Galleries - November 2018

the times, with a brief to attract exhibitors bringing “high quality, diverse, interesting and cutting edge work”, while giving visitors the “chance to view and buy artwork not easily found on your local high street.” Anticipating some 13,500 through the doors over the weekend, artwork sales in years gone by have exceeded £1m, with prices starting (this year) at the £100 mark, rising to around £100,000 for a wide variety of sculpture, ceramics and glassware adding to the mix with paintings and prints. Artist demonstrations, talks and art classes complete the line up. Some 60 plus galleries from the UK and abroad – Denmark, Gibraltar, China, South Korea among them – are heading for the glorious and iconic Scottish capital this month for the annual Edinburgh Art Fair at the Corn Exchange. Now in its 14th year, EAF prides itself in evolving with NOVEMBER 2018 GALLERIES 11 from left W oodbine Contemporary Arts: Stand D17 Emma Jackson ‘River Edge, Aviemore’ Gallery Different: Stand C10 Keith Haynes ‘God Save the Sex Pistols’ (detail) Arusha Gallery: Stand C9 Rhiannon Salisbury ‘Wayfarer’ S cots fair A RT FA IR