' University of Edinburgh, Old College, South Bridge, Edinburgh EH8 9YL Tel: 031 667 1011 Ext 2211

27 April - 25 May "SHIP TO SHORE”

New Paintings by Joyce Cairns

Tues - Sat 10am-5pm Admission Free . SUDSld/SEUDV (he ScottishArts Councd


To dojustice to our wide range of Mexican tiles and wash basins, to which we have added a unique range of rustic Mexican

furniture, we have recently opened extensive showrooms at S the Grassmarket teL 229 9368.

At 16 Victoria Street tel. 031 226 6695 you will find an even wider range of jewellery, clothes and small items from Latin America.

Azteca - 15 years direct trade with dozens of family workshops in Latin America.

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4 May - 1 June

Tuesday - Saturday 12.00 5.30 43 Candlemaker Row Edinburgh (031) 220 1911

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94 George Street, Edinburgh EH2 3DF, Tel 031 225 5955

PETER WHITE - Paintings

JAMES MORRISON Paintings of the Canadian Arctic

ANNA LAMBERT - Ceramics 7 - 29 May



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Peeling Potatoes in Paradise/ Mustn't Waste Time by Claire Collison

Silent Health, Women, Health and Representation, Stills Gallery, until 18 May. Topical in the month that Labour

spearhead a Ministry at Women to give

voice to ‘the missing culture‘, this exhibition initiated by Camerawork (London) examines women’s attitudes to their health.

As you enter the gallery, twenty-tour colour portraits oi iortysomething women stare out at you. Melanie Friend‘s very striking photographic

portraits are accompanied by

statements which reveal diverse

reactions to the menopause: ‘tell them it's hell’, an ‘invisible disability’. For another woman ‘taking HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy) telt like regaining control’. Portraits and taped monologues by Anna Raebum, Barbara Cartland and Kailash Purl draw out the emotional and physical stresses at ageing tor women.

Claire Collison’s response to the vulnerability at health is to use symbolic imagery in photo-montages.

She creates a shrine to Faith, Hope, Charity and Seitishness; each icon presents a lemale torso containing haunting images oi children, school and hospital. Hertwo large photographs, ‘Peeling Potatoes in Paradise’ and ‘Reconciiiation’ are also intriguing. in sharp contrast is Kate Musseiwhite’s conirontational sabotage at media images; she uses the advertisers’ billboard or magazine to challenge women’s acceptance oi standard views on sex and health. Janice Howard addresses the mythical images at temininity in a photo-installation which recalls a stone circle. The repeated image oi a chair is decorated with the garbs oi woman as carer (a nurse’s uniiorm) or as witch (pokey hat and cloak). This is indeed a thought-provoking exhibition, and the lack oi biographical iniormation about the contributors underscores the tact that their main concern is the message. (Sarah Knox) Seminar: ‘Visual Healing: Working on Women’s Health’ Sat 11 May, 1-5pm,

, admission £3 (£1.50).

subjects from an undetermined epoch. Thus he preserves an aura ofmystery about them.

James Morrison: Paintings 01 the Canadian Arctic Tue 7—29 May. Morrison spent three

. weeks in the Canadian High Arcticlast

5 year capturing on canvas the remarkable landscapes of some thrillingly remote

' places.

Anna Lambert: Ceramics Tue 7-29 May. I SHORE GALLERY 59 Bernard Street, Leith. Mon—Thurs 10am—4pm; Sat 10am-5pm.

Prints Until Sat 11 May. A celebration of

the art ofthe printmaker with a number of contemporary works.

I SOLSTICE GALLERY 18A Dundas Street. 5575227. Mon—Fri 11am—5pm. Sat 10am—1pm.

Mixed Exhibition Until Sat 4 May. Paintings by Judith Da Fano and John E. Kingsley. Sculpture by Vincent Butler and woodcuts by Heather Wilson.

I STEP GALLERY 39 Howe Street. 556 1613. Mon-Fri 11am—5.30pm: Sat llam-3pm. Tim Cockbum Until Tue 14 May. Monotypcs. silkscreen prints and etchings.

I STILLS GALLERY 105 High Street, 557 1140. Tue—Sat Ham—5.30pm.

Silent Health: Women, Health and Representation Until 18 May. Fourfcmale photographers examine women‘s complex attitudes towards their bodies and their health and suggest. through various photographic means, that for many women, health and ill-health are not biological givens. There will be a seminar, Visual Healing: Working on Women 's Health. on Sat 11 May.1—5pm.

I 369 GALLERY 233 Cowgate, 225 3013. Mon—Sat 10.30am—5.30pm.

Sylvia: Sculpture by Matthew lnglis Until 25 May. lnglis takes everyday objects and materials, altering and juxtaposing them to shift their meaning. The work deals

with ‘personal. intellectual, emotive, political and ritual observations and concerns.‘ No stone unturned.

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

David Bellamy: Highland Moors Until Sat 11


I TRAVERSE THEATRE 1 12 Grassmarkct, 226 2633. Tue—Sat 11am—10pm; Sun

6— 10pm.

Robert Euman: Peopled Patterns Until 9 Jun. A Borders artist who draws on local myths and legends for his paintings, Euman‘s highly coloured paintings are worked in egg tempera the paint ofthe ltalian Renaissance masters.


St Andrews

I CRAWFORD ARTS CENTRE 93 North Street. 0334 74610. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm.

All exhibitions until 5 May.

Furnished by the Imagination Contemporary Scottish furniture.

Helen Flockhart: Recent Paintings iconography and a critical interest in traditional approaches to the feminine, inform works which combine strength and delicacy and are ‘suffused by a disquieting sense of the uncanny.‘

Douglas Davies: Ceramics Functional and not-so-functional pieces from the Douglas Davies Pottery in Lanarkshire.


I ALLAN PARK 23 Allan Park, 078671411. Mon—Sat loam—5pm; Wed 10am—1pm. Interiors 8. Architecture Until 6 May. Prominent Scottish artists add their voices to the controversial debate.

Gateway to the Highlands Fri 10 May—29

Jun. Landscape interpretations of Central Scotland by contemporary and 19th

century artists. J