Galleries - August 2011

WEB WORLD WIDE Businesses operating principally on the Internet ArtGallery Contemporary, original artworks and sculpture available on-line, also at The Art Gallery, Tetbury, The Knapp Gallery Regent’s Park and Malvern Theatres. t 0844 879 7438 (local rate) See also Cotswolds map GRIFFIN RAYNE GALLERY 20th Century and Contemporary paintings, photography and etchings. ILLUSTRATION ART GALLERY Original illustration art from books, magazines, newspapers and comics at affordable prices. t 020 8768 0022 THE INFINITE GALLERY Rosemary Clunie. *ad F.magnus-HIRSHFIELD Sixty years in bronze and silver. Also paintings . . . Dedicated site promoting the work of artists working in print. Featuring: Emma Clark, Paula Cox, Colin Gale, Emma Grover, Vincent Jackson, Elaine Newman, Susie Perring, Melvyn Petterson, Sonia Rollo, Chris Salmon. *ad t/f 01372 842 879 ROBERT A STUART *ad ST IVES SCHOOL OF PAINTING Historic studios, stunning location and a relaxed atmosphere. *ad t 01736 797180 VICTOR ARWAS GALLERY Editions Graphiques Ltd Studio 109, 8 Shepherd Market Mayfair, London W1J 7JY Original graphics, drawings, paintings, 1880–1960. Art Nouveau and Art Deco Applied Arts and graphics. Books by Victor Arwas. t 020 7499 2658 f 020 7493 5779 53. GALLERIES AUGUST 11 continued from page 16 living in Plymouth, exhibits here in Scotland for thefirst time, her naive narratives belying her troubled upbringing with an uplifting riot of rich colour and illustrativeforms. The gallery also stocks a rangeof locally sourced glass, jewellery & textiles (nothing made in China, according to their website). And finally Cyril Gerber Fine Art , in Glasgow, collects together a mixed array of artists for a summer show – bringing together new and contemporary with old and established in theCompass Gallery space. CM FRESH FAIR Subtitled ‘Art in the Heart of the City’ a fresh fair flings open the doors of the Music Hall on the weekend of 13 and 14 August. Aberdeen Art Fair gathers 40+ galleries and art associations showing hundreds of artists, many of them new to the north east. The list of exhibitors encompasses locals Gallery Heinzel , Glasgow gallery Roger Billcliffe and Tighnabruaich from Argyll, prices range from £50 to £10,000 and the entry fee is just £3 – free for children, for whom there is an art club on hand. Also present will be the Lost Gallery (showing regulars Mhairi McGregor, Susan White-Oakes and Peter Goodfellow) which hails from Strathdon, some 30- odd miles to the west of the Granite City in Upper Donside. Located in a 19th C. farmhouse the gallery’s mission is simple: to show the work of contemporary Scots artists that most appeals to owners Peter and Jean Goodfellow. This results in a rousingly diverse collection of paintings, sculpture and photography – with access to large scale pieces via the Scottish Sculpture Workshop. AA R oss Ryan ‘Just been Robbed!, Belladrum Music Festival’ at the Crinan Gallery