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The Edinburgh Macmillan Art Exhibition AND SALE

£3£4

CATALOGUE

2013

Art of Nature


Gold Sponsor The Miller Group is a major UK property business specialising in house-building, commercial property, construction and integrated asset management services. Keith M Miller CBE, Group Chief Executive of The Miller Group, said: “Once again we are delighted to show our support for the Edinburgh Macmillan Art Show. This event has grown in stature over the years and provides a wonderful platform to showcase the work of many talented artists as well as providing an opportunity to support the invaluable work carried out by Macmillan.” www.miller.co.uk

Silver Sponsor Brown Shipley is a private bank which offers bespoke wealth management to fit individual clients’ needs. The bank has been independent for over 200 years and serves a diverse range of clients to whom we offer tailored and individual investment management, financial planning, lending and private banking services. “Brown Shipley is delighted to continue supporting Macmillan through its sponsorship of the Edinburgh Art Show” www.brownshipley.com

Bronze Sponsor Fleet Search and Selection is a leading specialist in executive recruitment for the Scottish and London financial services marketplaces, with an enviable reputation for delivering senior talent within the Private Banking, Internal Audit, Finance, Risk and Technology Communities. “Having seen firsthand the extensive support that Macmillan provides, we are delighted to be a sponsor for the third consecutive year for this superb exhibition and fully endorse the organisation’s vital work.” www.fleet-search.com

Bronze Sponsor Veritas Vitae is on online service for the trusted verification of employment history, qualifications, professional memberships and accreditations. We provide a secure, pre-screened, ‘single-survey’ that candidates take with them through their careers. This can then be easily quoted on their CV for employers to check. Veritas Vitae demonstrates a proactive commitment to preventing CV fraud and differentiates employers, recruiters and candidates. “ Veritas Vitae has witnessed the amazing support provided to friends and family by Macmillan and we are proud to sponsor this wonderful Art Show.” www.veritasvitae.com

Bonhams Bonhams is the only international auctioneer with a saleroom in Scotland, located in the heart of Edinburgh’s neoclassical New Town. The Queen Street location offers a beautiful backdrop for viewing and selling during the number of decorative and art auctions throughout the year. Specialists dealing with everything from fine pictures, furniture and works of art, jewellery, silver, ceramics and books to collectables and modern design are available to give auction valuations for selling and advice for buying at auction. “Bonhams are delighted to provide the use of the saleroom for the duration of the 2013 Macmillan Art Show and to support this vital fund-raising exhibition.” www.bonhams.com/Edinburgh The committee would like to thank our sponsors. Without their support the show would not be possible. 2


Welcome to the 2013 Macmillan Edinburgh Art Exhibition ‘Art of Nature’ ‘Art of Life’ was the title of Macmillan’s 2009 art show. Four years on, and as the new curator, I am delighted to present ‘Art of Nature’ in response to VisitScotland and Creative Scotland’s 2013 Year of Natural Scotland. The theme sets boundaries as well as bringing coherence to the new and diverse work on show this year. As in previous years, original paintings take centre stage, but to give buyers a greater choice, I have included drawings, prints, photography and works in mixed media to reflect the creativity and wide variety of techniques and styles used by artists today. It goes without saying that the main purpose of a charity exhibition is to raise funds and I was happy to take on the challenge of boosting sales in order for Macmillan to continue its fantastic work in supporting people with cancer. ‘Art of Nature’ is just one of the more visible annual events in a large and varied portfolio of projects managed by a team of dedicated volunteers and fundraisers passionate about the work of the charity. The majority of artists exhibiting this year were personally invited. This enabled me to bring in a new body of work that interprets the theme in an intriguing, often contemporary style. As well as enlivening the experience of visitors, our aim is to provide a city centre showcase for emerging talent so that recent graduates can exhibit alongside some of

Scotland’s most established and respected artists. Macmillan is also delighted to welcome designers of tomorrow from the acclaimed jewellery course at Edinburgh College of Art who have made brand new pieces for sale on the Natural Scotland theme. For the first time we are also hosting two key talks at Bonhams. The first is by the well-known curator, Susanna Beaumont, who will talk about ‘Collecting Art in Scotland’ and the second is by the writer and art historian Bill Hare who is presenting an overview on the ‘History of Landscape and Environmental art in Scotland’. I hope you will join us at these not-to-be-missed events. Finally, I want to express my gratitude to all the artists for making their work available. Some works were specially made for the show and have never been exhibited before. We hope this is the start of a mutually rewarding relationship with new artists, not forgetting the loyalty of those who have given their support over the years. Thanks to Bonhams for once again providing such grand rooms and to our sponsors for their continued generosity. I hope you enjoy the show and find something you love and want to own.

