Hironori Katagiri: Lifetide
May 11 – June 2, 2018
Japanese sculptor Hironori Katagiri is best known for his impressive large-scale site-specific public sculptures across Europe and Japan. This is the first time Katagiri is exhibiting his drawings in Edinburgh alongside his domestic scale stone sculptures. “Lifetide” is a solo exhibition of colour and form celebrating the rich complexity of life.
Pamela Grace & Jenny Morten:
June 8 – 30, 2018
Pamela Grace captures countryside images in pen/ ink drawings and etchings. Inspired by the coastal geology and marine fossils, Jenny Morten's ceramics explore balance and stability as a metaphor for fragile human existence. PV June 7th.
Ellen McCann shows her ceramic sculptures (that are suitable for outdoors and frost-proof). Angela Taylor exhibits her textile work and also prints on acrylics.
Anne Skinner - an artist from Dundee - will showcase her screen-prints on paper and silk. Gregory Moore (from Glasgow) exhibits his newest etchings. Duncan McLeod (from Fife) displays his watercolour collages. The exhibition will also showcase ceramic vases and vessels by Geoff Calder and Rob Sutherland, glass by Will Shakspeare and free-standing and wall-mount figures by Vivienne Sillar.
To open on Thursday, November 30th, 6-8 pm
Janine Baldwin (charcoal, pastel)
David Cohen (raku ceramics)
Esther Cohen (ceramic tile)
Laima Dzigaite (collage)
Eglė Einikytė (porecelain jewellery)
Laura Gressani (screenprints)
John Heywood (etching)
Cathrine Holtet (water etched porcelain)
Daliute Ivanauskaite (linocut prints)
Susan MacKenzie (collograph prints)
David McKeen (wooden boxes)
Rona MacLean (screenprints)
Sheila Rodger (collograph prints)
Will Shakespeare (glass)
Carol Sinclair (porcelain decorations)
Moyra Stewart (naked raku ceramics)
Frances Wilson (porcelain)
Maggie Zerafa (ceramic jewellery)
Mixed exhibition 'Focus on Wood'
Sheila Rodger - collagraph prints
Geoff Forrest - willow art and baskets
Anthony D. King - turned-wood bowls and platters
Dave McKeen - woods boxes
Joint exhibition 'Fermata' by
To attend preview on May 12th, 6 - 8 pm, please register on Eventbrite
Fermata is a music symbol indicating a prolonged note or rest - exactly how much longer it is held is up to the discretion of the performer or conductor. The two artists to be featured in this exhibition capture a moment and “hold” it in very different materials - clay and linoleum. The artwork of the media in this exhibition has to go through temporary transitional stages. The pottery gets shelved before it is fired in the kiln and the design in linoleum is cut in stages - before the final linoleum layer is applied with paint. The final artistic expression - a raku or wood fired ceramic piece or print - is an outcome after "prolonged note or rest" - fermata in the creative process.