Galleries - January 2013

MAP 2 SCOTLAND GLASGOW 11. GALLERIES JANUARY 13 CLYDE KELVINGROVE PARK WE L L I N GT O HOPE S RE N FIEL D S T W EST N IL E STR E E T BUC H A N AN S T R EET INCE N TS T KENTROAD JAMAIC A S T RE ET S T G E O R G E S T R E E T B O THWELL ST G FIN NIE S TO N S TREET AR G Y L E S T R EET B E R K E L E Y S T B R O O M I E L A W A R G Y L E S T R E E T KELV IN W A Y U N I V E R S I T Y A V E HIL LHE AD S T G IB S O N S T P A R K R D W O O D L A N D S R D P R I N C ES ST S A U C H I E H A L L C O W C A D E N S S T S T V I N C E N T G O V A N R O A D T R O A R G Y L E S T R E E T A T W E S T E R N R O A D C L Y D E S I D E E X P R E S S W A Y M 8 HO L LAND S T W. CA M PB E L L S T WE LL IN G T O N S T B A TH ST RE ET SA UCH IE H ALL S T W EST R E GE N T ST WEST G EOR G E ST V I NCENT ST a a c b Central a ? BONHAMS (Glasgow) 176 St Vincent Street, G2 5SG Fine Art Auctioneers . Please contact us for viewing times. t 0141 223 8866 a CYRIL GERBER FINE ART & COMPASS GALLERY 178 West Regent Street, Glasgow, G2 4RL The Winter Collection 2012. Dec 14–Jan 31. An exhibition of specially selected works of 19th-21st Century Modern British Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture. Mon–Fri 9.30–5.30, Sat 10–5.30, Sun 11–4, free entry t 0141 221 3095 & 0141 221 6370 b JOHN GREEN FINE ART 182 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 4HG Traditional & Contemporary Paintings. An ever changing display of British & Continental oils and watercolours at reasonable prices. Specialist framers and restorers. Mon–Fri 10.30–5, Sat 10.30–1 t 0141 333 1991 c ROGER BILLCLIFFE GALLERY 134 Blythswood Street, Glasgow G2 4EL Winter Warmer: Mixed Exhibition from gallery artists. Until Jan 22. Mon–Fri 9.30–5.30 t 0141 332 4027 f 0141 332 6573 Distribute GALLERIES in Glasgow Part Time? Own Car? Regular monthly run paid per drop + expenses enquiries: National Gallery (until January 27), is one of the greatest displays of figurative painting I have ever seen. On the evidence of this epic journey through Bellany’s turbulent and awe inspiring life and art, he now securely stands alongside his heroes – Courbet, Munch, Léger, Beckman and Picasso. Today, when insignificant transient talent is vaunted as genius, the vital presence of John Bellany, Place are offering works on paper by Bellany from January 7-30. and his enduring artistic vision, is proof abundant that painting still retains the power to confront and express our deepest dreads and desires. This should be a major touring exhibition, but at present can only be seen at the SNG – so book your ticket to Edinburgh now! Bill Hare Also in Edinburgh – to coincide with this retrospective, Open Eye Gallery in Abercromby