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1 The North*s Original Free Arts Newspaper + Number 178 Pick up your own FREE copy and find out what s really happening in the arts May/June 2013 Joan Eardley Painting, by Audrey Walker. From the exhibition Joan Eardley: A Life in Painting, at the Gracefield Arts Centre in Dumfries from May 25 to August The Year of Branding?

2 artwork 178 May/June 2013 Page 2 artwork 178 May/June 2013 Page 3 Spring SUMMER Exhibition EXHIBITION Ian Cameron Ian Ann Cameron Vastano Jane Ann Lannagan Vastano Jane Neil McIntyre Lannagan Neil McIntyre Janina Harrower Studio 19 Spring Fling MEADOWVIEW SPRINGHOLM CASTLE DOUGLAS KIRKCUDBRIGHTSHIRE Braemar Gallery FINE ART : PRINTS : CERAMICS JEWELLERY : ARTISTS MATERIALS CALL TO ARTISTS DEADLINE: 5PM WEDNESDAY 12 JUNE 2013 For full details please check our website THE MORTON AWARD ( 5,000) For artists working in lens-based media. Artists must have been born, studied or are now living/working in Scotland. THE BARNS-GRAHAM TRAVEL AWARD ( 2,000) A travel & research opportunity for painters, printmakers and sculptors who are 2013 graduates or current postgraduates from one of the main art schools in Scotland. THE WILLIAM LITTLEJOHN AWARD ( 2,000) FOR EXCELLENCE + INNOVATION IN WATER-BASED MEDIA For artists working in watercolour born or now living in Scotland to fund a period of research for a new work. Award winners will be able to show the resulting work at the RSA Annual Exhibition Royal Scottish Academy, The Mound, Edinburgh, EH2 2EL E W T The North*s Original Free Arts Newspaper + Harbour and Pool, Fife Enquiries and telephone bookings can be made on Unfortunately we are unable to reserve specific seats Charity via the No telephone box office - if you would like to pick your seat, please use SC the online service. Archibald Dunbar McIntosh RSW RGI THE TOD ENDOWMENT FUND Charity No SC The Scottish Artists' Benevolent Association is empowered by the above to provide holidays in Scotland for artists (resident in Scotland for at least two years) who are experiencing difficulties. Application forms may be obtained from: The Secretary, Scottish Artists' Benevolent Association, Second Floor, 5 Oswald Street, Glasgow G1 4QR The Scottish Artists' Benevolent Association...is freely available throughout Scotland and into the North of England in arts outlets, but because of growing demand copies are often snapped up soon after publication. To be sure of seeing each copy as it es out take out a subscription (6 issues) o (12 issues) o NAME... ADDRESS......POSTCODE... PLEASE SEND ME REGULAR COPIES OF artwork to this address...send (with cheque/ PO/postage stamps) to:famedram Publishers Ltd., PO Box 3, Ellon AB41 9EA Scotland

3 dandelion designs artwork 178 May/June 2013 Page 4 Aberdeen ABERDEEN ART GALLERY & MUSEUM, Schoolhill, AB10 1FQ, , Fax: , May 11 - June 29 Aberdeen Artists Society Until July 27 Sir George Clausen - Works on Paper. Until March The Lure of the Orient. ABERDEEN MARITIME MU- SEUM, Shiprow, AB11 5BY, , Fax: , www. aagm. 5 The Girdleness Outfall Scheme. Photography Until August 17 Wreck of the Oscar. Coincides with 200th anniversary of the wreck of the whaler Oscar at Girdleness GRAYS SCHOOL OF ART, Robert Gordon University, Garthdee Road, AB10 7QB, ABERDEEN ARTS CENTRE, 33 King Street, AB24 5AA, , BELVIDERE GALLERY, 221 Rosemount Place, AB25 2XS, , GALLERY HEINZEL, 24 Thistle Street, AB10 1XD, , Summer Exhibition HOLBURN GALLERY, 83 Holburn Street, AB10 6BQ, , holburngallery. Limited edition prints by many of Gallery Heinzel s artists PEACOCK VISUAL ARTS, 21 Castle Street, AB11 5BQ, , Aberduino. Interactive work May 11 - June 15 J. Gordon Brown. Colour Abstracts. RENDEZVOUS GALLERY, 100 Forest Avenue, AB15 4TL, , June Ann Wegmuller, Ronnie Smith and Helen Wilson. June/July David Schofield, John Smyth, James McCallum and Rebecca Westguard. JUNCTION ART AND GIFTS, 282 Holburn Street, AB10 6DD, , Art, ceramics, jewellery, handbags, cards, fashion accessories and much, much more Monster. FORECOURT ART GROUP, Underpass of Aberdeen City Council Office, Broad Street, AB10 IFY, ROBERT GORDON UNIVERSITY, Faculty of Health Building, Garthdee Road, AB10 7QQ CLAREMONT STUDIO, 66 Claremont Street, AB10 6QY, , THE NICOLE PORTER GAL- LERY, 88 King Street, AB24 5BA, , Contact gallery for details MARTIN R. NELSON, Cowden Studio, Cowden Farm, Drumlithie, , Aberdeenshire BRAEMAR GALLERY, Mar Road, Braemar, AB35 5YL, , braemargallery. Oil paintings, watercolours, etchings, engravings, sculpture, jewellery and cards THE BUTTERWORTH GALLERY, Ballogie, Near Aboyne, AB34 5DP, , LARKS GALLERY, 10 Braemar Road, Ballater, AB35 5RL, , CRANNACH COFFEE SHOP & GALLERY, Cambus O May, Ballater, AB35 55D, , Food, coffee and Scottish art, craft and design LANG BYRE GALLERY, Woodend Barn Arts Centre, Burn O Bennie, Banchory, AB31 5QA, , Call for more details THE LOST GALLERY, Aldachuie, Strathdon, AB36 8UJ, , Fax: , www. lostgallery. MILTON ART GALLERY, Milton of Crathes, Nr Banchory, AB31 5QH, , Renewal. A new mixed open show to celebrate Summer Until May 29 Kanita Sim. Landscapes from Collieston to Catterline. June 1 - August 31 Germinations. A new mixed show to celebrate Spring. Open to gallery artists only STARFISH STUDIO, 3 Anchor Lane, Johnshaven, DD10 0EN, , Paintings by Kate MacKenzie THE STUDIO, Braeside Croft, Mintlaw, Peterhead, AB42 4HH, , OLD MANSE GALLERY, Western Road, Insch, Inverurie, AB52 6LU, Celtic and oriental hand-made rugs, kilims & textiles SCOTTISH SCULPTURE WORK- SHOP, 1 Main Street, Lumsden, Huntly, AB54 4JN, , Fax: , SYLLAVETHY GALLERY, Syllavethy, Montgarrie, Alford, AB33 8AQ, , TOLQUHON GALLERY, Tolquhon, Tarves, Ellon, AB41 7LP, , THE ART & FRAMING SHOP, 15 Market Street, Ellon, AB41 9JD, TOUCHED BY SCOTLAND, Ryehill, Oyne, AB52 6QS, , touchedbyscotland. 8 Spring Exhibition INVERURIE MUSIC, Benview Cottage, Chapel of Garioch, Inverurie, AB51 5HE, , www. inveruriemusic. Check website for details THE MUSEUM OF SCOTTISH LIGHTHOUSES, Kinnaird Head, Fraserburgh, AB43 9DU, , PETERHEAD MARITIME HERIT- AGE, South Road, Peterhead, AB42 2UP, , peterhead.asp Experience Peterhead s maritime life past and present LEFT BANK, 5 Bridge Street, Tarland, AB34 4YN, , ORB S BOOKSHOP, 33a Deveron Street, Huntly, AB54 8BY, Raoul Middleman: An American Painter in the North East RIVERSIDE GALLERY, The Riverside Arthouse, Ann Street, Stonehaven, AB39 2DA, , NORTH EAST OPEN STUDIOS, NEOS Coordinator, 107 Selbie Drive, Inverurie, AB51 3YB, , A non-profit organisation promoting Arts, Crafts and galleries in the North East of Scotland ALBERTINO COSTA SCULP- TURES, Camphill School, Northdeeside Road, Bieldside, AB15 9EP, , GALLERY AT FIFTY FIVE, 55 Allardice Street, Stonehaven, AB39 2AB, , AVA GALLERY, Hennies Corner, Lewes, Fyvie, AB53 8PB, , Fax: , www. henniescorner. THE AIRT GALLERY, South Leylodge, Farmhouse, Leylodge, Kintore, AB51 0XY, , www. theairtgallery. Until June 6 Jonathan Shearer: Northern Exposure. COWDEN STUDIO, Cowden Farm, Drumlithie, AB39 3YN, , Aberfeldy ABERFELDY GALLERY, 9 Kenmore Street, PH15 2BL, , June John Bathgate, Shona Mackenzie and Andrrew McNeish June 28 - August 2 Sonas Maclean and Maryann Ryves THE WATERMILL, Mill Street, PH15 2BG, , www. aberfeldywatermill. Art Gallery, Bookshop, Coffee & Music Shop May 25 - July 22 John Bellany and George Bruce The Sea Folios THE TEMPLE GALLERY, 20 Dunkeld Street, PH15 2AA, , KELTNEYBURN SMITHY AND GALLERY, The Bothy Showroom, Keltneyburn Smithy, Keltneyburn, PH15 2LF, , www. ironfairy. Sculptures created by mother and daughter team, Morag and Heather Cumming THE BOLTACHAN GALLERY, Boltachan by Aberfeldy, PH15 2LB, Contemporary and traditional painting, sculpture, ceramics and jewellery Aberlour STILL LIFE STUDIO, High Street, AB38 9NX, , www. still-life-studio. Alloa THE GALLERY, Gordon McFarlane, Watchmaker, 41 Mill Street, FK10 1DW, , www. grmcfarlane. Work from Ochil Craft Association RESONATE ARTS HOUSE, Units A3, North Castle Street, FK10 1EU, , ArtWork On the arts town s arts trail A do-it-yourself approach has paid off for Kirkcudbright s arts and craft workers A COUPLE of doors down from the Tolbooth in Kirkcudbright s High Street is the house where the artist Jessie M King once lived. Today, the attractive Georgian building belongs to Pauline and Colin Saul. With their enthusiasm for art, the couple (along with Vivien Dania from the local museum), are the driving force behind Kirkcudbright s Arts & Crafts Trail. This year, the four day event (August 2-5) celebrates its tenth anniversary. The organizers expect some 4,500 visitors to pile into this small south west Scotland town to peer at the gardens, wander around the studios and explore the narrow closes owned by more than a hundred local artists. With over 70 venues, says Pauline, people won t be able to see everything in one day. But, if they find a place to stay for the four day event, they ll discover hidden gems in places they wouldn t normally see. The original idea to create a trail came when Vivien found some interesting information on a number of well-known Kirkcudbright artists like King, George Henry, Charles Oppenheimer and E. A. Hornel. As a tribute ( after all, these people gave Kirkcudbright the name of Artists Town! ), Pauline and Vivien planned a route enpassing galleries and sites where these artists lived and worked. We didn t exactly want to erect a blue plaque but we liked the idea of marking the views (with stands covered in perspex) that these painters had chosen to paint. After failing to receive sponsorship from the then Scottish Arts Council ( we had no idea how to fill in forms to get GICLEE P R I N T STIRLING Fine Art & Large Format Printing Artwork Reproduction Photographic Enlargements Fine Art & Decorative Prints for Sale Please or ring Robin to discuss your requirements and arrange a visit. The studio is rurally located between Dunblane and Doune (with great views!) money ), the Sauls and Vivien decided to go it alone. It was a simple start, but they managed to encourage local artists to open their studios, houses, sheds and gardens. 25 May 24 August Joan Eardley: A Life in Painting With photographs by Audrey Walker While they hired the Scout Hall and other local venues, Colin printed the booklets that advertised 25 venues. The organizers demanded no qualifications from entrants ( we still don t ask anyone to prove they re an artist, ) and participants are not required to pay but if someone is successful, he or she is asked to contribute towards the cost of the event. As with previous occasions, this year promises to be a bonanza. The Sauls have bought an old caravan, covered it with flashy lights and intend to tow it around town to promote the trail s 10th birthday. While they plan no opening ceremony, the festivities will wind up with the customary ceilidh in the parish hall. Visitors should expect to see plenty installation art, possibly beach huts by the harbour, paintings pinned on street railings and artwork hanging from washing lines. Alternative art is popular here; one year someone created a bed made up in pristine linen and covered with a flowery-patterned quilt. It was an answer to Tracey Emin s famous unmade bed. And in response to Damien Hirst s diamond-studded skull, the trail got hold of a plastic skull and covered it with bling. The art trail invites the quirky: there are messages in bottles, boats in gardens with kids playing at pirates, Banksy-type graffiti signed as Beltsy. Music and song resound in churches, halls and café s while the car park by the tourist information office has a stage area for open air theatre. Additionally, if anyone wants help in getting out and about, they can catch the free trail bus, which acmodates plenty pit stops for cups of tea and scones. When all s said and done, Kirkcudbright s art trail is a great chance for self-promotion and/or a good day out. Who knows, Jessie and her cronies might have enjoyed it too. Gracefield Arts Centre, 28 Edinburgh Road, Dumfries DG1 1JQ Tel MARY GLADSTONE Tuesday - Saturday 10am-5pm (exhibition also open Sun 26 & Mon 27 May, 10am-5pm for Spring Fling weekend) GLACK ART The on-line gallery for northeast Scottish art Works by James Giles, James Cassie, Joseph Farquharson, David West, Thomas Bunting, Jackson Simpson, Henderson Blyth, Ian Fleming, James Cowie, James McBey, George Rennie and many other masters Angus THE MEFFAN, 20 West High Street, Forfar, DD8 1BB, , museums/meffan/default.htm, the. June Carey. A Traveller s Dreams June 1-29 Katie Ward. Enquiring Gestures THE CANVAS ART GALLERY, 81 East High Street, Forfar, DD8 2EQ, , Originals, prints, quality picture framing. Unusual giftware and jewellery KINBLETHMONT GALLERY, Arbroath, DD11 4RW, , May Polish art works by Aleksander Zyw, Magda Blasinska, Grazyna Dobrezeleka, Eugen Jarych, Stephan Ratomski and Ola Rek OATHLAW POTTERY & GAL- LERY, Oathlaw, Forfar, DD8 3PQ, , CRAFTS OF ANGUS SHOWCASE AND SHOP, The Old Stable Block, House of Dun, Montrose, DD10 9LQ, , Contemporary and Designer. Handcrafted Goods. House of Dun By Montrose SPRINGFIELD CREATIVE ARTS, Dr. Fran Marquis, 4 Springfield Terrace, Arbroath, DD11 1EL, , June (and regular weekly classes) Pottery Courses in Angus HOSPITALFIELD, Centre for Art & Culture, Arbroath, DD11 2NH, , June Open Weekend - Small and Close. It s in the making of things. Seaweed, bees and preserving MONTROSE LIBRARY EXHIBI- TION ROOM, 214 High Street, Montrose, DD10 8PH, Bern Ross. Inspired by Scotland. Expressionist seascapes, figure studies and abstracted landscapes Argyll THE ARCHWAY, 7 Union Street, Lochgilphead, PA31 8JS, , STUDIO BARN ARGYLL, Leac Na Ban, Tayvallich, Lochgilphead, PA31 8PF, , btinternet. Seasonal exhibition of orginal art FYNE STUDIOS - THE HIDDEN GALLERY, Newton, Strachur, (off the A886), PA27 8DB, , Gallery of two Scottish artists Don McNeil & Jean Bell BLAIRMORE GALLERY & COF- FEE SHOP, Pierhead Blairmore, Dunoon, PA23 8TJ, , JUNO DESIGN GALLERY, 159 Argyll Street, Dunoon, PA23 7DD, , 1 Brian Phillips & Glen Craig. Early Summer Exhibition. Works June 22 - August 9 Nikki Monaghan, Deborah Phillips & Colin Ian Christie. Summer Exhibition. Works PICTURE IT, 7-9 Hillfoot Street, Dunoon, PA23 7DR, , RESIPOLE STUDIOS, Acharacle, PH36 4HX, , www. resipolestudios. Spring Exhibition Showcasing landscapes, figurative, still-life and sculptures THE STABLE GALLERY, Church Square, Inveraray, PA32 8TY, , Paintings, reproductions, greetings cards, exclusive post cards TIGHNABRUAICH GALLERY, Seaside House, Tighnabruaich, PA21 2DR, , www. tig-gallery. Until June 7 Sian McQueen IONA HERITAGE CENTRE, Isle of Iona, PA76 6SJ, IONA ABBEY, Abbey & MacLeod Centres, Isle of Iona, PA76 6SN, , Fax: , Inspirational setting for services, Christian munity IONA GALLERY AND POTTERY, Isle of Iona, PA76 6SW, , ORSAY, 2 Stevenson Street, Oban, PA34 5NB, Jewellery, ceramics, glass metal, textiles, wood lights, cards INVERBEG GALLERIES, Inverbeg, Argyll & Bute, Loch Lomond, G83 8PD, , www. inverbeggalleries. COWAL OPEN STUDIOS, PA23 8QU, Moira Ferguson. Scottish Potters Association Open Exhibition. Draws ceramic artists from all over the country Ayr MACLAURIN ART GALLERY, Rozelle Estate, Monument Road, KA7 4NQ, , www. south-ayrshire.gov.uk/galleries/ maclaurin/ Until May 20 Maclaurin Art Exhibition Art and Craft from South Ayrshire Schools June 8 - July 7 The Maclaurin Open. Fine Art Exhibition July 14 - August 4 Ayr Sketch Club. Members exhibition ROZELLE HOUSE GALLERIES, Rozelle Park, Monument Road, KA7 4NQ, , www. south-ayrshire.gov.uk/galleries/ rozellehouse/ Craft Shop - Range of unique crafts and gifts Ongoing Goudie Collection. May 11 - June 23 Tom Wilson. Everyday Objects. Creative arts project June 29 - August 11 Pamela Barnes. Staging the Museum. Ayrshire COCKBURN GALLERY, 41 High Street, Maybole, KA19 7AB, , THE FRAMEWORK GALLERY, 83 Portland Street, Troon, KA10 6QU, , THE GALLERY, 75/77 Main Street, Craft Town, West Kilbride, KA23 9AP, , Fax: , GLENBUCK ARTS, Glenbuck Cottage, Glenbuck, East Ayrshire, KA18 3SB, , www. kirtimandir. HARBOUR ARTS CENTRE, Harbour Street, Irvine, KA12 