Exhibitions are listed alphabetically by venue. Art listings are compiled by Kelly McMenamin. For details of exhibitions in Glasgow! see pages 109—110.

I ARTRANK GALLERY l-'t'eetii;tsoti's Hall. ()6 George Street. 325 53m. Mon-~Fri ll).tm-5pm; Sun l()ani» lpm.

Alexander Goudie IZ-M Aug. The distinguished Scottish painter plticks Burns' fatnous poem ‘Tam ()‘Shanter’ from the page and brings it to life on canyas in this. the bicentenary year of the bard's death.

I ATELIER 29 Howe Street. 558 l()()2. Mon—Sat Illam—Spm.

Deirdre Edwards l'nlil 2‘) Aug. An exhibition of nets oil paintings by Edinburgh-based artist l)eirdre lidys .trds. depicting llle trees and facades of l-Idinburgh's New loss it and the sculpture and gardens of Northern Portugal.

I ATRIUM TSB Scotland. Henry Duncan House. Ill) George Street. Info: 558 l3()l). Mon-Sat ltlam-5pm.

Contemporary Scottish Art L'nttl 33 Aug. An exhibition of paintings and applied art by oyer 40 Scottish artists inclttding ,lohn Bellany. William Birnie. Barbara Rae. Joint Byrnc and many more.

I BOURNE FINE ART (i I)undas Street. 557 4050, Mon-I-ri ltlant (lplll'. Sat Illam—lpnl.

Arthur Melville 1855-1904 L'ntil 3| Aug ()rganised in conjunction with The line Art Society. London. the gallery present a colourful collection of 7() oils and \yatetcolours by the l‘)lh century artist Arthur MUM ille. Keeley Ralswelle


1822-1891 Until .Il Aug. l’atnlnlgs created during Halsxxelle's tnne In tug lll Route. William Plumptre Until .ll Aug. A selection of recent pottery.

I ll) Rtlyttl Terrace. 556 lilll). Moti~l4ti 10am-6pm; Sat lt)atli--lpm.

Filty SCOTTISH Artists l'ttttl .ill Aug 'l‘lte Calton Gallery joins Ill the 50th I-esttyal celebrations “till this n ide rattge of paintings and sculpture by 50 Scottish artists including .lolitt Knox. FOB. Cadell. \Villtam MacGeorge atid .loltn Maclauchlan Milne.


The First Academy Of The Open-Air -l. I I. IS. 35 Atig *)am- 7pm. liberated from I)emarco's gallery space. artists (ieorge Wyllie. Keym Dagg and Deryck llealey show their \york outside and atop a hill. I CITY ART CENTRE Market Street. 53‘) 3993. Mon—Sal Want '5 Kllpm; Sun noon-5pm. £3 t£2 l.

Gateway To The Silk Road I'nttl 5 ()ct. A major Collection of historical relics from Xi'an in (‘hina ltyy tailed \\ ttlt lidmbarglil. featuring intricate stlyer \\tltl\. ceramics. sculpture. gold and bton/e \yotks. much of \yhicil has nex er been seen outside China before.

Christina Robertson trail 5 ()cl, l’.llllltllg‘\ by the l‘lth century Scottish portrait painter. who had a successful career in liurope before moving to Russia to paint members of the Russian court.

Heartland L'nttl 5 ()cl 'lelll century Scottish landscape art by William Melaggart. the Scottish Colourists and many more.

I CENTRAL LIBRARY l-ine Art library. George IV Bridge. 443 (NM). Mutt-Ill 9am -*)pm: Sat 9am Ipm.

Andrew Gilchrist limit so Aug. Recent landscape and still life paintings by artist


Andrew Gilchrist. inspired by the Forth estuary.

I THE CNESSEL GALLERY Moray House College. Royal Mile. 556 8-355. Mon-Sat l().3()am—-l.3()pm.

Festival Exhibition Mon l2—3t) Aug. An exibition of paintings. prints. ceramics. sculpture. embroidery and jewellery by members of the Chessel Group and friends.

I LEONE COCKBURN ARTIST’S AGENT 2 l Dean Park New s. 3-13 3840. Mon—Fri l—5.3l)pm; Sat l lain—2pm,

Sally Oyler Until 24 Aug. Colourful paintings of the landscape and wildlife of Scotland. the West Indies and Peru by Gray's School of An graduate Sally ()yler. I COLLECTIVE GALLERY 21-28 Cockburn Street. 220 Don. Tue—Sat Ham-5.30pm. Terry Atkinson: Histories, Biographies, Collaborations 1958-1996 Until 3t Aug. A retrospective of work by artist Terry Atkinson. a founder member of the Art and language Group. and champion of the conceptual artform. See lectures. Regeneration Until 30 Aug. A collaboratiye project between Collectiye Gallery and the Eastern General Hospital. I CONTACT GALLERY Grindlay (‘ourt Centre. Grindlay Street Court. 22| (I721. Mon-Thurs lllatlt~~lpm; Fri

ltlant --2.3t)pm; Sat/Sun I lam- 4pm. Erosive Prisms Until 5 Sept. Sculptural designs by Iidinburgh College of Art graduate Simon Tuer. exploring the light and testure of discarded natural objects such as rocks and branches.

I CYBERIA 84—88 Hanover Street. 220 4403. Mon-Sun Ham-midnight.

Brent And Jules Festival Exhibition Sat It) Aug—o Sept. Interesting new figurative work by two young artists covering the some“ hat diverse subject matters of goldfish and African culture.

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nrlnltles At Eight: a work by Willie Rodger at the Open Eye Gallery

I DANISH CULTURAL INSTITUTE 3 Doune Terrace. 225 7|89. Mon-Fri IOam-Spm; Sat noon-2pm.

Wiig Hansen Sat to Aug—2t Sept. A selection of paintings by one of Denmark's most esteemed contemporary artists. \y ho “on the Guggenheim Award in I960 and has exhibited at major venues around the world.

I UEMARCO EUROPEAN ART FOUNDATION St Mary's School. 3 York Lane/Albany Street. 557 ()707.

Recent Bronns by Jimmy Boyle Until 31 Aug. Boyle is shoys ing along with Manresa ‘Homage To Joseph Beuys' and a multi- media show of contemporary Bulgarian art. See Preview. Also an insallation by German artist U. We Claus and a group show of sculpture by Scottish artists Kevin Dagg. George Wyllie and Gillian Murray.

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