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Out of Abstraction

Out of Abstraction 3 August – 5 September 2012 In conjunction with our tribute to Wilhelmina Barns-Graham we are bringing together work in many media as a celebration of the concept of abstraction. Artists include: Gordon Baldwin Wilhelmina Barns-Graham Claus Bjerring Stacey Bentley Dylan Bowen Maurice Cockrill Sonia Delaunay Philip Eglin Fiaz Elson Sally Fawkes Terry Frost William Gear Katy Hackney

Koji Hatakeyama John Houston Richard Jackson William Johnstone Hironori Katagiri Susan May Breon O’Casey Jim Partridge and Liz Walmsley Sir Robin Philipson Barbara Rae Wendy Ramshaw Colin Reid Jacqueline Ryan Paul Scott

Front Cover: Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, Black Movement with Scarlet & Mustard, Collage 50, 1982, oil & acrylic on card on hardboard (collage), 9.8 x 13.6 cms Left: Colin Reid, R1680, 2012, kilncast glass, W:40 cm approx H:50cm

Left: Philip Eglin Buffalo Hunt 31 x 43 x 22 d cms Right: Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, Vision in Time No.1, 2000, screenprint, 76.5 x 58 cms,

Above: Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, Celebration at 90, 2002, screenprint, 58 x 76 cms, edition 13/70 Right: Jim Partridge and Liz Walmsely, Pair of Dovetail Benches, 2012, 156 x 30 x 42 h cms

Katy Hackney Brooch with bubble and arrow, rose wood, pear wood, metal, 6.3 x 6.1 cms

Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, Venetian Red, Yellow Ochre, Black, White and Lemon, 1995, screenprint, 76 x 48.5 cms, edition of 70

William Johnstone Untitled, Arrangement with Black, ink brush drawing, 77.5 x 57 cms

Hironori Katagiri Awakening Darkness, 1985, Swedish black granite, 100 x 65 x 8 cms

Above: Jim Partidge, Craggy Faceted Vessel, 2012, blackened oak, 44 x 32 x 21 h cms Right: Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, November II, 1991, screenprint, 55.5 x 75.5 cms, edition 18 of 20

Right: Breon O’Casey Bird in Grey, 2011, carborundum, edition of 20, 34.5 x 48.5 cms Left: Hironori Katagiri Stellar Wind, 2012 Swedish black granite,

Left: Breon O’Casey Squares on Square, 2003, woodcut, 41.5 x 40 cms, edition of 15 Right: Katy Hackney Brooch with 4 blocks and 1 circle, 2012, bamboo, plywood, formica, metals, enamel 6.5 x 8 cms

Left: Katy Hackney Diagram brooches plywood, colourcore, veneer, paint, silver, steel, 6 x 4 cms approx Right: Sonia Delaunay Thunderbird, screenprint, 76 x 55.5 cms, edition HCXII/XXI

Left: Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, Orange and Red on Pink, 1960-1991, screenprint, 76.3 x 48.5 cms, edition of 70 Right: Tora Urup Red Bowl, glass, laquer, red coloured overlay, bright red underlay, 12 x 26 cms

Above: Koji Hatakeyama, Lozenge Shaped, 2011, cast bronze with gold interior 21 x 30 x 16 cms Left: Barbara Rae, Sea Presence, Wester Ross, mixed media, 61 x 88 cms

Above: Paul Scott, Spode Works Closed, Italian Blue, 2009/2011, In-glaze decals and gold, Spode casserole, 30 x 23 cms Right: Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, Untitled, 1995 acrylic on Arches paper, 56.5 x 76 cms

Above: Sally Fawkes, Significant Ground, cast, cut and polished glass, 8.5 x 33.5 x 16.5 cms Right: William Gear, Abstract, screenprint, 56 x 76 cms, edition 6 of 25

