Galleries - January 2013

MAP 1 UK SCOTLAND 10. GALLERIES JANUARY 13 A 9 A 8 3 5 A 9 A 9 0 M 7 4 ( M ) M 8 ABERFELDY STIRLING JEDBURGH DUMFRIES STONEHAVEN CRIEFF ULLAPOOL THURSO DUNOON CARLISLE BERWICK ISLEOFSKYE AYR KIRKCUDBRIGHT BROUGHTON ISLEOFARRAN STENTON FORTWILLIAM KILMORACK OBAN STANDREW'S FORFAR BALLATER STRATHDON CRINAN FINDHORN ISLEOFLEWIS NESS G LASGOW PERTH RGH EDINBU DUNDEE INVERNESS ABERDEEN NEWCASTLE UPON-TYNE a e g d h j i f c b COLINTRAIVE WESTERN ISLES a IN HOUSE GALLERY 39 South Dell, Isle of Lewis, HS2 0SP Gallery and Studio showingContemporary Art from the Outer Hebrides. Paintings, Drawings and Prints from Ruth O’Dell & David Greenall. To view by appointment contact: t 01851 810170 m 07748 531595 HIGHLAND b RHUE ART Rhue, Ullapool, Ross-shire IV26 2TJ See also London Cork Street Map ABERDEENSHIRE c THE AIRT GALLERY South Leylodge, nr Kintore, Aberdeenshire AB51 0XY d THE McEWAN GALLERY Glengarden, Ballater, Aberdeenshire AB355UB e RIVERSIDE GALLERY Arduthie House, Ann Street, Stonehaven Aberdeenshire AB39 2DA ARGYLL & BUTE f CRINAN GALLERY Crinan Hotel, Crinan, By Lochgilphead Argyll PA31 8SR The Art Gallery with Rooms. t 01546 830261 g JUNO DESIGN GALLERY 159 Argyll Street, Dunoon, PA23 7DD Mixed Exhibitions by Contemporary Artists: Yvonne Healy, Norman Laird, Stuart Herd, David Morrison 1958-2011, Mary Ann Ryves, George Muir, Deborah Phillips, Audrey Slorance, Sian MacQueen & Brian Phillips. Also on show Contemporary Textiles, Jewellery, Ceramics and Design-led Gifts. 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 h RESIPOLE STUDIOS Acharacle, Argyll, PH36 4HX STIRLING i SHOWCASE GLASS, ART and CRAFT Unit 7, Imex Business Centre, Craigleith Road Broadleys Industrial Park, Stirling FK7 7WU DUNDEE j THE KRYSZTYNA GALLERY 15A Nelson Street, Dundee, DD1 2PN Viewingby appointment. Collection of etchings and watercolours. 12–8, 7 days t/f 01382 322522 Passion for Life In our age of empty exaggeration and hollow hyperbole a canny Scot needs to be wary of allowinghis enthusiasm for a particular exhibition to inflate his critical response. In this case however, I must throw restraint to the wind and categorically state that John Bellany’s 70th birthday retrospective at the Scottish PUBLICEYE J ohn Bellany ‘The Box Meeting Cockenzie’ 1965,.and right ‘The Obsession’ 1966 Coll. of the artist. Scottish National Gallery