8EE, , north-ayrshire.gov.uk MCKECHNIE INSTITUTE, Dalrymple Street, Girvan, KA26 9AE, , gov.uk/galleries/mckechnie/ 9 Your Paintings (Part 1). Public Catalogue Foundation Project July 6 - September 28 McKechnie Open Art Exhibition. Paintings by Local Artists July 6 - September 28 Your Paintings (Part 2). Public Catalogue Foundation Project OVERT GALLERY, 6 Isles Street, Newmilns, KA16 9DP, , Painting by Leila Neal and other popular artists. THE STIRRUP CUP, West Bankside Farm, Geirston Road, Kilbirnie, KA25 7LQ, , www. thestirrupcup. CRAFT TOWN SCOTLAND, The Barony Centre, West Kilbride, KA23 9AW, , www. crafttownscotland.org, Lorraine Robson. Offerings Exhibition. Featuring new ceramic works Banff DUFF HOUSE COUNTRY GAL- LERY, Duff House, AB45 3SX, , Fax: , aberdeenshire.gov.uk William McTaggart. Drawings and paintings MEADOWLANDS GALLERY, 83 North Castle Street, AB45 1JJ, Douglas Heggie - New work Banffshire THE CREATIVE RETREAT, 5 St Anne s Terrace, Gardenstown, AB45 1AW, , PORTSOY MARBLE GALLERY & WORKSHOP, Harbour, Shorehead, Portsoy, AB45 2PB, Ever-changing ongoing display of pottery, Portsoy marble work,handknits, books and presents TOMINTOUL MUSEUM & VISI- TOR CENTRE, The Square, Tomintoul, AB37 9ET, TOMINTOUL GALLERY, 82 Main Street, Tomintoul, Ballindalloch, AB37 9HA, , www. tomintoulgallery. Beauly KILMORACK GALLERY, The Old Kilmorack Church, IV4 7AL, , The Art of Humour. Work by Alan MacDonald, Michael Forbes, Paul Barnes, Helen Denerley, Steve Dilworth, Henry Fraser, David Kemp and Eduard Bersudsky June 8 - August 3 Summer Show August 9 - September 7 Helen Denerley. Negative Space: life between the lines. New work THE BEAULY GALLERY, The Kirk, Wester Balblair, IV4 7BQ, , Editorial Comment ArtWork PO Box 3 AB41 9EA :: Year of Desperate Branding INSIDE this issue we tell the rather bewildering tale of a visit to one of the winners of the Year of Creative Scotland Awards the North East town of Huntly, which artistically at least, proclaims that The town is the venue. The Year of Creative Scotland was itself something of a disaster, ending as it did, with the departure of the boss of Creative Scotland, the somewhat hapless Andrew Dixon. As we have previously observed, the removal of the head of the body is not in itself likely to cure the very deep seated problems that attend that troubled organisation. If the choice is an inspired one, then the new director, whoever he/she is, might do a lot to lead CS out of the wilderness, but one is bound to wonder quite how much power the new broom might be able to wield. In these pre-referendum times trying to plough an independent furrow must be doubly hard for the leaders of all such quasigovernmental bodies. With an endless succession of tired, tacky ideas emanating from the ad agency mentality that Pause for thought? CLOSE STUDENTS of these columns (actually very close students of The ) will notice under the geographical heading Moray that the Moray Art Centre is to pause its exhibition programme from the middle of this month. This is disturbing news, given the quality and inventiveness of its programme. The director and founder of the centre, the New York artist Randy Klinger, is non-mittal about the decision, but it seems certain that it is in some way a reflection of these difficult times. The story of the centre, an elegant and carbon neutral wood clad structure sitting among Ronald Gunn seems to govern Scotland, calm, rational thinking must be well nigh impossible. This orgy of branding, which last year year gave us the absurd Year of Creative Scotland, now has given us this year the Year of Natural Scotland and next year pause to be sick will give us the Year of Homeing. This latter presumably means we will be blessed with a visit from those stirring Scots who find it more, ehem, financially attractive to live furth of these shores, but still believe strongly in a nation, brave, independent and free, blah, blah, blah The ludicrous Star of Caledonia at Gretna, to which Creative Scotland has apparently already mitted one million, also falls within this mad, ad-driven, pre-2014 image-burnishing obsession. Meanwhile a whole lot of sane, worthwhile, well conceived artistic ventures of proven worth are being forced under for want of a fraction of this sort of support. Crazy? some of the more innovative of the private houses that have spring up on the Findhorn campus, is a truly inspiring one. Some 80 per cent of the funding needed to establish the centre came from donations from the public. A small amount came from local authority sources and you ve guessed it none at all came from the body then managing the arts in Scotland, the Scottish Arts Council. With this sort of track record the centre should survive and flourish. We very much hope it does. Good on yer Randy! AS THIS issue went to press we subjects. heard the very sad news of the Ronald was house death of the photographer Ronald photographer (if that was Gunn. not too grand a name) for Ronald was a very shy, the predecessor to this retiring man who towards the end paper, Craftwork, indeed the of his life withdrew almost totally very first issue contained a from public life and, sadly, from brilliant photo-reportage of a photography. He lived in almost smithy from Ardvasar on the total isolation in a remote cottage Isle of Skye. in the Borders. ArtWork hopes to This was very much organise a retrospective show photography's loss. Ronald had a of his work some time before mastery of, particularly, the black the year s end. This will be and white medium and produced inaugurated with some sort of an enormous range of striking, marking of his passing. sensitive pictures, many of them of Details to be announced subjects in the arts. in a future issue, and on our He held few exhibitions of his website work, but one early one, of studies. Collaboration with of Les Halles market in Paris this will be much weled shortly after it had been closed as from those who knew and a market, showed the depth of his admired Ronald and his work feeling for the medium and for the Out in the open in West Lothian Cathy Bell gives a qualified wele to a new review of the impact of public art in West Lothia THERE IS a sculpture on a roundabout outside my house which I drive past every day. It is a stonework and copper structure with black and white painted bricks around the bottom and finished off with a metal road sign of an arrow, which is placed inside a convenient alcove. This sculpture-cum-road sign is one of a family of sculptures created in the early 1990 s by David Wilson to adorn Livingston roundabouts: one of them features on the cover of a newly published book about public art in West Lothian entitled Out in the Open. The book is said to illustrate the development of public art in West Lothian in the modern age. West Lothian Council are right to want to tell this story, as public art is one of the successes with regard to the visual arts scene in the area. The majority of the 58 sculptures mentioned in the book are situated in Livingston. There are notable pieces in other parts of the county such as the M8 sculptures in Bathgate and Polkemmet. However, the story of public art in the area is dominated by Livingston when it became a designated Scottish new town in From the start Livingston Development Corporation missioned several futuristic looking abstract sculptures, which were placed in various street locations (none of these remain). Later in the 1970 s the workshop in Livingston village run by Denis Barns produced some excellent pieces such as Old Men of Hoy. Another notable legacy of this era is Wave Poem by Ian Hamilton Finlay. The 1970 s was a productive time for public sculpture in West Lothian, there was a sense of optimism and fun attached to the work being produced seen clearly in the surreal disembodied feet dotted around the trim track (see right). Since then the missioning of public art has continued but it has bee rather earnest less fun. In the early 1990s a petition was held to choose two pieces to be installed in Livingston town centre. The public were invited to view the entries and bee part of the decision making process. Whether the public in general held any sway in the final choice is uncertain, however, it was good to ment and get things off your chest. For example, I was able to threaten to leave town if the frightening figure of the Roman god Zeus wielding a bolt of lightening was picked to brighten up the town centre. The roundabout sculptures by David Wilson and The Windvane Family by Philip Johnson (which won the aforementioned petition) are of high quality and look the part. However, the sense of fun and innovation of the early days seems for the most part to have vanished in favour of bland, workaday fare of acplished but uninspiring pieces. The council should continue to mission public art (but be braver in their choices), they should also publicise the variety of art to be seen in a book such as this. However, it is easy to bee placent and they would do well to remember that there is more to developing a visual arts environment than dishing up 17th North Ayrshire Open Art Exhibition 13 to 27 July 2013 Racquet Hall, Eglinton Country Park, Irvine Entries are invited to the 17th Open Art Exhibition Prize Awards All prize information and entry forms are available to download from Closing date for entries: 1 July 2013 You can also obtain an Entry form by sending a 1st class A5 SAE to: Exhibition Coordinator Harbour Arts Centre Harbour Street, Irvine KA12 8PZ dandelion designs & images gallery stein waternish isle of skye original paintings, artist prints photographs, cards & crafts open 11-5 daily, march to october artwork 178 May/June 2013 Page 5 Picture: Courtesy West Lothian Council generous portions of public art. It is claimed that the new book is another exciting avenue that showcases the creative opportunities available in the area. One is bound to ask: where are these opportunities? I work in the arts and I can t find any (not through the council at least). Perhaps they are out in the open hiding amongst the public art? I ll get my binoculars and start looking. 36 of Ayrshire s top artists and designers open their doors Fri 22 Sat 23 Sun 24 March More information on OpenStudiosAyrshire

4 The artwork 178 May/June 2013 Page 6 June Art Around the Firth. Featuring the works of Margaret McKay, Elizabeth Joss, Isabell Dickson, Frances Baxter, Anna MacNeil Studio, Inchmore Gallery, Clare Blois Studio and Avril Marr Studio AIRDE GALLERY, House of Beauly Visitor Centre, Station Road, IV4 7EH, Berkshire THE CONTEMPORARY FINE ART GALLERY, 31 High Street, Eton, Windsor, SL4 6AX, , Fax: , www. cfag. Berwick-upon- Tweed BERWICK GYMNASIUM ART GALLERY, Berwick Barracks, The Parade, TD15 1DG, , May Museums at Night NORTHFIELD FARM, St Abbs, Berwickshire, TD14 5QF, Contemporary work from artists and designer/makers from both sides of the Border THE GRANARY GALLERY, Dewar s Lane, TD15 1HJ, Berwickshire TOM DAVIDSON GALLERY, East Mayfield, High Street, Earlston, TD4 6BU, , www. tomdavidson. Continuous work by Tom Davidson and work by artist Linda Lovatt ALLANBANK MILL STEADING, Allanton, Duns, TD11 3JX, Birmingham See Borders FLAT CAT GALLERY, 2 Market Place, Lauder, TD2 6SR, , May Malcolm Dobbins, Joanna Powell, Kelly Stewart, Catherine Rayner, Alan Richmond & Helen Tabor. Feature Exhibition. THE CHRISTOPHER BOYD GALLERY, Old Gala House, Scott Cresent, Galashiels, TD1 3JS THE SCOTT GALLERY, Hawick Museum, Wilton Lodge Park, Hawick, TD9 7JL, THE SMOKEHOUSE GAL- LERY, St Ellas Place, Eyemouth, TD14 5HP, , www. smokehousegallery., smokehousegallery. KELSO POTTERY, The Knowes, Kelso, TD5 7BH, Mugs, jugs, bowls & Time Tablets fired in the Kelso Pit Kiln REAL WOOD STUDIOS, Monteviot Nurseries, Nr Ancrum, Jedburgh, TD8 6TU, , Contemporary Scottish furniture Café and walks BUY DESIGN GALLERY, 1 Harestanes Craft Workshops, Harestanes by Ancrum, Jedburgh, TD8 6UQ, , Showspace for quality crafts made in wood, metal, glass, ceramic and textile THE BORDER TART, Tart HQ, Chesters, nr Hawick, TD9 8TH, Quirky workshop of textile and paper artist Lindsay Roberts Bristol ARNOLFINI, Bush House, 16 Narrow Quay, BS1 4QA, , Until July 7 Jutta Koether. Season and Sacrament. A selection of new and recent works Susanne Kriemann. Modelling (Construction School). Photography BRISTOL DRAWING SCHOOL, Unit 5.18, Paintworks, Arnos Vale, BS4 3EH, Drawn Features work from illustrators, videographers, sculptors, printers, embroiderers, typographers, animators and architects Caithness JOHN O GROATS POTTERY & GALLERY, 3 THE CRAFT CEN- TRE, John O Groats, KW1 4YR, , Handthrown tableware, handbuilt individual ceramic slipcast work NORTHSHORE POTTERY, Mill of Forse, Latheron, KW5 6DG, , Saltglaze and Raku NORTH LANDS CREATIVE GLASS, Quatre Bras, Lybster, KW3 6BN, , www. northlandsglass., May Glass Painting Techniques August 5-9 Sculptural Flameworking Techniques September 7-8 The Real Thing: Beyond Stereotyping. The Annual Conference explores cultural identities August 28 - September 18 Deborah Cocks, Eeva Kasper, Richard Slee and Anne-Lise Riond Sibony. Annual Summer Programme 2013 Master Classes. LYTH ARTS CENTRE, Lyth, Wick, KW1 4UD, , Fax: , SWANSON GALLERY, Davidson Lane, Thurso, KW14 7AS, ST FERGUS GALLERY, Wick Library, Sinclair Terrace, Wick, KW1 5AB, Cambridge KETTLE S YARD, Castle Street, CB3 0AQ, , www. kettlesyard. Katie Paterson. Carrbridge CARRBRIDGE POTTERY STUDIO, Main Street, PH23 3AS, , Pottery workshop CARRBRIDGE ARTISTS STU- DIO, Main Street, Cairngorms National Park, PH23 3AS, , Work by resident artists Jeff & Alice Buttress. Castle Douglas CLIENCE STUDIO, 212 King street, DG7 1DS, , Gallery & studio of Angela Lawrence DESIGNS GALLERY, 179 King St, DG7 1DZ, , www. designsgallery. May Hannah Reilly. A Selection of Photographs A D LIVINGSTON & SONS, 183 King Street, DG7 1DZ www. livingstons-antiques Furniture restorers workshop, shop and gallery THE MCGILL-DUNCAN GAL- LERY, 231 King Street, Castle Douglas, DG7 1DT, , Michael G Clark, Helen Fay, Tracy Levine, Sandy Murphy, Felicity Walker and Margaret Brampton. Spring Exhibition.. ARTS OF ALBA, 39/40 Threave Terrace, DG7 1HG, , artsofalba. Featuring the work of Freida Dyson, Sam Mullen and Sheila Mulllen JANINA S ART, Meadowview, Springholm, DG7 3LP, , Still lifes, landscapes, portraits, figures, abstracts, experimental work in mixed media Janina Harrower. Spring Fling Studio 19 THE GALLERY AT LAURIES- TON, Woodbank House, Laurieston, DG7 2PW, , www. pmcphotography. Contemporary and traditional Fine Art and Landscape images of Galloway Cornwall ROYAL CORNWALL MUSEUM, River Street, Truro, TR1 2SJ, , Fax: , www. royalcornwallmuseum. May 28 - August 24 Jane Darke. The Museum of Us. Until November 10 A Century of St Ives Art LEMON STREET GALLERY (LSG), 13 Lemon Street, Truro, TR1 2LS, , www. lemonstreetgallery. Crieff AITON FINE ARTS, 63 King Street, PH7 3HB, , Fax: Contemporary Scottish paintings and prints. Picture restorers and framers CRIEFF CERAMICS, Lodge Street, PH7 4DW, , Pottery workshop and gallery - Individually hand-thrown on the potters wheel Cumbria ABBOT HALL ART GALLERY, Kendal, LA9 5AL, , Fax: , 5 Lynn Chadwick. Evolution in Sculpture. Modern Materials. British Sculpture Collection June 29 - September 15 Exultant Strangeness. Graham Sutherland Landscapes BLACKWELL, Bowness-on- Windermere, LA23 3JT, , Fax: , www. blackwell. 