Colin Brown - Meld, acrylic and collage on panel

The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh: Colin Brown – Days in Europa

Note: open by appointment only.

4th – 28th March

The Scottish Gallery is welcoming Colin Brown for the first time. A fine artist and former graduate of Duncan of Jordanstone, Dundee, Colin is Stonehaven-based, having lived and exhibited in Europe for several years, developing a strong international profile with regular solo and group exhibitions worldwide.

Employing a variety of mixed media to explore human histories, Colin’s compositions encompass random and specific mark making, urban imagery, and handwritten and printed script, aiming to capture the spirit of modern European society.

16 Dundas Street
Edinburgh EH3 6HZ

Image: Colin Brown – Meld, acrylic and collage on panel

Also showing at the Gallery:

Until 29th February: ScaleLandscape painter Charles Simpson’s response to the ever-changing beauty of Scotland’s west coast;

Until 29th February: A Considered Place – The Editfeaturing woven tapestries from Jo Barker, Sara Brennan, and Susan Mowatt and exquisite glass and ceramic work from Andrea Walsh.

Until 29th February: Considered Jewellery: featuring work from Susan Cross, Dorothy Hogg, Catherine Martin and David Poston and tiny faceted glass pins from Andrea Walsh.

From 4th March: Lost in Wonder showcases Robert Macmillan‘s masterful land- and seascapes.

From 4th March: David Eustace: Dear John, A Thirty Year Portrait is a limited-edition portfolio containing 12 portraits of the artist, writer and playwright John Byrne.

From 4th March: Nancy Sutcliffe‘s DNA is a personal exploration of the common genetic heritage of living things and our origin in the stars in wheel- and drill engraved glass pieces.

From 4th March: in Colour ConnectionsElizabeth Jane Campbell presents a new collection of jewellery exploring the relationship of colour, balance and form.

Finally, from 4th March: in March Staff Picks, The Gallery’s staff share a selection of their favourite pictures and objects that are in The Gallery’s collection but are not always on display.