This exhibition is being hosted by Ullapool Harbour trust in the Ferry Terminal Building, just enter the main door, go up the stairs into the large waiting room.

Created by journalist, broadcaster and author , Lesley Riddoch, the exhibition features works portraying remote, northern scenery and the fishing communities of five Nordic Countries.

A vibrant collection highlighting works by artists Kaare Espolin Johnson and Johannes Sveinsson Kjarval, with additional images and photographs of Vennelyst, Copenhagen’s oldest allotment garden; women fishing off the Finnish Islands of Aland; and images of Kiruna, the northern Swedish town that is being moved and rebuilt because of subsidence!

This collection also examines Scotland’s proximity to the often touted and arguably mythical concept of an empty  frozen north.  Originally seen at the Edinburgh Festival 2015, the exhibition has also been in Shetland and Wick.

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Where:
Ferry Terminal Building, The Pier, Ullapool

When:
All summer, 11am - 9pm

Cost:
Free