coloured oil and watercolour landscape paintings, prints, monotypcs, by the former Head of Fine Art at Winchester School of Art.

Elizabeth Blackadder and John Houston-Prints Etchings, lithographs and monotypcs by two acclaimed Scottish painters. Both artists have also produced their first woodcuts for the exhibition.

I SOUTH BRIDGE COMMUNITY CENTRE Infirmary Street, 031-556 2944. Every day 9am—5pm.

Forgotten Faces Sat 12—Sun 27 Aug. Paintings and drawings by Anne Gilchrist. I STEP GALLERY 39 Howe Street, 556 1613. Mon—Fri 11am—5.30pm; Sat 11am—4pm; Sun 1 1am—3pm.

Rosemary Beaton and Mary Maclean: New Works Fri 11 Aug—Sun 3 Sept. New works from two talented young Scottish artists. I 359 GALLERY 233 Cowgate, 225 3013. Mon—Sat 10.30am—5.30pm.

Gallery Studio Artists Summer Exhibition Until Sat 2 Sept. An exhibition of the work of the six resident studio artists, Callum lnnes, Olivia Irvine. Rose Frain. Robert Maclaurin, Rob McCarthy and Phil Duthie, a colourful collection of contemporary Scottish artwork. Catherine Doll. a Chicago artist is guest exhibitor.

I TORRANCE GALLERY 29b Dundas Street. 556 6366. Mon—Fri 11am—6pm; Sat 10.30am—4pm.

Irene Halliday Mon 14 Aug—Sat 2 Sept. Paintings of Scottish landscapes and flower studies.

I WARE ON EARTH 15 Howe Street, 558 1276. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat 10am—4pm.

Conflicting Views Until Wed 30 Aug. An exhibition of large abstracted glass and metal sculptures by Helen Robertson and figurative paintings by Julie Ross.

I WASPS STUDIOS Patriothall, Hamilton Place, 225 1289. Mon—Sat 2-6pm.

WASPS Annual Festival Exhibition Mon 14 Aug—Sat 2 Sept. Paintings, sculptures. ceramics. marblcd paper and jewellery by the tenants of the WASPS studios will be on show in an exhibition which changes every week.

I WAVERLEY TAYLOR GALLERY 54 Constitution Street. 553 4536. Tue-Fri

1 1am—6pm; Sat 11am—4pm.

All In Leith '89 Until Tue 5 Sept. Reflecting the variety of artistic talent in Leith there are paintings, prints, woven textiles and sculptures by artists like Barbara Rae, Glen Onwin, Eileen Lawrence and a group from Leith‘s Citizens‘ Studios.

I WNYTOCK AND REID Sunbury House. Belford Mews. 226 4911. Until 25 Aug. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat 10am—noon. Artists from the West Coast Until 25 Aug. Anne Gordon. Anne Anderson and Anne Mackintosh as well as enjoying the same christian name, live and work in close proximity. However they produce work of great contrast within the Glasgow School of Art tradition.


I AMIGA CENTRE SCOTLAND 4 Hart street Lane. 557 4242. From 26 Aug

Computer Animation Exhibition and Workshop Sat 26 Aug—Sat 2 Sept. The entries for a computer animation competition are on show, plus computer graphics and 3D programmes distributed by Amiga.

I ASSEMBLY ROOMS 54 George Street, 226 2428. Every day 10am—midnight. Dazzle Fri 11 Aug—Sat 2 Sept. An impressive collection of jewellery from 50


Anima Mundl: Still Lite in Britain, Stills Gallery.

According to the almost impenetrable opening essay in the catalogue, ‘the photographic still tile is older than photography: it was its testing ground'. The work in Anima Mundi would doubtless have tested those early still liters. There is an ecological theme to the exhibition, lrom Mari Mahr's inverted, crumbling planet Earth held ieebly together with Sellotape, to Roger Palmer’s ‘TER Ml NAT 1011 1987—1988', a conceptual ode to disappearing forests.

Humankind’s abuse at its environment is seen in Keith Arnatt's colourist ‘Rubbish Tip’ pictures, wherein organic forms (a ghastly twist on Cezanne's lruit), vie with plastic containers and polythene bin liners.

Garry Fabian-Miller's tragi-comic ‘For the Fallen Great Storm, October 1987’ is a reminder of the tree victims of the London parks. His pressed leat images are rellecled in Ron O'Donnell's satirical ‘Tonight’s Star Prize' - a nuclearwarhead made from Bank 01 Scotland 2111 notes.

Special mention must be made oi Sharon Kivland’s thought-provoking and iconoclastic installation and Oladelé Bamgboyé's ioytully artless ‘Vacancy, Afro-Scot Similarities’.

For all Anima Mundi's originality and stimulating variety, one can't help but feel short-changed. The exhibition, a co-production between Stills and the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, moves to Canada in September with many more pictures on show. Sadly, Stills, as ever, is strapped lor exhibition space. (Kennedy Wilson)

contemporary British and European jewellers returns to its regular fringe venue. Over 1000 pieces on sale including free standing sculpture. wall hangings and a range of edible bodywear.

Alterthe Fall Fri 11 Aug—Sat 2 Sept. A display ofcotton T-shirts all original and hand painted by two local artists.

I CASTLE GALLERY COFFEE SHOP 5 Johnston Terrace. 220 241 1. Every day 9am—l 1pm.

Paradise Paintings Sat 12 Aug—Sat 2 Sept. Balinese traditional and religious paintings and woodcarvings. including paintings by Antonio Blanco. Bendi and Lotra. The Balinese are masters ofdesign with powerfully stylised human figures set against minutely intricate backgrounds.

I COLERIDGE GALLERY 47b George Street.

2201305. Mon—Sat ll)am—5.30pm. A Glass Quintet Sat 12 Aug—Sat 2 Sept.


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FRANK O'MEARA (1853-1888) AND HIS CONTEMPORARIES An Exhibition organised by The Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art, Dublin 12th August-5th September

134 Blysthwood Street Glasgow G2 4EL Telephone 041 332 4027


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