One at the most ambitious shows ever mounted by the Glasgow Print Studio (GPS) leaturing eighteen oi Scotland‘s most prominent contemporary artists, opens on 11 November. The title “Unique and Original’ refers to the twin aspects oi this exhibition which shows original prints in context by displaying them alongside an example oi each artist’s unique work, be it a painting, drawing or sculpture.

The sheer variety ol the work on display is exhilarating in itseii and the exhibition otters an unparalleled

, opportunity to view, tor example, the

delicate iloral watercolours ot

Elizabeth Blackadder alongside the

0 Auction Works Until 7 Nov. Exhibition of works donated by some ofScotland‘s leading artists which will be auctioned on the 7th (auction by invitation only).

The Abstract Expression ol Caligraphy: New Work by Hock-Ann Teh Until 30 Nov. Highly colourful. dramatic works which reflect the mixed influences in the painter‘s life

0 TRIANGLE GALLERY 7 Randolph Place. Mon-Fri, 9.30am—4pm.


O ANNAN GALLERY 130 West Campbell Street, 221 5087/8. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm Sat 930—1230. General exhibition at British and European painting Until end Nov. 0 THE BURRELL COLLECTION Pollokshaws Road, 649 7151. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm. Sun 2—5pm. Rest. [D]

The Age 01 Oak Until end Nov.

0 COLLINS GALLERY University of

Strathclyde, 22 Richmond Street, 552 4400. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm. Sat 12—4pm.

Janos Kass: Graphic Art1970-1985


wickedly comic style oi George Wylile, creator ot the notorious tickling and

: spanking machine sculptures. Senior

Scottish artists such as Bruce McLean, Alisdair Gray, and Peter Howson are on show with a younger generation at painters irom the Glasgow School 01 Art such as Adrian Wiszniewski. Peter Wilson, whose ‘Another Curtain Cali’ is

f pictured above, draws on tashion 1 themes in his brightly coloured

lithographs and has been involved in pertormance art. Lys Hansen’s strong lemale imagery is

{ eloquently conveyed in the new

medium, particularly In works like her

representative oi the overtly expressionist style oi current painting

i is John Dellany, who was recently joint winner oi the Athena award and who

j has editioned many etchings at GPS.

, Few oi the artists represented are

trained printmakers, even Phillip

1 Reeves who heads the printmaking

i department at the Glasgow School oi

; Art, has become better known lor his

1 collages In recent years. John

E Mackechnie, General Manager otthe

; GPS. ieeis that the print medium may

i disclose hidden aspects oi style and

; personality and hopes that the

; exhibition inspires similar

: graphic screenprint ‘Hold On’. Another ; callabomtlons In the future.

Until Sat 9 Nov. Kass specialises in

poster and book illustration. typography and stamp design. Mohawk, Micmac, Maliseek Thurs 7 Nov—Sat 30 Nov. Moose—hair

1 embroidery. birch-bark moccasins '7 and porcupine quill work are some of 3 the objectsinthisintriguing


0 COMPASS GALLERY 178 West Regent Street. 221 6370. Mon—Sat 10.30am—5.30pm. Closed Sun.

Ilka Gedii (d. June 1985) Until Sat 9 Nov. A memorial retrospective exhibition of paintings and drawings, 1940—1985.

British Prints Thurs 14 Nov—Wed 27 O CORNERS GALLERY Gibson Street. 334 6386.

Gwenth M. Leech Until 2 Nov. Fowl portraits by American born artist. ’It all began when I walked into the poultry tent at last year‘s Royal Highland Show‘ she says.

George Devlin Recent Work Sat 9 Nov—Sat 30 Nov. Drawings and paintings by an artist who lives, paints and teaches in Glasgow.

0 THE FINE ART SOCIETY 134 Blythswood Street, 332 4027.

E Pastels a Watercolours by the Glasgow

j Boys Until 5 Nov. Exhibition

i coincides with the publication of on this school of painters who were virtually ignored by the art establishment of their day.

David Ross Warrillow - Recent Paintings Sat 9 Nov—Sat 30 Nov.

0 GLASGOW ARTS CENTRE 12 Washington Street, 221 4526. Mon—Fri 10am—10pm, Sat and Sun 2—5pm.

Andras Bdrdcz, Leszlo Revesz, Andras Wahorn Until 9 Nov. Fantasy and ambiguity are the interests of these three artists. Wahorn‘s drawings have the cutting quality of the

a perverse dreamlike quality. Lorant Mehes and Janos Veto Until 9

producing paintings and sculptures together under the name of Véto/Zuzu. Playful and light-hearted as their work seems to be at first sight, there is more than a hint ofmenace in it

Rellet Printing Sun 10 Nov—Sat 30 Nov. Exhibition.

Roger Billcliffe‘s authoritative book

caricaturist. Revész’s paintings have

Nov. These two artists collaborate in

liugh Cameron Community artist. Sat 16 Nov—Fri 29 Nov.

0 GLASGOW ART GALLERY & MUSEUM, KELVINGROVE 357 3929. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm. Sun 2—5pm. Restaurant. [D] Voluntary guides are available free of charge to conduct parties or individuals round

j the main galleries.

Dela Uitz Until 9 Nov. [E]

Hungarian Ceramics Today Until 9 Nov. [E] All exhibits are for sale. Medals by Andras Kiss Nagy Until 9 Nov. [E] Kiss Nagy’s prolific and varied work as a medallist is a logical extension of his achievement as a sculptor.

Glasgow—Budapest, 1902 Until 9 Nov. A small exhibition centring around the Budapest exhibition ofBritish Arts and Crafts held in 1902 which was dominated by the work of Glasgow designers.

Scotland’s Disappearing Wildliie 18 Oct-10 Nov. With the geese on Islay uncertain oftheir home on the peat bog and the shy, fun-loving otter pushed to the outer reaches of Scotland (and already extinct in England), this small exhibition aims to create an awareness of species threatened in this country.

0 GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO 128 Ingram Street, 552 0704. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.

' Janos Szirtes, liona Keserfi, lstvan

Haraszty Until 9 Nov. Three artists and three widely different aspects of Hungarian art today. Haraszty’s kinetic sculptures are set in motion by the viewer and are fascinating for their engineering as much as their whimsy. Keserii’s work is large and abstract and Szirtes, the youngest of the three, is most interested in the current concern for cross-cultural references and the mixing ofhigh and low styles.

Unique and Original Mon 11 Nov—Wed 4 Dec. Prints commissioned by the Print Studio accompanied by paintings by the artists, complementing their print (see panel).

0 GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ARTRenfrew Street, 332 9797. Mon—Thurs 9.30am—9pm, Fri 9.30am—6pm, Sat 10—12 noon.

Newbery Gallery El Kazovszkii, Gybrgy Jovanovics, Marla Lugossy Until 9 Nov. Paintings, plaster reliefs and sculptures.

Mackintosh Gallery: Mikios Erdely, Istvan M82289 Until 9 Nov. Paintings. 0 HAGG'S CASTLE 100 St Andrew’s Drive, Mon—Sat loam-5pm, Sun 2—5pm.

Far Round the World Until 17 Nov. Exhibition of costume dolls in a gallery for children but fun for ‘grown-ups’ too.


Printing Techniques New Permanent Display opens 5 Nov. The Hunterian Art Gallery owns over 15,000 prints, representing almost all the significant developments of printmaking in Europe since its infancy to the present day. How did these artists make these prints? By showing the tools and materials, the different printing surfaces and specially selected works of art, this exhibition gives general guidelines on the subject.

35 The List 1—14 November