Maurice Cockrill Aqua, etching, 55.5 x 70 cms, edition of 35

Koji Hatakeyama, Blue Shaped, 2011, cast bronze with silver interior, 7.5 x 9 x 8.5 cms

Left: Terry Frost, Slumber Black, 2003, etching, 51 x 61 cms, edition of 30 Right: Richard Jackson, Spirit House, cast, cut and polished glass, 30 x 9 x 8 cms

Grace Girvan Pebble Brooch, 2012, white metal, pebbles, W:6.7cm H:6cm

Dorothy Hogg Wearable, unwearable rings, silver

Hironori Katagiri Eclipse Prominence, 2012 Swedish black granite, 80 x 13 cms

Breon O’Casey Acrobats V, 1999, linocut, edition of 15. 76 x 56 cms

David Poston, Rectangles & black beads bangle 2011, stainless steel wire laser welded

David Poston Red bangle with glass beads, stainless steel wire laser welded circles, 5 x 12 x 9.5 cms

Wilhelmina Barns-Graham Vertical Movement (Autumn) 1984, acrylic on card on hardboard, 13.8 x 10 cms

Above: Jacqueline Ryan, 18ct gold Brooch, 2002, 18ct gold, 6 cm diameter Left: Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, Painting in Relief No. 28, 1982, oil & acrylic on card (collage), 13.8 x 20 cms

Above: Nel Linssen, Paper Necklace, 2004, reinforced paper, elastic thread Left: Nel Linssen, Bracelets, plastic coated paper

Above: Jacqueline Ryan, Dragon Bracelet, 2011, 18ct gold with French Blue enamel, 2.4 w cms Right: John Houston, Stormy Sunset & Bass Rock, watercolour, 15 x 20 cms

Left: William Johnstone Untitled, Black with Orange, c.1975, ink brush drawing, 77.5 x 58 cms Right: David Huycke Oxidised Granule Bowl, 2007, 10 diameter x 5.5 h cms

John Houston, Bright Sky, watercolour, 12 x 14 cm

Bob Crooks Jurrasic Bowl, 2012 32.5 x 43.5 x21 cms

Wendy Ramshaw Chain of Stones for Woman Ironing Necklace, 1991:silver gilt and cubic zirconium. Inspired by and for Woman Ironing by Pablo Picasso, 1904.

The Jewellery of Wendy Ramshaw To coincide with a talk at the Scottish National Gallery on 14th August 2012, Spaces to Dream: From Picasso’s Ladies to Rooms of Dreams The Jewellery of Wendy Ramshaw, we are marking our own unique relationship with Wendy Ramshaw by holding a special showcase of some of the Picasso’s Ladies series which was shown at The Scottish Gallery before a major exhibition and book was launched at The Victoria and Albert Museum in 1998 - 1999 . We will also be showing a number of ringsets and other unique pieces of her work.

Left: Wendy Ramshaw Geometric Ringset 18ct yellow gold geometric shapes, clear acrylic stand Right: Wendy Ramshaw Soft Geometric Ringsets silver rings, clear stands

Breon O’Casey Earrings with turquoise, 1992, rose gold, 4 x 3 cms

Barbara Rae Rannoch Road mixed media on board 19 x 19 cms

Sir Robin Philipson Abstract Pink and Blue watercolour 73.5 x 50.5 cms

Michael Becker Lapis Brooch, 2011 with precious yellow metal. 5.5 x 4.3 cms Lapis Earrings 2012 lapis lazuli and precious yellow metal 7cms length x 7mm width

Breon O’Casey Earrings, silver, 4 x 2 cms Illustrated P110 Breon O’Casey by Brian Fallon, 1999

Above: Susan May Tall Ring, 2012 forged 18ct gold Right: Susan May Tornado Ring, 2012 forged 18ct gold with granules

Above: Barbara Rae, Hillside, 1990, mixed media on paper, 13 x 16 cms Right: Michael Becker, Brosche durchbrochen, 1999, yellow metal, 3.6 x 2.6 cms