Galleries - March 2018

EAST LOTHIAN e FIDRA FINE ART 45 Dirleton Avenue, North Berwick, East Lothian EH39 4BL Mixed Exhibition. Mar 3–31. A mixed exhibition of work by gallery artists and selected pieces by Scottish artists from the past 100 years. Sat/Sun 12–5, & wkdays by appt t 01620 895057 I fidrafineart t @fidrafineart f FidraFineArt ? BONHAMS Kirkhill House, Broom Road East Newton Mearns, Glasgow G77 5LL Fine Art Auctioneers. t 0141 223 8866 MAPS 1 & 2 UK SCOTLAND & GLASGOW CITY CENTRE 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 LEOFSKYE AYR KIRKCUDBRIGHT ISLEOFARRAN FORTWILLIAM KILMORACK OBAN STANDREW'S FORFAR BALLATER STRATHDON FINDHORN ISLEOFLEWIS NESS GLASGOW PERTH NBURGH IED DUNDEE INVERNESS ABERDEEN NEWCASTLE UPON-TYNE a c b e d PITTENWEEM WESTERN ISLES a GREENALL O’DELL STUDIO 39a SouthDell, 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 RESIPOLE STUDIOS Acharacle, Argyll PH36 4HX t 01967 431506 RENFREW ST S T V I N CE N T L A N E E T W . CAM P BE L L S T WE L L IN BATH ST R E E T SA U C H IE H A LL S T WEST REGENT ST W ES T GEO R GE S T ST V IN C EN T STREE T a b a CYRIL GERBER FINE ART & COMPASS GALLERY 178 West Regent Street, Glasgow G2 4RL 19th–21st century British Drawings, Paintings and Sculpture including works by new Scottish Contemporaries and leading Modern Masters. Mon–Fri 9.30–5.30, Sat 10–5 t 0141 221 3095/6370 f CyrilGerberFineArt b ROGER BILLCLIFFE GALLERY 134 Blythswood Street, Glasgow G2 4EL Michael Corsar: Night Walking and other Journeys. Mar 2–Apr 3. Sabine König, Emma Farquharson and Yvonne Gilhooly: Contemporary Jewellery. Mar 2–Apr 3. Mon–Fri 9.30–5.30 t 0141 332 4027 t @BillcliffeArt GLASGOW 10 GALLERIES MARCH 2018 Jannica Honey ‘Gemini’ Arusha Gallery (see listing on facing page) Rosemary Beaton by Clare Henry, Alexander Moffat and Alison Harper Sansom&Company, hardback £30 This richly illustrated and informative book (150 landscape and life drawings, paintings, portraiture and environmental artwork) spans the 30 year career of one of themost outstanding of the new ‘GlasgowGirls’ who emerged to prominence in the heady days for figurative painting in the 1980s. Rosemary Beaton was a highly talented student at The Glasgow School of Art, who concentrated on portraiture, which shot her to fame in 1984, when, aged just 20, she was the first Scot and youngest person to win the prestigious John Player National Portrait Award (now BP) and a commission to paint the renowned political broadcaster Robin Day. She works in a bold colourful graphic style of expression to produce strong vivid imagery of her human and landscape subjects. B ill Hare BOOK review