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  • Selected Works - Philip Reeves RSA PRSW RGI

    Exhibition: 1st February to 17th February 2016 Selected Works

    Philip Reeves’ beautifully balanced abstract works stand him as one of the most talented artists and printmakers within Scotland. A lifetime of experimentation with collage and the process of intaglio printmaking has led to works which combine found objects with...SEE MORE»

  • Unbuilt - Cate Inglis

    Exhibition: 1st February to 15th February 2016 Unbuilt

    Winner of the Open Eye Gallery Prize at the SSA exhibition in 2014, Cate Inglis exhibits her debut solo show exploring transience of urban structures and the relentless process of growth and change.

    Each of Cate’s distinctive paintings are representative...SEE MORE»

  • Visions of Scotland and Beyond - Sir D. Y. Cameron

    Exhibition: 1st February to 15th February 2016 Visions of Scotland and Beyond

    Coinciding with the Scottish National Galleries exhibition ‘The Spirit of Line’, Open Eye Gallery are exhibiting a range of etchings by Sir David Young Cameron (1865-1945) including distinctive works such as ‘Ben Lomond’.

    Within the exhibition will be works ranging...SEE MORE»

  • New Works - Kirsty Wither

    Exhibition: 22nd February to 9th March 2016 New Works

    This solo exhibition sees a continuation of new themes within Kirsty Wither’s practice; Mediterranean light and shapes, including Italian cypresses and lemon dishes that sit alongside snowy vistas and moody still lifes. As always the paintings are primarily about colour...SEE MORE»

  • Parallel Lines - John Mackechnie

    Exhibition: 22nd February to 9th March 2016 Parallel Lines

    In Parallel Lines several strands of John Mackechnie’s work are brought together in the one exhibition. Themes that have been worked on in parallel include an ongoing series of images of water without shore or skyline that explore the rhythms...SEE MORE»

  • Salt Stars - Gill Tyson

    Exhibition: 22nd February to 7th March 2016 Salt Stars

    After years of making prints inspired by remote places, when Gill Tyson discovered Movern she found herself amongst her most inspirational surroundings to date. This exhibition features a range of prints which explore her signature tonal work and new ventures...SEE MORE»