• Lizzie Farey is part of a free exhibition at the City Art Centre, Edinburgh, call 'A Fine Line' 

    With fellow exhibitors Angie Lewin, Frances Priest and Bronwen Sleigh, she explores the fine line between art and craft in two and three dimensions. Marrying detailed observation and strong draughtsmanship with a variety of media, including printmaking, drawing, ceramics, collage and sculpture, the four artists have produced works inspired by places and spaces in both the natural and man-made environment.

    The exhibition runs until 18th February 2018 and is to be found on the third floor of the City Art Centre. The City Art Centre is open Wednesday-Sunday, and admission is free. The exhibition then tours, and is to be seen at the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery (3rd March to 12th May) and the Gracefield Art Centre, Dumfries (19th May to 7th July). The exhibition is a collaboration between the City Art Centre, Edinburgh, the Gracefield Art Centre, Dumfries, and the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery.

    https://www.edinburghmuseums.org.uk/whats-on/fine-line

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    www.dumgal.gov.uk/gracefield

  • Lise Bech.  'Interwoven' at The Scottish Gallery, Dundas Street, Edinburgh. 

     

    Lise has created a variety of wall pieces for this exhibition that runs until 6 February.

    Lise has an international reputation, and has exhibited at the Scottish Gallery on several occasions.

    exhibition will be well worth visiting by basketmakers and non-basketmakers alike.

     

    The catalogue can be viewed at the following url:

    https://scottish-gallery.co.uk/exhibitions/interwoven