Galleries - September 2016

MAP 1 UK SCOTLAND 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 N.BERWICK FORTWILLIAM KILMORACK OBAN STANDREW'S FORFAR BALLATER STRATHDON FINDHORN ISLEOFLEWIS NESS GLASGOW PERTH H EDINBURG DUNDEE INVERNESS ABERDEEN NEWCASTLE UPON-TYNE a c b f e d WESTERN ISLES a GREENALL O’DELL STUDIO 39a South Dell, Isle of Lewis, HS2 0SP t 01851 810170 m 07748 531595 ISLE OF SKYE b DIANA MACKIE STUDIO & GALLERY 10 Borreraig Park, Dunvegan, Isle of Skye IV55 8ZX t 01470 511795 ABERDEENSHIRE c THE LOST GALLERY Strathdon, Aberdeenshire AB36 8UJ t 01975 651287 ARGYLL & BUTE d JUNO DESIGN GALLERY 159 Argyll Street, Dunoon, Argyll PA23 7DD Mixed Exhibitions by Contemporary Artists: Deborah Phillips, Brian Phillips, Glen Craig, SEPTEMBER 2016 GALLERIES 11 Colin Ian Christie, Brian Madden, Kevin Hunter, Gillian Park, Anne Hewitt, Louise Scott, Caroline Plummer. Also on show Contemporary Textiles, Jewellery, Ceramics and Design-led Gifts. Visit our website for exhibition details. Mon–Sat 10–5 t 01369 707767 e RESIPOLE STUDIOS Acharacle, Argyll, PH36 4HX t 01967 431506 EAST LOTHIAN f FIDRA FINE ART 45 Dirleton Avenue, North Berwick, East Lothian EH39 4BL Ya Bass!: Bass Rock – A timeless Muse. Until Sep 11. Invited artists present their interpretation of the iconic Bass Rock. June Carey RSW RGI: It’s All About Love. Sep 17–Oct 16. New and recent etchings and paintings. PV Sep 16 6–8. Sat/Sun 12–5, & wkdays by appt t 01620 895057 t @fidrafineart f FidraFineArt ‘A Taleof 2 Cities’, thetitleof Michael G Clark’s show at Doubtfire Gallery in Edinburgh, celebrates a long standing and profoundly romantic passion that painter Clark has nurtured for Edinburgh and Paris. Coming to Edinburgh College of Art from thewest coast of Scotland in the early 1980s, he fell in love with the city’s Georgian architecture, and the alleyways and streets of theOld Town. A first visit to Paris in 1980 stirred a no less powerful reaction and, as can be immediately seen from the subjects of the paintings that makeup this show, it was the sense of an individualistic human scalethat thevernacular architecture of the two cities sharewhich has become one of the key themes of his artistic practice, and lovingly expressed in a delicate, heart warming intimiste style. NU THUMB nail Michael G Clark ‘Georgian Edinburgh’ Elizabeth Cope ‘Rangifer Tarandus’ Annabella Forbes and Elizabeth Cope (see listing on map 19)