Visual Arts Reviews
Until Oct 27 Review
Calum McClure’s work delves into the profound and fluid exploration of natural and man-made surroundings, presented to the viewer in the form of elegantly abstract monotypes and silently contained oil paintings.
Until Oct 9 Review
Dronma’s pieces give the impression of a rather feral and unsettling natural beauty, as the foreground liquefies within the background to create the symbiotic live organism of nature. The canvases shimmer with light brought about by the intriguing contrasting color palettes.
Until 8th of October Review
The exhibition at Edinburgh’s Open Eye Gallery was an obvious success from the very beginning. The display of five different talented artist is presents the visitors with a unique experience of artistic immersion and delight.
Until Oct 20th Review
Menon’s technique and composition inspire profuse longing and elation. The artist’s oil paintings are reflections on a rich cultural heritage, existing within a highly saturated natural environment.
Until Oct 5 Review
Inzajeano Latif’s work at the Upright Gallery can be characterized by his clear and flowing style, as well as the breadth of his subject matter.
“Berlin in Stone” – a photographic journey through time and place with classic artistic vision by Eion Johnston, FRPS
The Life Room, 23B Dundas Street, Edinburgh EH3 6QQ Tuesday 11th – Sunday 16th September 2018 (open 10.30 – 17.30) Award winning photographer Eion Johnston, who lives in Edinburgh, has visited Berlin regularly over the past thirty years observing its architectural heritage past and present. This two part exhibition captures a snapshot of a crumbling