The Lost Gallery, established in 1994, is set deep in the beguiling tranquillity of Glen Nochty, a delightful drive through the woodland that surrounds Upper Donside. It is housed in a 19th century farmhouse that crouches low into the side of Moss Hill, one of the gentler sisters of the Cairngorms. It is an idyllic setting which engenders just the mood to appreciate the gallery's innovative show of contemporary art and to enjoy respite from the fumes and furore of modern life.
The guiding policy at the Lost Gallery is simply stated: it is to show works by Scottish contemporary artists who most excite the owners, artist Peter Goodfellow and his wife Jean.
Today, the Lost Gallery is one of the most interesting and unusual venues in Northern Scotland, with an excitingly eclectic selection of paintings, sculpture and photography.
The Picture on the right is "All dressed up for Mam and Dad, and is hanging in the National Portrait Gallery in London.