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winter season 17|18

winter season 17|18
2nd December 2017 - 3rd February 2018

This exhibition showcases the work of 10 artists, some who have shown with Doubtfire over the past year and profiling new work by others. This year, a ribbon of the sea has emerged through the submitted work, along with a liberal sprinkling of figurative, abstract, landscape and portraiture. Note our festive hours - closed from 25 December 2017 reopening on 6 January 2018, or by appointment - email art@doubtfiregallery.com


Exhibition Pics

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

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Dawn Cattanach

Since graduating in sculpture from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee, Dawn Cattanach has worked extensively as a graphic designer and is based in the coa ... Read More

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 ... Read More

Jim Dalziel

The colourful world of artist Jim Dalziel is by turns quirky, surreal and sometimes a little poignant. His first solo exhibition at Doubtfire Gallery in 2013 offere ... 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 a ... Read More

Jeanie Laub

An artist living in Edinburgh, Jeanie Laub’s work focuses on themes from childhood, toys and times past. She uses vintage toys as inspiration. Bric-a-brac and broke ... Read More

Steven Lindsay

Steven Lindsay studied painting at Glasgow School of Art in the 80s. On leaving, he embarked on a successful career as a recording artist in the music industry, ret ... Read More

Dawnne McGeachy

Dawnne McGeachy is a multi-award-winning artist originally from Campbeltown in Argyll, Scotland, and now based in Helensburgh.

A graduate of Glasgow School ... 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 f ... Read More

Linda Park

Gaining a BSc (Hons) in Architecture in 1995, Linda Park has since concentrated on her passion for painting, with 3 successful solo exhibitions at Doubtfire Gallery ... Read More

Beth Robertson Fiddes

Beth Robertson Fiddes graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 1995 with BA (hons), won The RSA Benno Schotz award in 1997 and won second place in the 2011 Jolomo ... Read More