Street. 220 1305. Mon—Sat ll).3l)am—5.3(lpm.

Festival Exhibition 11 Aug—l Sept. New work by artist-in-residence Adam Aaronson. Also jewellery and paintings by local artists. including Joanna Park. Linda Lewin. Jane Fletcher and Norman Adam.

I LA BELLE ANGELE Hastics Close. (‘owgate (next to 369 Gallery). 225 2774. Mon-Fri 10am-5pm; Sat 11am-4pm. SummerShow Until I 1 Aug. Mixed show of work by local artists.

I BOURNE FINE ART 4 Dundas Street. 557 4050. Mon-Fri 10am-6pm. Sat

lllam— lpm.

Painting in Glasgow 1880-1910 11-31 Aug. Includes oils by Ilornel. Walton. I’ringle. Gauld and Wells.

I CALTON GALLERY lit Royal Terrace. 556 1010. Mon-Fri 10am—6pm; Sat 10am—1pm.

Scots Aweighlz Scottish Marine and Coastal Paintings 10 Aug—l Sept. A 19th century view of ships and the sea by more than 30


I CENTRAL LIBRARY (ieorge IV Bridge. 225 5584. Mon- Fri 9am-8pm; Sat 9am—-noon.

Employment and Mental Health: Potentials. Challenges and Issues 6 Aug— 14 Sept. GoingiorGreentintii18Aug.

National Health Service Until 11 Aug. Scottish Country Lite 13 Aug-29 Sept.

I CHESSEL GALLERY Moray I louse ('ollege. Royal Mile. Daily. 11am—5pm Images oi Landscape 11—18 Aug. ()iIs. watercolours and prints of Scottish and non-Scottish landscapes.

I FLYING COLOURS GALLERY 35 William Street. 225 6776. Tue—Fri l lam-~6pm. Sat lilam lpm

Caroline Buchanan: Watercolours L'ntil 5 Sept. Well-known Edinburgh architect turned artist casts a loving eye over her




native city. I FALCON MOTOR COMPANY 77* 13 I‘alcon Road West. 452 S282. .‘ylonvSat

10am—5pm; Sun l--5pm.

Frank Rigby: Exhibition and Sale 01 Paintings ' and Prints 13-26 Aug. I FREEMASONS HALL 96 (ieorge Street. I 226 525‘). Mort-Sat 9am 6pm. | ZOO OlThe Best 13 Aug 1 Sept. 'I‘hisyear's Fringe poster was designed by 12 y ear-old Amanda (irant. but there were 3 1 SS more entries. . . Here are just a selection. l IJENNERS DEPARTMENT STORE 48 l Princes Street. 22!) 1738. Mon Sat | Want 5.3ilpm. WASPS Festival Exhibition t'irii 1 Sept. 5 Drawings. paintings. photographs. sculpture. jewellery and pottery. What better way to end a hard day‘s shopping‘.’ I KINGFISHER GALLERY Northuml‘ierland Street Lane. 557 5454. 'I‘ue- Sat mam—4.30pm. Sat 10am—1pm.

Barbara Balmer, Theresa Flynn. Sandy Robb: Paintings L'ntil ll Aug

Images at the Orient 16 Aug- .s' Sept. the spirit of the Iiast in paintings by William Baillie. (ieorge Donald and Ian .‘ylels'enzie Smith. Also a permanent collectionof Russian and French painting and sculpture.

I MALCOLM INNES GALLERY ()7 ( ietirgc Street. 226 415 1. Mon Fri 9.3ilani 6pm; Sat lilam- lpm.

Alexander Nasmyih and Family Ill 24 Aug. Keeping it in the family . Nasmyth Senior and his sons and daughters liked totlabble with paints.

I NATIONAL GALLERY OF SCOTLAND 'l‘lie Mound. 5568921. Mon Sat lilam 5pm; Sun 2 5pm.

Edinburgh: Watercolours irom the National Gallery oiScotlandv Mtg 31 mt I NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SCOTLAND ' (ieorgc I\' Bridge 226-1531. Mon I'ri 9.30am 6‘3“me Sat 9.30am 5pm; Sun

Liz Fritsch, Royal Scottish Museum, Chambers Street, Edinburgh.

There are only a handlul at places in the whole oi Scotland that regularly show good crait work. That makes it doubly exciting to see an excellent exhibition oi work by Liz Fritsch just inside the doors at the museum in Chambers Street— not particularly known as a craft venue.

