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urban • rural

urban • rural
4th May - 29th June 2019

Transitioning from spring to summer, we are showing a collection of landscapes, cityscapes and abstract interpretations of architecture from six of our regular Doubtfire artists. Vibrant spring greenery and hints of blue skies intermingle with the buildings of the city and the dark earth of the landscape. It’s time to look forward to al fresco dining and lazy meandering in town and garden.


Exhibition Pics

(Click on thumbnails to view. Images record the full catalogue shown during the exhibition dates.)

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Michael G Clark PAI RSW

Michael G Clark graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 1983.

He visited Paris for the first time in 1980, walking for miles, drinking in the atmosphere and revelling in the style of the city and its people. He loved the cafés and the streets – the different iconography th ... Read More

Esther Donaldson

Based in Port Seton, Esther’s recent work is based on gardens, a colourful cultivation of rich and sometimes exotic plant patterns, very much in vogue in contemporary interiors. “My work is based on trying to reflect the brevity of life, beauty, toil, energy, death and rebirth that i ... Read More

Kate Henderson

Kate trained in Stained glass at Edinburgh College of Art in the early nineties and has since built up a varied portfolio of commissioned stained glass for public and private buildings across Scotland and Europe. She has won awards for her paintings from the RGI and the RSW and is a ... Read More

Alan James McLeod

Alan James McLeod’s abstract collages are inspired by the beauty and detail of the landscape, buildings and objects that surround him.

“My influences range from weathered effects created by the elements, to landscapes, planetary bodies, human bodies, and minds, and surface pat ... Read More

Chris Nugent

Chris Nugent lives and teaches art in Edinburgh and has been exhibiting throughout the UK and Europe since graduating in 1986, including showing in SSA and RSA. With a clutch of awards since then, he has developed a fluid approach to the interaction of light and colour on the element ... Read More

Simon Rivett

“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” – Henry Miller

Simon Rivett has been painting landscape since 1988, from his days as a student at Goldsmith’s College, London painting the declining industrial landscape of his home in Newcastle, t ... Read More