I Art is listed by city tirst then byvenue. running in alphabetical order. Please send details to Alice Bain not laterthan iOdays beiore publication date.


I ANNAN GALLERY l3ll West (‘ampbell

Street. 221 5(IS7' .9. .\Ion l-‘ri9ant5pm;

Sat9.3l)ant l2.3llpm. Traditional prints by Scottish artists.


3573929. Mon—Sat lilam 5pszun

l--5pm. (ate. [1)] Voluntary guides are available tree oi charge to conduct parties or individuals rotmd the ntain galleries. (iontact the enquiry desk.

Scottish Sports Photographer oi the Year I'ntil2l .\Iar.

Joan Eardley I 'ntil Apr. All works by Joan Iiardley from the gallery 's collection plus sketches recently gii’ted by theartist's sister w ill be show it w ith a selection ol worksby (‘owie. Redpath. (iilliesand Donaldson.

Three Strands [hill 12 Apr. Contemporary stitched and woy en textiles trom (ilasgow . Dundee and Iidinburgh. l-‘rom astronauts to zebras irt art exhibition ot almost 20” items.

Scottish Art lrom 19408 to 1960s t'ntil Apr. Watercolours. prints and drawings from the permanent collection.

Digging tor History 3| Mar 7 30 May. The work of the Scottish l'rban Archaeological Trust in (ilasgow which looks into the city‘s past. Pottery. metalwork. glass and Iood remains will be in the display which looks at three main sites. the ('athedral area. the iormer (‘ollege (ioods Yard in High Street arid the Franciscan lriary to the west ofthe High Street.

IAULO KIRK MUSEUM (‘owgate. Kirkintilloch. Tue. Thurs. Fri 2pm- 5pm; Sat lilamr—lpm. 2—5pm.

Earth and Water In April-h May . Pottery by Dennis Mackie and paintings by Dick Stevenson.

I BARCLAY LENNIE FINE ART 203 Bath Street. 226 5413. Mon—Fri lilant—5pszat 10am—1pm.

Avril Paton 18 Mar—9 Apr. A Yearin Glasgow. Recent paintings.


Road. (149 7151. Mon— Sat 10am—5pm; Sun

2—5pm. Rest. [D]

The glittering prizes ot one man's wealth shown under one roof. The surrounding park offers a taste of the country.

I COLLINS GALLERY Ifniversity of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 “(lilext 2682 2416. Mon—Fri lilam—5pm; Sat 12—4pm. ('losed 1—4 AprincIUsive.

True Stories and Photoiictions Until 18 Mar.

Photographers who make no excuse tor the manipulations of their subjects" for theirown ends.

The Seli Portrait- A Modern View 30 Mar— 22 Apr. The faces ot~ sixty one artists brought together by invitation of the Artsite Gallery. Bath. A revealing exhibition which has already attracted much media attention. Artists contributing themselves include John Bellany. Peter Blake.

Anthony (‘aro. David I lockney . (iwen

llardie. RB. l\'itaj. Iiduardo I’aoloui and

Adrian Wisxniew ski. It is an impressive list with Scottish artists well-represented. I COMPASS GALLERY 17S" West Regent Street. 221 (i370. Mon-Sat lllam~5.3ilpm. Peter McLaren t‘ntil 29 Mar.

I CYRIL GERBER FINE ART HS West Regent Street. 221 3095. Mon Sat 9.30am ‘5.3ilprn.

James Cowie RSA I'ntil 1 April. Paintings. drawings and w atercolours.

I FINE ART SOCIETY I34 Bly‘lhswood Street. 332 4027. Mon l‘ri

9_3llam 5.30pm; Sat lilam~ lptn.

Joan Eardley, Art Gallery and Museum,

Kelvingrove, Glasgow. A photograph oi Joan Eardley in this exhibition shows a woman with a

round, smiling slightly weather-beaten

lace. She’s wearing a thick woolly hat and a duttel coat, clothes much more suited to the rigours ot a harsh Scottish climate than her native Sussex. The photograph may’ve been taken shortly beiore her death, iorshe looks to be in her early 403 and she died, 25 years ago, at the age oi only 42.

