Art listings

Glasgow Galleries continued


Centre For Developmental Arts 18 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm.

Full of Life Until Fri 21 Nov. Ati exhibition of visual arts and creative writing by tnetnbers of both the Trongate Studios and Survivors Poetry Scotland.


1 18 Douglas Street. 248 6386. Mon -l:ri 10.30am—5pm; Sat 10.30am~ l pm. Colourplay 4 Until Sat | Nov. Floralscapes. cityscapes. sea and landscapes by Sylvia Allen.

142nd Open Annual Exhibition Mon 10—Sun 30 Nov. The RGI annual open exhibition featuring paintings. sculpture and tnore housed iti two venues. NEW SHOW.


2 Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. Mon—Sat 10am-6pm.

142nd Open Annual Exhibition Mon 10—Sun 30 Nov. See R(}I Kelly entry above.


100 Renfrevv Street. 332 5057. Mon—Fri 9am--6pm: Sat 9am»4.30pm. Margaret S Thomson Sat |- Sun 30 Nov. Bright. colourful paintings by this local artist.


6 Burntield Road. (iiffnock. 638 1200. Mon—Fri 1 lam 6pm: Sat 10am—5.30pm; Sun noon v—5.30pm. Gallery Group Show Until Wed 19 Nov. A group show featuring works by Peter Nardini. Kirsty Whiten. Steve Johnstone. Iilaine (‘unningham and Kathy Ramsay-Carr.


26 King Street. 552 2151. Tue r-Sat 10am~ 5.30pm.

Symphonic Body Grounds Until Sat 29 Nov. Adinda van't Klooster explores the very early stages of the creation of human life iii this interactive sound installation with video and sculpture. NEW SHOW.


28 King Street. 552 4813. Tue Sat

1 1am- 5pm.

More Boots = Many Routes Until Sat 8 Nov. A group show featuring sculpture by American artist Eric Wesley. new drawings by Lee ()‘Connor and new work by Ryan DooIan. LAST CHANCE TO SEE.


63 Trongate. 552 4267.

Chesty Morgan - An Emotional Rollercoaster Sat l—Mon 24 Nov. David ()swald‘s photographic exhibition about the life

of (‘hesty Morgan. the muse of trash auteur. Doris Wishman. Part of (ilusgayf


18 Albion Street. 552 2822. Mon Fri 10am— 5pm.

Young Talent tintil I‘ri 2| Nov. Annual exhibition of work created by children atid young people with autistic spectrum disorders who come to Project Ability's Saturday AA classes.


Woodlands Road. For tnore information or email emergedta‘hotmailcom

[etis] Sun 2 Nov Sun 7 Dec. Artist-run organisation Ii merge I) presents a new programme of exhibitions housed it) this disused shop front on Woodlands Road by up-and-coming artists. (‘hristine (‘ollins shows work from 2 9 Nov. followed by Alexandra Bettencourt (9 16 Nov); Karen ('unningham (16 23 Nov); (ieorgia Lee IIussey and Iisther Ahn

(23 30 Nov) and Jonathan Ashwortli (30 Nov 7 Dec).


1 13 West Regent Street. 221 9109. Mon Fri l0.30am 5pm.

Mixed Show t'ntil Fri 31 ()ct. A mixed show of works from stock including a selection of paintings by Hazel Nag].

Mixed Show Mon 3 Sat 29 Nov. A display of general stock iiicltiditig 19th. 20th century aitd contemporary paititings.

Glasgow Museums

This section lists museums currently showing temporary exhibitions. For details of other permanent attractions, see Glasgow Life.


The Cross. Kirkintilloch. 578 0144. Tue-Sat 10am Ipiii 8; 2 5pm. Fabulous Fibres t'ntil Sat 8 Nov. An exhibition of work by the West of Scotland (iuild of Weavers. Spinners and Dyers.


2060 Pollokshaws Road. 287 2550. Mon Thu & Sat 10am 5pm: I’ri & Stiti 1 1am 5pm.

Whistler and Burrell t'ntil Sun 18 Jan. An exhibition of over 20 works by Whistler. collected by Sir William Burrell.

Whistler in Venice t'ntil Sun I8 Jan. Ati exhibition of around 50 etchings and pastels by James McNeil Whistler. created during his 14-month stay iti Venice in 1879. Iiinding himself in dire financial straits. Whistler. along with his model and mistress .‘vlaud l-‘ranklin. took refuge in the Italiati city. Here he produced ati extraordinary body of work

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THE HIDDEN GARDENS 'l'ramway. 25 Albert Drive. 0845 3306501. Tue Sat 10am 4pm: Sun noon 4pm.

The Hidden Gardens Scotland‘s first sanctuary garden dedicated to peace created in collaboration with ma organisation. landscape architects ('ity

Design Cooperative. the local community

and a team of artists. A derelict industrial site adjoining 'I‘ramway has been transformed itito a contemplative garden with dedicated artworks.


l'pper (‘olquhoun Street. llelensburgh. 01436 673900. Daily 1.30 5.30pm. £6 (£4).

Rest and Be Thankful t'ntil Fri 31 ()ct. A selection of furniture by contemporary designers working iii Britain including lirika Douglas. Rtith Ingram. Tony Jacksoti. Nina Mocller. David Samuels atid Peter Toaig.


61 63 Netherlee Road. (‘athcart. 637 2129. Daily 1.30 5.30pm.

3L8 Art Club Sat 8 Fri 14 Nov. An exhibition atid sale of work by the 3l.s (Learning iii Later Life) Art ('lub.

HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER Bellahouston Park. 10 Dumbreck Road. 353 4773. Daily 10am 5pm. £3.50 (£2.50).

Hugh Gillan l'ntil Stiii 30 Nov. Recent paintings by (ilasgow School of Art graduate. llttgli (iillan.


l'niversity Avenue. 330 4221. Mon Sat 9.30am 5pm.

Lord Kelvin: A Life in Science l'ntil Wed 3| Dec. An exhibition of the scientific instruments. inventions and patents Used by (ilasgow's famous professor of physics. William Thomson. The Passionate Collector: George Rae’s Fossils l'ntit Sat 20 Dec. An exhibition of the fossils of (ieorge Rae. an amateur enthusiast who collected fossils throughout his life and became a research fellow at the llttnterian .‘yltiseuni.


(ilasgow (ireen. 554 0223. Mon Thu & Sat 10am 5pm: I‘ri & Sun llatii 5pm. Joan Eardley: Paintings and Drawings l'ntil Still 16 Nov. Paintings and drawings by Joan Iiardley. drawn from the ('A("s pertnanent collection. The selection features her familiar portraits of (ilasgow children. land and seascapes inspired by the fishing village of ('atterline where she lived it) later life. Doorway to Trade t'ntil Thu 20 Nov. Work by Sadia (iul Ibrahitn who explores the sense of loss fora heritage rich iii architectural beauty. Part of Black History Month.


Pollok (‘ountry Park. 2060 Polloksliaws Road. 616 6410. Daily 10am 4pm. The World in Blue and White l'ntil Stiti 30 Nov. £5 (£3.75); family ticket £13.50. Ati exhibition of ceramics datitig between 1320 and 1820 from members of the Oriental ('eramic Society.


2 ('astle Street. 553 2557. Mon Thtt & Sat 10am 5pm; Fri & Sun 11am 5pm. Faithfully Yours t'titil Thu 30 ()ct. A photography exhibition documenting different aspects of religious expression found in arid around (ilasgow.

St Mungo Inspired t'ntil l-‘ri 3| ()ct. A collection of textile. silk paintings. window atid altar hangings. created by students from Iiastmuir School.

Edinburgh Galleries


75 Bread Street. 477 4528. Mon Fri 11am 5pm: Sat llatn 4pm.

Sympton and Symbol ll: Art as Healing Process t'ntil Sat | Nov. A group show exploring the therapeutic nature of creative expression.

Lovers and Lobsters Fri 7 Sat 3‘) Nov (Mon-Sat noon 5pm). Paintings atid sculpture by Ian Thompson. James Page attd Wayne Rayy.


Moray House. llol)‘rood Road. 558 7604. Under Fire I'ntil Mon 10 Nov. An exhibition of photographs and words by Annette Lamont atid David Lynn who were in Iraq during the allied forces‘ invasion.


6 Dundas Street. 557 4050. Mon I’ri 10am 6pm; Sat 11am 2pm.

Haidee Becker and Philip Archer l'ntil Fri 31 ()ct. IIaidee Becker shows new paintings in her first show at Bourne I-‘ine Art and Philip Archer presents new works iii oil pastel.

Scottish Paintings Sat | Sat 2‘) Nov. A selection of paintings including works by the Re. John Thomson of Duddingstoti. John Philip. Sir Iirancis (irant. (ieorge llotiston. Horatio Mc('ul|och and Sir Williatn (iillies.


38 Home Street. 228 4141.

Plane Spotter t‘ntit Wed 26 .\'ov-. Local artist Sliti Lorimer presents a series of screen prints atid appliques inspired by B-52 bombers.


2 Market Street. 529 3993. Mon Sat

10am 5pm.

Editions Alecto: A Fury for Prints I'ntil Sat 10 Jati. A celebration of two atid three-dimensional graphic art in this exhibition which highlights the work of pioneering print publisher. Iiditions Alecto. which produced contemporary artists' prints in Britain during the 60s and 70s. Artists who worked with Alecto include David Ilocktiey. Iiduardo Paolo/Ii. Patrick (‘aultield Richard Hamilton and (iillian Ayres.

The Great Book of Gaelic t'ntil Sat 24 Jati. (‘ontemporary ('eltic culture is celebrated in this exhibition about The (ii't'ul Book. a 2 1 st century Bunk ofKt'l/s which brings together the work of more than 200 visual artists. poets atid calligraphers from Scotland and Ireland. I-‘eatttred artists include John Byrne. Will .\lacl.ean. ('alum (‘olvin and Steven ('ainpbell.

Monumental Edinburgh t'ntil Sat 24 Jati. A celebration of Iidinburgh's monuments and public sculpture ranging from the Rotnan ('rainond Lioness to the Iilni Row pigeons on Leith Walk.


22 28 (‘ockburn Street. 220 1260. Tue Sat itooii 5pm.

New Work Scotland Programme 10 l'ntil Sun 16 Nov. Now in its fourth year. a new season of the critically acclaitned New Work Scot/(mt! Programme which showcases the work of yottng. tlp- and-coming artists selected from Scotland's four tiiaiii art colleges. l-‘irst tip is Kevin Ilutcheson and Kristian Is'orner. See review.


41 Dundas Street. 557 4569. Mon liri 10.30am 5.30pm; Sat 10.30am 5pm. Kate Philp l'ntil Wed 12 Nov. A collection of paintings by Kate Pliilp.


3 Doune 'I'errace. 225 7189. .\lon I‘t'i

10am 5pm.

My Private View: Selected Danish Artists t'ntil I-‘ri 3| ()ct. Private collector James Walker selects a cross section of