The Committee Natalie Christison Vanessa Davila Johanna Dollerson Mhairi Fisher Jayne Forbes Chris Gregson Christine Johnstone Caroline McFarlane Sheila Murray Aoife Naughton Laura Sutherland Karen Wilson Pat Young Grant Crain

Catalogue Design and Production by

Sheila Murray, Curator

Graham Falconer

The committee would also like to say thank you to; Macsigns of Newbridge for their valued gift of Promotional Display Boards. The Publishing House, who have donated the design and production of all our Preview Invitation Cards, Sales Leaflets and Posters for the 2013 Exhibition and Sale. Judith O’Leary and Geoffrey Key for their kind donation towards the provision of fine wines for the Preview Evening. 3


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Collecting Art in Scotland

‘Collecting Art in Scotland’ is aimed at those who would love to own art, but don’t know where or how to begin, as well as those who might want to be more ambitious in their buying of art works from less well established artists. I think I must have been around 13 years old when I bought a postcard from the Tate Gallery bookshop of The Lady of Shalott by the Victorian painter John William Waterhouse. It shows a rather stoic ‘damsel in distress’ clad in Medieval dress drifting down stream on a splendid barge, her long, auburn hair just catching the breeze. Its melancholy attracted my teenager attention and I remember getting a wedge of blu-tack and sticking it to the wall above my bed. This I like to think was the first painting I ever bought. Albeit a smallscale reproduction, it opened my eyes to another antique land and of course I imagined myself to be that damsel! And importantly it took art out of the gallery and into my everyday, living domestic world.

Decades on I am still a keen purchaser of postcards but I also buy actual paintings and sculpture and prints. And in the main, I buy art today in a similar way I did that postcard. I buy what catches my eye, intrigues me and delights me. My taste has moved and shifted gear but it’s the same with the music I listen to and the books that I read. But I do declare myself a collector of art. On the walls of my flat hang drawings, large paintings and prints. Sometimes I am impulsive and buy something I feel immediately drawn to. On other occasions I stalk a work I have seen in a gallery for months on end. I will find out all I can about the artist, look at examples of other work and obviously look at the price and my bank balance. But the decision to buy a work is always quite magical.

Susanna Beaumont is a curator, writer, commentator and collector of contemporary art. She has a keen professional interest in contemporary visual art in Scotland and is currently acting Director of Outset Scotland, an organisation bringing private individuals and corporate partners together to fund contemporary art activity in Scotland. She was the art editor of The List magazine from 1996 - 1999, the founder director of the Edinburgh gallery Doggerfisher from 2000 - 2010 and a former Director of the Frith St Gallery in London from 2011 - 2012.

Susanna Beaumont

Susanna will talk about Collecting Art in Scotland on Thursday 21 November 6-7pm at Bonhams

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An Introductory Survey of the History of Scottish Landscape Art

This talk will cover the broad development of Scottish landscape art - from its early beginnings to its most recent achievements. After a brief look at art in the natural environment during pre-historic and ancient times the foundations of modern landscape painting will be examined from the seventeenth century onwards. Beginning with the work of imported Northern European artists, then moving on to the eighteenth century Scottish Enlightenment era when the Scots began to discover their own scenic inheritance. This will start with the decorative work of the Norrie Brothers, then move to the pioneering innovations of Jacob More, and on to the “Father of Scottish Landscape” Alexander Nasmyth. With the opening up of Scotland in the nineteenth century, through new means of transport and the highly influential writings of Walter Scott, the tourist image of Scotland is created by such artists as John Knox and Horatio McCulloch.

Modern landscape art begins with James Guthrie and the Glasgow Boys who turn their backs on the Victorian Romantic image of Scotland to give a more realistic view of rural life. This approach is further developed in a more modernist way by J D Fergusson and the Scottish Colourists in the early twentieth century and later by the Edinburgh School of painters led by William Gillies. After the War, Joan Eardley dominates landscape painting, with her bold and highly expressive technique. From the nineteen-sixties a new conceptual engagement with the art of landscape emerges. This is led by Ian Hamilton Finlay and his radical neoclassical landscape garden at Little Sparta, and Boyle Family who seek to reproduce the Earth’s surface through their epic World Series. All these important developments in Scottish Landscape Art will be discussed in this talk. Bill Hare

Bill will talk about the History of Scottish Landscape Art on Sunday 24th November 2–3pm.

