Art listings

Edinburgh Galleries continued

INSTITUT FRANCAIS D’ECOSSE 13 Randolph Crescent. 225 5366. Mon-~Wed & Fri ‘).3()am—5.3()pm; Thu noon—5.30pm; Sat ‘).3()am—2pm. Scotland’s Passers-By Until Wed 30 Jun. The first in a new programme of photography by young artists in Scotland and France. First up is Benoit Fourches. who studied in Aberdeen and shows a series of images of the anonymous people we pass every day in the street.


4—6 North Bank Street. The Mound. 226 4807. Mon—Sat l()am--6pm; Sun noon—4pm.

Mixed Exhibition L'ntil Sat 24 Jul. A mixed show of work by Scottish painters including Lyn Beckett. Francis Boag. Fionna Carlisle and Charles Monteith Walker. plus jewellery by Malcolm Appleby. Louise Pringle and Lucy Woodley. prints by Susie Reade. photography by Mandy ()wen. glass by Mike Hunter and metalwork by Jonathan Eadie.


58 Warrender Park Road. 22‘) 2676. Wed—Fri l lam—7pm; Sat 10am —5pm: Sun 1 lam-5pm.

Eleanor Adair l.'ntil Sun 4 Jul. Recent paintings attd contemporary furniture by Eleanor Adair plus a changing selection of works by artists including painting. drawing. ceramics and photography and drawings on ceramic by MS Isabelle Ting.

Mixed Show Until Sun 4 Jul. New gallery showing paintings and furniture of Edinburgh based artist Eleanor Adair. plus work by Mary Trodden and Regina Femandes.

90 THE LIST 24 Jun-B Jul 7.004


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

Mixed Summer Show lTntil Sat 26 Jttn. A mixed summer show featuring works by regular gallery exhibitors. Buena Vista Fri 2 Sat 24 Jul. Free. An exhibition of paintings inspired by the Spanish landscape including works by James Somerville. Doug Phillips. Ian Elliot. (ieorgie Young. Annette Edgar. plus ceramics by Angus (irant and jewellery by John Kolb.


The Mound. 624 62()(). Mon Wed & Fri Sun 10am—5pm: Thu l()am 17pm. Festivals, Fireworks, Feasts and Funerals l'ntil Sttn 12 Sep. 'l‘wenty-live paintings spanning 3()() years from l7th to l‘)tli century featuring dramatic. extravagent celebrations and requiem tnasses by artists such as Rubens. Robert Adam and Stefano Della Bella. NEW SHOW After Hours - Traditional and Modern Folk Music Thu 24 Jun. 12.45pm. Free. Folk music with Heather lnnes and ('iaran Dorris. Literature and Patronage Fri 2 Jul. 12.45pm. Free. Francis Fowle discusses Paul (iauguin's The Vision After the Sermon.


75 Behind Road. 624 62()(). Mon Wed & Fri Sun 10am 5pm: Thu

10am 7pm.

Drop-In-And-Draw Thu 24 Jun.

6 7pm. Free. Drop-in drawing sessions introducing different types of art frotn the gallery's collection. All materials provided.

New works by Hanneline Visnes on show at doggerfisher'

American Artists: Dan Graham Mon 28 Jun. l2.45pm. Free. Alan Johnston from Edinburgh (‘ollege of Art gives a talk on the work of sculptor Dan (iraham.

NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY 1 Queen Street. 624 62()(). Mon—le & Fri~ Sttn 10am -5pm; Thu l()am~-7pm. Once Upon our Time: Portrait Miniatures By Moyna Flannigan Until Sttn 5 Sep. Free. Edinburgh-based artist Moyna Flannigan. best known for her fictional portraits. has been cottttttissiorted to create 5() new contemporary portrait miniatures painted in watercolour and gouache on vellutn. The works focus on universal themes of youth and age. rites of passage and dressing tip and. in the accompanying catalogue. writer Dilys Rose has written a short vignette alongside each of Flannigan's tiny imagined characters. Portrait Miniatures from the National Galleries of Scotland [Tittil Stm 5 Sep. ()ver 7() of the National (ialleries' tnost important portrait miniatures go on display.

