paintings. prints. monotypes. by the fonner Head of Fine Art at Winchester School of Art. Elizabeth Blackadder and John Houston-Prints Etchings. lithographs and monotypes 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 Until Sun 27 Aug. Paintings and drawings by Anne Gilchrist. I STEP GALLERY 39 I lowe Street. 556 1613. Mon—Fri 11am—5.30pm; Sat llam—4pm; Sun 11am—3pm. Rosemary Beaten and Mary Maclean: New Works Until Sun 3 Sept. New works from two talented young Scottish artists. I 369 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 Innes, 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. 5566366. Mon—Fri 11am—6pm; Sat 10.30am—4pm. Irene Halliday Until Sat 2 Sept. Paintings of Scottish landscapes and flower studies. I TRAVERSE THEATRE Grassmarket. 226 2633. Every day l lam—2am. Artis Until Sat 2 Sept. A selection of contemporary Scottish art. I WARE ON EARTH 15 Howe Street. 558 1276. Mon—Fri l()am—6pm; Sat " 10am—4pm. Conilictlng 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—Sa12—6pm. WASPS Annual Festival Exhibition Until Sat 2 Sept. Paintings. sculptures, ceramics. marbled 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 llam—6pm; Sat 11am—4pm. Art 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 WHYTOCK AND REID Sunbury House, Belford Mews, 226 4911. Until 25 Aug. Mon—Fri l()am—Spm; Sat l()am—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 ofArt tradition.
DESIGN AND CRAFT
I AMIGA CENTRE SCOTLAND 4 Hart street Lane, 557 4242.
Computer Animation Exhibition and Workshop Until 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 lOam—midnight. Danie Until Sat 2 Sept. An impressive
Cooper and Galloway at 44 London Street. The creative and lruittul partnership oi Leila Galloway and Tony Cooper has resulted in both the recent renovation at their London Street workshop/gallery space and the emergence of new work which shares an interest in the influence or archetypes and the translation of symbol into form. This is expressed in Galloway’s wire and paper sculpture and Cooper's energetic image-making using paper, varnish, oil and bitumen. Galloway’s work expresses a tension 01 opposites which rely on the enigma of femininity iortheir emergence. Through the use of material —wire as
collection of jewellery from 50 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 ofedible bodywear.
Alterthe Fall Until Sat 2 Sept. A display of cotton T-shirts all original and hand painted by two local artists.
I CASTLE GALLERY COFFEE SHOP S Johnston Terrace. 220 241 1. Every day 9am—l 1pm.
v Paradise Paintings Until 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. 220 I305. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.
A Glass Ouintet Until Sat 2 Sept. Contemporary studio glass from five artists.
I ECLECTIC INTERIORS 23 Royal Circus. 0620 840 858 Every day 11am—6pm. Eclectic Interiors Until Tue 12 Sept. An exhibition of imaginative ideas in contemporary art and furnishings. Ceramics, sculpture. carvings. hand painted furniture and kilim-covered stools.
I GALERIE MIRAGES 46a Raeburn Place. 315 2603. Mon—Sat 10.30am—4.30pm;Sun 2—4.30pm.
The Horse Until Sun 10 Sept. A delightful collection of Indian. South East Asian. African and Middle Eastern horses in wood carvings. metal work. textiles and paintings. both antique and modern.
I INHOUSE 28 Howe Street. 225 2888. Mon—Sat 9.30—5.30pm.
Spanish Design Until Sat 2 Sept. A surge of innovative designers have recently focused the spotlight on Spain as a centre
strength and delence, paper as transience and lragile enclosure — sculpture which has as its relerence the translation of biological structure into the intangible, holistic essence ol lemale sexuality becomes the visual expression at a dynamic process.
Cooper’s graphic works displayed in the controlled light of the downstairs space involve an almost mathematical but intuitive approach in their creation. Analagous to abstract representations oi the masculine unconscious, the stained textural quality at his material reveals images of destruction and restoration, darkness and light which question any fixed notion of male power. (Lorna J. Waite)
of design. This worthy exhibition includes work from Spain‘s top designers: Oscar Tusquets. Jorge Pensi. Javier Mariscal. and Estudi Blane.
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I HILLSIDE GALLERY Hillside St, 5566440, Tue-Sat 10.30am—6pm.