After Art College in England Bill Hare studied art history at the University of Edinburgh and the Courtauld Institute in London. After graduating he was appointed Exhibition Organiser at the Talbot Rice Gallery in 1985, while continuing to teach art history with the University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh College of Art and the Open University. Since 1995 he has concentrated on teaching, writing and curating, with a special interest in post-war Scottish art. He has been a part-time lecturer in modern art history and contemporary critical theory with Edinburgh College of Art for the past 30 years. He is now an Honorary Teaching Fellow in Scottish art history at Edinburgh University. As a freelance curator he has organised many exhibitions both abroad and in Britain for such institutions as The National Galleries of Scotland, The University of Edinburgh and The Fleming Collection - working with such major artists as Sam Francis, Alan Davie, Eduardo Paolozzi, Boyle Family and Craigie Aitchison. He has also curated important thematic exhibitions such as Divided Selves - The Scottish Self-Portrait from the 17th Century to the Present (2006) and Beyond Appearances - Painting and Picturing in Scottish Modern and Contemporary Painting (2007). Throughout his career he has published extensively on Scottish modern art. He is the Scottish editor of Galleries magazine and the author of Contemporary Painting in Scotland (1992). He has written for monographs on Barbara Rae, John MacLean and Kurt Jackson, all published by Lund Humphries. After a recent serious illness he  became a board member, then Chairman of Art in Healthcare. He has become a member of the International Association of Art Critics (AIC).

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The Exhibits...

All images within this publication are Copyright © the individual artist or the artist’s estate. Oh, Flower of Scotland Image by Jenny Soep.

2013

Art of Nature The Edinburgh Macmillan Art Exhibition AND SALE


Ackroyd Norman, Stac an Armin Evening

signed limited ldition print

Blackadder Dame Elizabeth, Ludisia (Jewel Orchid)

Boreray and the Stacs

2

Stac an Armin Evening

10

......£450

etching

Ackroyd Norman .....£450

etching

Arden Joy

3

Landform/ochre gold oil (with wax) on board................£950

4

Arden Joy

Enclosure oil on card.................£250

5

Ashforth Jill

Kirkwall Harbour, Orkney

6

Ashforth Jill

St Margaret’s Hope, Orkney

. ..............................£250

mixed media

. ..............................£250

mixed media

7

Atkinson Shelagh

Over the Sea and Dunes

8

9

Barber Anthony

Isle of Harris Wave acrylic...........£500

10

Beattie Claire**

Still Field oil on canvas. ...........£1,800

15

Bownes Senja

Golden Flight, Oystercatchers at John Muir Country Park, East Lothian

16

Brook Chris***

Shadow Garden

oil on canvas

............................£695

............£240

archival transfer on copper

17

Brook Chris***

We All Need The Rain

18

Brook Chris***

When Summer Calls

19

Brownlee Ruth

mixed media on board

mixed media on board

...................£240

...................£240

Sky Study: Shetland Mixed media on board. .................£300

20

Brownlee Ruth

Sanick, Shetland mixed media.........£300

Atkinson Shelagh

21

Bushe Chris RSW

Over the Hills [not so faraway]

First Snow, Learney Hill oil. .........£950

22

Bushe Chris RSW

Winter Fields, the Hill of Fayr oil. ... £950

mixed media painting

mixed media painting

.....................£850

.....................£850

23

Butler-Cole Jane**

Rowan and Willow-herb Dance acrylic

. ...................................£220

11

Beattie Claire

24

Hay Field and Stormy Sky

Butler-Cole Jane** Iris Spirit acrylic. .......................£200

12

25

Cameron Elizabeth

Lapping Tide, The Sound of Islay

Blackadder Dame Elizabeth*** DBE, RA, RSA, RSW, RGI Ludisia (Jewel Orchid) print. .....£1,500

13

Bohan Tyrie Trina***

Rodel Harris, Hebrides

14

Bownes Senja

Leaden Sky, Cairngorm Plateau

Bushe Chris RSW, Winter Fields, the Hill of Fayr

Ackroyd Norman

1

oil on paper

. .............................£325

oil on canvas

oil on canvas

.........................£2,000

............................£695

26 27 28

acrylic

. ...................................£380

Cameron Elizabeth acrylic..................£280

Island of Eigg

Campbell Scott Sun

. .....£500

hand-coloured screenprint

Carmichael Evi Iona South Shore

watercolour

......£150

Artist’s donation is a minimum of 50% except- ***100% donation, **between 50% and 100% donation


