27 Queensferry Street. 220 4 l 5(). Mon—Sat 9.3()am—5.3()pm; Sttn noon—4 m.

Warmt In Colour L'ntil Thu 30 .\'m-. Paintings by three west coast artists: Mary Batchelor. Lin Pattullo and .loycc Borland.

DOLLS AT THE BLUE MOON CAFE 36 Broughton Street. 476 2699. Daily noon— I atn.

Liza Brett: Room For Play Mon 27 Nov—Sat 3() Dec. New work.


6a Dundas Street. 558 9363. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat I()am— I ptn.

Sheila Mullen L'ntil Thu 16 .\'ov. Paintings.

Scottish Art Portfolio Sat lb’ Nov—Sat 2 Dec. Paintings by a grottp of artists.

EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART Lauriston Place. 22I 6000. Mon—Thu I()am—8pm; liri 10am—5pm; Sat 10am—2pm.

Karen Kirkwood L'ntil Thu 23 Nov (Andrew Grant Gallery). Kirkwood presents an exhibition of paintings which reference the relationship between the forces at work in the universe. See review.

From The Wild Unconscious t'ntil Sat 25 Nov. An exhibition of work from the collection of The Scottish Art Extraordinary Trust featuring woven grass garments by Angus .\lcPhee and graphic works by Julian Stacey.

72 Years Spent In Bed: The Collected Letters 0f Archie Webb 1990-2000 L'ntil Fri 24 .\'ov (Smoking Albertinas. above the Wee Red Bar). One of the last remaining punks still making work in Scotland. Archie Webb. who graduated from lidinhurgh College of Art in the I9S()s, shows a selection of collage works. EDINBURGH GALLERY

18a Dundas Street. 557 5227. Mon—Fri l lam—5pm: Sat 10am—1pm.

Joan Renton and Joe McIntyre tintil Tue 2S .\'ov. Recent paintings.

John McLean’s Works On Paper on show at The Hub


23 l'nion Street. 557 2479. Tue—Sat l0am—6pm.

Keith Thompson: Vanitas L'ntil Sat 18 .\'o\. lidinburgh-horn artist Keith Thompson recreates the human form through screenprints on glass. Head. hands and feet are constructed from sheets of glass and illuminated in light boxes.

Recent Work l'ntil Sat IS .\'ov. Invited artists (‘harlie MacQueen. Simon Laurie. Roherto (ion/ale/ Fernandez. Graham liagin and .\1oy na Flannigan present an exhibition of new work produced in the sttldio.

EDINBURGH ZOO (‘orstorphine Road. 334 917 I. Daily 9am--A5pm. £6.80 (USO—£4.80): family ticket {19—2350

Animal Images Of Africa tintil Sun 26 Nov. Wildlife paintings and drawings by Carol Barrett based on visits to Botswana. FILMHOUSE CAFE BAR SS Lothian Road. 229 5932. Sun—Thu I()am--l l.3()pm: Fri & Sat l()am—l2.3()am.

Walled Garden L'ntil Sat 2 Dec. Recent work by Liz Tainsh.


35 William Street. 225 2 I96. Tue—Fri

I lam—5pm; Sat 1 lam—2pm.

Rebecca Collins L'ntil Sat 25 .\'ov. West Highland sea and landscape paintings in oil.


2 \Varrendcr Park Road. 667 5 I 52. Mon—Sat 10am—6pm.

Scottish Craft Exhibition A wide variety of crafts and applied arts by up- and-coming craftmakers and designers working in Scotland.


45 Market Street. 225 2383. Mon—Sat

I lam—6pm; Sttn noon—5pm.

Visions For The Future - Part III L'ntil Sat IS .\'ov. The third part of the Fruitmarket Gallery's series of exhibitions highlighting the work of artists living in Scotland. German-born artist Annette

Hey er casts a series of geometrical. sculptural forrns for the gallery space and Steve Hollingsworth continues his fascination with neon with two video works. a crushed version of his car piece which was first sited at Ayrshire's Electric Brae. photo yraphs and a neon chair. Andrew Gi ord Sat 25 Nov-Sat I3 Jan. Sheffield-born artist Andrew Gifford shows new and retrospective works. Primarily a landscape painter. Gifford's series of works relating to Middlesborough Art Gallery and the surrounding town will be shown alongside landscape and abstract paintings created during a recent residency in the Dordogne. Gifford previously showed a light installation at the gallery as part of their Northern Lights exhibition in 1997.

Sum Of Parts Sat 25 Nov—Sat I3 Jan. The Fruitmarket Gallery bookshop presents an exhibition of artists' book works. multiples and editions by invited artists. The works on display encompass a broad range of media including paintings. books. pamphlets. CD-ROMs. video and audio work. featuring artists Beagles and Ramsey. Helen Douglas. Morning Star. Keith Thompson and many more.


46a Raeburn Place. 315 2603. Mon—Sat 10am—5.30pm.

Christmas Exhibition L'ntil Sun 24 Dec. A selection of silver. amber and fresh water pearl jewellery. unusual festive decorations and special gifts from around the globe.


21 Rutland Square. 221 9377. Fri 9am—4pm. Phone for viewing for the rest of the week.

Waking Dream L'miI Fri 1 Dec. New paintings by Robert Euman.


4I Dundas Street. 557 4569. Mon—Fri l().3()am—5.3()pm; Sat I().30am—5pm. Marion Drummond L'ntil Wed 22 Nov. .\'ew paintings.

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Paul Carter and Kate Gray

The Travelling Gallery returns to Edinburgh for the final week of

the Autumn 2000 Tour

November 28 - December 2

Tuesday 28 The Royal Edinburgh Hospital Morningside Terrace

Wednesday 29 Edinburgh College of Art Lauriston Place

Thursday 30 The Dean Gallery Belford Road

Friday 1 City Art Centre 2 Market Street

Saturday 2 Our Dynamic Earth Holyrood Road

Open 10am - 5pm each day ADMISSION FREE

For more information contact Grace Whowell, on 0131 529 3930

e-mail: travgal@city-art- 'QPJTFPYSQH' 7 1‘3- £3 a,»

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