Kevin Leary Sat I9 Jun—Tue 6 Jul. Oils by Kevin Leary.

sculpture and installation. During the exhibition there will be a series of films by both Israeli and Palestinian filmmakers. See Film listings.


23 Union Street. 557 2479. Tue-Sat IOam-6pm.

Mixed Exhibition Until Wed 30 Jun. A mixed exhibition of stock including works by Graham Dean and .lennifer Mc Rae.


Art Department. South Gillsland Road. off Colinton Road. 446 6027. Mon—Sat I lam-7pm.

Existing Bodies Wed 23—Wed 30 Jun. Photography and mixed media work by artist-in-residence Julie Read.

EDINBURGH WORLD HERITAGE TRUST (formerly New Town Conservation Trust). l3a Dundas Street. 557 5222. Mon—Fri 9am—Iprn: 2—5prn.

Princes Street: Unexecuted Designs 1767-1999 Until Wed 30 Jun. Plans and designs for Princes Street which were never carried out.


22a Dundas Street. 556 2 I8 I. Mon—Fri I0.30am-6pm: Sat I0am—4pm.

Art From The Ukraine Until Sat 26 Jun. Annual group exhibition by established Ukrainian artists featuring rural. sea and industrial landscapes. still life and flowers.


Corstorphine Road. 334 9l7 I. Daily 9am—5pm. £6.80 (£3.80-L‘480). Designing For Edinburgh Zoo Until Tue I5 .Itrn. Craft and design work by students of Lanark Grammar school.


88 Lothian Road. 228 2688. Daily I0am— l0pm.

Degeneration Until Sat 26 Jun. Photographs by Tom Jenner.


35 William Street. 225 2 I96. Tue—Fri Ham—5pm: Sat | lam—2pm.

John Dolan Until Sat 26 Jun. New paintings by John Dolan.


45 Market Street. 225 2383. Mon—Sat

l lam—6 in; Sun noon-5pm.

Tales 0 The Sands Until Sat 24 Jul. A

group exhibition in association with Sarit

Shapira (curator of Israeli art at the

Israeli Museum. Jerusalem). showing

current developments in Israeli art. featuring painting. photography.

The Royal Scottish Academy


The RSA Galleries, The Mound, Edinburgh


Don't miss the chance to see James McIntosh Patrick’s renowned “Four Seasons” on view in Edinburgh for the first time.

Plus works by Alberto Morrocco, and David McClure. as Well as 437 oth- ers - paintings. prints. sculpture and architecture.

Open IOam-Spm daily. 2pm-5pm Sundays Admission £2 (conc £l) Season £4 Sponsored by

Maclay Murray & Spens Solicitors

78 TIIE LIST 10-24 Jun 1999


7 Grassmarket. 229 7884. Mon—Sat I0am—6pm; Sttti noon-5pm.

Sophie Payne Until Sun 4 Jul. Drawings and paintings by Sophie Payne with 25% of the proceeds of any sales going to the Scottish charities Kosovo appeal.


6 Carlton Terrace. 556 444 I. Wed—Sat l0am—5pm.

Modern Masters I Until Wed 30 Jun. The first in an annual series of exhibitions featuring recent acquisitions of paintings and drawings by 20th century British masters. On display. are works by Augustus John. Ben Nicholson. Graham Sutherland. Eric Gill. Peter Lanyon and William Scott.


28 St Stephen Street. 226 5449. Mon—Fri 9.30am—5pm.

Jill Calder Until Wed 30 Jtrn. Drawings

by Jill Calder. which illustrate the model Honor Fraser's musings in the Scotland

()1! Sunday.


l3 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. Mon-Fri 9.3()am—6.30pm; Sat

9.30am— I .30pm.

Fifty Years Of French Philosophy Until Sat 3 Jul. This two-part exhibition looks at the history of French philosophy.


66 Cumberland Street. 558 9872. Mon—Fri l0am—6pm: Sat I0am—4pm. New Vision Until Mon I4 Jun. Recent work by new Scottish graduates featuring paintings and printmaking.