29 Carmichael Evi Highland Winter acrylic..............£200

44 de Koenigswarter Kari Ice limited edition photograph. .......£400

30 Chapman Sheila Pieris Japonica mixed media...........£175

45 Dickie Sandra Blue Hydrangeas watercolour. .....£450

Chapman Sheila Azalea mixed media......................£175

46 Dickie Sandra Hot Summer Flowers watercolour..£450

32

Christie Fanny

Leap at Buchanty Spout

47 Dickson Alison

33

Christie Fanny

Fall of Buchanty Spout oil on panel. . £600

34

Clasen Fiona

Towards Kilbryde pastel...............£350

35

Clasen Fiona

Blue Islands (Eigg and Rum) pastel.£380

36

Cleghorn Janet

Knapweed and Harris Tweed

37

Cleghorn Janet

Buttercups and Tartan

38

Cowan Alison

Hydrangeas over the Garden Wall

31

oil on panel

..............................£600

mixed media on board

mixed media on paper

acrylic on canvas

...................£375

. ...................£185

.......................£490

Blossom Shower acrylic on canvas.£750

mixed media on board

Downie Kate, Tidal Pool

Still Life with Rowan Berries oil over acrylic on board

..............£950

49 Divine Aine The Bass Rock oil on board..........£350 50 Dix Mike

All the Pollinators acrylic on canvas

....................£1,500

51 Dix Mike

Kill Apidae Kill acrylic on canvas. £1,200

Sunny Side acrylic on board.........£875 Thanks for the Compliment acrylic on paper

..........................£350 Cowan Alison, Hydrangeas over the Garden Wall

54 Donkin Morag Glencorse Reservoir

oil and acrylic ink on canvas

......£2,900

Marsh 1 mixed media on board. ......£325

56

Douglas Liz SSA Pool Horizon

...................£495

57

Douglas Liz SSA

Polygonum Bistorta

Wend your way 4 mixed media on board

...................£360

42 de Koenigswarter Kari Gold Rock

55 Douglas Liz SSA

Sweet Sunrise

41 Cyster Poppy**

48 Divine Aine

53 Doerr Joan**

40 Cyster Poppy**

Early Light oil on board...............£495

52 Doerr Joan**

39 Cowan Alison

.£420

beeswax, pigments and 24ct gold leaf

43 de Koenigswarter Kari Azuline beeswax and pigments.........£360

mixed media on watercolour paper

mixed media on board

. ...£350

...................£350

58 Downer Maggie

Blue Day, Portuairk oil................£250

Artist’s donation is a minimum of 50% except- ***100% donation, **between 50% and 100% donation

Doerr Joan, Sunny Side

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Gressani Laura, Sardines

Harrison Sue, Across the Loch of Butterstone

Hajducka Kate, Summer Light

12

59

Downer Maggie

74

Gardiner Jackie

Wild Water, Falls of Dochart

Summer Rain Cloud oil on board...£750

60

Downie Kate

75

Rare Earth oil...........................£500

Tidal Pool ink pastel & watercolour............£4,500

.........................................£250

oil

61

Doyle Maureen**

Arthur’s Seat from the Pentland Hills

62

Doyle Maureen** Evening Glow, Arthur’s Seat

oil on canvas

oil on canvas

............................£800

............................£400

63

Du Feu Leo

Seabird Colony, the Old Man of Hoy acrylic

. ...................................£895

Glassford Helen

76

Grant Alison**

Taking Part in the Existence of Things, No 2 of 6 monotype on chinese paper with aquatint

. ...........................£325

77

Grant Alison**

Taking Part in the Existence of Things, No 5 of 6 monotype on chinese paper

78

with aquatint

. ...........................£325

Grant Aileen Above Loch Maree acrylic, gouache and ink on Japanese paper. .............£220

64

Du Feu Leo

79

Grant Aileen

Stones on Lewis acrylic...............£495

65

Dark Slumbay with Boats charcoal, ink and acrylic..............£200

Autumn Leaf oil on canvas...........£500

Eeles Robert

66

Emmans Helena**

September Shores, Isle of Skye

. ..............................£690

mixed media

80

Grant Audrey

Atlantic Wave I oil on canvas. ......£300

81

Grant Audrey

Atlantic Seascape III oil on canvas..£400

82

Gressani Laura Sardines monoprint....................£450 Rocks monoprint........................£450

67

Emmans Helena**

Brisk Northern February Winds, Isle of Skye mixed media................£300

68

Forsyth Claire

83

The Road Home screenprint..........£440

84

Hajducka Kate

69

Forsyth Claire

The Road Home II screenprint. ......£440

Summer Light beeswax, pigment, oil on board........£225

70

Fraser Lorna**

Polypodium porcelain..................£300

71

Fraser Lorna

Nuphar porcelain.......................£300

72

Furneaux Paul

Silent Sea japanese woodcut..........£800

73

Furneaux Paul

Snow Mountain japanese woodcut..£385

Gressani Laura

85

Hajducka Kate

Flock of Birds Disturbs the Landscape beeswax, pigment, oil on board........£225

86

Secrets of the Grass

pigment oil on board

Hajducka Kate ...................£225

87

Hamilton Alexander

Double Rose

.......£650

cyanotype with plant fragments

Artist’s donation is a minimum of 50% except- ***100% donation, **between 50% and 100% donation


