Exhibitions are listed alphabetically by venue. Please send details to our office at least ten days before publication. Art listings compiled by Helen Monaghan.

Glasgow Galleries


164 Woodlands Road. 332 0028. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm; Sat 10am—12.30pm.

Mixed Exhibition Until Sat 29 Sep. A selection of paintings by Scottish artists including John Bathgate. Dawn McNeil and JD. Henderson. TI'IE ARCHES 253 Argyle Street. 0901 (122 0300. Daily 10am—midnight.

Lomo Scotland Until Fri 31 Aug. Life in and around the city is captured through the lens of a Russian lomo camera by lornographers living within a 100 mile radius of the Arches.


19 Pamie Street. 552 7779. Mon-Sat noon—Spur

New Beginnings Until Tue 28 Aug. A selection of paintings and ceramics by selected new graduates from the Scottish art colleges featuring Rebecca Appleby. Kat Blockley and Rebecca Faulding. The Summer Show Until Tue 28 Aug. A summer exhibition of paintings by new and regular gallery exhibitors featuring Peter Scott Tudhope. Scott Walker and Wilson Mitchell.

Ruth Mae Until Tue 28 Aug. Hand- tumed hardwood bowls.

Inspiration 2001 Fri 31 Aug Mon | Oct. A look at what inspires artists to paint featuring a new suite of figurative paintings by Todd Garner; cityscapes by Bill Kneale: ceramic painting by lid Smith; oils by Tim Cockburn and new work by Nicole Baudon. NEW SHOW. Director’s Choice Fri 31 Aug—Mon 1 Oct. New jewellery in metal by Lisa Govan inspired by a photograph by Edward Weston. NEW SHOW.


1853 Bath Street. 222 2830. Tue -Sal 10am—5.30pm.

Mixed Show Until Sat 2‘) Sep. A mixed show of paintings including works by Donald McLeod. liuan Mc(iregor. Peter Murray. George Horn. Scott Riley and Kate Frame. plus ceramics. glasswork and jewellery.

ROGER BILLCLIFFE FINE ART 134 Blythswood Street. 332 4027. Mon-Fri 9.30am—5.30pm; Sat

10am— 1 pm.

Small Pictures Until Fri 31 Aug. Over 300 small works by gallery artists. Encounter Until Fri 31 Aug. Recent paintings by Cherylene Dyer. lan Boyce and Ruth Brownlee.

Focus - Contemporary Applied Arts Until Fri 31 Aug. Glass by Inge Paneels and ceramics by John Williams. Emily Myers. Jacqui Rarnrayka arid Gabriella Casernore.

Focus - Contemporary Jewellery Until Fri 31 Aug. Jewellery by Janet Hincliffe McCutcheon arid Katzie Hughes.

A Collectors Eye Sal l-Tue 25 Sep. An exhibition and sale of contemporary paintings from the collection of the recently retired Glasgow architect John Thomson. The show features works by David Donaldson. James Robertson. Alberto Morrocco and Alexander (ioudie. NEW SHOW.

Encounter Sat 1v—Tue 25 Sep. New paintings by Sarah (‘arrington. limma Davis. Matthew Draper and Ross Ryan. Movers And Shakers Sat I Tue 25 Sep. (.‘ontemporar'y silverware by Linda Robertson. Helen Marriott. Marianne

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Kane. Yvonne Renouf Smith. (‘ara Murphy and Alfred Pain.

David Cohen Sat 1- Tue 25 Sep. (‘eramic forms.

Lorraine Robson Sat l-—'l‘ue 25 Sep. New ceramics.


141 Bridgegate. 402 5020. Viewing by appointment. call 552 718‘) or 402 4292. Public Hanging 2 l'ntil Fri 24 Attg. A group exhibition by WASPS studios artists featuring painting. sculpture. stained glass and jewellery.