5 Lynn Chadwick. Evolution in Sculpture. May 24 - September 1 Bodil Manz. Exploration of Form. BREWERY ARTS CENTRE, Highgate, Kendal, LA9 4HE, , Call for full listings. Theatre, music, dance, edy, exhibitions, cinema, literature, workshops, restaurant, bars & café EDEN ARTS, 1 Sandgate, Penrith, CA11 7TP, , Fax: , PENNINE POTTERY, Cargill Head House, Alston, CA9 3NG, , Pottery & kiln work of ceramicist Peter Lascelles - please telephone first RED BARN GALLERY, Melkinthorpe, Penrith, CA10 2DR, , ANCIENT SPACE, St Michael s Church, Bongate, Appleby-in- Westmorland, CA16 6UR, MUSEUM OF LAKELAND LIFE, Abbot Hall, Kirkland, Kendal, LA9 5AL, , Fax: , WILLOWPOOL DESIGNS, 9 Weston Houses, Endmoor, Kendal, LA8 0HA, , Fax: , Willow work by Simone Siegan & Steve Fuller DOVE COTTAGE, The Wordsworth Museum and Art Gallery, Grasmere, LA22 9SH, , FARFIELD MILL, Garsdale Road, Sedbergh, LA10 5LW, , MILL YARD STUDIOS, 3 Mill Yard, Staveley, Kendal, LA8 7LR, TULLIE HOUSE MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY, Castle Street, Carlisle, CA3 8TP, , Fax: , www. tulliehouse. Outside In. Provides a platform to the art world for artists who find it difficult due to health, disability or social circumstance THE RHEGED CENTRE, Redhills, Penrith, CA11 0DQ, , NENTHEAD MINES HERITAGE CENTRE, Nenthead, Alston, CA9 3PD, , Fax: , d valley trails,1825 planned Quaker village: N Pennines Klondyke. Lead Mines; Rampgill café UPFRONT GALLERY AND COF- FEE SHOP, Nr Hutton-in-the-Forest, Unthank, Penrith, CA11 9TG, , THE WATERMILL, Little Salkeld, Penrith, CA10 1NN, , Fax: , www. organicmill. CROWN GALLERY, 5 Lonsdale Street, Carlisle, CA1 1BJ, , Contemporary arts and crafts HIGH HEAD SCULPTURE VALLEY AND GALLERY, High Head, Ivegill, Carlisle, CA4 0PJ, , 8 Christine Rooney, Delia Stevens & Cumdivock Art Group. BRANTWOOD, The Brantwood Trust, Coniston, LA21 8AD, , Fax: , www. brantwood. Helen McKenna, Pat Crellin, Chris McCadie, Kate Tame, Barbara Wright, Stephanie Conway, Croline King & Rachel Capovila. Textured Views. Latest works 4 Emma Rose and Neil Boynton. Ice-Cloud Mirror. Film together with watercolours by John Ruskin on the theme of mountain landscape and well being Dumfries GRACEFIELD ARTS CENTRE, 28 Edinburgh Road, DG1 1JQ, , php?page=gracefield Spring Fling Open Studio Visual art and craft. Over 90 studios open to the public and an array of additional activities May 25 - August 24 Joan Eardley. A Life in Painting. With photographs by Audrey Walker OTTERSBURN GALLERY, 2A Nith Avenue, Dumfries, DG1 1EF, , CLEUCH HOUSE, John Mellis Candlemaking, Auldgirth, DG2 0TP, Beeswax candles, hand-made beeswax furniture polish, hand-painted candle pots WHITHORN VISITOR CENTRE, George Street, Whithorn, DG8 8NS, , www. whithorn./whithorn-visitorcentre.htm THOMAS TOSH, 19 East Morton Street & 55 Drumlanrig Street, Thornhill, DG3 5LZ, , thomastosh. SPRING FLING OPEN STUDIOS, Gracefield Arts Centre, 28 Edinburgh Rd, DG1 1JQ, , Dundee DUNCAN OF JORDANSTONE COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN GALLERIES, University of Dundee, 13 Perth Road, DD1 4HT, , Fax: , Christian Boltanski, Nina Chua, Thomas A. Clark, Marcus Coates, Cullinan Richards, Helen Douglas, Alec Finlay, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Richard Hamilton, Sharon Kivland, Li Yuan-chia, Richard Long, Tracy Mackenna & Edwin Janssen, Bruce McLean, Yoko Ono. A book is a performance. May DJCAD Degree Show LAMB GALLERY, University of Dundee, Tower Building, Nethergate, DD1 4HN, , Policing the Nation. History of Policing in Scotland 5 Flash of Inspiration. An exhibition of Fine Art Photography from the University of Dundee Museum Collections HANNAH MACLURE CENTRE, University of Abertay, Top Floor, Abertay Student Centre, 1-3 Bell Street, DD1 1HP, , hannahmaclurecentre.abertay.ac.uk THE KRYSZTYNA GALLERY, 15A Nelson Street, DD1 2PN, , freeserve. Figurative works, limited edition prints & watercolours - viewing by appointment THE MCMANUS: ART GAL- LERY & MUSEUM, Albert Square, Meadowside, DD1 1DA, , Until August 11 What Presence!. The Rock Photography of Harry Papadopoulos Until August 31 Reflections from the Tay. Focuses more closely on artists with links to Dundee GALLERY Q, 160 Nethergate, DD1 4DU, , www. galleryq. Until May 18 Bling, String and Zing. Hand-crafted jewellery in gold, silver, gems and more by selected British Designers DUNDEE CONTEMPORARY ARTS (DCA), 152 Nethergate, DD1 4DY, , www. dca. Durham /artwguide.php East Lothian SEASHORE GALLERY, Marshall Street, Cockenzie, EH32 0HT, www. seashoregallery. June Mixed Exhibition. Ritchie Collins, Ronnie Fulton, Linda Lovitt, Louise Pringle, Elaine Bruce, Avesha Dewolfe, Richard Mackenzie, Jolomo, George Birrell, Sara Mead, Susie Grindey, Emma Ball and lots more DIRLETON GALLERY, Manse Road, Dirleton, EH39 5EL, , Spring Exhibition Doreen Shepherd Designs, tweeds from the Borders PETER POTTER GALLERY, 10 The Sands, Haddington, EH41 3EY, , Until May 23 David Faithfull. Earth, Wind and Fission. Three eras of coal, nuclear and wind power, and their enduring legacies in East Lothian POLDRATE ARTS AND CRAFTS CENTRE, Poldrate Granary, Haddington, EH41 4DA, , 2nd Saturday of each month Sew Forth. Sewing and Craft Group GULLANE ART GALLERY, 8 Stanley Road (Main Street), Gullane, EH31 2AD, , June Muriel Barclay, Pam Carter, Alexandra Gardner, Steve Johnston, Gail Pope and Derric van Rensburg. Edinburgh NATIONAL GALLERY OF SCOT- LAND, The Mound, Princes Street, EH2 2EL, , www. nationalgalleries.org, nationalgalleries.org Until June 9 Explores medium of ink. Comprising 35 works from the Gallery s world-class collection. THE ROYAL SCOTTISH ACAD- EMY BUILDING, Upper Galleries, artwork 178 May/June 2013 Page 7 The Mound, EH2 2EL, , Fax: , www. royalscottishacademy.org Until September 30 Ego. Self-portraits from the collections. SCOTTISH NATIONAL POR- TRAIT GALLERY, 1 Queen St, EH2 1JD, , www. nationalgalleries.org The House of Annie Lennox. Until December 31 The Modern Scot. Pioneers of Science. From portraits of John Logie Baird and Alexander Fleming to Dolly the sheep s death mask Blazing with Crimson. Tartan Portraits George Jamesone. Scotland s First Portrait Painter, 2014 Tickling Jock. Comedy Greats from Sir Harry Lauder to Billy Connolly Until December 31, 2014 Playing for Scotland. The Making of Modern Sport. Paintings, photographs, prints and a speciallymissioned film Until December 31, 2015 David Hume and Allan Ramsay. Citizens of the World. Display explores artists world, their friends, their families and their patrons SCOTTISH NATIONAL GAL- LERY OF MODERN ART, 75 Belford Road, EH4 3DR, , The Scottish Colourist Series: SJ Peploe. More than 100 paintings from public and private collections around the world Until December 8 D Daskalopoulos. From Death to Death and Other Small Tales. Masterpieces DEAN GALLERY, 75 Belford Road, EH4 3DR, , Harry Lauder, Billy Connolly and more. Tickling Jock. Comedy The Scottish Colourist Series: SJ Peploe. CITY ART CENTRE, 1-3 Market Street, EH1 1DE, , Fax: , gov.uk June 15 - September 8 Cecil Beaton, Erwin Blumenfeld, Helmut Newton, David Bailey, Guy Bourdin, Corinne Day, Mario Testino and Sølve Sundsbø. Coming into Fashion. A century of photography at Condé Nast THE FRUITMARKET GAL- LERY, 45 Market Street, EH1 1DF, , Fax: , Until July 14 David Batchelor. Drawings, paintings and photography INVERLEITH HOUSE, Royal Botanic Garden, 20a Inverleith Row, EH3 5LR, , June Beca Lipsbe and Lucy Mc- Kenzie. Atelier E.B.: Ost End Girls Collection Showroom. Rory McEwen ( ): The Tweed Road. Glass sculptures THE QUEEN S GALLERY, Palace of Holyroodhouse, Abbeyhill, EH8 8DX, , www. royalcollection. Until July 21 Cairo to Constantinople. Early Photographs of the Middle East TALBOT RICE GALLERY, University of Edinburgh, Old College, South Bridge, EH8 9YL, , BOURNE FINE ART, 6 Dundas Street, EH3 6HZ, , Until May 18 James Cowie Until May 18 Stuart Franklin THE DI ROLLO GALLERY, 18a Dundas Street, EH3 6HZ, , OPEN EYE GALLERY, 34 Abercromby Place, EH3 6QE, , Until May 11 Susan Kerr. New Jewellery. Floral imagery and patterns Until May 13 Carola Gordon. Edinburgh Aspects, Allotments and Antiques. Paintings - views of the allotments, alleyways, houses and gardens of Edinburgh Until May 15 Henry Fraser. This Must Be The Place. Latest signature portraits EYE TWO GALLERY, 34 Abercromby Place, EH3 6QE, , Fax: , www. openeyegallery./i2/ Contact gallery for more information Peter Blake, Allen Jones, Richard Hamilton, David Hockney, Joe Tilson and Robyn Denny. London Scene. THE SCOTTISH GALLERY, 16 Dundas Street, EH3 6HZ, , Fax: , www. scottish-gallery. May 6 - June 1 George Devlin. New paintings and pastel drawings May 6 - June 1 John Creed. Exposures. Solo exhibition 9 Merete Rasmussen. New Ceramics. 9 Heather Woof. Windswept. Sculpture - hand cut titanium and mild steel SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT BUILDING, The Scottish Parliament, Holyrood, EH99 1SP TORRANCE GALLERY, 36 Dundas Street, EH3 6JN, , May Stuart Herd and Linda Clark. June 1-22 Davy Brown. June 29 - July 20 Vega. THE DUNDAS STREET GAL- LERY, 6a Dundas Street, EH3 6HZ INGLEBY GALLERY, 15 Calton Road, EH8 8DL, , Until July 13 Garry Fabian Miller. The Middle Place. Photography COLLECTIVE GALLERY, Cockburn Street, EH1 1NY, , May Rachel Maclean. New Work Scotland Programme. Explores a dark, edic parody of the fairytale, video game and horror movie genres EDINBURGH PRINTMAKERS WORKSHOP GALLERY, 23 Union Street, EH1 3LR, , Fax: , www. edinburgh-printmakers. Until May 11 Marilène Oliver. Confusao. 8 Edinburgh Printmakers Short Film Award. Call for Submissions. Opportunity for young, emerging artists to submit their work to the panel PATRIOTHALL WASPS, 1d Patriothall, off Hamilton Place, Stockbridge, EH3 5AY, , Until May 12 Susie Keith. Edinburgh Night and Day. New oil paintings May Art Space in Nature. Students of Edinburgh College Art MFA ROYAL FINE ART COMMIS- SION GALLERY, Bakehouse Close, 146 Canongate, Midlothian, EH8 8DD STILLS GALLERY, 23 Cockburn Street, EH1 1BP, , Until July 21 Second Sight. Photography ADAM HOUSE, 3 Chambers Street, EH1 1HR, TARTAN GALLERY AT THE LAUREL GALLERY, The Laurel Gallery, 58 St Stephen Street, Stockbridge, EH3 5AL, , THE ADAM POTTERY, 76 Henderson Row, EH3 5BJ, , Thrown, sculptural and handbuilt ceramics PENICUIK COMMUNITY ARTS ASSOCIATION, 4 West Street, Penicuik, Midlothian, EH26 9DL, , org EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART, Lauriston Place, EH3 9DF, , Fax: , LEITH SCHOOL OF ART, 25 North Junction Street, EH6 6HW, , Fax: , 4 Kittie Jones. Flying Creatures. Prints and Paintings July 15 - August 23 Staff Summer Show. NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCOT- LAND, Chambers Street, EH1 1HF, , Until May 12 Vikings!. Warriors, explorers, pirates and merchants - what do we really know about the people we call Vikings? Art from Iran. Discover highlights from over eight centuries of Iranian art May 10 - September 8 Amazing Amber. Reveals the origins, properties and uses of this precious substance May 24 - September 29 Ilana Halperin. The Library. Explores time through fossils, minerals and geological sculptures in The Library June 28 - November 17 Mary Queen of Scots. Discover the dramatic story of Mary, Queen of Scots NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SCOTLAND, George IV Bridge, EH1 1EW, , Fax: ISTITUTO ITALIANO DI CULTURA, 82 Nicolson Street, EH8 9EW, Ongoing arts lectures, exhibitions & performances; Italian classes DANISH CULTURAL INSTI- TUTE, 3 Doune Terrace, EH3 6DY, , Fax: , Check website for more details L INSTITUT FRANÇAIS IF YOU RE ever in Castle Douglas in the southwest, stop by the town clock in the main street and look for a shop window displaying a button-back armchair, a slate-grey cupboard with oak top and some gorgeous baskets imported from Poland. This is the premises of Kenny and Ian Livingston, who design, sell and restore furniture. Long before Castle Douglas became Scotland s Food Town with its delicatessens and other country fare outlets, A.D Livingston & Sons, was supplying furniture to the local farmers and gentry. The business traces its roots back to the 1890s, when Kenny and Ian s grandfather set up his furniture shop. Perhaps the secret of the business s longevity is the family s adaptability. In the 1950s and 1960s Alec Livingston, Ian and Kenny s father, sold reproduction furniture. When Ian joined the business as a furniture restorer, the local munity, with its large country houses and prosperous farms, was delighted to have the chance of getting their antiques spruced up. The restoration side is important, says Kenny. People who own nice furniture need to have it maintained, so that s what we do. Two doors down from their showroom, in a light, airy workshop, Ian mends broken table legs, reseats sagging armchairs and renovates marquetry and wood veneers. On the morning I visited, sunlight streamed through the window on to a row of chairs: high-backed, half-moon shaped, winged, Victorian and Regency samples, not to mention ornate stools and velvetcovered armchairs. A wall covered with shelves held dozens of tools, glue and other substances. For a furniture restorer, adaptability is a prerequisite; not only must he cut in a straight line and be expert in woodwork but he should see how an object is put together. When you repair a piece of furniture, explains Kenny, you have to de-construct it and then make it again. When the two brothers entered the business in the 1980s, they made changes: while Ian restored old furniture, Kenny sold it. That s the way they operated until the antique market became less bullish. In the past ten years they have sold contemporary pieces. It s all about fashion! explains Kenny. Our father thought it was odd, when in the 1980s, we sold brown furniture because in his day everyone threw it out. Then at the beginning of this century people stopped wanting old stuff and looked for something new. Now tastes are changing again and they want vintage furniture. In spite of their reputation for restoration, the Livingstons, are known for their bespoke furniture and design. This area is Kenny s responsibility. A customer may e with an idea, which I convert into a design. I then send the drawings to a furniture-making pany which makes up the piece for me. As my eye rested on a simple, wellproportioned dresser in the Livingstons showroom, I asked Kenny if he had designed it. He nodded. The taste in Dumfries & Galloway is quite traditional, he admitted. But if people want something different, they can have it. You have to remember, though, that the very unconventional may not work as well as a traditional design that has stood the test of time. But there are exceptions; some Scandinavian designs from the 1950s have lasted and now we re even restoring these pieces in our workshop. A while back, the Livingston brothers added another strand to their furniture empire and turned the front part of Ian s workshop into a gallery. When I visited it, the best results of six Galloway photographers hung on the walls of the intimate, exhibition room. These contemporary images, suggests Kenny, plement our contemporary furniture. The gallery idea was a logical step to take. The brothers had a space with lots of lovely light and because there has always been interest in art in the south-west, particularly the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright, they decided to give it a go. When considering the county s affiliation with the Glasgow Boys and their connection with Kirkcudbright, it seemed a good plan to offer a gallery space for showing local art. You might wonder what will happen to the business once Ian and Kenny retire. It would be sad if the knowledge and expertise of three generations were to be lost. However, there is hope that a young Livingston will step into the breach. Kenny s daughter works part-time in the showroom and has a passion for design. With luck, A. D. Livingston & Sons may celebrate another half century of supplying and restoring furniture to homes in the south-west. KRYSZTYNA GALLERY 15a Nelson Street Dundee DD1 2PN DRAWINGS, PAINTINGS AND PRINTS Tel: THE For more information please visit / Download the app / Follow us on / facebook Spring Fling Open Studios For quality visual art and craft look no further than Spring Fling 2013 in Dumfries and Galloway. With over 90 studios open to the public and an array of additional activities over the late May bank holiday weekend the 11th Spring Fling promises to be bigger and better than ever. 24 Thistle Street, Aberdeen AB10 1XD T: E: W: GALLERY HEINZEL C O N T E M P O R A R Y A R T SUMMER EXHIBITION A selection of work by gallery artists Continues throughout July and August Open: Monday to Saturday from 10am SHAZIA MAHMOOD The Cuillin Ridge from Elgol Oil on