103 Kenny Paul Night Sky over the Ross - Bunessan

88 Hamilton Alexander Daffodil

.......£650

cyanotype with plant fragments

89 Harrison Sue Storm Clouds Abating Mixed media on 3d canvas. ............£395

90 Harrison Sue

Across the Loch of Butterstone acrylic on 3d canvas

. ..................£395

91 Hay David Hillside mixed media.....................£225 92 Hay David River Late mixed media...............£1,250 93 Heywood John

Winter Dusk etching...................£280

94 Heywood John Winter Sun etching.....................£280 95 Heywood John Forest etching...........................£380 96 Hope Diana Island Moon acrylic...................£620 97 Hope Diana To the Island acrylic................£1,600 Watermarks I woven tapestry/paper...£495

99 Hutchison Fiona

Sea structure III woven tapestry. .....£495

100 Jones Kittie Shelduck screenprint...................£280

archival pigment print on 100% cotton rag.

. ...........................................£900

104 Kenny Paul Kelp Underwater - Carsaig archival pigment print on 100% cotton rag.... £900 105 Kilpatrick Alan Autumn Field (Fife) acrylic, oil, henna, turmeric on canvas. ....................£900 106 Kilpatrick Alan Boundary (Fence) acrylic, oil, hennna, turmeric on canvas. .................£1,750 107 Kirkwood David Wild Garden

................£95

limited edition giclee print

Last Iris limited edition giclee print.....£95

109 Kondracki Henry Highlands oil on canvas...........£3,000 110 Kondracki Henry

Dunes mixed media on paper.........£2,500

111 Kondracki Henry Staffa oil on canvas. ..................£600 Kenny Paul, Night Sky over the Ross - Bunessan

112 Laird Norman Botanic Reflections acrylic...........£450

113 Laird Norman Spring Meadow acrylic...............£250 114 Lawrence Eileen

Dulwich Greylag watercolour on paper

...................£800

101 Jones Kittie Nesting Herring Gull monotype. ....£750

115 Lennie Jim Wind Bent Scots Pine, Near Lamington watercolour. ............................£160

102 Kenny Paul

116 Livingstone Kate

Night Sky over Ardalanish archival pigment print on 100% cotton rag

....£900

Hay David, River Late

108 Kirkwood David

98 Hutchison Fiona

Drift oil, enamel, collage and gold leaf on board

.................................£650

Artist’s donation is a minimum of 50% except- ***100% donation, **between 50% and 100% donation

Kondracki Henry, Highlands

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117 Livingstone Kate Fern oil, enamel and gold leaf on board . ...........................................£350

130 Mackay Madeline Untitled ink on paper...................£220

118 Lymburn Kirsty A Calm Winter’s Morning,

132 Mackay Moy

View from Scalpsie Bay, Isle of Bute to Isle of Arran acrylic on canvas...£425

119 Lymburn Kirsty Soul Searching on the Shore, Ettrick

Bay, Isle of Bute acrylic on canvas

.......................£525

Livingstone Kate, Fern

Winter Hill oil on linen................£800 A View to the Firth oil on linen. ....£800

Fritilaria watercolour..................£290

123 Macbeth Jan

Conference II watercolour...........£290

124 MacColl Eòghann**

...............£1,200

125 MacColl Eòghann** Mabon Tom, A View to the Firth

13 mixed media on canvas...........£1,200

126 Mackay Madeline

Postcard Drawing 2 pencil and wash on paper

.................£80

watercolour and pencil on paper

. ......£80

128 Mackay Madeline Postcard Drawing 5 ink on paper. ...............................£80

MacColl Eòghann, Empty Military Road

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Camusdarach screenprint.............£675

Sandside Bay screenprint.............£675

135 Mackenzie Andrew Studio Painting I oil on panel.....£5,800

136 Mackenzie Andrew Studio Painting 2 oil on panel....£5,800

137 MacLean Rona Yellow Field oil.........................£275 138 MacLean Rona Golden Section mezzotint. ...........£150

139 MacPhee Marion**

Humpback Whale III etching........£800

140 Marshall Alfred*** The Big Splash oil. ....................£120

141 Marshall Alfred The Buichaille oil. .....................£190

142 Mason Jenny

127 Mackay Madeline Postcard Drawing 4

Emerald Shore felted merino.........£650

134 Mackechnie John

Empty Military Road, Roseneath Peninsula mixed media on canvas

122 Macbeth Jan

Harris felted merino....................£850

133 Mackechnie John

121 Mabon Tom**

120 Mabon Tom**

131 Mackay Moy

Shoreline gum arabic and watercolour

143 Mason Jenny

View from the Radical Road watercolour and pastel

129 Mackay Madeline

144 Massie Claudia

Postcard Drawing 7 watercolour and pen on paper

. .........£80

..........£450

..............£1,500

Henry in the Clearfell oil on panel

...........................£1,350

Artist’s donation is a minimum of 50% except- ***100% donation, **between 50% and 100% donation


