That Other Landscape

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That Other Landscape is a collaboration between three of Scotlands most prolific landscape photographers.

Dylan Nardini, David Queenan and Grant Bulloch have all emerged into the photographic arts scene with their own unique style and interpretation of both the intimate and wider landscapes around them. Heavily influenced by their own individual localities, they have come together to create this exhibition which presents a unique perspective of both Scotland and further afield through the camera's lens.




David Queenan is a freelance graphic designer and landscape photographer based in central Scotland. He first developed a passion for photography whilst studying for his degree at the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee. Over the years he has amassed a huge portfolio of work and a similar number of accolades, winning the Scottish Nature Photographer of the Year competition in 2015 and more recently the Wex Photographer of the Year competition, as well as being runner-up in the Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards and commended in the UK Landscape Photographer of the Year. This catalogue of success has made him one of the best and most respected landscape photographers in the country.

Grant Bulloch is an architect who has travelled extensively throughout Scotland. He completed the Munros over 20 years ago, a feat which exposed him to almost all of his country’s scenery and triggered a love of the Highland landscape and culture. Instead of bagging summits he now takes his camera. Grant has been commended in the UK Landscape Photographer of the Year Competition twice, was a finalist in the British Photography Awards in 2022 and 2023, and has been shortlisted in the Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year Competition from 2017 to 2022.

Dylan Nardini - Art runs in Dylan's family. Both his father and sister are accomplished artists, but Dylan chose to pick up the camera instead of the brush. His love of the outdoors led him to become one of the most talented landscape photographers in the UK. He won the both Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year Competition and the British Photography Awards Landscape Category in 2021. Other highlights include being commended in the UK Landscape Photographer of the Year and Outdoor Photographer of the Year Awards on more than one occasion. His work was also published by Kozu Books in their publication ‘Intimate Winter’. He is the organiser of the weekly “ShareMondays” twitter photo competition and publishes an annual book of the winning entries.



11th May to 1st June 2024

Smithy Gallery is located in the lovely village of Blanefield, only a twenty minute drive north from Glasgow. The historic blacksmith's building was lovingly restored by the gallery owner Natalie Harrison in 2005 and is a unique space to host a wide and varied diary of exhibitions, featuring both well known contemporary artists and also new up and coming talent. With its cosy seating area and wood-burning stove, Smithy Gallery welcomes art-lovers all year round.

Preview event Saturday 11th May 1-4pm

Artist Talks - 18th May, from 1pm

Smithy Gallery, 74 Glasgow Road, Blanefield, Glasgow G63 9HX
Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday 11am to 5pm. Closed Sundays and Mondays.

01360 770551

Smithy Gallery


28th June to 14th July 2024

Eleven41 Gallery is a dedicated photography gallery in the highland town of Kingussie. Named after the 1141m Cairn often used for navigation by those exploring the northern Cairngorms, photography exhibited in Eleven41 Gallery celebrates the Scottish landscape, with additional collections from around the globe. Curated by Ed Smith, a renowned photographer in his own right, the gallery was refitted from the old Kingussie Co-op and plays a crucial role of regeneration on Kingussie High Street.


28th June from 6.30pm.

Artist Talks:

Grant Bulloch 29th June 2024 - 1.30pm
Dylan Nardini 5th July 2024 - 1.30pm
David Queenan 12th July 2024 - 1.30pm

Eleven41 Gallery, 35 High Street, Kingussie PH21 1HX
Opening hours: Thursday to Saturday 10am to 5pm.

01540 661 792

1141 Gallery


Tickets & Events

The exhibition, including preview and opening events, is free to visit during gallery opening times. Bookmark this page to find out when events are happening.

Getting there

Blanefield - The X10 bus leaves Glasgow Buchanan Street Bus Station at 9 minutes past the hour, every hour and the journey takes approximately 58 minutes, taking you right through the village.

Kingussie - Local buses regularly pass through the town to and from Aviemore and there is a main line railway station in the town connecting Inverness to Kingussie and the south as far as London. Kingussie is one of the stops on the London to Inverness Sleeper Service.


Blanefield - there are a few parking spaces at the gallery, otherwise please park sensibly in the surrounding streets. The main road is busy so be careful dropping people off or crossing it.

Kingussie - there is plenty of parking in the town centre, on the main road or surrounding streets.

Visiting The Area

There is much to see in the local areas if you wish to make a day of it. By Blanefield, Mugdock Country Park is less than 10 minutes away by car and is ideal for walking and cycling, with trails, archery, play areas and events. Loch Lomond is around 25 minutes away or if you prefer some other unusual locations to explore, The Whangie and the Devil's Pulpit are even closer.

Around Kingussie, there is a plethora of activities and attractions to visit. Apart from the obvious expanse of the Cairngorms National Park to explore, there is the Highlands Wildlife Park, the Highland Folk Museum, the Landmark Forest Adventure Park and the opportunity to see the ospreys at RSPB Loch Garten. If you would like to come for a weekend, Ed can make plenty of suggestions of places to visit and local accommodation.


That Other Landscape is pleased to be supported by Fotospeed, who are a specialised fine art printmaking manufacturer. Despite being a family-run business, it has adapted to the needs and demands of photographers to become one of the leading companies within the printing and fine-art paper industry.