canvas, 23.5cm x 30cm Order restored up a close in Castle Douglas Mary Gladstone visits an established family furniture firm Maxwell Macleod: it s serious Our fearless columnist from the North is having pangs of conscience about aiding and abetting the windmill merchants I NEED your help the trouble is that at the moment I am earning most of my living as a consultant to the wind farm industry and I loathe wind farms. Perhaps loathe wind farms is not the right expression, loathe the way that wind farms are being managed in Scotland is probably a bit more accurate. Without a word of exaggeration I would say that it is one of the worst scandals to have hit the Highlands since the Clearances. You think I exaggerate? Read on. Let s look at the four most mon criticisms of wind farms 1. They are often noisy True; 2. They are often ugly True; 3. Often inefficient True; 4 The already rich are being paid massive amounts at the expense of the average punter True. So, you may not unreasonably ask, if that is my position why am I degrading myself by working for such a despicable industry? Simple. It needn t be like that, and we can, and should, be trying to turn around this monstrous influence on our lives in the Highlands before it does any more damage. And there are a number of us who are trying to do just that. Let me show you the other side of the coin from the criticisms First, we in Scotland possess perhaps 80 per cent of the best sites in Europe. Placed in the right place with plenty of wind and reasonable access to power lines, turbines can and will provide a huge amount of energy, which is why so many of them have been built and run successfully around the world, often with no subsidy at all. So if any one ever says But they are inefficient point that out. There is absolutely no reason why we cannot provide a massive input into our currently desperate energy needs using wind turbines as part of the energy generation industry and all the faults that I have defined neutralised or at least lessened. Except we are making the most monumental hash of the way we are handling the issue. The trouble is that we are globally addicted to the notion that any government interference into any mercial activity will inevitably bring about inefficiency, which is pretty much true if your only criteria is short term mercial gain, but often the absolute antithesis when it es If to bringing about justice and advantages for both people and planet. If, twenty years ago when I first stated writing about thisissue, we had started by saying we need to gain a certain amount of energy from Scotland s wind, made a prehensive evaluation of our landscape and grid and then offered reasonable pensation to those who were going to be affected and built using a national plan then we would have achieved a great deal. Instead we threw the challenge to the free market as a result of which we now have the country being covered with currently around two thousand turbines and the likelihood of there soon being twice that many, some over four hundred feet high, and some, nay many, inappropriate. Many such turbines will be in the wrong places, a huge proportion of the revenues gained (and we are talking billions of pounds per year) will be leaving the Highlands and some of our finest landscapes will be polluted for at least twenty five years. Then there is the social mayhem that is being caused. People ask. Why should my laird, who lives in London, get a million a year from these machines when it s my view that s being ruined? And the corruption is endemic. There is money laundering going on, and false promises being made, and skulduggery of the worst kind, often perpetuated by money that es from dubious sources. I can t prove anything yet but I have witnessed how the mafia works in New York, Bulgaria, The Bahamas and the Philippines and I know the smell of bad money when I sense it, and my God Scotland currently stinks of it like the worst kind of cesspit. Then there is the scandal of the access lines. Spaces are being bought in the systems that will never be used. Deals done based not on need but greed. Options to develop being bought from farmers by developers who have no intention of activating them. The whole thing is grotesque. None of this need have happened if the whole thing had been properly planned and centrally impliented. In a fortnight s time half a dozen of us will be meeting in a cottage in Skye to look at some of these issues. Our plan is to set up a pany run by Scots, for Scots and with virtually every single aspect of what we do being transparently accessible on line. If at all possible all our projects will be on sites which would provide viable energy even if there were no subsidy, a higher than average munity benefit will be paid on all our schemes and just to make sure that we stick to our founding principles we are employing four neutral adjudicators, well known Highland statesmen and women, who will have the task of making sure we stick to our aims. What s our motivation? Well, money to an extent, but there is also a genuine altruism, largely because we love the Highlands. Will it work? Will anything e of our high minded intentions? Probably not, but we will at least give it a go. What are you going to do? (Simple: Rescue the privatised North of Scotland Hydro-Electric Board from its private owners, re-nationalise it at cost, restore the social remit it had and use it as the vehicle to bring sane, renewable energy not just to the North, but to the whole of Scotland. Ed.) LOCHABER ART CLUB ANNUAL EXHIBITION Sat 25 May - Wed 5 June 10am - 6pm (not Saturday) Ben Nevis Distillery, Fort William RELOCATION JOHN NELSON PAINTINGS & PRINTS KIRKLATCH COTTAGE, 26 Milton Place Pittenweem Fife KY10 2LS On A mins from St Andrews 15 mins from Elie T: M: SCOTTISH PHOTOGRAPHIC CIRCLE Sunday 2 to Sunday 30 June am to 8.00pm Free Admission Showing a range of work by current members, the Scottish Photographic Circle was founded in 1907 to promote Pictorial Photography in Scotland by means of exhibitions, lectures and discussions. East Kilbride Arts Centre Gallery Old Coach Road East Kilbride G74 4DU Phone: Marbles & Others Metal Wood Commission work Monday to Friday from 9.00am till 1.00pm Weekends by appointment Camphill School, Northdeeside Road, Murtle, Bieldside, AB15 9EP SCULPTURE WORKSHOP ALBERTINO COSTA SCULPTURES

5 artwork 178 May/June 2013 Page 8 artwork 178 May/June 2013 Page 9 The College, South Bridge, EH8 9YL, , March 16 - May 4 Anthony Hatwell. Drawn Away Together. Sculpture and Drawing BOURNE FINE ART, 6 Dundas Street, EH3 6HZ, , Until March 16 Twentieth Century Scottish Pictures. THE DI ROLLO GALLERY, 18a Dundas Street, EH3 6HZ, , OPEN EYE GALLERY, 34 Abercromby Place, EH3 6QE, , Until March 13 David Forster. New Paintings. Landscape Donald Provan. Still Water. Recent paintings of fish, seascapes and landscapes March 18 - April 3 Simon Laurie. New Paintings. Paul Barnes and David Schofield. Akin. EYE TWO GALLERY, 34 Abercromby Place, EH3 6QE, , Fax: , www. openeyegallery./i2/ Contact gallery for more information Until March 9 Paolozzi, Moore, Butler, Armitage and Chadwick. Sculptors and their Prints. Featuring printed works THE SCOTTISH GALLERY, 16 Dundas Street, EH3 6HZ, , Fax: , www. scottish-gallery. March 6-30 Clive Bowen at 70. Claire Harkness. Indian Tigerlands. Solo exhibition Also Hannah Louise Lamb, Beth Legg, Catherine Mannheim, Marlene McKibbin, Kazuko Mitsushima, Jacqueline Ryan, Ruth Tomlinson. Diving for Pearls. Mixed jewellery. including Jane Adam, Marianne Anderson, Malcolm Appleby, Zoe Arnold, Stephen Bottomley, Jack Cunningham, Anna Gordon, Loekie Heintzberger, Dorothy Hogg. Anne Redpath. Paintings and Works on Paper. TORRANCE GALLERY, 36 Dundas Street, EH3 6JN, , Until March 9 Tom Watt. March Ken Ferguson and Mark Holden. April 6 - May 4 Spring Exhibition. Jewellery by Sheana Stephen. Over 70 Gallery Artists THE DUNDAS STREET GAL- LERY, 6a Dundas Street, EH3 6HZ April 8-13 SSAA Spring Exhibition with guest artist Gordon Mitchell INGLEBY GALLERY, 15 Calton Road, EH8 8DL, , Until March 30 Frank Walter. Songs of Innocence and Experience. Presents three unique and unpromising figures from the story of 20th century art Until April 30 John Stezaker. Billboard for Edinburgh. COLLECTIVE GALLERY, Cockburn Street, EH1 1NY, , Until March 24 Conor Kelly and Calvin Lain. New Work Scotland Programme. EDINBURGH PRINTMAKERS WORKSHOP GALLERY, 23 Union Street, EH1 3LR, , Fax: , March 16 - May 11 Marilène Oliver. Confusao. PATRIOTHALL WASPS, 1d Patriothall, off Hamilton Place, Stockbridge, EH3 5AY, , March Eric Cruikshank. Colour as Subject. Works on paper ROYAL FINE ART COMMISSION GALLERY, Bakehouse Close, 146 Canongate, Midlothian, EH8 8DD STILLS GALLERY, 23 Cockburn Street, EH1 1BP, , Until March 15 Paul Charlton. Alt-Photo Festival. Presents two recent bodies of work, Tree of Life (2012) and Sleeper (2013) Until April 21 Various artists. Economy. ADAM HOUSE, 3 Chambers Street, EH1 1HR, TARTAN GALLERY AT THE LAUREL GALLERY, The Laurel Gallery, 58 St Stephen Street, Stockbridge, EH3 5AL, , tartangallery. THE ADAM POTTERY, 76 Henderson Row, EH3 5BJ, , Thrown, sculptural and handbuilt ceramics PENICUIK COMMUNITY ARTS ASSOCIATION, 4 West Street, Penicuik, Midlothian, EH26 9DL, , EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART, Lauriston Place, EH3 9DF, , Fax: , www. eca.ac.uk LEITH SCHOOL OF ART, 25 North Junction Street, EH6 6HW, Hospitality + Visiting a social experiment in Huntly Bill Williams visits the town that proclaims that it is the venue to test notions of travel and hospitality within munity and socially engaged art (sic) OVER THE past decade the Aberdeenshire town of Huntly has been at the centre of an experiment in the arts. As the home of Deveron Arts very substantial sums of public money have flowed into the town to support this experiment. In the past five years alone Creative Scotland and its predecessor the Scottish Arts Council have contributed over 490,000. Aberdeenshire Council, listed as one of the supporters, did not respond to a request from ArtWork for details of its contributions. Other supporters are listed as the EU Leader programme and the various Lottery funds. We chose a day when, according to their website, Deveron Arts would be weling back to the town a group of international arts curators who had been engaged in an operation they had given the name of Fernweh. This, according to the website, was a travellingcurator project that aims to investigate notions of travel and hospitality within munity and socially engaged art. Its objectives were said to be to consider the notions of art in munity (rural-urban) through a hosting, visiting and travelling programme in collaboration with a series of munities and institutions across Scotland. Four locations including Lumsden (the Scottish Sculpture Workshop), Timespan at Helmsdale, ATLAS on Skye and IOTA in Inverness were to be visited by rail (slightly tricky for Lumsden and Skye?), all the while discussing the notions of Conversation + Dialogue; Community + Place; Travel + Remoteness and Urban/ Rural Dialogue. On Saturday May 4, said the website, they were to e together in Huntly for a final symposium reflecting on the above themes within the topic of Hospitality + Visiting. Aha, thought your ArtWork sleuth, that should be interesting. Sleuth duly arrives in the town to test particularly the last thesis of Hospitality + Visiting, but alas, and alack, the final symposium proved to be a closed doors event in the town s Destiny Café, with a sign outside which proclaimed that it was closed for Private Function till 1pm. So, the ideal opportunity then to go out and test the impact of all this expenditure on the town itself. First stop, Tourist Information in the Square. What can you tell me about Deveron Arts? Frantic search for supporting evidence. Sadly nothing tangible (or printed) was to be found. Next stop the Brander Library next door. This fine public building houses the organisation s offices, but not surprisingly, there was no one in they all had a date with Destiny. Wasn t there also the Empty Shop? The empty shop is the former premises of Gauld and Sons, Grocers, Fruiterers and Confectioners. Blackboards attached to the exterior proclaim this is now the public face of Deveron Arts, with a number of slogans and messages for passers by. Though empty, the Empty Shop was preparing for an event in the afternoon. More promising? The much vaunted symposium on travel and hospitality? Sorry, this one is private too. No doubt if we had announced ourselves as (semi-) cultured folk, from the press (even ArtWork) we would have been weled into the body of the kirk. But that was hardly the point. A great deal of public money has been and is still being poured into this experiment. It is legitimate to examine quite what is being undertaken and what impact it is having on ordinary people. Questioning folk at random is not a very scientific way of gauging public opinion. It was somewhat unfortunate that the day we visited was the day when the local paper, the Huntly Express, carried an excoriating letter from a local reader damning Deveron Arts s latest ploy, to appoint a 22 thousand a year Cultural Health Visitor for the town as patronising at best and demanding that the pletely ridiculous scheme should be cancelled as soon as possible , Fax: , SCOTTISH ARTS CLUB, Rutland Square, EH1 2BW, 0131 Until March 15 March 14 - April 9 Mark Powell, Allan Robertson and Régine Lafaye. Feast or Famine. Brian Baker. Aspects of Leith. July 15 - August 23 Falkirk Staff Summer Show. NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCOT- THE PARK GALLERY AND LAND, Chambers Street, EH1 1HF, CALLENDAR HOUSE, Callendar , Park, FK1 1YR, , Until April 7 venues/park-gallery, Dr Livingstone, I Presume?. Celebrates the bicentenary of Livingstone s birth, bringing a new focus to Until April 21 the man, the myth and his legacy It has to be said that virtually every Olivia Brown. Reggie s Roller Palace. Until April 28 Huntlyonian questioned referred Art from Iran. Discover highlights THE WEST END GALLERY, from over eight centuries of somewhat gleefully to this letter, though, 3-45 West Bridge Street, FK1 5AZ, Iranian art , Until May 12 in fairness, town traders in particular Vikings!. Warriors, explorers, acknowledged that the venture did bring KING S COURT GALLERIES, pirates and merchants - what do we The Picture Shop, 1-7 Kings Court, really know about the people we call business to the town. FK1 1PG, , Fax: Vikings? , NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SCOTLAND, George IV Bridge, In addition, of the 100,000 award, more Artist s materials - painting, jewellery, ceramics, framing, sculpture, EH1 1EW, , Fax: than half was to be distributed in local designer furniture and fashion range ISTITUTO ITALIANO DI DELTA STUDIOS, Lochlands grants and there had been a very healthy CULTURA, 82 Nicolson Street, EH8 Business Park, Larbert, FK5 3NS, 9EW, response to a call for applicants, , Ongoing arts lectures, exhibitions & net performances; Italian classes In addition to this, Artists studios and workspaces for rent or lease DANISH CULTURAL INSTITUTE, under the Creative Whether, in these straitened times, this is 3 Doune Terrace, EH3 6DY, 0131 FORTH VALLEY OPEN STU , Fax: , www. Places Award scheme, really the best way to support and foster DIOS, 29 Gartcows Crescent, FK1 dancult. 5QH, Huntly, through interest in the arts is very much open to Check website for more details L INSTITUT FRANÇAIS Deveron Arts, has question. Perhaps ArtWork should get on An annual nine-day event which takes place in the Forth Valley, D ECOSSE, 13 Randolph Crescent, EH3 7TT, , Fax: 0131 received another oneoff contribution of Showcase Exhibition. the train and ask a few fellow travellers. Central Scotland , May 25 - July 31 MCCREA GALLERY, 298 Portobello High Street, EH15 2AS, 100,000. mccreagallery.wordpress. Fife GREYFRIARS KIRK, 86 Candlemaker Row, EH1 2QQ, The citation for this KIRKCALDY ART CLUB, Hot Pot Wynd, Dysart, Kirkcaldy, KY1 1900, award notes that: 2TQ, , MORNING SIDE GALLERY, 94 Morningside Road, EH10 4BY, 0131 The Creative Places Award will enable Huntly to create a March , roaming initiative, Walks of Life... and over three years, including Open Weekend and Annual Exhibition artists at work plus hands-on MCNAUGHTAN S BOOKSHOPS the Year of Natural Scotland and Homeing Scotland, local arts experience AND GALLERY, 3a & 4a Haddington Place, EH7 4AE, , groups and individual artists will be able to collaborate on a new EAST NEUK OF FIFE OPEN STUDIOS, East Neuk, initiative Hospitality in Huntly and District. 