I Art is listed by city first then byvenue. running in alphabetical order. Please send details to Alice Bain not Iaterthan todays belore publication date.


I ANNAN GALLERY 130 West (‘ampbell Street. 22] 5087 8. Mon-Fri9am—5pm; Sat 9.3llam— 12.30pm.

'I‘raditional prints by Scottish artists.

I ART GALLERY & MUSEUM. KELVINGROVE 357 392‘). Mon —Sat 10am—5pm: Sun

1 —5pm. (are. [D] Voluntary guides are available free of charge to conduct parties or individuals round the main galleries. (‘ontact the enquiry desk.

Some British Bird Artists and their Inspiration Ifntil 28 I‘eb. A rare stuffed Great Auk takes pride ot'plaee in this exitibition of natural history meets the artist. Edward Lear. Joseph ('rawhall and C. F. 'I'unniclifie are among the artists included. who took a special interest in

Third Eye Centre, Glasgow

Pat Douthwaite’s biography begins in earnest at the age at seven. Then, as a child in Glasgow, she took dancing lessons from the ilamboyant, tree spirit Margaret Morris, partner of painter J.D. Fergusson. It was Fergusson who introduced the young woman to painting and since then she has ploughed no iurrow but her own. No art college certificate. No teaching timetables. Douthwaite’s imagination has had a rigorous and by the expression in some oi her paintings, perhaps painful training—with that her imagination is untrammelled.

In this retrospective exhibition which brings together work irom the titties to the eighties, Douthwaite is presented at once as an artist oi personal intensity and universal mystery. She is outspoken in paint. Not atraid to shout out the names at her heroes Janis Joplin, Gwen John, Amy Johnson. Not atraid to iollow her wobbly black line towards iigures sometimes threatening in their inhumanity, sometimes cartoon-like in their humour.

The iigure has always vented her passion. During the sixties, seventies and figure-crazy eighties, Douthwaite has side-stepped her characters only to look at animals. Cat, goat and zebra she paints with equal energy, noting the slit at an eye and the twitch of a tail.

Landscape is evident only as breast or buttocks or a sleeping cat.

There are temale gods at the

beginning oi this exhibition and a cat 1 having a kitten at the end at it. The first

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birds and their illustration. Examples from the museum's bird collection are displayed alongside complementary bookplates.

Wally Beasiies Until 21 Feb. (‘eramic animals from the permanent collection. Whistles shaped like birds. sheep and sheepdog. a fish doubling as a hot water bottle in this small but irresistable display. Scottish Sports Photographer oi the Year Zn Feb—21 Mar.

I BARCLAY LENNIE FINE ART 203 Bath Street. 226 5413. Mon—Fri ltlam-—5pm;Sat Illam—- 1 pm.

Mixed exhibition of Scottish art.

I BLYTHSWOOD GALLERY In] West George Street. 226 5529. Mon -I"ri l()am—5.3tlpm: Sat lllam— 1 pm.

Glasgow artists during February.

I THE BURRELL COLLECTION Pollokshaws Road. 64‘) 7 I 51. Mon—Sat lllam~5pm; Sun 2--5pm. Rest. [1)]

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is nervy and taught, th with humour. This is an exhibition which stands ior thirty years at work

park offers a taste of the country.

Chinese Bronzes- Art and Ritual L'ntil 4 Mar. Anything which has survived nearly three thousand years instils a special awe and fascination. These bronzes from the British Museum are no exception. Vessels for wine and food offerings. weapons and chariot fittings front the Shang (c l7titl B(') and Zhou (e 1050 B(‘) dynasties. Examples frorn the Burrell (‘olleetion will complement the display.

I COLLINS GALLERY I 'nive rsity of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 “(Heart 2682 241o. .\Ion-~l5ri Itiam~5pmz Sat l2-4pm.

True Stories and Photoiictions 33 tic-l» 1s Mar. Photographers who make no cxctise for the manipulations of their subjects for theirown ends. Ron ()‘Donncll from Edinburgh and ('alum ('olvin ol Dundee are the Scottish representatives of a group which includes some ol the best practitioners iit this area namely Boyd Webb (currently showing at the Fruitrnarket in Edinburgh). Bernard I-‘aucon. [.es Krims and Duane Michals. I COMPASS GALLERY 178 West Regent Street. 221 (i370. Mon—Sat Illant -5.3llpm. James Hardie l'ntil 3 March. Paintings from America and Scotland.