24 Hottr Viewing Window. 264 High Street. 572 0161.

Pamela Wells: Colourblind Until Sttn 14 ()ct. Pamela Wells explores the subject of passion and commitment to football in this new body of work. and in particular. the rivalry between (‘eltic and Rangers. l'sing sewn plastic. beads and sequins to fortn patterns. images and text. found objects are renewed and repositioned.


10 King Street. 553 0733. Mon—Sat 10.30am midnight; Sun 1-—1 lprn. Primitive Art From Russia And Beyond l'ntil Sat 8 Sep. Traditional and Contemporary Russian boards. illustrated with scenes of folklore by various artists.


36 West (ieorge Street. 332 5551.

Mon Sat 10am 5.30pm: Sttn noon-5pm. Mixed Exhibition An ongoing exhibition of work by various artists. Wild About Art Until Sun 26 Attg. Artirnal paintings by Gary Hodges. Alan Hunt and Peter llildick.

Castaway Mon 3--Sun 23 Sep. (‘oastal landscapes by various artists including Derek Hare. John 1.owrie Morrison. Penelope Starey. Reuben (‘olleyu Lawrence (‘oulson and Wendy McBride.


l'niversily of Strathclyde. 22 Richmond Street. 552 4400 ext 2682. Mon-Fri

10am 5pm; Sat noon 4pm.

Quilt Art: Moving On l'ntil Sat 25 Aug. The only Scottish showing of contemporary qtrilts by [K and international members of Quilt Art. an organisation founded in 1985 to promote the quilt as an art form and to enhance the status of qttillers through exhibitions. [AST CHANCE TO SEE.

The Snake In The Garden: Exhibition Sat 1 Sep—Sat 13 ()ct. An international exhibition focusing on new developments in slipwarc featuring life- si/.e figurative sculptures. installations for interior design and functional pots. NEW SHOW.


178 West Regent Street. 221 6370. Mon Sat 10am 5.30pm.

Cabinet Paintings lintil Wed 2‘) Aug. Filly prominent Scottish anists. including Philip Reeves. John Houston. lili/abeth Blackaddcr. Barbara Rae. Mark lanson. David Martin and many more show specially selected small works. IAST CHANCE TO SEE.

Stephen Bird Mon 3- Wed 26 Sep. Paintings artd ceramics.


18 (‘astlemilk Arcade. 634 2603.

Mon Sat 10am 5pm.

Breandam Splendour Until Fri 31 Aug. Work by families on the Breandam Family House ‘Year of the Artist' project with artists Katie Bruce and Dale Rowe. Kathleen Little Mon 3 Fri 21 Sep. A photographic exhibition by Kathleen Little documenting the Simon ('onimunity developments throughout (ilttsgow.

GALLERY OF MODERN ART Queen Street. 22‘) 1996. Mon 'l'hu & Sat 10am 5pm; Fri & Still 1 Iran 5pm.

ETCHINGS AND PASTELS WHISTLER IN VENICE Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow. until Sat 1 Sep oooo

“The etchings themselves . . . will sell. I don't see how they can help it.‘ noted Whistler of his Venetian etchings of 1879/80, a commission from the Fine Art Society. Printmaking. unlike modesty. was Whistler’s forte. as this exhibition drawn from the Hunterian's extensive archive highlights. The etchings and pastels displayed exude Whistler's enthusiasm and indulgence in his chosen medium.

While printers such as Delatre were admired for their ability to produce almost identical. uniform editions from one plate. Whistler's progressive approach to printmaking exploited the potential of creating different versions of the same scene. Two versions of Nocturne. shown in both the first and fourth state. explore how the effect of mood. atmosphere. different times of day and varying degrees of texture. warmth and tonal contrast was conveyed by Whistler through the inking of the plate (by hand or with muslin). It is intriguing to examine Whistler's technique through comparison of the two Nocturnes. or by looking at the copper plate for The Beggars alongside the etching produced from it.