249, Until Mach 30 Philip Archer Wood Engravings:: Intrigued by this last reference, ArtWork decided to investigate Collection of an Artist June 8-16 (Saturdays and further and attempt to ARTS COMPLEX, St Margaret s Sundays only) House, 151 London Road, EH8 gauge what impact all Open Studios. Paintings, drawings, 7TG., prints, ceramics, etchings, illustrations, jewellery, weaving, textile March 9-17 this expenditure on the art and more Aileen Grant and Rona Maclean. No town had had. Woman is an Island. Landscapes, GERRY PINE GALLERY, Gerry seascapes, painting and printmaking Pine, 67 Nethergate North, Crail, KY10 3TX, , www. DOVECOT STUDIOS, 10 Infirmary artincrail., Street, EH1 1LT, , SHAZIA MAHMOOD : ON THE EDGE chessmail. Fax: , mary ann rogers summer exhibition Paintings in Oil and Mixed Media drews. Weekend and weekly courses Landscape Painting near St An- Until March 30 in the medieval fishing village of Wendy Ramshaw. Room of Dreams June, 2013 Crail - one of the driest and sunniest April 26 - June 1 new paintings and prints, also a range of climates in the UK! Julie Brook. Made, unmade. Landscape, drawings, sculpture KIRKCALDY MUSEUM & beautiful gifts featuring mary ann rogers artwork ART GALLERY, War Memorial Gdns, Abbotshall Road, Until December 20 (Saturdays SUBSCRIPTION See our website for further details Only) Kirkcaldy, KY1 1YG, Tapestry and Rug Collection , COBURG HOUSE ART STUDIOS, mary ann rogers FORM index.cfm?fuseaction=facility. 15 Coburg Street, EH6 6ET, 0131 display&facid=40f4b75a-9e , coburghouseartstudios. 49EE-8ED78C102491E124 wordpress., gallery ON PITTENWEEM ARTS FESTIVAL, yahoo. Festival Office, 47 High Street, WHITESPACE GALLERY, 11 Pittenweem, KY10 2PG, West Woodburn, Hexham PAGES Gayfield Square, EH1 3NT, , , Northumberland NE48 2SE 2 AND 3 SCOTTISH SOCIETY OF ARCHI- TECT ARTISTS, RIAS, 15 Rutland ABBOT HOUSE, 21 Maygate, Square, EH1 2BE, open: mon 24th June Mon 15th July 11am-5pm daily Dunfermline, KY12 7NE, , Full programme of exhibitions April 8-13 tel: Spring Issue throughout the year, visit website or Gordon Mitchell. Spring Exhibition. call for details MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD, 42 ART ROOM 59, 59 Townhill Road, High Street, Royal Mile, High Street, Dunfermline, KY12 0JF, EH1 1TG, , www. 186, edinburghmuseums. CRAIL POTTERY, 75 Nethergate, THE PEOPLE S STORY MUSE- The Square, Crail, KY10 3TX, UM, 163 Canongate Tolbooth, Royal Alexander Wilson , Mile, EH8 8BN, , Paisley's Poet Huge variety of handthrown THE WRITERS MUSEUM, Lady stoneware, terracotta, earthenware Stairs House, Lady Stairs Close, America's Ornithologist & raku Lawnmarket, EH1 2PA SCOTTISH FISHERIES MU- LAURISTON CASTLE, 2a SEUM, St Ayles, Harbourhead, Cramond Road South, Davidson s The new on-line art gallery for everyone. Anstruther, KY10 3AB, Mains, EH4 5QD 14 June - 1 Sept 628, MUSEUM OF EDINBURGH, Free admission Until March 31 Huntly House, 142 Canongate, Drop-in. Sunday Knitting Circle Royal Mile, High Street, EH8 8DD, March 15 - April , Peter Luti Paisley National Science Week workshops Galleria Luti Callander MAY - 11 AUGUST 2013 Until May 5 GLADSTONES GALLERY, 477B Museum Science and Sea Monsters. Lawnmarket, EH1 2NT, theparkgallery FISHER STUDIO AND GAL LERY, High Street, ST JOHN S EPISCOPAL Callendar House, Callendar Park, Falkirk FK11YR, Tel Pittenweem, KY10 2LA, CHURCH, Princes Street, Midlothian, EH2 4BJ, CONTEMPORARY SCOTTISH LANDSCAPE GALLERY High Street, Paisley, PA1 2BA Opening hours: Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm Sun: 2pm-5pm , TRAVERSE THEATRE ATRIUM, Last admission 4pm Free Admission Mixed exhibition including James 10 Cambridge Street, EH1 2ED, Fraser and Astrid Trugg. Changes to essa-scottishart. the exhibition throughout May, June Maisie & Mac and July. Check website for details 3D/2D, Unit 3, Albion Business Centre, 78 Albion Road, EH7 5QZ, From March , Fax: , Fiona MacLeod, Jan Fisher, Anna Fisher, Vanessa Bullick, Maralyn Reed-Wood, Lewis Banks, Gary GALLERY TEN, 10 Stafford Street, Brown and others. Spring Exhibition. Work by gallery artists and EH3 7AU, Art & Contemporary Craft Until March 10 craft-workers Catherine Rayner, Alice Melvin, THE COACH HOUSE GALLERY, Robbie Porter, Kelly Stewart and School Wynd, Pittenweem, Anstruther, KY10 2PN, Laurie Hastings. Illustrators at TEN. Children s Story Time THE LITTLE GALLERY, 20 High March 15 - April 21 Alfons Bytautas. New Works on Street, Pittenweem, KY10 2LA, paper Open Road, Auchterless (detail) April 26 - May 26 Fabulous work from artists and HERON GALLERY AND BIS- John Heywood, Cat Outram, Laura Solo Exhibition by Jonathan Shearer, oils and sketches TRO, 15A High Street, Pittenweem, Gressani & Others. An Edinburgh NORTHERN of the North West Highlands and North East Coast. KY10 2LA, , www. designer-makers from all over View. EXPOSURE the UK... April 28th - June 6th LEYLODGE, ABERDEENSHIRE, ( 5 mins from A96), AB51 0XY 10-5, Mon-Sat, 1 St Catherine St, Cupar, Fife Storm Passing Plockton, 46 x 61cm herongallery. Bistro within a gallery JOHN NELSON STUDIO GAL- LERY, Kirklatch Cottage, 26 Milton Place, Pittenweem KY10 2LS Featuring paintings by John Nelson FOURSTICKS FRAMING, The Cottage, Greenbrig Rd, Barnyards, Kilconquhar, KY9 1PA, , GRISELDA HILL POTTERY LTD, Kirkbrae, Ceres, Cupar, KY15 5ND, , Fax: Wemyss Ware. Fife s famous hand painted pottery CUPAR ARTS & HERITAGE PROJECT (CAHP), 5 Ashlar Park, Lovers Lane, Cupar, KY15 5AQ, PETE CURA PICTURE FRAM- ING, At the Gallery, Burnside, Cupar, KY15 4BH, Lino cuts by Barbara Robertson, Caricatures by Donald Smart, New editions by Sonas MacLean. Framing: over 100 mouldings to choose from KILNS GALLERY & GIFT SHOP, 15 Main Street, Limekilns, KY11 3HL, , Exhibition of new works by local artists, inc. ceramic robins and wrens by Simon Griffiths KINGHORN GALLERY, Kinghorn, KY3 9RT, , SUN GALLERY, 154 High Street, Newburgh, KY14 6DZ, , Original paintings, local crafts, artists materials. Giclée prints STUDIO 222 Gallery nd Workshop, High Street, NewburghKY14 6DZ wwwfacebook./crafts222 Stained glass, original paintings, jewellery, ceramics, textiles and hsnd-printed cards CULROSS POTTERY AND GALLERY (& BISCUIT CAFÉ), Sandhaven, Culross, (near Dunfermline), KY12 8JG, , Fax: , www. culrosspottery., culrosspottery. THE QUAY GALLERY, The Shore, Aberdour, KY3 0TY, , MORNING SIDE GALLERY, 94 Morningside Road, EH10 4BY, , MCNAUGHTAN S BOOKSHOPS AND GALLERY, 3a & 4a Haddington Place, EH7 4AE, , Until Mach 30 Philip Archer Wood Engravings:: Collection of an Artist ARTS COMPLEX, St Margaret s House, 151 London Road, EH8 7TG., March 9-17 Aileen Grant and Rona Maclean. No Woman is an Island. Landscapes, seascapes, painting and printmaking DOVECOT STUDIOS, 10 Infirmary Street, EH1 1LT, , Fax: , www. dovecotstudios. Until March 30 Wendy Ramshaw. Room of Dreams. April 26 - June 1 Julie Brook. Made, unmade. Landscape, drawings, sculpture Until December 20 (Saturdays Only) Tapestry and Rug Collection. COBURG HOUSE ART STU- DIOS, 15 Coburg Street, EH6 6ET, , coburghouseartstudios.wordpress., coburg. WHITESPACE GALLERY, 11 Gayfield Square, EH1 3NT, , SCOTTISH SOCIETY OF ARCHITECT ARTISTS, RIAS, 15 Rutland Square, EH1 2BE, www. ssaagallery. April 8-13 Gordon Mitchell. Spring Exhibition. MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD, 42 High Street, Royal Mile, High Street, EH1 1TG, , THE PEOPLE S STORY MU- SEUM, 163 Canongate Tolbooth, Royal Mile, EH8 8BN, , THE WRITERS MUSEUM, Lady Stairs House, Lady Stairs Close, Lawnmarket, EH1 2PA LAURISTON CASTLE, 2a Cramond Road South, Davidson s Mains, EH4 5QD MUSEUM OF EDINBURGH, Huntly House, 142 Canongate, Royal Mile, High Street, EH8 8DD, , GLADSTONES GALLERY, 477B Lawnmarket, EH1 2NT, ST JOHN S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Princes Street, Midlothian, EH2 4BJ, TRAVERSE THEATRE ATRIUM, 10 Cambridge Street, EH1 2ED, essa-scottishart. 3D/2D, Unit 3, Albion Business

6 The artwork 178 May/June 2013 Page 10 D ECOSSE, 13 Randolph Crescent, EH3 7TT, , Fax: , MCCREA GALLERY, 298 Portobello High Street, EH15 2AS, mccreagallery.wordpress. GREYFRIARS KIRK, 86 Candlemaker Row, EH1 2QQ, , MORNING SIDE GALLERY, 94 Morningside Road, EH10 4BY, , MCNAUGHTAN S BOOKSHOPS AND GALLERY, 3a & 4a Haddington Place, EH7 4AE, , May 7 - June 1 Ardent Form. Print, photography and jewellery June 4-29 Emily Little. Painting and sculpture ART S COMPLEX, St Margaret s House, 151 London Road, EH8 7TG., OCEAN TERMINAL SHOPPING CENTRE, Ocean Drive, Leith, EH6 6JJ, , DOVECOT STUDIOS, 10 Infirmary Street, EH1 1LT, , Fax: , Julie Brook. Made, unmade. Landscape, drawings, sculpture Until December 20 (Saturdays Only) Tapestry and Rug Collection. COBURG HOUSE ART STUDIOS, 15 Coburg Street, EH6 6ET, , coburghouseartstudios. wordpress., yahoo. Until May 8 Ken Russell and Moira Russell. Serendipity III. Paintings WHITESPACE GALLERY, 11 Gayfield Square, EH1 3NT, , Until May 9 Leviathan Art Collective. Original art work SCOTTISH SOCIETY OF ARCHI- TECT ARTISTS, RIAS, 15 Rutland Square, EH1 2BE, MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD, 42 High Street, Royal Mile, High Street, EH1 1TG, , www. edinburghmuseums. THE PEOPLE S STORY MUSEUM, 163 Canongate Tolbooth, Royal Mile, EH8 8BN, , www. edinburghmuseums. THE WRITERS MUSEUM, Lady Stairs House, Lady Stairs Close, Lawnmarket, EH1 2PA LAURISTON CASTLE, 2a Cramond Road South, Davidson s Mains, EH4 5QD MUSEUM OF EDINBURGH, Huntly House, 142 Canongate, Royal Mile, High Street, EH8 8DD, , Until September 21 Silver of the Stars. Combines contemporary silver with a glimpse into the world of the stars through the stories acpanying each design GLADSTONES GALLERY, 477B Lawnmarket, EH1 2NT, ST JOHN S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Princes Street, Midlothian, EH2 4BJ, TRAVERSE THEATRE ATRIUM, 10 Cambridge Street, EH1 2ED, essascottishart. 3D/2D, Unit 3, Albion Business Centre, 78 Albion Road, EH7 5QZ, , Fax: , GALLERY TEN, 10 Stafford Street, West End, EH3 7AU, John Heywood, Cat Outram, Peter Standen, Laura Gressani, Gillian Murray, Kelly Stewart, Douglas Davies, James Willis, Jane Hyslop. Also David Faithfull, George Donald, Lynn McGregor, Anne Forte and others. An Edinburgh View - Edinburgh and its environs. Prints, etching, screenprint, relief, monoprints and painting May 31 - June 30 Paul Musgrove. Archaeoprint - A Hidden Landscape. Prints July 5-28 Ben Eine, Blek le Rat, Dolk and others. Urban Art. Prints August 2 - September 2 Tom Leighton, Rebecca King, Norman McBeath, Nicola Murray and others. Print Fusion. A Festival Print Exhibition SCOTTISH ARTS CLUB, 24 Rutland Square, EH1 2BW, Falkirk THE PARK GALLERY AND CALLENDAR HOUSE, Callendar Park, FK1 1YR, , venues/park-gallery, falkirkmunitytrust.org Until August 11 Fraser Ross. Senses. THE WEST END GALLERY, 3-45 West Bridge Street, FK1 5AZ, , KING S COURT GALLERIES, The Picture Shop, 1-7 Kings Court, FK1 1PG, , Fax: , Artist s materials - painting, jewellery, ceramics, framing, sculpture, designer furniture and fashion range DELTA STUDIOS, Lochlands Business Park, Larbert, FK5 3NS, , Artists studios and workspaces for rent or lease June 1 - July 31 Group of artists. In My Bones. Art works FORTH VALLEY OPEN STUDIOS, 29 Gartcows Crescent, FK1 5QH, An annual nine-day event which takes place in the Forth Valley, Central Scotland June 8-16 Open Studios. Artists across Central Scotland open their studio door May 25 - July 31 Showcase Exhibition. Fife EAST NEUK OF FIFE OPEN STUDIOS, East Neuk, , June 8-16 (Saturday and Sunday only) Open Studios. Paintings, drawings, prints, ceramics, etchings, illustrations, jewellery, weaving, textile art and more GERRY PINE GALLERY, Gerry Pine, 67 Nethergate North, Crail, KY10 3TX, , www. artincrail., chessmail. Landscape Painting near St Andrews. KIRKCALDY MUSEUM & ART GALLERY, War Memorial Gdns, Abbotshall Road, Kirkcaldy, KY1 1YG, , cfm?fuseaction=facility.display& facid=40f4b75a-9e96-49ee- 8ED78C102491E124 JOHN NELSON STUDIO GALLERY, 26 Milton Place, (on A917-15mins from St Andrews), Pittenweem, KY10 2LS, , nelsonjohnart. Featuring paintings and prints by John Nelson PITTENWEEM ARTS FESTIVAL, Festival Office, 47 High Street, Pittenweem, KY10 2PG, , August 3-11 The 2013 Festival. ABBOT HOUSE, 21 Maygate, Dunfermline, KY12 7NE, , Full programme of exhibitions throughout the year, visit website or call for details ART ROOM 59, 59 Townhill Road, Dunfermline, KY12 0JF, , CRAIL POTTERY, 75 Nethergate, The Square, Crail, KY10 3TX, , Huge variety of handthrown stoneware, terracotta, earthenware & raku SCOTTISH FISHERIES MUSEUM, St Ayles, Harbourhead, Anstruther, KY10 3AB, , www. scotfishmuseum.org Friends of Oaks. Watercolours, oils, acrylics,and pastels May 10 - June 9 Hard Coast. Installation FISHER STUDIO AND GALLERY, High Street, Pittenweem, KY10 2LA, , www. fishergallery., fishergallery. Mixed exhibition including James Fraser and Astrid Trugg. Changes to the exhibition throughout May, June and July. Check website for details June 8 - July 28 Deborah Phillips, Jean Hall, Fiona Sturrock, Sheila Ritchie, Irene Penman. Summer Exhibition. Ceramics, glass, enamelling and woodwork. Craft workers include Vanessa Bullick, Marilyn Reed-Wood, Lewis Banks, Gary Brown and many more THE COACH HOUSE GALLERY, School Wynd, Pittenweem, Anstruther, KY10 2PN, THE LITTLE GALLERY, 20 High Street, Pittenweem, KY10 2LA, HERON GALLERY AND BISTRO, 15A High Street, Pittenweem, KY10 2LA, , Bistro within a gallery FOURSTICKS FRAMING, Unit 2, The Old Ironworks, 2 Station Road, Auchtermuchty, KY14 7DP, , GRISELDA HILL POTTERY LTD, Kirkbrae, Ceres, Cupar, KY15 5ND, , Fax: Wemyss Ware. Fife s famous hand painted pottery CUPAR ARTS & HERITAGE PROJECT (CAHP), 5 Ashlar Park, Lovers Lane, Cupar, KY15 5AQ, October Cupar Arts Festival PETE CURA PICTURE FRAM- ING, At the Gallery, Burnside, Cupar, KY15 4BH, Lino cuts by Barbara Robertson, Caricatures by Donald Smart, New editions by Sonas MacLean. KILNS GALLERY & GIFT SHOP, 15 Main Street, Limekilns, KY11 3HL, , Exhibition of new works by local artists, inc. ceramic robins and wrens by Simon Griffiths KINGHORN GALLERY, Kinghorn, KY3 9RT, , carole. SUN GALLERY, 154 High Street, Newburgh, KY14 6DZ, , Original paintings, local crafts, artists materials. Giclée prints CULROSS POTTERY AND GAL- LERY (& BISCUIT CAFÉ), Sandhaven, Culross, (near Dunfermline), KY12 8JG, , Fax: , SHORELINE STUDIO, 2 Shore Road, Aberdour, KY3 0TR, , Fax: , www. shoreline.sco.fm, demon. Picture framing service - (*Sunday 2-5pm *phone to confirm) THE QUAY GALLERY, The Shore, Aberdour, KY3 0TY, , BELLCRAIG STUDIO, By Leslie, KY6 3JE, , BALBIRNIE CRAFT CENTRE, Markinch, Glenrothes, Tayside, KY7 6NE, , Fax: Alison & Roy Murray goldsmithing & jewellery; also at 20 Thistle Street, Edinburgh TWIST FIBRE CRAFT STUDIO, 88 High Street, Newburgh, Cupar, KY14 6AQ, , Fax: , Workshops and supplies - knitting, weaving, spinning, felt making, natural dyeing. Natural fibre yarns, books, magazines, equipment and kits FIFE FOLK MUSEUM, High Street, Ceres, KY15 5NF, , THE OUTBYE GALLERY, 3 School Drive, Ovenstone, by Pittenweem, KY10 2RR, , Elizabeth Shepherd. John Frew s Boat. Based on a series of etchings and lithographs documenting old or derelict buildings and monuments found in Fife THE BLUE DOOR GAL- LERY & PICTURE FRAMING WORKSHOP, 5 Charles Street, Pittenweem, KY10 2QG, , WENDY SABINE COURTYARD STUDIO, Charleton, Colinsburgh, KY9, , Wendy Sabine Miniatures on agate and silver jewellery. Commissions wele. Daylong art workshops throughout the year OPEN STUDIOS FIFE, The Hollies, 2 Low Road, Auchtermuchty, KY14 