I CYRIL GERBER FINE ART H8 West Regent Street.22l 3ll‘)5. Mon I-‘ri 9.30am 5.30pm; Sat‘).3(lam 12.30pm. British paintings and drawings.

I FINE ART SOCIETY I34 Blylltsyvood Street. 332 4027. Mon I’ri

9.30am 5.30pm; Sat lllam lptn.

Scottish paintings from the 19th and 2(lth centuries.

I GLASGOW ARTS CENTRE 12 Washington Street. 22] 4526. Mun-I'Tl Illam 5pszat It) 5pm.

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elephants sitting to attention forthe fashion photographer this exhibition shows animals by some of the world‘s most famous photographers and in some ofthe most unusual situations. Robert Doisneau (currently showing at the French Institute. Edinburgh). Richard Avedon. Eugene Atget and Garry Winogrand are among those with work included. Anexcellent exhibition organised by the Photographers Gallery. London. I GLASGOW PRINT STUOIO 25 King Street. 552(l7tl-i. Mon-Sat Want—5.30pm. Members and visitors work on show until the Print Studio move to their permanent premises at 22 King Street. I GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART Renfield Street. Mon—Fri. Benson and Hedges Photographer: and Illustrator: Gold Award Until 4 Mar. This annual exhibition pops up in a different venue in Scotland every year. 1988 in Glasgow. home of a first prize winner. Don Reveoz. who won 5: 1 500 and the gold trophy. ‘Pigeon Fanciers'. his winning picture. shows industry on the wing. I GLASGOW UNIVERSITY LIBRARY I lillltead Street. 339 8855. Mon—Thurs 9.15am" 9.15pm; Pri‘).l5am~-4.45pm:Sat 9. 15am— 12.15pm. Sicilia Perduta Photographs ofSicily in the 1940‘s by Giacomo Pozzi-Bellini and a selection of books on \‘ittorini and Sicily. A tourng exhibition organised by the Italian Institute and seen in the Gallery of Modern A rt. Rome. I HAGGS CASTLE 1le St Andrews Drive. Mon Sat Illam-—5pm; Sun 2-—5pm. (ilasgow‘s museum for children. Making Faces: For Children L'ntil 22 Feb. I HILLHEAD LIBRARY 3-18 Byres Road. 339 7223. Mon Fri ‘).3llam-—lpm. 2—8pszat 9.30am» 1 pm and 2-—5pm. (‘losed Wed. Glasgow Photography Group Until end Feb. I’irst show ing of a group ofphotographers based in the (ilasgow area. Visual Artists Register Glasgow An index of slides and artists' details to help you find work you like and presumably would like to see more of or buy. I HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY University of (ilasgow. llillhead Street. 3305431. Moii~I-'ri 9.30am -5pm; Sat 9.3(lam— I pm. The Mackintosh House Gallery: ()pen as above but closed for lunch 12.30- I .3()pm. 5(lp admission on weekday afternoons and Saturdays. A reconstruction ofthe architect‘s home fitted with original furniture. Old Master Drawings from the University at Leiden Until 31 March. The first British and only Scottish showing of a major exhibition of Dutch and Flemish drawings from the 16th to the 19th centuries. Work by Gossae rt. Ave rcarnp and Willem van de Velde. I HUNTERIAN MUSEUM The University of Glasgow. 33‘) 8855. Mon—Fri 9.3(lzirtt~5prit; Sat 9.3(iam— I pm. Twice named Museum of the Year. the IIunterian (‘ollection includes objects ranging from (‘aptain ('ook‘s Pacific treasures to the Bearsden Shark. No temporary exhibitions until April. I IMAGES GALLERY 74 I Iyndland Road. 334 53] l. .‘v‘lon-I‘ri 9.3(lam—5.3Upm. 19th and 2(lth century watercolours and etchings. I J. O. KELLY GALLERY 1 18 Douglas Street. Mon—I‘ri It).3()am—2pm and 2.30—5.3(ipszat mam—2.30pm. Eileen Naismith Until 27 Feb. I LILLIE ART GALLERY Station Road. Milngavie. 956 2351. Tue—Fri 11am—5pm and 7—9pm; Sat and Sun 2—5pm. Gallery closed until 9Jan. Remains to be Seen 27 Feb—10 April. An exhibition on the history of Bearsden and Milngavie. I MAIN FINE ART The Studio Gallery. 16 Gibson Street. 334 8858. Tue—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm. Scottish contemporary painting. I METRO GALLERY 713 Great Western Road. 339 (i737 (opp Botanic Gardens). Tue—Sat 11am—5pm.