145 Massie Claudia Fishing Pool (Hatton of Fintry) oil on panel..............................£295

159 Morrison Christine

146 McAllan Kate Hole in the Sky II pencil and brushed graphite on paper........................£375

160 Morrison Christine Irregular Edges II mixed media drawing.....................£600

147 McAllan Kate Water Scenes (4 panels)

161 Mulready Michael In the Garden II watercolour on canvas................£500

gouche, oil and pencil on panel

. .................... £150 each or £375 for 4

149 McAllister Fiona Last Light oil............................£100

150 McAllister Fiona Solemn oil...............................£300

152 McGarrigle Aoife

Ben Lomond 5 colour lithograph...£300

Distant Sea oil paint and wax on board

............£850

154 McGill Alison Low Tide pastel on paper...............£550

Dancing through the Trees

.......................£150

digital mixed media

156 Meehan Emma Winter Trees mixed media...............£250

acrylic on canvas. .....................

pastel on canvas

.........................£700

Wild Flowers watercolour............£200

165 Murray Aitken Eona**

Fossil Leaf III photopolymer gravure with acrylic

. .............................£180

MacLean Rona, Golden Section

166 Murray Aitken Eona** Autumn Fern photopolymer gravure with acrylic

. .............................£180

167 Nelson Gayle***

Leven Beach oil on board............£695

168 Onwin Glen Above and Below mixed medium on canvas

................£560

McGarrigle Aoife, Ben Vrackie

169 Onwin Glen

Light / Dark mixed medium on canvas

................£560

170 Onwin Glen

157 Melrose Janet Watching Birds

Light through Trees III

164 Murray Charly River oil..................................£145

155 Meehan Emma

.....................£600

163 Murray Charly

153 McGill Alison

mixed media drawing

162 Mulready Michael

148 McAllister Fiona Darkened Land oil. ...................£100

151 McGarrigle Aoife Ben Vrackie 5 colour lithograph....£300

Irregular Edges I

£1,500

158 Melrose Janet September in Garden mixed media on paper. ................£1,100

Ultramarine Deep, NaCl mixed medium on canvas

................£560

171 Park Linda Daybreak, Cairngorm Moorlands oil.........................................£650

Artist’s donation is a minimum of 50% except- ***100% donation, **between 50% and 100% donation

Onwin Glen, Above and Below

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172 Park Linda Glinting Rocks, Peaceful Seas, Skye oil.........................................£400 173 Phillips Deborah

Turquoise Dusk acrylic................£895

174 Phillips Deborah

Midas Evening Glow acrylic......£1,100

Rawnsley Ian, Heavy Uist Seas

Over Lothian Fields watercolour. ..£320 The Sound of Sleat and Ornsay Lighthouse watercolour...............£320 Lundin Links Sunset pastel............£330

178 Pier Catherine St Abbs pastel. ..........................£330 179 Rawnsley Ian Heavy Uist Seas oil on linen board..£495

Semple Emma, Arcadia

Arcadia charcoal drawing............£950

Evening, Eigg & Rum oil on canvas

.........................£3,400

Incoming Tide, Dunbar

. ..............................£900

mixed media

193 Sinclair Albie***

Ben Lomond oil on board............£145

194 Sinclair Albie

Snowfall oil on board.................£460

195 Sinclair Albie***

181 Robson Michael

196 Smith Gregor

Rhododendrons, Tayfield Estate watercolour

. ............................£650

182 Robson Michael Red Poppies, Sunny Morning watercolour

. ............................£650

Trees near Steelend oil on board...£460

Corryvreckan, Rain Passing watercolour

. ............................£700

197 Smith Gregor Sound Of Jura watercolour..........£500

183 Robertson Derek BA RSW SSA SAA Below the Canopy watercolour.....£680

198 Smith Jenny Shadow drawing I limited edition print. ....................£450

184 Robertson Derek BA RSW SSA SAA Lochbuie, Mull watercolour..........£680

199 Smith Jenny

185 Robertson Murray Scotia I

........£420

screenprint and digital pigment

186 Robertson Murray

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180 Rawnsley Ian Stonehaven Storms oil on linen board......................£495

Stokes Jayne, Mountain Forest

189 Semple Emma Pause charcoal drawing. ..........£1,800

192 Simpson Charles

177 Pier Catherine

188 Russell Moira Snow Fields mixed media collage.......£80

191 Simpson Charles

176 Phillips Sheena**

Hedgerow III acrylic & acrylic inks. £110

190 Semple Emma

175 Phillips Sheena**

187 Russell Moira

Shadow drawing III

. ....................£450

limited edition print

200 Smith Susan

On the Fence linoprint (1 of 20).......£80

201 Smith Susan***

Lament

........£720

screenprint and digital pigment

Dancing Crow small lino print.........£60

Artist’s donation is a minimum of 50% except- ***100% donation, **between 50% and 100% donation


