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Contemporary Art Class by leading British and International Class Artists

EXHIBITION of new art glass by

ANTHONY STERN April 22nd May 6th

Monday Saturday 10am—5.30pm 478 George Street, Edinburgh EH2 2HT Tel: 031 220 1305


(ilasgow figurative painter. Open Circle From 28 April. Maytest. An exhibition ofcontemporary I‘rench paintings to celebrate the Bicentennial of the French Revolution.

I HUNTERIAN ART GALLERY t'niversity of (ilasgow. 82 llillhead Street. 33tI5-I3l. Mon—Fri 0.3llarn—5pm; Sat ‘).3tlam-— 1 pm. Hill and Adamson 2t) April-34.1mm. Maytest. Photographs of the l84tls by the pioneer Scottish artists David ()ctav itis Hill and Robert Adamson. A display to celebrate the 150th anniversary oftltc invention of photography andorgariised by (‘anada's Mendel Art (iallery.

The Mackintosh House Gallery: ( )pcn its above but closed for lunch 12.3(lr-l.3(lprn. 50p admission on weekday afternoons and Saturdays. Recording Mackintosh l-‘rom 2‘) April. Photographs by 'l'. & R. Arman iv Sons w ho recorded the architecture and interiors of (‘harles Rennie Mackintosh. I IMAGES GALLERY 7-1 llyndlund Road. 334 5311. Mon—Hi 9.30am-5.3llpm. Sat 9 . 3t lam—5pm.

General Exhibition limit 7 May. l‘)th and 20th certtury paintings and prints as w ell as Japanese woodblock prints.

I INTERDEC GALLERY Maryhill Burgh Hall. 24 (iairbraid Ave. 9465912.

Spring Pre-Maytest Exhibition t not 37 April. A mixed display teaturing watercolours by lidmund Tetteh l-‘rom (ihana. fabric art by l-‘iona MacRitchie and the gallery‘s own collection.

Godtrey Banadda 3t) April-27 May. Maytest. Paintings by one of the finest young artists in Uganda. Working in a poverty stricken country. Banadda paints from dawn until it is time to go tohis Ministry ot’(‘ulture office and earns just it» a month. Much of his work comes asa reaction to the 17 years of political turmoil in the country under the A min and ()bote regimes. but in more recent peaceful times his work has explored the possibilities of pattern and colour.

Orphans in the Bush 2‘) April- 37 May. A photographic essay by David Bt'ttnool l-‘alkirk on a development project for ()rp/irms oft/1c Regime in liastern L'ganda.

I JOHN GREEN FINE ART 203 Bath Street. 2216025. Mon Fri 10am -5pm; Sat It)am—- 1pm.

19th 6: 20th century continental oilsarid watercolours.

I KELLY GALLERY 1 18 Douglas Street. 248 (i386. Mons Sat l(I.3t)arn»—5.3(Ipm; also Thurs ck Fri 6- 9pm.

Movements in Landscape 22 April «r» May. Paintings by Silvia Allen.

I LILLIE ART GALLERY Station Road. Milrtgavie. 956 2351 . Tue -l’ri l lam- 5pm and 7—9pm; Sat and Sun 2 -5pm. Closed Mondays.

Group 81 tintil 3t) April. An exhibitionof paintings taking up galleries twoand three.

Children‘s Art Class Exhibition [nut 27 April. This display is in gallery one.

I MAIN FINE ART Michael Main ( iallery and The Studio (iallery. lo and 34 (iihsun Street. Both galleries on 33-1 8858 and open Mon—Sat ltlam—opm.

Colourin Landscape Ham 1 May. Maytest. A celebration of Scottish landscape painting. drawing attention to the special qualities of light and colour particular to this country.

I MARYHILL ARTS CENTRE 1 I Malloch Street. 945 3995. Mon- Thurs 2~ ~9pm. Work in 1. 2, 3 and 4 Dimensions 2-- 18 May. Maytest. (iraham Johnstone presents drawings and picture stories in sculptural frames. while Sam McVeigh has produced a specially created environment.