She has become, with every justiiication, one at the most celebrated artists at 20th century Scottish painting. She moved to Glasgow aged 19, attended the Glasgow School at Art, became a joiners labourer in the war and only

later returned to painting, taking up her

post-diploma studies in 1948. This is a small exhibition, occassioned by the giit lrom the artist's


Art in Fashion, Fashion in Art Opens 28 March. I GLASGOW ARTS CENTRE 12 Washington

Street. 221 4526. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat


Hannah Hitch- Collages Until 31 March. lloch was included in the major Royal Academy exhibition 'German Art in the 20th Century" and is one of the pioneersin the development of collage within the Dadaist movement. She worked with Raoul Housmann. Hans Arp and Kurt

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Schwitters and had close connections with

the Stijl movement in The Hague where she lived for three years with the Dutch

authoress Til Brugman. Her life is as much

part of the history ot‘2Uth century art as her work. She died in 1978.


5520704. Mon—Sat l()am—5.3Upm. Members and visitors work on show until the Print Studio move to their permanent premises at 22 King Street.

I GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART Rentield Street. Mon—Fri.

Photography L'ntil 18 Mar. Work by the students of the Fine Art Photography

I HAGGS CASTLE 1()() St Andrews Drive. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm. Glasgow’s museum for children.

Getthe Message L'ntil 22 Mar. Different systems of communication tor children. I HARBINGERS 417 Great Western Road. 339 9999. Mon—Sat lilam—bpm; Sun noon— 5pm; (.‘losed Tuesdays.

First Exhibition L'ntil 31 Mar. This design shop run by two young (ilasw egiarts has jUst opened art exhibition area in their back premises. beginning tltetr 19M programme with ceramics by Peter Fishley Holland attd paintings by Iirnesto Floriano Vaz. In keeping with their shop policy Gillian Simon and (‘athie Docherty are committed to the promotion ot' y oting Glasgow talent in the tield ot design.

I HILLHEAO LIBRARY 348 By res Road. 33‘) 7223. Mon—Fri 9.3llam— lpm. 2w Spm; Sat 9.3llam— 1 pm and 2—5pm. (‘losed Wed. Visual Artists Register Glasgow An index OI slides and artists' details to help you lind work you like and presumably would like to see ntore otorbuy.

I HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY t'niy ersin of Glasgow . llillhead Street. 3305431 Mon—Fri 9.3llam~5pm; Sat 9.3llam lpm. Closed 1—4 Apr.

The Mackintosh House Gallery: ()pen its above btit closed tor lunch 1230-1 .Rllpm. 50p admission on weekday atternoons and Saturdays. A reconstruction ot‘ the architect's home titled with original furniture. Until June the gallery is showing a special display ot' Mackintosh Chair Designs which illustrates the artist‘s range. covering the years from the

experimental 189ll'sto hismore

retstrained style of 1914 when he lett Glasgow.

Old Master Drawings trom the University oi Leiden L'ntil 31 March. The lirst British

5 and only Scottish showing of a major

sister at several drawings, studies tor larger works (including several tor her picture Glasgow Kids: A Saturday Matinee Picture Oueue) which are on show tor the iirst time. Her work is shown alongside paintings by her teachers and contemporaries but though the comparisions are

interesting, one longs tor more

examples by Eardley herseli. She's iamous tor her pictures oi

! Glasgow children shown, without a trace oi sentimentality, playlng in the

street or squabbling in a Saturday

. eyes, like the sky in an on-coming

; storm. Nextto the picture is another, a moving photograph oi Eardley,

painting alone at the beach. She‘s standing with her back to the

‘1 camera, in lront at a vast canvas which 3 she used to weigh down with rocks. Her Q pearshaped ligure is wrapped irom

.- head to loot in oilskins and the

. turbulent sea is creaming over the

ueue. But best known . matinee Cinema q i run as though a wave has lust crashed

at all are her landscapes and seascapes, painted around Catterllne, a iishing village on the north east coast. Here especially can be seen her mastery in handling paint, valuing its thick, unctuous and plastic properties. One such seascape is on display here a big dark picture which you alomst expect to darken turther beiore your

rocks. At oneside, almost out oi irame is a motorcycle and in the ioreground oi the adjacent painting (not necessarily the same painting as in the photograph) the paint has streaked and

overthem both. (Sally Kinnes)

I To commemorate the twenty iiith anniversary oi Eardly's death the Scottish Gallery at Modern Art will be publishing in May a monograph in the Scottish Masters Series (£2.95).


The List 1s— 31 March toss-45