A Striking Beauty at Whitespace Edinburgh

Mark Thompson, 'Killin - Falls of Dochart'
Mark Thompson, 'Killin - Falls of Dochart'


Daily, 12:00 - 17:00 (2nd Dec 14:00 - 17:00)

From: 2 Dec 2023

To: 7 Dec 2023

76 East Crosscauseway
Edinburgh & the Lothians

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A group exhibition, Struck! at Edinburgh’s Whitespace gallery combines the talents of visual artists Trude Blows, Georgina Bown, Matt Thompson and Siri France, whose specialities span painting, photography and printmaking; taking its title from a sailor’s cry when a vessel strikes rock, the exhibition of paintings, prints, photography and sculpture is connected by sea themes.

Georgina Bown, 'Weird Thing'
Georgina Bown, ‘Weird Thing’

Georgina Bown SSA divides her time between printmaking, drawing, sculpting and teaching. Living near the sea in East Lothian has formed a fascination with huge, man-made vessels.

Siri France, 'Evening Beach 2', oil on panel
Siri France, ‘Evening Beach 2’, oil on panel

Working in paint and graphite, Siri France expresses how it feels to be in the natural environment. Her group of panoramic watercolours and small oil compositions investigates shapes and geometries of rocks and the land.

Matt Thompson, 'Old Oak', photograph
Matt Thompson, ‘Old Oak’, photograph

Photographer Matt Thompson is drawn to the wrecked, the strange, the dark and the dramatic. His pictures explore close observation of landscape and a subtle sense of human presence within it.

Trude Blows, 'Hebridean Horizons 2', mixed media on board
Trude Blows, ‘Hebridean Horizons 2’, mixed media on board

Trude Blows makes collages incorporating old sea charts, drawings and paintings to express the drama and power of the west coast of Scotland.

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