Mixed Winter Exhibition – Including glass and original prints from a selection of well known artists……
Coming soon for our 2019 Festival Exhibition Gallery TEN will be showing original prints from Joan Miró alongside will be ceramics from Takeshi Yasuda and glass from Baldwin & Guggisberg. – 03.08.19 – 31.08.19 – Opening 03.08 from 12.30 to 17.30
Gallery TEN – Edinburgh Festival 2018 Exhibition
A collection of objects, sculpture & functional works made from WOOD. Shown alongside will be pictures which share the theme of TREES. Works by well know and emerging artists, both national & international.
look at the wood and see the trees
Incredible vessels from Pascal Oudet, sculptural works by the late Tim Stead, contemporary Shaker ware from Ian Fraser, furniture by Namon Gaston and Isabelle Moore, panels from Adrian McCurdy and quirky works by Arran Ross and Sid Burnard, all from WOOD.
Paintings and original prints from a collection of well-known artists, designed to complement the objects with a collective theme of the TREE. Including Terry Frost, Patrick Heron, Tom Hammick, David Hockney, John Piper & Scottie Wilson.
JAZZ – by Henri Matisse – Cut outs for the book were started as early as 1941, the book was finally published in 1947 in an edition of only 370, hand-coloured using the
pochoir process. In 2004 they were brilliantly reinterpreted by Idem Mourlot, the great Parisian lithographers. The intensity of colour is stunning. The lithographs offered here were published in an edition of 1500.
In our forthcoming exhibition of Henri Matisse original prints there will be a number of portrait images, some of which are shown below.
Following next at Gallery TEN – HENRI MATISSE (1869 – 1954) – original print exhibition – starting 22.03.18 – print collection including – lithographs, etchings & screenprints………
Matisse is commonly regarded, along with Pablo Picasso, as one of the artists who best helped to define the revolutionary developments in the visual arts throughout the opening decades of the twentieth century, responsible for significant developments in painting and sculpture.