7AU, , FUNKY SCOTTISH, 41 High Street, Pittenweem, KY10 2PG, , MAISIE & MAC ART AND CONTEMPORARY CRAFT, 1-3 St. Catherine Street, Cupar, KY15 4LS, , Paintings, prints, sculpture, textiles, ceramics, wood & metal from UK artists and makers CONTEMPORARY ARTS DUN- FERMLINE (CAD), Upper Mall, The Kingsgate, Dunfermline, www. thisiscad.org Scottish artists work, mixed media, 2d, 3d, small sculpture work (ceramic, Glass and wood), Digital images FIFESPACE, Rothes Hall, Rothes Square, Glenrothes, KY7 5NX, , www. fcac. KIRKCALDY ART CLUB, Hot Pot Wynd, Dysart, Kirkcaldy, KY1 2TQ, , Mon, Tue and Wed Pottery Classes. Mon and Tue Painting Plasses. STUDIO 222 GALLERY & WORKSHOP, 222 High Street, Newburgh, KY14 6DZ, , crafts222 Stained Glass, original paintings, jewellery, ceramics, textiles, hand-printed cards. Offering regular creative classes Glasgow KELVINGROVE ART GALLERY & MUSEUM, Argyle Street, G3 8AG, , Fax: , For full details of refurbished Kelvingrove and all Glasgow Museums exhibitions, events, etc Until August 18 More than a Game. How Scotland shaped the World Football Until September 30 Ursula Keller. Photomontage Display. A display of 6 hand processed photomontages showing an alternative view of Glasgow THE BURRELL COLLECTION, Pollok Country Park, 2060 Pollokshaws Road, G43 1AT, , Fax: , www. glasgowmuseums. Until December 23 Gilt and Silk: Early seventeenth century - costume. Showcases early 17th century costume in the Burrell Collection GALLERY OF MODERN ART (GOMA), Royal Exchange Square, G1 3AH, , Fax: , Until May 27 Rachel Mimiec. Plough. Installation, Landscapes and Nature Derek Boshier, Rob Churm, Hans- Peter Feldmann, Peter Fischli & David Weiss, Alex Frost, David Hockney, Scott Myles, David Sherry and Simon Starling. Tales of the City. Sculpture, film, painting, prints and installation Until November 16 Eric and Jean Cass. Niki de Saint Phalle. Contemporary works including sculptures, ceramics, drawings, prints and paintings RIVERSIDE MUSEUM, 1 Bunhouse Road, G3 8DP, , Scotland s Museum of Transport and Travel GLASGOW MUSEUMS, Culture and Sport Glasgow, 20 Trongate, G1 5ES, , Call or visit website for full details ST MUNGO MUSEUM OF RELI- GIOUS LIFE AND ART, 2 Castle Street, Glasgow City, G4 0RH, , Fax: , www. glasgowmuseums. Until July 28 Liz Hingley. Under Gods: Stories from the Soho Road. Until December 31 Peter Howson s Crucifixion Painting SCOTLAND STREET SCHOOL MUSEUM, 225 Scotland Street, G5 8QB, , Fax: , June 27 - January Bathing Belles. History of swimming and bathing, and in particular at the development of suitable clothing GLASGOW MUSEUM RE- SOURCE CENTRE, 200 Woodhead Road, South Nitshill Industrial Estate, G53 7NN, , OPEN MUSEUM, 200 Woodhead Road, South Nitshill Industrial Estate, G53 7NN, , CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ARTS (CCA), 350 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3JD, , Fax: , May Marie-Michelle Deschamps and Justin Stephens. Routine Investigations. New paintings, prints and sculpture May 6 - June 27 (Mondays and Thursdays only) The Writers Hub. Meet at the Scottish Writers Centre Until March Pop-Up! Programmers. A new creative training programme for year-olds GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART, 167 Renfrew Street, G3 6RQ, , June 8-15 Degree shows MACKINTOSH CHURCH, CRM Society, Queen s Cross Church, 870 Garscube Road, G20 7EL, , Fax: , www. crmsociety. HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY, University of Glasgow, 82 Hillhead Street, G12 8QQ, , Until August 11 This Unrivalled Collection. The Hunterian s first catalogue Until August 25 Hagar and the Angel. HUNTERIAN MUSEUM, Gilbert Scott Building, University of Glasgow, University Avenue, G12 8QQ, , gla.ac.uk MCLELLAN GALLERIES, 270 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3EH, RGI KELLY GALLERY, 118 Douglas Street, G2 4ET, , kelly.html, May 9-25 Erlend Tait & Pamela Tait. Duologue. A two-person exhibition with works created through collaborative working and a marriage of creative talents May 30 - June 15 Yuan Zhang and Jerry Dowds. Contemporary art June 20 - July 6 Ruth Nicol. Tributary. First solo show THE ANNAN GALLERY, 164 Woodlands Road, G3 6LL, , ROGER BILLCLIFFE GALLERY, 134 Blythswood Street, G2 4EL, , Fax: , Until May 23 Liz Ellis. A shared landscape Gordon Mitchell. May 25 - June 7 Gregor Smith. June 8-21 Sarah Carrington. Jane Charles. Glass The artwork 178 May/June 2013 Page 11 June 22 - July 5 Sam Cartman. COMPASS GALLERY, 178 West Regent Street, G2 4RL, , Still Spaces: The Allotment Project MACGREGOR FINE ART, 5th Floor, The Connal Building, 36 West George Street, G2 1DA, , Fax: , EWAN MUNDY FINE ART, 211 West George Street, G2 2LW, , Fax: , Until May 23 Arran to Iona, The Firth of Clyde, the Hebrides and Beyond. GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO GALLERY, 48 King Street, G1 5QT, , Fax: , MANSFIELD PARK GALLERY, 5 Hyndland Street, G11 5QE, , HUGHSON GALLERY, 1 Cleveden Gardens, G12 0PU, , GLASGOW SCULPTURE STUDIOS, 145 Kelvinhaugh Street, G3 8PX, , Fax: , THE HIDDEN LANE, 1103 Argyll Street, G3 8ND, , CHRISTO S GALLERY, 595 Great Western Road, G12 8HX, , PLATFORM, The Bridge, 1800 Westerhouse Road, G34 9JW, , Fax: , FLORENTINA GALLERIES, Battlefield Road, Langside, Lanarkshire, G42 9QH, , Fax: THE GATEHOUSE GALLERY, Roukenglen Road, Giffnock, G46 7UG, , www. gatehousegallery. Until May 16 Darryn Eggleton. Out of Africa. A mixed exhibition featuring paintings and drawing of African wildlife EASTWOOD PARK GALLERY/ THEATRE, Eastwood Park, Roukenglen Road, Giffnock, G46 6UG, , LILLIE ART GALLERY, Station Road, Milngavie, G62 8BZ, , Fax: , CRAIGEND VISITOR CENTRE, Mugdock Country Park, Craigallan Road, Near Milngavie, G62 8EL, CLYDE MARITIME CENTRE, 100 Stobcross Rd, G3 8QQ, The Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour. Glenlee (1896), one of only 5 Clyde-built sailing ships left afloat TRAMWAY, 25 Albert Drive, G41 2PE, , Fax: , May Rob Drummond. The Riot of Spring. Performance - music Stephen Sutcliffe. Outwork. Visual art - film STREET LEVEL PHOTOW- ORKS, 48 King Street, Trongate 103, G1 5HD, , Fax: , Willy Römer. Life in the city of Berlin. Photographs Willy Römer. Life in the City of Berlin. Photographs ART FORUM, 50 Station Road, Milngavie, G62 8AB, , Mixed exhibition of work including Peter Howson, Pam Carter, Mary Davidson, Walter Awlson, Marion Drummond and many more JOHN GREEN FINE ART, 182 Bath Street, Lanarkshire, G2 4HG, , GALLERY III, 25 King Street, Townhead, G1 5QZ, GLASGOW ART CLUB, 185 Bath Street, G2 4HU, , Fax: , www. glasgowartclub. Until May 18 Spring Exhibition. Glasgow Society of Women Artists. Paintings, sculptures, testiles, glassware, ceramics, jewellery and photography. For further information visit www. gswa. THE ROYAL GLASGOW INSTI- TUTE OF THE FINE ARTS, 118 Douglas Street, G2 4ET, , Fax: , www. royalglasgowinstitute.org EAST KILBRIDE ARTS CEN- TRE, Old Coach Road, East Kilbride, G74 4DU, , June 2-30 Scottish Photographic Circle. Also lectures and discussions WASPS ARTISTS STUDIOS, The Briggait, 141 Bridgegate, G1 5HZ, , Fax: , 0 Paul Furneaux. Moku Hanga (Japanese Woodblock) Printing. Masterclass Demonstration and Pause 5 David Sherry. Humanist Cummulative. Solo exhibition. New drawings, sculpture and images EALAIN GALLERY, Main Street, Drymen, Stirlingshire, G63 OBG, , www. ealaingallery. SCOTLANDART.COM GLAS- GOW GALLERY, 193 Bath Street, G2 4HU, , www. scotlandart. Until June 5 Alan Watson, Ian Rawnsley, Malcolm Cheape, Chris Forsey and others. Sound of Sea. Drawings, oil paintings and textured pieces ARTERIES GALLERY, 185a Bath Street, G2 4HU, , DOWNIE ALLISON DOWNIE BOOKBINDERS LTD, Unit H, Purdon Street, Partick, G11 6AF, , HILLHEAD LIBRARY, 348 Byres Road, G12 8AP PEOPLE S PALACE, Glasgow Green, G40 1AT, , Until February Red Road: Past, Present and Future. Explores the impact of those iconic Glasgow high rise flats PULP PAPER ARTS WORK- SHOP, WASPS Factory, 77 Hanson Street, Dennistoun, G31 2HF, , virgin.net RSW, 5 Oswald Street, G1 4QR, , Fax: , The Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour May 18 - July 28 A Sense of Place. New & Innovative Responses to Perth & Kinross by members of the RSW Inverness EDEN COURT THEATRE, Eden Court, Bishops Road, IV3 5SA, , INVERNESS MUSEUM & ART GALLERY, Castle Wynd, IV2 3EB, , Secret Egypt. Ancient Egyptian artifacts including mummy and mummy case from the Herbert Museum, Birmingham CASTLE GALLERY, 43 Castle Street, IV2 3DU, , May 11 - June 1 Blandine Anderson. Oil Paintings and Sculptural Ceramics. A solo exhibition of paintings and porcelain and stoneware ceramics insprired by folklore and proverbs June 8-29 Shazia Mahmood. On The Edge. New Paintings in Oil and Mixed Media HIGHLAND PRINT STUDIO, 20 Bank Street, IV1 1QU, , Open access print studio and education facility. Regular weekend and evening courses available - call for full details INCHMORE GALLERY, Inchmore, by Inverness, six miles W. of Inverness on (A862) Beauly Boad, IV5 7PX, , inch. Craft Month. Includes fine art, basketry, ceramics, glass, jewellery, stone and wood sculpture, photography and textiles June Art Around The Firth June 1 - July 10 James Newton Admas. Hills and High Water. Paintings in both oil and acrylic THE SQUASHED FROG STUDIO, Glenmoriston, IV63 7YN HICA (HIGHLAND INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART), Dalcrombie, Loch Ruthven, Dores, IV2 6UA, , Until October 6 Liam Gillick (phone to confirm) PICTURE THIS, 18 Church Street, IV1 1EB, Inverness-shire THE AVIEMORE GALLERY, Inverdruie, Aviemore, PH22 1QH, , GLENFINNAN STATION MUSE- UM, Station Cottage, Glenfinnan, PH37 4LT, THE BLACK ROCK GALLERY, Shop 5, Main Street, Newtonmore, PH20 1DN, , www. theblackrockgallery. Showing work by owner Lindsey Gallacher alongside local and Scottish makers. Beginner silversmithing workshops available Isle of Arran STUDIO 4, Shore Road, Lamlash, KA27 8LA, , www. studio4arran., ymail. Lively contemporary art, Masako Ritchie, Barbara Young, Scott Irvine, Kirti Mandir, R. Lele new works by J. Broekhuizen Isle of Bute MOUNT STUART, Mount Stuart, PA20 9LR, , Fax: , May eatbute Fun and entertainment for the whole family (Wednesdays and Sundays only) Behind the Scenes Tours. Viewing rooms such as the Swimming Pool, the Burges Chapel, the Billiard Room and other treats not normally open to the general public Until October 27 (Sundays only) Woodland Meditation. Reconnect with the woods Until October 27 (Saturday only) Wood Watch - Nature Detectives. Explore the hidden secrets of our woodlands during a relaxing afternoon stroll Until December 31 Weekend Workshops. Young Explorers. THE CASTLE GALLERY, 13 High Street, Rothesay, PA20 9AS, , Fax: , www. thecastlegallery. Isle Of Harris SKOON ART CAFE, 4 Geocrab, HS3 3HB, , www. skoon. Original oils and exclusive art cards from resident artist Andrew John Craig Isle of Islay THE GALLERY, Bowmore Distillery Visitor Centre, School Street, Bowmore, PA43 7JS, , Fax: , www. bowmore. Regular exhibitions by local artists Isle of Lewis AN LANNTAIR, Town Hall, Kenneth Street, Stornoway, HS1 2DS, , May 31 - June 1 Donnie Munro. HARBOUR VIEW GALLERY, Port of Ness, HS2 0XA, , Original paintings and prints by Anthony J Barber MORVEN GALLERY, Upper Barvas, Outer Hebrides, HS2 0QX, , Changing exhibitions of original art, crafts, photography & tapestry weaving Isle of Skye AROS SKYE HERITAGE CENTRE, Viewfield Road, Portree, IV51 9EU, , Fax: , Video exhibition of Skye scenery and local history DANDELION DESIGNS, Stein, Waternish, IV55 8GA, Permanent exhibition of many contemporary and traditional artists, and an interesting range of crafts and pyrography artwork EDINBANE POTTERY, Edinbane, Portree, IV51 9PW, , Fax: , GALLERY AN TALLA DEARG, Ornsay, Sleat, IV43 8QR, , Fax: , www. eileaniarmain. DIANA MACKIE, 10 Borreraig Park, Dunvegan, IV55 8ZX, , Working studio and gallery ORBOST GALLERY, Half Bolvean, nr Dunvegan, IV55 8ZB, , Selling exhibitions of professional artworks by local artists in Skye & Highlands RAVEN PRESS GALLERY, Colbost, Dunvegan, IV55 8ZS, , Wood engravings of landscape and wildlife. Resist dyed silks and hand knit design. Working studio of engraver Kathleen Lindsley SANDBANK STUDIO, Old Pier Road, Sandbank, Broadford, IV49 9AE, , tiscali. Wide range of original paintings by Duncan Currie and works by Pam Carter and other well-known Scottish artists Until May 22 Duncan Currie. Gallery An Talla Dearg. Annual Exhibition of new paintings Kelso THE VENNEL GALLERY, Denise Playfair, 11 Bridge Street, TD5 7HT, , live. Besposke Picture Framer. Animal portrait missions. Art and needlework supplies. Kendal KENDAL MUSEUM, Station Road, LA9 6BT, , Fax: , May 18 - June 29 Kendal College Foundation Degree Drawing Art Exhibition. Until October 31 Carl Church. The Great Dodo Exhibition. Display of variety of Dodos Kilmarnock DICK INSTITUTE, 1 Elmbank Avenue, KA1 3BU, Kingussie MCINTOSH GALLERY/SHIRAK, 38 High Street, PH21 1HX, Local artists works and oriental carpets from Afghanistan IONA GALLERY, Duke Street, PH21 1JG, Kirkcudbright CORNERWAYS STUDIO, 7 Selkirk Road, DG6 4BL, , Miniature paintings & larger works in oil, pastel & watercolour by Jane B Gibson JO GALLANT TEXTILE ART, Ironstones, 70 High Street, DG6 4JL, , Jo Gallant. Wall hangings, scarves, cushions, missions Spring Fling. HARBOUR COTTAGE GAL- LERY, Castlebank, DG6 4LB, , May Open Exhibition May 27 - June 8 Kie Stewart, Gabrielle Harrington, Peter Campbell and Kaye Brown. June Nithsdale Artists. June 24 - July 6 David Whittingham and Karen Isherwood. HIGH ST. GALLERY, 84 High Street, DG6 4JL, , John Byrne, Davy Brown, Hazel Campbell, Frank Colclough, David Hay, Peter Howson, Jolomo, Peter Jones, Tessa Asquith Lamb, James Macaulay, Graham McKean, Eric Redmond and Alexander Robb. THE WHITEHOUSE GALLERY, 47 St Mary Street, DG6 4DU, , Rosanne Barr, Paul Bennett, Anne Butler, Grace McDonald Cameron, Andy Cross, Emma Davis, Alec Galloway, Stewart Lammie, Sara Mead, Kevan McGinty, Robert Ryan & Valerie Sadler. Horizons. June 29 - August 25 Walter Awlson, Caroline Bailey, Joyce Gunn Cairns, Marion Drummond, Adam German, Robert Kelsey, Stewart Lammie, Liz Mackay, Alison McWhirter, Fiona Millar, Deborah Phillips, Ann Ross, Emma Williams and Gordon Wilson. Summer Exhibition. THE STEWARTRY MUSEUM, 47 St Mary s Street, Dumfries & Galloway, DG6 4DU, , Fax: , gov.uk KIRKCUDBRIGHT TOWN HALL, Town Hall, St Mary Street, DG6 4AA, TOLBOOTH ART CENTRE, High Street, DG6 4JL, , Fax: THE FAED GALLERY, The Mill on the Fleet Visitor Centre, 56 High Street, Gatehouse of Fleet, DG7 2HP, , www. gatehouse-of-fleet. NORTH GLEN GALLERY, North Glen, Palnackie, Castle Douglas, DG7 1PN, , Fax: Exhibitions open studio, glassblowing, oil lamps, chandeliers, wine goblets. Call for details ROCKCLIFFE GALLERY, Barons Craig, Rockcliffe, Colvend Coast, DG5 4QF, , Fax: , THE NAIL FACTORY, 56 Southwick Road, Dalbeattie, Dumfries & Galloway, DG5 4EW, , Spring Fringe. Dalbutha Artists Collective Fiona Love. Reflections. June 7-9 Eden Festival. June 2-30 Daniel Fuller and Hannah Frank. Retrospective. Kyle CREATING perfumes for the visual arts is not entirely new, the French perfumer Francis Kurkdjian, most famous for creating the blockbuster scent Le Male for Jean Paul Gaultier in 1995, has also conceived several olfactory artworks for exhibitions. In 2003 he emulated the scent of money for the French artist Sophie Calle and in 2006 he developed a perfume to go with the exhibition on Marie Antoinette, by the writer Elizabeth de Feydeau and her book A Scented Palace: The Secret History of Marie Antionette s Perfumer, The UK perfumer, Azzi Glasser recently took the concept one step further with her collaboration with London artists, Clarke and Reilly, to create a scent around eight travelling chairs that was shown at Gallery Libby Sellers in Berners Street, London. The poetic travelogue details the plight and fate of eight specially sourced chairs as they made their way from the designers studio, to Peckham then California, and back to London again. Azzi Glasser has had much mercial success with her unique and ground breaking perfume