202 Soep Jenny

216 Thomson Marion

Oh, Flower of Scotland

..............£450

watercolours and pencils

Borders View acrylic...................£200

204 Stewart Mairi Towards Edinburgh acrylic...........£150

205 Stokes Jayne Out of Place

acrylic and collage

............................£630

Lots of Luck lithograph/screenprint..£350

218 Tyson Gill Timing the Tide lithograph...........£350

219 Vigers Maria ..................£1,500

.....................£300

220 Vigers Maria Low Tide, Cramond oil and wax...............................£400

206 Stokes Jayne

oil on canvas

217 Tyson Gill

203 Stewart Mairi

Summer Seas, Berneray

Mountain Forest acrylic in found tin

Late Afternoon, Cramond oil and wax

...............................£420

207 Sutton-Smith Tom Over Towards The Isle oil on canvas............................£395

221 Wakeling Nicola

208 Sutton-Smith Tom

222 Wakeling Nicola

Sun over Red Blushed Sea oil on canvas

............................£395

209 Tait Sue Stitched stitch on scrim. ................£75 210 Tait Sue

Corn Poppy 6

.....£350

signed limited edition giclee print

.........................£1,200

Tidal Ford and the Skerries, Vallay Sound oil on canvas. ......£1,200

223 Warner Karen Charred Landscape oil on canvas..£495

September Light oil on canvas......£495

.....£350

signed limited edition giclee print

Wave mixed media on board...........£375

Partial Eclipse

..................£470

etching with gold leaf

227 Williamson Melanie Quiet Break oil on linen...........£1,800

214 Taylor Catriona West Coast mixed media on board....£750

228 Williamson Melanie Treeline at Muirfield oil and wax on card....................£275

215 Thomson Marion

229 Williamson Melanie

Green Seas, Luskentyre, Harris oil on canvas

.........................£1,650

Warner Karen, September Light

226 Watson Fiona

Ae Fond Kiss

213 Taylor Catriona

oil on canvas

225 Watson Fiona Lullaby of Birdland etching. .........£360

212 Taylor Carol MA RCA

The View to Middlequarter

224 Warner Karen

Sweet Pea Stitch stitch on linen.......£75

211 Taylor Carol MA RCA

Vigers Maria, Late Afternoon, Cramond

Over the Course

....................£275

oil and wax on card

Artist’s donation is a minimum of 50% except- ***100% donation, **between 50% and 100% donation

Watson Fiona, Partial Eclipse

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The Raffle Prizes ‘Sanna’ a painting by Chris Brook

From Sheila Fleet a necklace & toy bear

Chris says;-

Sheila Fleet OBE is one of Scotland’s leading jewellery designers.  She creates sophisticated silver, enamel, gold and platinum jewellery collections, reflecting times past and present, which are often inspired by Orkney’s rich history, folklore and beautiful landscapes.Visit her website to view the complete collection of her work.

“I have been working professionally as an artist since 1995. Entirely self taught my work is diverse and has varied applications. I paint both in oil and acrylic, and also produce hand made prints using varying etching processes. My figurative work has a natural illustrative quality, whilst I consider creating tactile references to be of equal importance as the visual in abstracted work. In 2012 I was awarded The Riverside Gallery exhibition award, by the Royal Scottish Society of painters in Watercolour at the Royal Scottish Academy open exhibition, and in 2013 I was awarded the Sally Schofield Memorial prize for photography and printmaking by Visual Art Scotland in the Royal Scottish Academy open exhibition.” www.chrisbrook-artworks.co.uk From CKD Galbraith a fabulous weekend break in a Scottish cottage Founded in 2003, CKD Galbraith is an independent property consultancy in Scotland. The firm offers a range of property consulting services across commercial, residential and rural sectors. www.ckdgalbraith.co.uk Since 1983 Cottages and Castles have been selecting only the finest Scottish holiday houses for your enjoyment. www.cottages-and-castles.co.uk

www.sheilafleet.com From Anta - a ceramic bowl Annie and Lachlan Stewart have been making beautiful things for over 25 years, encapsulating both the timeless and quintessentially Scottish into pieces that will be enjoyed for generations. To view the full ANTA range please visit us in our Edinburgh showroom at 117-119 George street or online at www.anta.co.uk

‘Sanna’ Chris Brook, Mixed media on board – framed size 35cm x 35cm.

