Edinburgh Festival 2019 – Joan Miró original prints. An exhibition comprising around 50 works. Great selection of prints ranging from £500 to £25000
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.
Stunning new hanging panel from Philip Baldwin & Monica Guggisberg coming to Edinburgh for the Cathedral Collection exhibition in this years Gallery TEN Festival exhibition in St Mary’s Cathedral.
This new panel measures 120 x 300 cm.
Gallery TEN is pleased to announce its 2016 Festival exhibition. World renowned glass duo Baldwin & Guggisberg will be installing a number of works inside St Mary’s Cathedral in Edinburgh’s West End. More information is available from their website click here for details. Below are two new panels that will be in the exhibition.
Coming soon at Gallery TEN exciting news about an extraordinary event……….
02.08.14 – 02.09.14
JAPANNED! – Edinburgh Festival Exhibition
Japanese printmaker Kouki Tsuritani will be exhibiting a collection of his outstanding mezzotint prints in the Edinburgh Festival which will inspire and enthral viewers with both their fantastical images and his technical skills. Alongside Kouki’s work, Edinburgh based Gallery Ten is exhibiting a number of International and British artists who either use Japanese techniques or draw inspiration from Japanese art and imagery. The applied arts will be represented by a number of Japanese printmakers, jewellers, ceramicists, glass and leather artists whose work shows the extraordinary and refined qualities of contemporary Japanese art and applied art.
After a successful opening our Edinburgh Festival exhibition is now open. PRINT FUSION is a collection of eleven printmakers showcasing their work in Gallery TEN Edinburgh.
Print now includes photography, mixed media and digital technologies all being utilised alongside traditional printmaking techniques.
Presenting some of the expressive and varied range of artistic output we explore the technical issues that occur from the use of these very different processes within printmaking. The exhibition runs until the 2nd of September.