Op Art Sat l9 Jun-Sun I Aug. Screenprints by Bridget Riley. Victor Vasarely and Jaacov Agam.


82 Nicolson Street. 668 2232. Mort-Fri I0am—5pm.

La Mia ltalia Until Wed 23 Jttn. Art exhibition of the winning entries of My Italy painting prize. open to pupils in primary and secondary schools across Scotland. organised by the Consulate General of Italy and the Italian Cultural Institute.


5 Northurnberland Street Lane. 557 5454. Mon—Sat | lam—4.30pm.

Panoramic Places Until Fri 25 Jun. Paintings by Sara Downham.

Mixed Exhibition Until Fri 25 Jun. Paintings by gallery artists including Francis Boag. William Cadenhead. Fay Clark. Alan Cumming and Rosemary Stubbs.

Moray Miller Until Fri 25 Jun.

Contemporary glass. Chris Bailey Until Fri 25 Jun. Sculpture in wood.


49 Bernard Street. Leith. 467 7392. Tue—Fri I lam—6pm; Sat & Sun

| lam-3.30pm.

Mixed Exhibition Until Wed 30 Jun. Mixed exhibition of contemporary art.


65 The Shore. 553 5255. Tue-Fri

I lam-5pm; Sat I lam—4pm.

Angus McEwan and Robert Saunders Until Sat l2 Jun. Figurative paintings by Angus McEwan and surreal landscapes by Robert Saunders.

Annual Marine Exhibition Tue 22 Jun—Sat 24 Jul. Over I00 artists display work inspired by the sea.


3 High Street. Musselburgh. 653 4432. Tue-Sat l0am-5 m; Strn noon—4pm. Arran Campbel Ross Fri I l—Wed 23 Jun. Paintings and wood sculpture by Arran Campbell Ross.


7| Inverleith Row. 556 9766. Tue—Sun Ham—5pm.

Contemporary Chinese Paintings Until Wed 30 Jun. Contemporary Chinese paintings both framed and on scrolls. plus unframed original paintings on Chinese . paper

MORNINGSIDE BRAID CHURCH HALL Nile Grove. (off Morningside Road). Fri & Sat l0arrr—7pm‘. Stilt l—5pm. Casciani Art Exhibition Fri I8 Jun—Mon 20 Sep. Annual art exhibition featuring over 400 paintings by local artists.


Department of Photography. Film And Television. 23 Atholl Crescent. 466 730|. Mon-Sun 9.30am—5pm.

Compound Eye Wed 23—Sun 27 Jun. The final year degree show from students at the photography. film and television department. Film screenings are on Mon 2| Jtrn. 7pm at the Filrnhouse. Lothian Road. See feature.

NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART Belford Road. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon—Sat 10am—5pm: Sun 2—5pm. Cafe. A display of recent acquisitions by a line-up ofbig British names. including Damien Hirst. Rachel Whiteread and Catherine Yass together with a display of works by prominent 20th century artists. including. Picasso. Matisse. Moore. Hockney and Bellany.

NATIONAL GALLERY OF SCOTLAND The Mound. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon-Sat l0am—6pm: Sun 2—6pm.

The Draughtsman's Art Until Sun l3 Jun. This exhibition brings together five centuries of drawings from British. Dutch. Flemish. French. Italian and

German artists. displaying over 80 master

drawings. with examples from Leonardo da Vinci. Raphael. Rubens. Boucher. Blake. Seurat and Wilkie.

I98 l—82. Showing alongside this collection. is a display of work by photographers influenced by Johnston. including Calum Colvin. Robin Gillanders and Owen Looan.

Political Contemporaries Fri ll Jun—Sun 5 Sep. An exhibition of famous faces in Scottish politics including Harry More Gordon‘s large watercolour group painting of the seven surviving Secretaries of State for Scotland. David Steel by John Bt'atby. Jo Grimmum/ by Patrick Heron and Helen Lit/dell by Victoria Carew Hunt. Also featured in the display. are sculptures. paintings. photographs and political cartoons.