Flying the flag of ‘art for art's sake'. Whistler's inaccuracy in his portrayal of specific scenes is quirky and humorous in Nocturne the church and campanile of San Giorgio Maggiore are to the right of the dome of Santa Maria della Salute the opposite of their real location. Drawing directly onto the plate it seems probable that Whistler was unconcerned with the reversing effect of printing. concentrating primarily on ‘the look' of a place he believed to have been ‘created

especially for the painter“. (Susannah Thompson)

OJerwood Painting Prize Exhibition L'ntil Sttn 21 ()ct. Honouring the best in contemporary painting. the Jerwood Painting Prize the largest single prize awarded to one artist tottrs outside London for the first time with the work of the six shortlisted artists. Highlights include the winning paintings by Katie Pratt; Tint Renshaw's intricate. beautifully executed patterns which resemble magnified silicon chips and Ian Davenport's rnesrnerising poured paintings using household gloss. See Hitlist. GATEI'IOUSE GALLERY

Rouken Glen Road. 620 0235. Fri. Sun & Mon 1.30 5.30pm: Sat 11.30am-—5.30pm. Mixed Show Until Fri 31 Aug. A selection of paintings by gallery artists. The September Show Sun 2 Sep-Mon 1 Get. New work by invited gallery artists.


148 \V‘st Regent Street. 221 3095.

Mon -Sat 9.30am—5.30pm.

Scottish Paintings, Drawings And Sculpture Until Fri 31 Aug. Scottish paintings. drawing and sculpture from 1880 to the present day featuring works by James Paterson. William Gillies. James (‘owie. J.D. Fergusson. Jack Knox and many others.

20th Century British Paintings And Drawings Sat 1 —Sat 29 Sep. Recent acquisitions including works by Redpath. Fergusson. Gill. Iiardley and many others.


(‘afe (‘osmo. 12 Rose Street. 332 6535. Mon-Sat 10.30am—9pm.

A Thimbleful Until Fri 31 Aug. A series of photographs by Deirdre Nelson resulting from recent textile work. The work explores Ayrshire needlework produced in Scotland in the 19th century. and in particular. ideas of women. stitch and whisky.

Viewpoints Sat 1—Sun 30 Sep. Photographic works based around the theme of landscape by Glasgow School ofArt graduates Susan Baker and Riel. GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO 22 8c 25 King Street. 552 0704. Tue—Sat 10am-5.30pm.

John Bellany Until Thu 23 Aug. ()ne

of Scotland's most influential figurative

i painters. Port Seaton-born John Bellany.

has his first solo show at UPS for twenty years. In a show of paintings. drawings and prints. Bellany‘s fascination with the sea remains at the heart of his work. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.

1 Helen Fay [Intil Thu 23 Aug. A series - of drypoint print images exploring the

wildlife of Scotland and Northern England.

Anna Strachan Until Thu 23 Aug. Inspired by a residency on the uninhabited island of Boreary in the Outer Hebrides. Anna Strachan creates site-specific works including text-based

suspended multiples. wall-based work

and artists‘ books.

Diana Ferrari Until Thu 23 Aug. Sculpture arid hand-built ceramics combining organic shapes and bold decorative finishes.

Stuart Duffin - Sacred Science Thu 30 Aug-“Sat 6 ()ct. Mezzotints. etchings and paintings inspired by a recent visit to Jerusalem. NEW SHOW. Murray Robertson - Uncertain Pantheon Thu 30 Aug—Sat 6 ()ct. Traditional and digitally manipulated prints inspired by cultures past and present. NEW SHOW.

Ian McNicol Thu 30 Aug-Sat 6 ()ct. Architectural and abstract imagery

: combine in McNicol‘s new body of

work which utilises traditional printmaking techniques. NEW SHOW. Tricia Murray - Scratching The

Surface Thu 30 Aug—Sat 6 ()ct. Silver

jewellery by Tricia Murray. NEW SHOW.