From Jenners of Edinburgh a skincare hamper of beauty products. 48 Princes Street, Edinburgh. www.jenners.com From Tattie Shaws a gift voucher for a basket of fruit and vegetables. 35 Elm Row, Edinburgh. www.tattieshaws.co.uk From Cornelius Beers and Wines select a couple of nice bottles of wine or some beers, depending on your preference. 18 – 20 Easter Road, Edinburgh. www.corneliusbeers.com

Win a voucher from CDK Galbraith, worth £300 towards a fabulous weekend break in one of 625 of Scotland’s finest ‘Cottages and Castles’ self catering holiday houses.

All prizes will be drawn at 3.00pm on Sunday the 24th November, the last day of the show and the winners will be notified the next day.

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Edinburgh College of Art The Jewellery & Silversmithing department at Edinburgh College of Art are delighted to have been invited to participate in this special event. In response we launched a department project titled ‘Natural Scotland’ for the start of the new academic year for all final year undergraduate and new incoming MA/MFA postgraduate students.

importance placed upon ‘drawing’ and with it the honing of hand eye co-ordination skills. All of our undergraduate students are given the opportunity to engage with Life Drawing. Alongside this we expect students to engage in ‘drawing’ in its widest sense as a visual means of investigating research themes towards design development. Studio practice is thus underpinned and grounded through a visual sensibility. Our undergraduate programme offers 4 years of study that culminates in May for the degree show; a final body of work bringing together studio, research and professional practice. Further in depth study is offered at post-graduate level at MA and

MFA and is for those students who wish to explore their practice with more focus and depth within the specialism. For those students who wish to extend and advance further their research practices then MPhil and PhD research studies are possible.

Beth Legg

Heather Woof

Prudence Horrocks

This project involved the initial collection of visual research that included drawing, painting, collage, photography etc. Through expanding and exploring the themes of ‘Natural Scotland’ designs were then developed towards a collection of jewellery. This ranges from one-off jewellery pieces to small series of inter-related works. Materials are open choice and alongside the jewellery on display are examples of visual research and design development thus communicating the vital role that this plays in supporting and underpinning the creative process. Our Jewellery & Silversmithing degree programme balances practice with innovation to create artefacts that share sensitivity to the complex relationships that humans form with objects. We have a considerable reputation for fresh, exuberant work that demonstrates originality and profound understanding of materials. Unique to our course philosophy here at Edinburgh College of Art is the

Kelly Munro

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The Publishing House is pleased to provide the Catalogues for The Macmillan Annual Art Show 2013 Over the past years we have gained valuable publishing experience in the Agriculture, Aviation, Charity, Conference, Events, Exhibitions, Healthcare, Hospitality, Leisure, and Marine sectors, amongst others. We offer free or low-cost publications supported by quality and relevant advertising.

If you would like to know more, or see more, simply call Graham by telephone on 07836 312 396 or by email at publishinghouse1@aol.com The Publishing House, Hudson House, 8 Albany Street, Edinburgh EH1 3QB This publication is printed on paper sourced from sustainable forest products using vegetable based inks.


The Macmillan Art Show 2013 Committee wish to thank the following advertisers for their help and support in the production of our catalogue.

Produced and Published by The Publishing House, at Hudson House, 8 Albany Street, Edinburgh EH1 3QB, Telephone 07836 312 396.  Email; publishinghouse1@aol.com. Copyright © The Publishing House, November 2013. All rights reserved. We are grateful to George Birrell – artist and photographer – for his kind help in providing us with photography of some exhibits.

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a community-based Macmillan information and support service for Westerhailes, one of the most deprived areas in Edinburgh. Most recently our £520,000 investment to refurbish and extend the current Macmillan Day Centre at St John’s hospital in Livingston, will allow people with cancer to receive improved clinical and psychological support in a relaxing and soothing environment. While it’s good news that, thanks to better treatments and earlier diagnosis, more people are surviving cancer, we know that the impact of the illness does not suddenly stop when treatment is over, which is why Macmillan is investing £5 million over a five-year period into the Transforming Care After Treatment programme, in partnership with the Scottish government, NHS Scotland and local authorities. The programme aims to make sure that services are more tailored to the needs, preferences and priorities of an individual affected by cancer. We believe our investment of £5 million will play an absolutely vital role in making sure everyone living with and beyond cancer in Scotland receives the help and support they need to deal with the consequences of their diagnosis and treatment. Simply, we are doing our utmost to make sure no one faces cancer alone. It’s thanks to the hard work and dedication of our supporters who raise so much money for us that we are able to offer this vital support to people affected by cancer locally. We don’t want anyone to face cancer alone, and their continued support will help us ensure that nobody does. Macmillan Cancer Support, registered charity 261017 and SC039907


Edinburgh Macmillan Art Show 2013 exhibition and sale catalogue