February, for an exhibition change over.
We’ll be open again as usual on Monday 28th at 10am!
A new exhibition of work from Sarah McGarva and Lola.
Monday 10th January – Saturday 26th February.
“From The Rooftops”
Sarah is that girl with the tangled curly hair springing out from behind her camera. She makes a living writing and designing and web editing for people who make a living making a difference, she spends most of her spare cash on books and cinema tickets, and she likes to portray herself as ridiculously crafty (although ridiculously good at procrastinating is closer to the truth).
Sarah been snapping and doodling for years, but this is her first exhibition. She’s got a lot of admiration for gritty realism but in her own home she’d rather have images which make her smile – and so that’s what she creates. She hopes some of these pictures put a smile on your face, too.
Sarah witters on a bit at www.sarahrooftops.co.uk and drinks a lot of tea.
A new exhibition of work from Jennifer McKinlay
Monday 13th September – Saturday 6th November
4th Year Fine Art student at Duncan of Jordanstone, Dundee.
As I am now entering my 4th year of study, I have been researching for my dissertation over the past few months and this has greatly influenced the works I have created for this exhibition.
Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass are the main focus for my dissertation and it is the way that he skilfully uses the English language to create sentences that seem like nonsense but that actually have a clever and humorous meaning to them, that has really captured my interest. It has lead my thoughts to the meaning and origin of words, how grammar can change the meaning of a sentence and how imagery can help to influence how a sentence might be interpreted.
My drawings are both addictive and fun to create. The process begins with the choice of text and the image follows naturally. Although some of these works are simply based on silly thoughts that pop into my head, a couple have been created with people that I know in mind, and the rest of the works here started out life as well known idioms.
A new exhibition of work by Elaine Mackay
Monday 26th July – Saturday 11th September
A new exhibition of work by Sarah J. Stanley.
Monday 29th March to Saturday 22nd May.