Detail of Broken Elipse Series I by Frances Priest on show at the Scottish Gallery

show sponsored by the Royal Bank of Scotland. Nine up-and-coming designers frotn fashion. seven from performance costume and ten from textiles will be showing off their new collections on the catwalk. The show will be broadcast live on www.ccaacuk on Tlitt 15 May from 7.30pm. Highly recommended. See Scottish Fashion Feature iii Shopping


20a Dtindas Street. 557 5002. Moit Fri 10am -5pm; Sat ll)alli~lpllt. Josephine Graham tintil Tue 13 May. A solo show of paintings by Josephine (iraham featuring still life. landscapes and portraits.

Andrew Fitzpatrick and Joan Gillespie Sat 17 Mayd‘ue 17 Jun. Recent figurative paintings.


23 lfnion Street. 557 247‘). Tue—Sat 10am-v6pm.

Interactions t'ntil Thu 29 May. A portfolio of lithographs by twelve artists published and created at Iidinburgh Printmakers. The artists which include Anne Bevan. Kate Downie. Hendrik Jottas. David Shearer and Jill Tyson have also submitted a piece of work from their usual practice. be it sculpture or painting.


Feties (iallery. Iiast Fettes Avenue. 332 2281. Mon—Sat 9am—7pm.

It’s not my Pigeon t'ntil Thu 23 May. Seven artists working within a range of disciplines present a group photography show which explores their shared interest iii the use of photography within artistic practice. Artists include Matt Ayling. Jo Ball. Ruth Beale. Malcolm Benzie. Andrea Fitzpatrick. Robiit Fox attd (iilly Russell.


88 Lothian Road. 228 2688. Daily 10am—10pm.

GV4 l'ntil Fri 30 May. An exhibition of craftworks by Janet Ahmed. (‘hris Cobb. Catriona Hepburn and Susie Yotitig. four artists from the (iarvald (‘entre which offers creative opportunities to adults with leaniing disabilities.


9 West Port. 221 0237. Daily noon—7pm. Fiona Scroggle t'ntil Sat It) May. Work by Edinburgh-based artist/designer featuring harrowing yet beautiful ghost- like faces with suspicious glances and hidden inner motives.

CIA Nights Tue 13 May- Fri 13 Jun. Forest Arts cafe celebrates its first anniversary with a mixed show featuring a shrine to blu-tac and a collage of the 26 different logos used iii their fortnightly newsletter. NEW SHOW.


Viewing on Wed 8: Sat by appointment call 556 1053. For more info: or email info(a‘

Michael Craik t'ntil Sat 17 May. New paintings and ('-type photographic prints by [Edinburgh artist Michael (‘raik. Sourced frotti the documentation of the urban landscape. (‘raik selects architectural elements to produce abstract paintings.


45 Market Street. 225 2383. Mon~Sat

l lam—5.30pm; Sun noon-5pm.

lnka Essenhigh Until Sat 24 May. (‘artoon—esque figurative paintings by New York based artist lnka Iissenhigh influenced by Italian Renaissance iconography. Japanese L7kiyo-e prints and content irary mythologies.

FMC ollection: American Artists Ifntil Sat 24 May. A small display of works drawn from the Fruitmarket (iallery's art collection featuring works by American artists or artists based in the USA: Thomas Joshua ('ooper. Sol Lewitt. Kiki Smith. Shirin Neshat and Yoko ()no.

FMG Collection in Focus Tue 20 May. 6pm. (iallery manager (ieorge (iilliland dichsses the art of American artist Kiki Smith. and the work donated by her to the gallery iri 199‘). Neoti Bow.


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

Spring/Summer Collection tintil Sat 31 May. A new spring/summer collection ofjewellery by British and international designers.

Chinese Style L'ntil Sat 31 May. Traditional (‘hinese furniture and Buddhas.


Gallery and Shop. 77 Dundas Street. 556 3159. Mon—Fri 10am~6pmz Sat 10am—5pm.

A Brighter View L‘ntil Fri 23 May. A mixed show of still life and landscape paintings by various artists including works by Deborah Ravetz. Marion Thomson and Sarah Bradford.


22a Dundas Street. 556 2181. Mon Fri

1 Iatii 76pm. Sat 10.30am—5 in.

Spring Mixed Exhibition (Part II) Sat Illr~Stit 31 May. The second part of the (iallery ’s mixed spring show featuring works by gallery artists including landscapes. still life. seascapes. floral and figurative paintings. NEW SHOW

Cats and Other Animals Sat l0—Sat 31 May. Animal paintings by regular gallery exhibitors from Scotlatid and abroad.


('astlehill. Royal Mile. 473 2000.

Mon- Stiii 9.30am~ 10pm.

