Galleries - May 2011

14. GALLERIES MAY 11 A 9 A 8 3 5 A 9 A 9 0 M 7 4 ( M ) M 8 ABERFELDY STIRLING JEDBURGH DUMFRIES STONEHAVEN CRIEFF ULLAPOOL DUNOON CARLISLE BERWICK ISLEOFSKYE AYR KIRKCUDBRIGHT BROUGHTON ISLEOFARRAN STENTON FORTWILLIAM KILMORACK OBAN STANDREW'S PEEBLES FORFAR ABOYNE STRATHDON CRINAN LASG G OW PERTH DINBURGH E DUNDEE INVERNESS ABERDEEN NEWCASTLE UPON-TYNE a e d cb ABERDEENSHIRE a GALLERY HEINZEL 24 Thistle Street, Aberdeen AB10 1XD Catriona Campbell & George Birrell: Exhibition of New Paintings. May 7–Jun 4. View the work online. *own art Mon–Fri 10–5, Sat 10–5.30 t 01224 625629 ARGYLL & BUTE b CRINAN GALLERY Crinan Hotel Gallery, Crinan, Argyll PA31 8SR RSW Members’ Paintings: At The Waters Edge. May 7–Jun 3. *ad The Art Gallery with Rooms . . . t 01546830261 c JUNO DESIGN GALLERY 159 Argyll Street, Dunoon, PA23 7DD MixedExhibitions by Contemporary Artists: Yvonne Healy, Janis Mennie, Freda Waldapfel, Lizzie Rose, Norman Laird, Stuart Herd, George Muir, Sandi Anderson, David Morrison, Martin Oates, Deborah Phillips & Brian Phillips. Also on show Contemp- orary Textiles, Jewellery, Ceramics andDesign-ledGifts. Take advantage of ‘own art’ interest free loan (typical 0% APR). Visit the new website for Exhibition details. *own art Mon–Sat 10–5 t 01369 707767 MAPS 2 & 3 UK SCOTLAND & GLASGOW DUNDEE d THE KRYSZTYNA GALLERY 15A Nelson Street, Dundee, DD1 2PN Viewing by appt. Collection of etchings & watercolours. 12–8, 7 days t/f 01382 322522 DUMFRIES & GALLOWAY e high st gallery 84 High Street, Kirkcudbright, DG6 4JL Scottish Contemporary Art – mainly graduates of GSA & ECA, including John Bellany, Davy Brown, George Birrell, Douglas Davies, Hazel Campbell, Peter Howson, James Macaulay, Alexander Robb; Scottish Fine Art including Kirkcudbright artists of the past; Decorative Arts & Collectables including Arts & Crafts, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Glasgow Girls andScottish Pottery and Glassware & Jewellery. Easter Exhibition. Apr 16–May 15. Mixedexhibition of works by artists including John Bellany, Davy Brown, Hazel Campbell, Frank Colclough, Douglas Davies, Peter Howson, James Macaulay and Eric Redmond. Frank McFadden. May 21–Jun 19. Solo exhibition of recent works in pastel andoil by Peter Howson protégé. *own art Mon–Wed & Fri–Sat 10–5, Sun 11–5, closed Thur t 01557 331660 a THE BLYTHSWOOD GALLERY The Gallery Suite (2nd Flr), 21 Blythswood Square Glasgow G2 4BL (Public elevator in the building.) The SpringExhibition of paintings by 19th C., 20th C. andContemporary Artists. Apr 19–May 28. J. Bell Anderson, D.A.C. Artz, Dame E.V. Blackadder, J.G. Boyd, R.M. Coventry, J. Cumming, Dr D.A. Donaldson, J.K.H. Eardley, N. Edgar, Sir W. Russell Flint, Sir W.G. Gillies, G. Houston, J. Houston, Prof I. Howard, W. Johnstone, J. Kay, W. Kennedy, John Knox, Dr J. Knox, W. Littlejohn, Dr B. Low, C. McCall, D. McClure, Sir W. MacTaggart, D.A.R. Michie, G. Mitchell, S. Murphy, H. Nagl, J. Stuart Park, Sir R. Philipson, J.Q. Pringle, Dr B. Rae, Dr A. Redpath, P. Reeves, L. Richmond, Dr J.D. Robertson, D.F. Shanks, G. Squire, C. Stenhouse, E.A. Walton andmany other artists. Mon–Fri 10–5, Sat 10–1 t 07975 634928 GLASGOW Subtitled“The myth of Narcissus in surrealist andcontemporary art”, this latest of Edinburgh venue The Fruitmarket’s thematic shows curatedby invitedartists andscholars is from DavidLomas andDawn Ades. They explore the ways in which Ovid’s myth of the beautiful youth, entrancedby his own reflection andthen transformedinto the eponymous flower, has inspiredso many artists. Dali’s Metamorphosis of Narcissus is undoubtedly the big attraction but also included are some fascinating interpretations on self-obsession by, amongst others, Beaton andCocteau. Lomas’ exhibition publication explores the myth in a wider context. BH THUMB nails Jean Cocteau, ‘Orphée’