Caol Ruadh (pronounced ‘col ru’) tucked away on the Kyles of Bute on Argyll’s secret coast, is a unique outdoor gallery promoting and selling contemporary sculpture created in Scotland.
Connections - our theme this year - is influenced by the once in a generation events happening to Scotland - the independence vote, the Commonwealth Games and the homecoming, These events and the media that surrounds them are most importantly about Scottish people connecting.
So we asked artists to interpret this central force in Scotland this summer in their work.
Caol Ruadh Sculpture Park Connections Exhibition 2014
A pop up exhibition from 18 East Gallery from Bute will
be in the Boathouse until 14th September.
A great mixture of contemporary paintings.
Local Artist Robbie Baird’s Lewis Carroll inspired exhibition.
’Through the Sculpture Park and what Robbie found there’ will be in the Reception Gallery.
OPEN May 11th - Sept 14th 2014
Thursday - Sunday and Bank Holidays
11am - 6pm
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (by appointment for groups)
Admission £3 Adults, Children free.
Guided Walk with Curator every Sunday 2:00pm (meet at reception hut)