Galleries - November 2015

THE LAUREL GALLERY – Stand B6 Janette Phillips, Catherine Ingleby, Heloise Maylin, Yvonne Healy, Susan Reid, David Flower, Aguir McIver. Image 5 :Yvonne Healy, Pladda LILFORD GALLERY – Stand C2 Jonathan Stewardson, Billy Childish, Michael Olsen, Tracey Emin, Garry Pereira, James Bland, Harry Adams. Image 6 : Michael Olsen, Butterflies hand-painted feathers ROGER BILLCLIFFE GALLERY – Stand C7 Duncan Shanks, Gordon Mitchell, Christine McArthur, Michael Corsar, George Devlin, James Fullarton, James McDonald. Image 7 : Gordon Mitchell, Legs Eleven oil on canvas, 48x 36in SKYLARK GALLERY – Stand E6 Gill Hickman, Trinidad Ball, Linda Samson, Talia Lehavi, Kathy Prest and Eryka Isaak. Image 8 : Linda Samson, Red Dress ceramic tile painting THE SUTTON GALLERY – Stand D14 Thomas Cameron, Gardner Muirhead, Julia McNairn White, Joyce Gunn Cairns MBE, Norman Gilbert. Image 9 :Thomas Cameron, Flats at Sunset II oil on canvas, 40 x 60cm TIGHNABRUAICH GALLERY – Stand A9 Eleanor Carlingford, Sara Bor, Patrick Church, Tommy Fitchet, Paul Bennett, Sarah Ross Thompson, Nigel Reid Foster, Robbie Baird, Bill Williamson, Andy McClintock. Image 10 : Paul Bennett, Golden Daze URBANE ART GALLERY – Stand D4 Paul Charlton, Keymi, Véronique Guerrieri, Louise Giblin MRBS, Rosie Playfair, Frank Schroeder, Björn and Amanda Sjöling, Mary Trodden, Tehos. Image 11 : Tehos, Last Steps To Freedom acrylic/collage on canvas Art Fair Edinburgh Corn Exchange NewMarket Road : EH14 1RJ Doors Open 11amDaily : Admission £5/£3 13th-15thNovember Edinburgh Joan Eardley, Courtesy of The Scottish Gallery Art Fair charity partner Art in Healthcare creating a live painting on their stand – visitors please join in with artist Olivia Irvine – as well as organising artists’ talks, from the use of traditional skills to embracing new technology. There are printmaking workshops (Fife Dunfermline Printmakers), discussions about photography (Edinburgh’s Stills and Glasgow’s Street Level Photoworks) and the making of a mural throughout the weekend (The Stick Factory). Art buyers may also be pleased to learn that the Arts Council’s interest free loan funding scheme, Own Art, is on site.