Fritsch has been showing her pots nationally and internationally ior almost two decades now, and will become more widely tamiliarto anyone who buys a 26p stamp - she's one at iour British potters being celebrated in a new series. Her pots break away irom the strong tradition (established originally in this country by Bernard Leach) ior ceramics which are heavy, earthy, thick and mud-coloured -the ‘truth to materials' doctrine which was current in the middle years oi this century. Instead, more inspired by the work oi Lucy Rie, Fritsch's pots are elegant, delicate, with meticulous attention paid to getting the painted-on colours just right. Many oi the pots are oval in section, as it gently ilattened, giving a strangely two-dimensional leel; these are evidently to be placed against something, on a wall-shell, rather than on a table. The intricate designs painted onto the pots compliment the overall shape; the colours are the


result oi repeated iirings and experiment.

It is to be hoped that the Museum will be mounting more crait shows of this calibre, and that other venues will wish to compete with exhibitions by similarly committed makers. (Hilary Robinson) l

2—5 m. The Hebrides Surveyed tintil 31 ()ct. Seotland's islands seen through the eyes of a map-maker: the exhibition is both an exploration of the islands and a celebration of maps. as works of art and scientific tools. I PORTRAIT GALLERY Queen Street. 556 8921. Mon- Sat lilam— 5pm; Sun 2—5pnt. Portrait in Focus: Robert Louis Stevenson l7ntil 9 Sept. Also. in conjunction with the Royal Museum of Scotland. a new permanent exhibition. Dynasty: The Royal House oi SIEWBI‘I. starts lll.\t.t1 John Zephaniah Bell l'ntil 2s" ()et. Born lli Dundee in 3794. Bell was influenced by the \a/atenes. a community of( ierman history painters who taught him the technique of fresco painting in Rome. Bell was frustrated in his ambition to be a history painter in fresco. and histalents hay-e long been overlooked. I OUAKER MEETING HOUSE 7 Victoria Terrace. 225 4825. Mon-Sat lll.3ilam~ 4pm;'l'hurs lil.3()am—‘6pm. Layers: An Exploration in Wood by Tim Stead 13 Aug- 1 Sept. Touch and explore the amazing qualities of wood. and enjoy a vegetarian lunch in the Rainforest ('ale. I OUEEN'S HALL ( 'lerk Street. Box Office 668 21W). .‘ylon - Sat lilam— 5pm. Cafe. Vintage 90 ohm” 1 Sept. An Artis exhibition for which selected Scottish artists were asked to paint a work on the theme of "The (‘ountryside' I DUERCUS lo I lowe Street. Daily lilam 5.30pm. Contemporary British Furniture and Interiors ll Aug 1 Sept. A seriesofinterior designs including a children's room. garden


furniture and hand-pr inted le\tilcs

I ROYAL INCORPORATION OF ARCHITECTS IN SCOTLAND l5 Rutland Square. 22‘) 75-15..Mon-I’ri‘lfillatn— 5pm.

Architecture oi the Scottish Renaissance 12 Aug—2t) Sept.

I ROYAL FINE ART COMMISSION FOR SCOTLANDU Atholl (‘rescent 22" l lib). Daily 11am—4pm

Recent Cases: Exhibition at Architecture 1 i Aug~2 Sept

I ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY Ihe Mound. 225 6671. Mon Sat lllam 5pm. Sun

2 5pm ! Scotland's Pictures L'nttl i'1\.L‘pt Mote than 4”“ )‘ears of Scottish art are lot the '

first time. squeezed into one gailci y in i this exhibition oi works from the three 9 National (ialleries of Scotland. Husbands and wives. usually exhibited under different roofs. are happily reconciled and ()Id and New Masters brought together with illuminating results.

I THE SCOTTISH GALLERY iii ( ieorge Street. 225 5955. Mon I’ri lilam- 6ptnzSat lllam -1pm.

John Houston: Paintings in Aug 4 Sept. Houston still draws most of his inspiration from the Past Coast of Scotland. This. his fifth l‘estiy'al Show ys ith the gallery. brings together sortie sixty oils and watercolours. I SOLSTICE GALLERY lb'a Du ndas Street. 557 5227. Mon I‘ll l lam -5pm. Sat

lllam-- 1pm.

The Edinburgh School at Painting in Aug- l Sept. Paintings by Redpath. Mac laggart. Maxweel. (iillies. 'I'homson and licaton I STEP GALLERY 3‘) l low c Street. 556 I613. Mon—Sat 1 lam -5.3llpm

The Artists' impression l l Aug 2 Sept, Oils and watercolours from three established






Number 98, the Grassmarket, Edinburgh 10th~22nd Aug 1 tam-6pm (Daily)

A BREATH OF FRESH AIR Exhibition of paintings, drawings & prints from Poland

12 - 26 AUGUST 1990

Mon - Sun 12am - 9pm At the HILL STREET THEATRE Masonic Lodge 19 Hill St. EDINBURGH EH2



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