I 908 GALLERY I2 ()tago Street. Kelvinbridge. 33‘) 3158. Mon—Sat Illani--oprii.

Wry Commentaries limit 37 April. A father and son double act. Martin & David Baillie. exhibiting paintings from their long artistic careers. Both painters concentrate on people and ihcir situations. although their styles are very different. Martin (who was once art critic

for the Glasgow Herald) uses a loose. subtly constructed style with touches of humour. while David goes for a more sombre. tough approach.

Glasgow Belongs 29 April—25 May. Maytest. The gallery‘s annual Mayfest theme is the (‘ity of Glasgow in all its visual splendour. (‘onternporary artists paint everything from the market stall to the grandest building.

I ONE Princes Square. 226 3032. Mon—Sat Ilium—7pm; Sun I I .3tlam—5pm.

A Sixteen Manshow Limit 20 April. The first solo exhibition of painting by Charles Parker. a recent graduate ofGlasgow School of Art.

I PROVAND'S LORDSHIP (‘astle Street. 552 881‘). Mon—Sat ltIam—5pm.Sun 2am—5pm.

Louise Annand Limit to May. An exhibition oforiginal sketches that make tip Annand's A Glasgow .S‘Ii'elc/rlmuk published by Richard Drew.

I THE SHED 25 Blackfriars Street. 553 2475. Mon-«Sat 12 noon—7pm; sun 12 noon~5pm.

Transtigurations From 1 May. Maytest't‘his new gallery intends to use its bigconverted warehouse space to show large-scale paintings and sculpture. . .ere local artists Matthew Inglis. David Linley. Alastair Straehan and Donald lquuart show their work.

I THIRD EYE CENTRE 350 Sauchiehall Street. 332 752 I . Tue—Sat “lam—5.30pm. Sun 2--5.3t)pm. Later opening hours during Mayfest.

At Face Value (iallery ()ne. L'ntil 22 April. A large exhibition of French artists brought together by the Third Iiye ('entre in association with Kettles Yard. ('ambridge and featuring the work of Martine Abellea. Marie Bourget. Sophie (‘alle. Ange l.cccia and a group called l.I-‘.P.

Paintings Until 22 April. Simon Patterson is a recent graduate of(ioldsrnithsCollegc and was recently featured on The Late Show on BB('2.

Installation l7ntil 22 April. Last year's group ofgraduates from (ioldsmiths (‘ollege in London has been attractinga lot of attention in the art world and like Simon Patterson. Damien llirst. who is responsible for this installation. is oneof that group.

Cate L'ntil 22 April. An exhibition of photographs by Iain Robertson who lives on Shetland.

Rudolph Fila (iallery One. 2‘) April—4 June. Maytest. This is the first exhibition in the West for a (‘zech artist who takes existing images. from calendars to Old Masters. and alters them as he seesfit. Vandalism as art perhaps.

Owen Logan (iallery Two. 29 April—4 June. Maytest. Award winning photographsof Morocco between 1983 and 1988.

Jacqui Poncelet Foyer. 2t) April—4 June. Maytest. Small. highly coloured paintings from London based artist.

David Newman (‘afe area. 29 April—“tine. Maytest. Specially devised photographic works.

I TRANSMISSION GALLERY l3 ('hisholm Street. 552 48 1 3. Mon—Sat noon—6pm. Transmission has moved to new premises in 28 King Street. just around the corner.

The first exhibition in the new gallery will

open in May orJune.

I WASPS 26 King Street. 552 0564. Mon—Fri 9am—5pm; Sat lt).3()am—5pm.

A shop. exhibition space and resource centre with information on work by all WASPS artists. Slide library and information about how to commission work.

Aberdeen Group Exhibition Until 28 April. This time it‘s the turn ofartists workingin the Aberdeen WASPS Studios to show off their sculpture. painting and drawing. Signs 1— 1‘) May. Maytest. A luminary exhibition by Ian Mc(‘oll in the third floor gallery.

Transligurations II 2— It) May. Maytest. A smaller version of the exhibition in The

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