Graham Ward Until Thurs 14 Sept. Intriguing poster, book cover and record designs in gouache, pencil and watercolour, composed with a vivid imagination which lends a surreal quality to the work. Ward has also illustrated for Punch and Gentleman '5 Weekly.
I MANOR SCHOOL OF BALLET4 Manor Place. 220 1466. Every day 10am—6pm. Patchwork and Applique, Pictures and Sculpture Until Sun 27 Aug. Peggy Reid‘s 9th Edinburgh exhibition oforiginal handsewn patchworks includes a quilt from a design by Richard Pinkey whois also exhibiting his idiosyncratic pictures and 3D work.
I MORAY HOUSE Visual Arts Building, Cannongate. 556 8455. Mon—Sat l0am—5pm.
End Your Festival Here Until Sat 2 Sept. A promise to ‘whisk you offto the Far East' may be overstating it a bit. but these
traditional and abstract Javanese Batik designs will be a treat for those who appreciate the Indonesian style ofvibrant and intricate designs achieved through an ingenious waxing process.
I OLD GRINDLES BOOK SHOP Corner of Bread Street and Spittal Street. 229 7252. Every day 9am—9pm.
Here is the Place Until Sat 2 Sept. An exhibition of bookmarks collected by Sally Evans.
I OPEN EYE GALLERY 75 Cumberland Street. 557 1020. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm;Sat 10am—4pm.
Veronica Polyblank Until Thurs 31 Aug. Contemporary jewellery in gold. silver and labradorite.
I OUERCUS 16 Howe Street. 2200147. Every day 10am—5.30pm.
From Our Woods Until Sat 2 Sept. Hardwood furniture. turned bowls. boxes. carving and domestic ware designed by contemporary British designers. Exhibitors include David Colwell, Iain McGregor. Dave Register. Michael O'Donnell and the aptly named David Woodward.
I RUFUS READE 40 Pilrig Street. 554 1078. Every day 10am—7pm.
The Scent of Roses Until Sat 2 Sept. An exhibition of Kilims from Turkey and Iran and miniatures from India.
I ST ANN'S COMMUNITY CENTRE 6 South Gray's Close. High Street. Mon—Sat 10am—7 . 30pm.
Oil paintings, watercolours. pastels and drawings are on sale in the first floor exhibition hall.
I ST JOHNS CHURCH 3 Lothian Rd. Princes Street Gardens. Mon-Sat 11am—6pm.
The 7th Fringe Craft and Design Fair Until Sat 2 Sept. A large collection of the latest in contemporary craft design work with the 50 exhibitors changing every Monday and Thursday.
I SCOTTISH CRAFT CENTRE 140 Canongate. 556 8136. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.
Craft Noir Until Sat 2 Sept. 300 members of the Scottish Craft Centre have submitted black objects — an unusual idea with variations in ceramic. silk. knitwear and woodwork.
I THE SCOTTISH GALLERY 94 George Street. 225 5955. Mon—Sat 10.30am—5.30pm. All festival exhibitions at the Scottish Gallery run until Wed 6 Sept unless stated otherwise.
Picasso Ladies A collection of jewellery by Wendy Ramshaw based on 14 portraits of women by Picasso.
Xingu David Watkins, married to Wendy Ramshaw, produces formal geometric pieces combining different medias.
I TALBOT RICE ART GALLERY Old College , University of Edinburgh, South Bridge, 667 1011. Mon—Sat lOam—Spm.
Tartan Until Sat 9 Sept. Fresh from a successful showing in New York, this large fashion exhibition puts tartan high on the list of classic fabric designs. 200 years of tartan in all its glory is celebrated. from Bonnie Prince Charlie to more up-to-date heroes like the Bay City Rollers.
I THE TENT West Princes Street Gardens. Every day 10am—7pm. £1 (50p).
Festival Cralt Tent in The Tent Until Sun 27 Aug. The craft tent provides good browsing ground for spare festival hours, with a wide variety of products, ranging from the unashamedley kitsch to the highly sophisticated. Very good for classy knitwear.
I THEATRE ARTS CENTRE Davie Street. 667 2388. 10.30am—5pm.
The Arts in Education in Nottinghamshlre Until Fri 25 Aug. Photographs, visual art and sculpture from the pupils of Nottinghamshire Education Art/Design Workshops. I WHITE DOVE CRAFTS AND GIFTS 140
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