In the heart of Edinburgh’s vibrant West End, contemporary and applied arts exhibition space Gallery TEN has collaborated with the city’s Royal Incorporation of Architects Scotland (RIAS) for an exhibition of architecturally-inspired prints and drawings by Glasgow artist Bronwen Sleigh.
Her work is a response to the spaces formed by the built environment, in various cities and locations, considering structures from their conception and planning through to when they become constructed and made permanent.
Raised in mid-Wales, Bronwen received her BA from Glasgow School of Art and her MA from the Royal College of Art, where she was selected for an exchange to The University of Calgary in Canada. She has worked with The Royal College of Art, The Royal Academy Schools as a Print Fellow and at Edinburgh Printmakers as their etching technician and collaborating printer, and now concentrates on her practice. She has exhibited widely in Scotland, the UK and overseas, and has been artist-in-residence in several places including The Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity in Canada and Cove Park, Scotland, and her work is held in numerous collections world-wide.
The exhibition takes place in the Incorporation’s premises in Rutland Square, Edinburgh.