My Family L'ntil Sun 2‘) Aug. One hundred winning entries in a competition run by Family Mediation Scotland to paint your fatnin and what it means to you are displayed as part of FMS‘s 20th anniversary and a run tip to Families' Day on 2‘) Aug.

Lunchtime Lecture Wed 7 Jul. l2.45pm. Free. Duncan Thomson. former director of the Scottish National Portrait (iallery. discusses (ierard Soest's lxuly Margaret lluy. ( 'utmlr'ss ofRnx‘btuy/tv.


(ieorge lV Bridge. 226 453i. Mon«Sat 10am 5pm: Sun 2 5pm.

Read All About It! Until Sun 3| Oct. The story of the news in Scotland is explored in this exhibition which takes you on a journey through 400 years of news. See photo caption.


15a Pennywell Court. 315 215l. Mon-~Sat 10am—4pm.

Putting Dads in the Picture Until Fri 3() Jul. A series of portraits and video works created by a group of dads to celebrate the role of fathers in local families.


34 Abercromby Place. 557 1020. Mon—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat l()am--4pm. Jock Macinnes and Sandy Murphy Sat 26 Jun—Wed l4 Jul. Recent works.


78 (‘ommercial Quay. Leith. 555 7663. Tue-Sun llam--5pm.

New Paintings and Prints Until Fri 25 Jun. Hunter Fine Art presents an exhibition of paintings and prints including works by Shona Barr. Teresa Flavin. Andrew Fitzpatrick. Will Maw and (iraeme Wilcox.

Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop Until Wed 30 Jun. An exhibition of work by members of the Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop.

PATRIOTHALL GALLERY (WASPS) Patriothall Studios. off 48 Hamilton Place. 225 128‘). Motif/Motive Fri 25 Jun—Sun 4 Jul. Shona Marsh and Jenny Stephens present this two person exhibition exploring pattern and movement through meticulous drawing to build up intricate forms with a collaborative itt situ wall drawing. NEW SHOW


3 Dundas Street. 556 6497. Tue-- Sat noon~~7pm.

Janet Patterson L'tttil Wed 3() Jttn. New semi-abstract paintings inspired by natural forms.


Palace of Holyroodhouse. 556 5100. ‘).3()am—4.3()pm. £5 (£3-£4); fatnin ticket £13.

Enchanting the Eye: Dutch Paintings of the Golden Age L'ntil Sun 7 Nov. A selection of Dutch paintings from the l7th century. with examples by Rembrandt. Vermeer. (‘uyp de Hooch and 'I‘erborch. featuring still life. everyday scenes. portraiture and landscapes.


46 Dundas Street. 556 ()808. Mon ~Fri l().3()am 5.30pm: Sat 10am-4pm.

The Summer Show 2004 Until Sat 24 Jul. A mixed show of paintings by gallery artists including Barbara Balnter. Jatnes Fairgreave. Alexander Robb and David Sinclair.


42 Victoria Street. 477 3255. Mon Sat 12.30» 5.30pm; Sttn noon 5pm. Mixed Group Show tintil Wed 30 Jun. A mixed show of work by tip-and- coming and established artists featuring etchings by Judith Rowan and artists books by A(‘ Berkheiser.

ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN Exhibition Hall. lnverleith Row. 552 7l7l. Daily l()am 5pm. Free.

DNA in the Garden l'ntil Sun 27 Jtm. Free. An exhibition exploring how the discovery of the DNA double helix has altered our knowledge of plants. George Forrest - A Life and Legacy l'ntil Sttn 27 Jun. An exhibition exploring the life of Scottish plant htmter (ieorge Forrest who. during his travels to the tnottntains and valleys of China. discovered many plant species.