Time and Tide l'ntil Tue 10 Jtiii. Will Silk curates this exhibition of work by Margaret Mellis and (iraham Rich. On display will be works from the 70s-90s by Margaret Mellis tb 191-11. who was a central figure of the St Ives group. Rich works with found objects atid creates landscape pieces.

INGLEBY GALLERY 6 (‘arlton Terrace. 556 4-1-11. Tue -Sat 10am 5pm.

White l'ntil Sat 7 Jtiii. Ari exhibition of white delicate. abstract paintitigs by James Hugonin. (’alluni Innes. Wiiistoti Roeth and Alison Watt.

0 Edmund de Waal L'ntil Sat 7 Jun. A series of large white glazed porcelain vessels by lidmund de Waal whose work is included in British Council. the (‘rafts (‘ouncil arid the Victoria and Albert Museum collections.

INSTITUT FRANCAIS D’ECOSSE 13 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. Mon-Fri 9.30am-—6.30pm; Sat 10am-«1.30pm.

AII So Scots Sat 17 May—Sat 21 Jun. An exhibition of photographs by Herman Rodrigues which explores the various etlitiic communities in Scotland.


66 (‘umberland Street. 558 9872. Mott—Fri 10am-6pm; Sat 10am-4pm. Robyn Denny tintil Sat 10 May. Selected screenprints by Robyn Denny. 20th Century Prints Sat 17 May—Wed 25 Jun. A selection of 20th century prints from the gallery‘s collection featuring works by (‘aulf'ield Pasniore and Paolozzi.

K JACKSON’S PUBLIC HOUSE 40—44 l.ady' Lawson Street. 228 4284, Mon—Sun noon—midnight.

Fay’s New Broom Until Sat 24 May. A group show of paintings by Richard Battersby. Bill Roberts. Rabbiya (‘houdhary. Tim Stott and Aimee Bogacz.


65 The Shore. Leith. 553 5255. Tue—Fri 1 1am—5pm; Sat 1 1am—4pm.

Bella Vista L'ntil Sat 10 May. Landscape paintings inspired by Italy featuring works by Peter Nardini. Dorothy Bruce. Ian Iilliot. Douglas Phillips and Peter King.

Annette Edgar and Kelly Anne Cairns Sat l7-Sat 31 May. New paintings by Annette Edgar and Kelly Anne Cairns.

Ian Brown Sat l7—Sai 31 May. A small stilt) show of paintings.


33 Broughton Place. 557 884-1. Mon—Sun l 1am—7pm.

Fine Jewellery and Silver Thu 22 May. 1 larti. A specialist sale of fine jewellery and silver.


87 Broughton Street. 558 8778. Wed—Sat noon~6pm.

Mixed Show L'ntil Thu 31 Jul. A changing selection of work by 20th century artists including works by Andrew Mackenzie. Steven Hood. Alan Davie. Philip Reeves. Michael Craik. David Cook and William Gear.

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Belt'ord Rtitltl. (‘24 021)“ ll’t‘t‘iirtlt'd information 332 22661 Mon Wed ts Fri-Sun 10am 5pm; Tltti 10am 7pm Warhol to Koons: International Contemporary Art from a Private Collection l'iitil Stiii I Jtiii Free \n exhibition of works on long-term loan including Andy Warhol. lid Rtischa. Jeff Koons. Hill Viola and (iilbert and (ieorge Earl Haig l'ntil Stiii 1 Jtiii. Free To celebrate the artist’s 85th birthday. art exhibition of paintings by liarl llatg featuring landscapes in oil arid watercolour inspired by his home in the Scottish Borders. Iiarl llaig served in the Royal Scots (ireys during World War II. spending the final years of the war interned in the infamous ('oldit/ prison caitip before studying at (‘aniberw ell School of Art Ill London.

Recent Gifts, Loans and Bequests l'ntil Stiii 13 Jul. The ground floor of the gallery is devoted to a display of recent gifts. loans and bequests and includes work by John Wells

(1907 2000). (cell ('ollins t 1908 801. James Come 1 1886 1956i and Iidvard Munch t 1863 I‘l-Hi,


The Mound. (12-3 6200 trecortletl itiltirliialion 552 2200), Mon Wed tk Fri~Sun 10am 5pm; Thu 10am 7pm. Gainsborough's Beautiful Mrs Graham l'ntil Stiii 22 Jun. £3 t£2i. A fascinating exhibition devoted to the National Gallery of Scotland's world- famoUs portrait of The Hunuurtt/J/t' .UH (iruliuni by Thomas (iainsborough (1727—88). (’urated by Hugh liclsey. curator of (lainsborough House. the exhibition explores the personal. social and historical context of the picture in

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