75—79 Cumberland Street. 557 I020. Mon—Fri 10am-6pm; Sat IOam-4pm. Lesley Strickland Until Thu 17 Jun. Resin and silver contemporary jewellery based on animal forms.

Emma Hollands Until Thu I7 Jun. Quirky teapots and earthenware. Christine Woodside Until Thu 17 Jun. Vibrant paintings of Tunisia and Malta. Catherine Hills Sat I9 Jun—Thu 8 Jul. Contemporary jewellery.

Jennie Hale Sat l9 Jun—Thu 8 Jul. Ceramic sculpture.

At The Water's Edge Sat I9 Jun—Thu 8 Jul. Paintings by William Birnie. The Need To Draw Until Thu 8 Jul. Work of more than 50 artists from the I8th century to the present day including drawings by JD. Fergusson. D.Y. Cameron. William Strang. Muirhead Bone. William Sickert. Jessie M. King. John Bellany. Peter Howson and Will Maclean.


2| St Leonard‘s Lane. 662 l6|2. Mon—Sat IOam—Spm; Sun noon—4pm. Far Pavilions Until Sun 4 Jul. A selling exhibition of garden ornaments recently acquired from India.


(WASPS) Patriothall Studios. off 48 Hamilton Place. 225 I289. Daily

I lam—5pm.

New Work Sat l2—Wed I6 Jun. Glasgow-based artists Morag Findlay and Gitle O’ Griffith explore modern views of femininity through a series of new paintings.

Switch Sat l9—Wed 23 Jun. Edinburgh artists Duncan Bremner. Emma Brown and Georgina Bown present an exhibition of lighting design. installation and projection.


Clerk Street. 667 7776. Mon-Sat l0am—5.30pm.

Frederick Lehman Until Wed 30 Jun. Oil paintings.

Sara Quayle Until Wed 30 Jun. Paintings in oils. ink and watercolours.

NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SCOTLAND George IV Bridge. 226 453l. Mon—Fri l0am—5prn: Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 2—5pm. Free.

Churchill: The Evidence Until Sun 31 ()ct. On show in Scotland for the first time. this exhibition on Sir Winston Churchill brings to life the man behind the myth through childhood letters. notes for some of the most famous speeches ever made. correspondence with kings. presidents. soldiers. celebrities and photographs and possessions.

NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY Queen Street. 624 6200 (recorded information 332 2266). Mon—Sat l0am—5 m; Sttn 2—5pm. Cafe.

0 Cale onia! Sir Walter Scott And The Creation Of Scotland Until Sun I7 Oct. £4 (£3). The life of one of Scotland's greatest and best-known historical figures. Sir Walter Scott is celebrated through paintings. drawings. sculptures and manuscripts.

Murray Johnston's Landscapes Fri l l Jun-Sun 5 Sep. A tribute to the late Murray Johnston featuring twenty of his landscape ph0tographs including works from his I980's residency at Kielder Forest and his tour ofAmerica in


63 Dublin Street. 557 0480. Tue—Fri IOam—Spm; Sat I0am—6pm.

Jeremy Hardie Fri ll—Wed 30 Jun. Personal photographs by Edinburgh- based photographer Jeremy Hardie. Malcolm Cheape Fri I l—Wed 30 Jun. Nautical paintings in mixed water-based media by Malcolm Cheape.


Inverleith House. 552 7 l7I. Wed-Sun lIam—5 m.

Richar Wright and Paul Morrison Sun 20 Jun—Sun I Aug. Richard Wright and Paul Morrision create work in .rt'ru responding individually to the space and the gardens. in this their first major exhibition in Scotland. Morrison also shows works on canvas. See preview.

THE ROYAL EDINBURGH HOSPITAL The Link Gallery. Morningside Place. 229 3555. Contemporary Scottish Textiles Until Sun 25 Jul. For further inforrrration call Artlitrk on 229 3555. Contemporary textiles ranging from wall hangings to small tapestries. featuring works by Liz Walker. Alison Brough. Jennifer Pitts and Louise Martin.