creations, from Agent Provocateur to collaborations with Nicole Farhi, Jasper Conran, the pop group JLSand and, most recently the fashion designer Bella Freud. She was drawn to the project of creating a perfume for the chairs after the artists invited her to go and smell the chairs in their milieu on a Peckham roof. They had a really unusual weathered, musty and almost library like scent, Azzi explained. Even some slightly bummy notes were there that I aimed to bring across. The resulting perfume oil she created was dispersed throughout the gallery on the opening night and available to purchase there along with pieces from the show. It s not the first time that Azzi has collaborated with artists: last year she created a perfume to depict Rain on Earth, as a project with the musician James Lavelle s exhibition Daydreaming that was shown in Hong Kong as well as the Haunch of Venison Gallery in London. Clarke & Reilly, otherwise known as David Grocott and Bridget Dwyer (born 1964 and 1967), have been working together as artists since Bringing together their backgrounds in fashion (Dwyer) and antique furniture (Grocott), they create unusual objects that convey their nostalgic, romantic, and slightly eccentric aesthetic. They are known for applying an original perspective to lost pieces of furniture using narrative, historical knowledge, craftsmanship and a rarified sense of colour to redefine the work. Eight Chairs exemplifies this somewhat reverential attitude towards design as each of the chairs, selected to represent a specific character in the artists minds, has been reinvented, often using period and bespoke fabrics. The re-defined forms were then installed on the rooftop of a Peckham building to weather the icy winter before being transported to the scorching Californian desert of 99 Palms. The consequences of such extremes, all documented through film and photography, will be displayed in the gallery. On their return, the chairs underwent a final process, informed by their individual response to the whole experience. A great concept and one that is sure to spark more ideas from Azzi Glasser. Tessa Williams is the author of Cult Perfumes (Merrell). Two exhibitions of signed, limited edition Giclee prints of dried flower specimens by Carol Taylor Two Exhibitions of signed, Limited Edition Giclee prints of dried flower specimens The Enchanting, Fragile, Silent World of Flowers Sunday 5th May to Sunday 4th August Dawyck Botanic Garden Stobo Scottish Borders. EH45 9JU Poppies Galore Saturday 15th June to Saturday 27th July The art work room 20 High Street, Moffat DG10 9HL On the scent of eight chairs The perfumer Azzi Glasser tells Tessa Williams about her latest venture A long weekend of arts & crafts activities, events & exhibitions This event is supported by West Fest Friday 19th - Sunday 21st July 2013 Whithorn Arts & Crafts Trail ON PAGES 2 AND 3 SUBSCRIPTION FORM SANDBANK STUDIO Wide range of original paintings by Duncan Currie Works by PAM CARTER and other well known Scottish Artists Old Pier Rd, Broadford Isle of Skye Tel: /064 GALLERY AN TALLA DEARG Annual Exhibition of New Paintings by Duncan Currie 3-22 May Scottish Collection of Art Extraordinary The Scottish Collection of Art Extraordinary formerly housed in the Art Extraordinary Gallery in Pittenweem, Fife is now with the Glasgow Museums Resource Centre. The Collection of over 1000 works was inaugurated in Developed on the basis of the Collection de l art brut, Joyce Laing, one of the first art therapists in Scotland, began to follow the example of Jean Dubuffet, the French surrealist, by visiting some of the long term wards in psychiatric hospitals to look for any art works produced by patients. She travelled throughout Scotland and like Dubuffet discovered some wonderful examples of art brut by patients who had no art training and were creating pulsively. Often with little or no art materials these artists would use found material, such as left-over cloth or even grass with which to make their art. They worked quickly and had little interest in what would bee of their work in their haste to begin the next creation. As time goes by there has bee a growing interest in this art and we have discovered other such artists, not necessarily with psychiatric illness, but artists who avoid recognition and often live a quiet isolated life. Students, researchers or gallery curators are wele to view the Collection and find further information by contacting Glasgow Museums Resource Centre Glasgow G53 7NN Councillor Archie Graham, Chair of Glasgow Life said: Glasgow s Museums Collection has grown thanks in part to the generosity of people who have built collections. The Scottish Collection of Art Extraordinary prises more than a thousand works which adds further scope and diversity to the Glasgow Museums Collection and will amaze and delight visitors who see it. TRADE COUNTER McNAUGHTAN'S BOOKSHOP and GALLERY 3A & 4A Haddington Place (Leith Walk) Edinburgh EH7 4AE May 7 June Open Tuesdays-Saturdays Resonate Collective present Print, Photography and Jewellery Painting and Sculpture May 7 June ARDENT FORM EMILY LITTLE June 4 June To the Editor Dear Sir Write to: ArtWork, PO Box 3, Ellon, AB41 9EA, or Mail: Sir - I write in response to your editorial in the March/April edition of ArtWork, specifically your reference to Dundee s aesthetic wasteland. About 12 years ago I attended a public meeting in Dundee to hear from Dundee s Director of Planning Mike Galloway (still in post, so far as I am aware) about a 30 year, multi-million pound plan to totally revamp Dundee s Central Waterfront and re-connect the city with the River Tay. At the time it seemed a very ambitious aspiration. Now, 12 years later, a simplified road system is beginning to emerge at the road bridge landfall; Dundee s most disliked buildings are in the process of demolition; mencement of building the landmark V and A Dundee is due in 2014; there is a firm plan to re-develop the run down railway station; stylish new hotels and restaurants have either already opened or re planned and all of this achieved in the middle of the worst financial depression in a hundred years. Add to this the plete refurbishment of the McManus Galleries, the success of the transformative DCA, the excellent Dundee Rep, the University with the highest rating for student satisfaction in the UK, the shift of the local economy from industrial dereliction to high value, high tech medical science and puter development, all achieved in a small city without the wealth of Edinburgh or Aberdeen, or the scale of Glasgow. And yet ArtWork manages to find a dark cloud in the silver lining! The good news that the old Tay Hotel, and the Customs House, two of the most prominent buildings in the waterfront area, both derelict for years, are to be renovated and transformed into upmarket hotels, is somehow presented as a failure of planning on Dundee s part. Certainly some of the new buildings around the area are not of the highest quality, but I would say that this is not unusual in any part of Scotland. As for what will be built in the key area around the new V and A, we don t know as yet, and given the current financial situation, it is likely that money will be tight, and there are legitimate concerns, but it is presumptuous to suggest that this will be an aesthetic wasteland, as suggested in your article. I have no particular axe to grind in this matter, I have no involvement in planning and development, and no specialist knowledge, but it seems to me, as a Dundee resident now for over 40 years, that Dundee over this period has improved massively from the sooty dereliction which faced me when I arrived as a student in the late 60 s. Dundee as a city is often maligned by those who know it not (and unfortunately some who do), but in recent decades Dundee has, on the whole, been reasonably well governed, and has shown remarkable vision and tenacity in lifting itself from the decline of manufacturing, and the financially damaging gerrymandering of its boundaries by a previous Tory government, to now be a realistic candidate for UK City of Culture. Yours etc., Les Mackay 5 Carmichael Gardens Dundee KELSO POTTERY 100 metres behind Kelso Abbey in the Knowes Car Park. Mugs, jugs, bowls and Time Tablets fired in the Kelso Pit Kiln. Open Tuesday to Saturday 10am-1pm and 2pm-5pm Telephone (01573) NEW SHOP, DISABLED ACCESS 100 metres behind the Kelso Abbey in The Knowes Car Park. Two new firings out, mixing bowls, cover jars, mugs and soup bowls. New Time Tablets from the Kelso Pit Kiln. Open Tues - Sat 10 to 1-2 to 5 Telephone: (01573)

7 artwork 178 May/June 2013 Page 12 artwork 178 May/June 2013 Page 13 The ArtWork The ArtWork GRAMARYE STUDIO, An Cuillion, Achmore, Stromeferry, IV3 8UU, Off-beat lino-cuts and colourful papier mache items made from specialist papers THE KYLE ART MARKET, Station Road, Kyle of Lochalsh, IV40 8AE, , Judith Anne Currie paintings Lanarkshire IRONWORKS GALLERY, Summerlee Heritage Park, Heritage Way, Coatbridge, ML5 1QD, , Fax: Call for details GOLD AND SILVER-ETC ART GALLERY, 123 High Street, ML11 7LN, Work by June Shirreffs, inc. Bespoke jewellery, Quality handbags LANARK GALLERY AND CHINA SHOP, North Vennel, ML11 7PT, Full framing service - local artists - large selection of prints and photography WILLIAM WILSON FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHER, 75 Hyndford Road, ML11 9AU, , Limited edition giclée fine art prints and canvases ALDESSAN GALLERY, Aldessan House, Clachan of Campsie, Campsie Glen, G66 7AB, AROMA COFFEE HOUSE, High St, Biggar, ML12 6DH Lancashire BLACKBURN MUSEUM & ART GALLERY, Museum Street, Blackburn, BB1 7AJ, , www. blackburn.gov.uk Call for details BOLTON MUSEUM ART GAL- LERY & AQUARIUM, Le Mans Crescent, Bolton, BL1 1SE, , Call for details People and Places: Bolton in Pictures. Showcasing several centuries of Bolton art Until August 4 Mark Lightowler. Art from Nature. Paintings MID PENNINE ARTS & GAL- LERY, York Street, Burnley, BB11 1HD, , TURNPIKE GALLERY, Civic Square, Leigh, WN7 1EB, , Fax: , www. wlct.org KEN BROMLEY ART SUPPLIES, Curzon House, Curzon Road, Bolton, BL1 4RW, , Fax: , BACK-RIDGE GALLERY, Twitter Lane, Waddington, Clitheroe, BB73LQ, , www. backridge. PETER SCOTT GALLERY, Lancaster University, LA1 4YW, , Fax: , index.htm Larbert BARBARA DAVIDSON POTTERY, Muirhall Farm, (10 minutes from the Falkirk Wheel), Stirlingshire, FK5 4EW, , www. barbara-davidson., barbara-davidson. Barbara Davidson - fine handthrown stoneware. Products sent worldwide Leeds /artwguide.php Linlithgow THE LINE GALLERY, 238 High Street, EH49 7ES, , May 18 - June 11 Lesley Anne Derks, Jacqueline Marr and Catherine King. Night and Day. Drawing, Painting and Printmaking. Media include oils, oil pastel, watercolour and printmaking Liverpool /artwguide.php Livingston HOWDEN PARK CENTRE, Arts Services, West Lothian Council, Howden Park Centre, EH54 6AE, , May 17 - June 16 Livingston Art Association 43rd Annual Exhibition. A diverse range of art from resident group LAA London /artwguide.php Manchester /artwguide.php Moray MORAY COLLEGE UHI, Moray Street, Elgin, IV30 1JJ, , June Degree Show MORAY ART CENTRE, The Park, Findhorn, IV36 3TA, , Until May 19 Natural Selection From May 19 Moray Art Centre operations will be paused for 3 months FINDHORN POTTERY, 273 Pineridge, The Park, Findhorn, IV36 3TZ, , www. findhornpottery. The studio offers many recreational and educational opportunities. Check website for details THE GALLERY, Elgin Library, Cooper Park, Elgin, IV30 1HS, Exhibitions by local artists and craftspeople JUST ART, 64 High Street, Fochabers, IV32 7DH, , justart. David Body, Helena Emmans, Sonas MacLean, Sara Mead and Nikki Monaghan. Spring Show. Framed work June 9 - July 19 Deborah Phillips and Douglas Phillips. LEAP STUDIO & GALLERY, 17 Victoria Street, Craigellachie, Aberlour-on-Spey, AB38 9SR, , Unique display of whisky related art LOGIE STEADING ART GAL- LERY, Logie, Dunphail, Forres, IV36 2QN, , Fax: , Shows of contemporary art in the gallery by local artists. Six miles south of Forres on the A940 SWEETHILLOCK COTTAGE GALLERY, Alves, near Forres, IV36 2RB, A ANSIDE, Main Street, Tomintoul, AB37 9EX, Scottish Art, ceramics and sculpture - craftsmanship at its best - etchings, pottery, sporting prints FALCONER MUSEUM, Tolbooth Street, Forres, IV36 1PH, THE MUSEUMS OF MORAY, Tolbooth Street, Forres, IV36 1PH, , Fax: , Visit Moray Council s museums at Forres, Tomintoul & Buckie Morayshire NETHYBRIDGE POTTERY, Easter Culreach, Grantown-on- Spey, PH26 3NH, , Handthrown stoneware Motherwell MOTHERWELL HERITAGE CENTRE, 1 High Street, ML1 3HU, , Mull AN TOBAR ARTS CENTRE, Argyll Terrace, Tobermory, PA75 6PB, , MULL THEATRE, Royal Buildings, Main Street, Tobermory, PA75 6QB, , Call for full listings INNEMORE STUDIO, Inniemore Lodge Carsaig, Pennyghael, PA70 6HD, Nairn NAIRN BOOK AND ART FES- TIVAL, 53 King Street, IV12 4NP, , BOATH HOUSE, Auldearn, IV12 5TE, , Fax: , Changing exhibitions by Scots contemporary artists CAWDOR CASTLE, Cawdor, IV12 5RD, , Fax: , May Derek Hosie. Gardens Weekend. d Tours THE COURT HOUSE, THE SEA- MAN S HALL, IV12 4AU, North Berwick GREENS & BLUES, 59 High Street, EH39 4HG, , greensandblues. BLUES & GREENS, 13 Market Place, EH39 4JF, WESTGATE GALLERY, Westgate, EH39 4AG, , Paintings, limited edition prints, sculptures, ceramics & glass. Licensed Gallery café BRAID IMAGE, 60 Rhodes Park, EH39 5NA, , www. braidimage. Large Panoramic Art Photographs, Printed on Canvas. View on-line gallery or visitors by appointment KIRKPORTS GALLERY & LIND- SEY ANTIQUES, 49a Kirkports, CRAFT SHOWat PERTH SHOW South Inch Perth 2 and 3 August 2013 Neil Forbes, Perthshire Agricultural Society 26 York Place, Perth PH2 8EH Tel: Fax: Joyce Taylor ARTIST Oils and Watercolours Aberfeldy Gallery June 2013 John Bathgate, Shona Mackenzie and Andrew McNeish 29 June to 2 August Sonas Maclean and Maryann Ryves 3 & 9 Kenmore Street Aberfeldy PH15 2HB ROZELLE HOUSE GALLERIES Goudie Collection Ongoing through Everyday Objects Creative Spaces,11th May 23rd June. Staging the Museum Creative Spaces, 29th June 11th August. THE MACLAURIN ART GALLERY The Maclaurin Open Fine Art Exhibition, 8th June 7th July. Ayr Sketch Club Members Exhibition, 14th July 4th August. Craft Shop A superb range of unique crafts & gifts including fused glass, metalwork & silver jewellery, colourful ceramics, woodcraft & cards. Rozelle House & Maclaurin Art Gallery Open: Mon Sat 10am 5pm, Sun 12noon 5pm Rozelle Park, Monument Rd, Ayr KA7 4NQ T: / MCKECHNIE INSTITUTE Your Paintings (Part 1) Public Catalogue Foundation Project, until 29th June. Your Paintings (Part 2) Public Catalogue Foundation Project, 6th July 28th September. McKechnie Open Art Exhibition Paintings by Local Artists, 6th July - 28th September. Open: Tues, Thur, Fri 1pm 4pm, Wed 1.30pm 4.30pm, Sat 10.30am 4pm, (Closed Sun & Mon) McKechnie Institute, Dalrymple Street, Girvan KA26 9AE T: Café/Bar/Bookshop Programme of Events and Exhibitions Comfortable Acmodation Tel: e: HARBOUR COTTAGE GALLERY KIRKCUDBRIGHT OPEN EXHIBITION 15th -25th May KIE STEWART, GABRIELLE HARRINGTON, PETER CAMPBELL & KAYE BROWN 27th May - 8th June NITHSDALE ARTISTS 10th - 22nd JUNE DAVID WHITTINGHAM, KAREN ISHERWOOD, PIGMENT & PIXEL PAINTING and PHOTOGRAPHY 24th June - 6th July Hours of opening: and 2-5 Mon-Sat, 2-5 Sundays EH39 4HN, , www. lindseyantiques. Mainly Scottish 19th and early 20th C oils and watercolours PITCLAY GALLERY, Halfland Barns Schoolhouse, EH39 5PW, , (Wednesdays only) Open Studio Days in May North Uist TAIGH CHEARSABHAGH, Lochmaddy, Western Isles, HS6 5AA, , Fax: , Until July 27 Keith McIntyre and Karem Wimhurst. The Fragility of Flight. Northumberland QUEEN S HALL, Beaumont Street, Hexham, NE46 3LS, , Visit website for full programme Margins. An exploration of edges and junctures. June 8 - July 20 The Art Tour Showcase MARY ANN ROGERS, West Woodburn, Hexham, NE48 2SE, , marogers. June 24 - July 15 Mary Ann Rogers. Artwork. New paintings and prints, also a range of beautiful gifts SARAH RISEBOROUGH, 21 The Gables, West Street, Belford, NE70 7QB, CROWN STUDIO GALLERY, Bridge Street, Rothbury, NE65 7SE, , PHOTOWORKSHOPS, The Old School House, Fair Hill, Haltwhistle, NE49 9EE, , www. photopartners. Photography tuition SHIRE POTTERY, Miller s Yard, Prudhoe Street, Alnwick, NE66 1UW, WESTSIDE CONTEMPORARY FINE ART, Westside Farm, Newton, Stocksfield, NE43 7TW, , June 15 - July 6 Midsummer Exhibition. Work by established northern and Scottish artists INSPIRED BY GARDENS, 3 The Courtyard, Ochrelands, Hexham, NE46 1SB, , www. catherinestott. Art workshops and creative breaks with Northumberland artist Catherine Stott CORNHILL CRAFTS, 3 St Cuthberts Farm Cottages, Nr Tillmouth, Cornhill-on-Tweed, TD12 4UP, , Craft workshops in Natural Dyes, Simple Weaving, Felt, Papermaking May 14, 16, 21 & 28; June 11, 16, 21 & 26 Colourful Creative Art Days. June Alnmouth Arts Festival. Orkney PIER ARTS CENTRE, Victoria Street, Stromness, KW16 3AA, , Fax: , Until June 8 Charles Shearer. Drawings - prints - paintings. Until June 8 Charles Avery, Layla Curtis, Nathalie De Briey, Moyna Flannigan, Luca Frei, Euan Gray, Sam Griffin, Marie Harnett, Callum Innes, Alan Johnston, Andrew MacKenzie, David Shrigley, Graeme Todd and Ainslie Yule. A Parliament of Lines. Aspects of contemporary drawing curated by Euan Gray THE GALLERY, Pierowall, Westray, KW17 2BZ, , Ongoing: Contemporary art of Westray WATERFRONT GALLERY, 128 Victoria Street, Stromness, KW16 3BU, , In the shop: Orkney silver, pottery, knitwear and gifts. In the Back Room Local paintings, prints and designer crafts YELLOWBIRD GALLERY, Chocolate Cottage, Birsay, KW17 2LT, , Celebration of birds through drawings, paintings and carving by sculptor John Thompson and artist Lesley Murdoch SHORELINES GALLERY & STUDIO, Maitland Place, Finstown, Orkney Isles, KW17 2EQ, , Original gallery & shop selling prints & watercolours by Orkney artist Jane Glue THE LOFT GALLERY, ST Margarets Hope, KW17 2SL NORTHLIGHT STUDIO, Stromness, KW16 3BY, Specialist tapestry studio and gallery in the historic harbour of Stromness Oxford MODERN ART OXFORD, 30 Pembroke Street, OX1 1BP, , Archigram Beyond Architecture REMIX Stephen Willats. Conscious - Unconcious. Explore the nature of human interaction, munication and connection between individuals and munities ASHMOLEAN MUSEUM, Beaumont Street, OX1 2PH, , Fax: , www. ashmolean.org Until May 19 Xu Bing. Landscape Landscript. New work Until July 21 Chinese Landscape from the Ashmolean Collection. Until September 1 Tales in the Round. Manju Netsuke from the Ashmolean s Collections Paisley PAISLEY MUSEUM & ART GALLERIES, 60 High Street, Town Centre, PA1 2BA, , Check website for more details May 11 - June 11 Duncan Shanks, Tom McKendrick and others. Paisley Art Institute 125th Annual Exhibition. June 4 - July 1 Spirit - Photography PAISLEY ART CENTRE, New Street, PA1 1EZ, , Fax: , gov.uk Regular performances and events, call for listings KAREN JAMES CERAMICS, 32a Broomlands Street, PA1 2NR, , karenjamesceramics Peebles TWEEDDALE MUSEUM AND GALLERY, Chambers Institution, High Street, EH45 8AG, THE CAIRNS GALLERY, 72 High Street, EH45 8SW, , Fax: , MCHARDY S ART & FRAMING, 1 Biggiesknowe, EH45 8HS, , Until May 11 Ed Bowen. Chance Encounters. Paintings PEEBLES CRAFT CENTRE, Newby Court, EH45 8AG, Craft centre with 4 studios - Visit for a unique gift. Dunnydeer Studio Porcelain - Ceramicist Duncan Hood (01721) Woodworks by Bruce Prost - (01721) Jewellery by Lynn Tindale - (01721) BELTANE STUDIOS, Unit 8, Southpark Industrial Estate, EH45 9ED, , TRAQUAIR HOUSE, Traquair House, Innerleithen, EH44 6PW, , May Traquair Medieval Fayre. A weekend of Medieval entertainments and a royal pageant memorating the Battle of Flodden in 1513 May 29 - June 8 (Wed - Sat only) Shakespeare at Traquair. A unique promenade production of King Lear DAWYCK BOTANIC GARDEN, Stobo, EH45 9JU, , Until August 4 Carol Taylor. The Enchanting, Fragile, Silent World of Flowers. A series of limited edition giclee prints CHAPEL STREET GALLERY, 19 Chapel Street, Innerleithen, EH44 6HN, , gmail. New works by members of Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour Also: affordable art SILKWORM GALLERY, 6 Newby Court, EH45 8AL, , MOY MACKAY GALLERY, 17 Northgate, EH45 8RX, , Contemporary Art and Craft from Scotland 5 Spring Exhibition. Perth PERTH MUSEUM & ART GAL- LERY, 78 George Street, PH1 5LB, , FERGUSSON GALLERY, Marshall Place, PH2 8NS, , May Art on the River. Take a stroll along Tay Street, Perth and enjoy the varied selection of art and crafts on view 5 Let s Dance evening classes. TAYBERRY GALLERY, 19 Princes Street, PH2 8NG, , FRAMES CONTEMPORARY GALLERY, 10 Victoria Street, PH2 8LW, , Fax: Visit: 085, Madeleine Hand and Illona Morrice. BOO VAKE (BUTH BHEAG), 5 Watergate, PH1 5TF, , Original gifts from artists, makers & designers from Scotland and the UK JARDINE GALLERY & WORK- SHOP, 45 New Row, PH1 5QA, , June 7-9 Potfest Scotland. Potfest at the Palace IMRIE FINE ART, Imrie House, Back Street, Bridge of Earn, PH2 9AE, Recent paintings by Ian C Imrie PERTH THEATRE, 185 High Street, PH1 5UW, , Call for full listings PERTH CONCERT HALL, Mill Street, PH1 5HZ, , THE BIRNAM INSTITUTE, Station Road, Birnam, Dunkeld, PH8 0DS, , www. birnamarts. May Portrait Heads. June 30 - July 3 Perth College UHI Visual Design. L CHRISTIE CAMPBELL FINE ART, Rait Village Antique Centre, Rait, PH2 7RT, THE RUTHVEN GALLERY, 90 High Street, Auchterarder, PH3 1BJ, , Contemporary Art and Framing BLAIR CASTLE, Blair Castle, Blair Atholl, Pitlochry, PH18 5TL, , Fax: , THE BARN GALLERY, The Bield, Blackruthven, Tibbermore, PH1 1PY, , Check website for more information June Karine Polwart, Liz Lochhead, Iain Morrison, Margie Gillis, Louise Welsh and more. Solas Festival. PERTHSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, 26 York Place, PH2 8EH, , Fax: , August 2-3 Perth Show Craft show THE PERTHSHIRE ART AS- SOCIATION, 5 Western Avenue, PH1 1NY, , www. perthshireartassociation.org May Perth Festival At the Mission Hall, St Matthews Church, Tay Street, Perth Perthshire PERTHSHIRE OPEN STUDIOS, Kinross, KY13, , THE ATHOLL GALLERY, 6 Atholl Street, Dunkeld, PH8 0AR, , From May 18 Summer Exhibition FORTINGALL ART, Molteno Hall, (8 miles W. of Aberfeldy off B846), Aberfeldy, PH15 2LL, , Fax: , www. fortingallart., fortingallart. July 27 - August Summer Exhibition KILLIN GALLERY, Main Street, Killin, FK21 8AB, , Ongoing exhibition of etchings and drypoints THE STUDIO, Laurel Bank, Main Street, Killin, FK21 8UW, , Work by Daniel Campbell, Rob Hain, Calum MacFarlon Barrows, Alex Summers, Ian Shanlin, Antony Taylor, Morag Duff, Veronica Verden Anderson and many local artists THE DRAWINGROOM GAL- LERY, The Cross, 14 High Street, Dunkeld, PH8 0AJ, , TREATS, The Square, Kinloch Rannoch, Highland, PH16 5PF, , Local art displays. Also local Scottish products, food and drinks GALLERIA LUTI, 16 Ancaster Square, Callander, FK17 8BL, , Pitlochry PITLOCHRY FESTIVAL THEA- TRE, Port-Na-Craig, PH16 5DR, , Renfrewshire CRAFTS OF CALDER GAL- LERY AND FRAMING, 8 High Street, Lochwinnoch, PA12 4DA, SEAGULL GALLERY, 25 Kempock Street, Gourock, Inverclyde, PA19 1NB, , www. seagullgallery.net MCLEAN MUSEUM & ART GALLERY, 15 Kelly Street, Greenock, PA16 8JX, , KILBARCHAN EAST CHURCH HALL, Off Steeple Square, Kilbarchan, PA10 2JD, www. kilbarchaneastchurch.btck. Ross-shire STRATHPEFFER PAVILION, The Square, Strathpeffer, IV14 9DL, , June 6 8pm Mahler in Miniature SOLAS GALLERY, Flowerdale Bay, Wester-Ross, Gairloch, IV21 2BD, , Paintings, prints & ceramics by artists Rob Howard & Lyn Beckett HIGHLAND MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD, The Old Station, Strathpeffer, IV14 9DH, , GROAM HOUSE MUSEUM, High Street, Rosemarkie, IV10 8UF, , THE CROMARTY GALLERY, 20 Church Street, Cromarty, IV11 8XA, INVERGORDON ARTS CENTRE, Town Hall, High Street, Invergordon, IV18 0EL, Selkirk SCOTTISH BORDERS COUNCIL (MUSEUM & GALLERY), Municipal Buildings, High Street, TD7 4JX, Shetland SHETLAND MUSEUM, Hay s Dock, Lerwick, ZE1 0WP, , Da Gadderie exhibition space in the new Shetland Museum 8 Mootie Moose. Includes making a musical instrument, making and sailing a peerie boat, and having a picnic THE TAIT GALLERY, 11c Union Street, Lerwick, ZE1 0ET, , Jim Tait: Marine and landscape artist BONHOGA GALLERY, Weisdale Mill, Weisdale, ZE2 9LW, VAILA FINE ART, 61 Commercial Street, Lerwick, ZEI 0US, , St Andrews FIFE CONTEMPORARY ART AND CRAFT (FCA&C), Town Hall, Queen s Gardens, KY16 9AD, , Fax: , ST ANDREWS MUSEUM, Kinnesburn Park, Doubledykes Road, KY16 9TA, FRASER GALLERY, 53 South Street, KY16 9QR, , ST ANDREWS MUSEUM GAR- DENS, Kinburn Park, Doubledykes Road, KY16 9DP, , Stirling SMITH ART GALLERY & MUSEUM, Dumbarton Road, FK8 2RQ, , smithartgallery.demon. FRAMED IMAGES, Dumbarton Road, FK8 2LQ, , Fax: New and exciting art work. Large selection of original art and limited edition prints THE TOLBOOTH, Jail Wynd, FK8 1BE, , www. stirling.gov.uk/tolbooth THE CHANGING ROOM, The Tolbooth, Jail Wynd, FK8 1DE, , changingroom HOLY TRINITY CHURCH HALL, Albert Place, Dumbarton Road, FK8 2QL THE FOTHERINGHAM GAL- LERY, 78 Henderson Street, Bridge of Allan, FK9 4HS, , May 18 - July 2 New Faces. Artists new to the gallery for 2013 THE GREEN GALLERY, The Coachhouse, Ballamenoch, Buchlyvie, FK8 3NE, , www. greengallery. - summer break Summer exhibition featuring Sandra Moffat, Marion Drummond, Pam Glennie and Gordon Wilson BUCHLYVIE POTTERY SHOP, Main Street, Buchlyvie, (on A811), FK8 3LP, , Fax: , SOURCES FOR COURSES Do you have a product or a service to offer artists or craft workers? These columns are read by an interested and informed readership. Find out more: T: artworkfamedram. Web: Intensive week-long courses at Edinburgh College of Art 15 July 9 August Summer 2013 Browse courses and book online: To request a brochure: or ++44 (0) facebook./uoeartanddesignstudies twitter./uoeartdesign Annual Summer Programme 2013 Master Classes 28 August 18 September 2013 Masters include: Deborah Cocks, Eeva Käsper Richard Slee, Anne-Lise Riond Sibony Annual Conference The Real Thing: Beyond Stereotyping The conference will explore cultural identities 7 & 8 September 2013 Glass Skills Classes Glass Painting Techniques: May Sculptural Flameworking Techniques: 5-9 Aug Basic Flameworking Skills: Sept North Lands Creative Glass Quatre Bras, Lybster Caithness KW3 6BN SCOTLAND +44(0) SUMMER SCHOOL 2013 Edinburgh 15 JULY - 23 AUGUST / Drawing Painting / / Textiles Printmaking / / Sculpture Jewellery / / Children s Courses / Sorry we're late. This issue of ArtWork appears a little later than usual - for "family" reasons. The small team of people who make ArtWork happen are its most important ingredient. Two events, one happy and one sad, bined to dictate a loosening of our schedule. Shown above is a picture of the happy event, our designer, Anne Mackay, left, is the proud mother of the bride on a sunny day in Aberdeenshire. Ed. SMITHY GALLERY, 74/76 Glasgow Road, Blanefield, G63 9HX, , May 19 - June 9 Steven Camley. Sunderland SUNDERLAND MUSEUM & ART GALLERY, Burdon Road, SR1 1PP, , Victorian Dreams watercolours from Tyne & Wear Museums nationallyacclaimed collection NATIONAL GLASS CENTRE, Liberty Way, SR6 0GL, , Fax: , www. nationalglasscentre. VARDY GALLERY, University of Sunderland, Ashbourne House, Ryhope Road, SR2 7EF, , regvardygallery.org Sutherland BALNAKEIL CRAFT VILLAGE, Balnakeil, Durness, IV27 4PT, Studios/galleries including: pottery, paintings, printmaking, woodturning, clothes, baskets, enamelling and jewellery LOCH CROISPOL BOOKSHOP AND RESTAURANT, 2 Balnakeil, Durness, IV27 4PT, LOTTE GLOB CERAMICS, 105 Laid, Loch Eriboll, IV27 4UN, , Phone for appointment TIMESPAN HERITAGE CEN- TRE, Dunrobin Street, Helmsdale, KW8 6JX, , www. timespan. WILD TILES AND TEXTILES, Cul Mor, Elphin, Near Ullapool, IV27 4HH, , www. wildtiles. Courses in mosaic, embroidered textiles,and creative writing HIGHLAND STONEWARE, Lochinver, IV27 4LP, , Fax: , www. highlandstoneware. For our plete range, and list of stockists in your area, visit our website BUDDING GENIUS, 5 Church Street, Dornoch, IV25 3LP, , Tain BROWN S GALLERY, Castle Brae, Ivy Lane, IV19 1AJ, , GLASSTORM CONTEMPORARY GLASS STUDIO & GALLERY, 2 Chapel Street, IV19 1EL, , Tyne & Wear AD HOC GALLERY, Buddle Arts Centre, 258b Station Road, Wallsend, NE28 8RH, LAING ART GALLERY, Higham Place, New Bridge Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8AG, , Permanent: Proctor & Gamble Children s Gallery; Art on Tyneside. Until May 22 Sunlit Pleasures - explores the artistic development of Newlyn and St Ives. Until July 7 Paul Noble. Marble Hall. Until July 27 Picture of the Month Talks. HATTON GALLERY, University of Newcastle, Claremont Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RU, , /hatton Until May 22 Ed Ruscha. Artist Rooms On Tour. Collection of modern and contemporary art SIDE PHOTOGRAPHIC GAL- LERY, 9 Side, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 3JE, , side-gallery Time Tunnel: a whirlwind tour through Newcastle s history; also Science Factory HANCOCK MUSEUM, Barras Bridge, Haymarket, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE2 4PT, , greatnorthmuseum 5 Birds of the North East. Bird Song & Breeding Behaviour DISCOVERY MUSEUM, Blandford Square, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4JA, , www. twmuseums./discovery West End Stories. Until September 29 Trailblazers - women who have made a significant contribution to the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics BALTIC - CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART, Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead Quays, South Shore Road, Gateshead, NE8 3BA, , Fax: , www. balticmill. Marcin Maciejowski. David Maljkovic. A collaboration between the Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, BALTIC and GAMeC, Bergamo, Italy Fabrice Hyber. Painting, drawing and installation BLAGDON GALLERY, Milkhope Centre, Berwick Hill Road, Seaton Burn, NE13 6DA, , Ullapool THE CEILIDH PLACE, 14 West Argyle Street, IV26 2TY, , Cafe/Bar/Shop. Programme of Events and Exhibitions. Comfortable Acmodation May Ullapool Book Festival. HIGHLAND STONEWARE, North Road, Wester Ross, IV26 2UN, , Fax: , AN TALLA SOLAIS, Ullapool Visual Arts, Market Street, IV26 2XE, , org, May 25 - June 16 The West Coast Open 9. Contemporary mixed exhibition including Painting, Sculpture, Printmaking, Photography, Craft, New Media and other RHUEART GALLERY, RhueArt Ltd, Rhue, IV26 2TJ, , Rhiannon Van Muysen. Lay of the Land. June 8 - August 14 Lisa O Brien. New Work. Wales (Dyfed) ABERYSTWYTH ARTS CENTRE, Penglais Hill, Penglais, Aberystwyth, SY23 3DE, , Fax: , www. aberystwythartscentre. Wales Yorkshire IMPRESSIONS GALLERY, Centenary Square, 29 Castlegate, Bradford, BD1 1SD, , Fax: , www. impressions-gallery. 2 Rena Effendi. Liquid Land: Legacies of Oil and Power. YORK ART GALLERY, Exhibition Square, York, YO1 7EW, , NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY, Pictureville, Queensbury, Bradford, BD1 1NQ, , 6 Tom Wood. Photographs First major solo exhibition Bollywood Icons: 100 Years of Indian Cinema. YORKSHIRE SCULPTURE PARK, West Bretton, Wakefield, WF4 4LG, , July 13 - November 3 Longside Gallery: Lucy & Jorge Ortas - New Work GALLERY ON THE GREEN, The Curator, Gallery on the Green, Upper Settle, BD24 9HG, , May 18 - July 6 Joan Ransley. Yorkshire Food and Yorkshire People. Celebrates artisan and wild food of Yorkshire THE GALLERY UPSTAIRS, Off Main Square, (above Harlequin), Grassington, BD23 5AT, INSPIRED BY... GALLERY, The Moors National Park Centre, Danby, Whitby, YO21 2NB, , uk/inspiredby May 18 - June 17 Jean Harlow - The Butterfly Effect JANETTE RAY BOOKSELLERS, 8 Bootham, YO30 7BL, , Fax: , GALLERY 49, 1 Market Place, Old Town Bridlington, YO16 4QJ, , unibox. The Three Brothers. Original work created using timbers from this original Bridlington coble boat built in 1912 Peter Blake. Limited edition screen prints June 1-29 Samantha Bryan, Meg Burkill, Helaina Sharpley, Esther Munday, Hector Fraser and Natalie Musgrave.

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