Jamie Primrose‘s latest exhibition is subtitled ‘a tranquil journey through Edinburgh‘ and the shimmering oils and dramatic inks on display trace the artist’s morning route from his home on the city’s Southside to his Stockbridge gallery. Painted and drawn from photographs taken during the heavy snowfall in the city during last winter, the new works […]
If there’s one thing I wish Edinburgh had after viewing Jamie Primrose’s new exhibition, it’s a river running through it. Shimmering Echoes features a new body of the Edinburgh artist’s work, on display at the Dundas Street Gallery until Sat 27th March. Although a few Edinburgh pieces feature, the majority of the works depict London, […]
Sir Anthony Hopkins has only recently taken up painting, and Edinburgh is treated to a small exhibition of some of his works at The Dome in George Street. Showing until Sat 6th March, the paintings are a collection of ink and acrylic works, featuring broad, bold brushstrokes and vivid colours. His vibrant portraits resemble African […]
Since devoting himself to his art in 2003, young Scottish painter Jamie Primrose has established himself as one of Edinburgh’s most talented and sought-after artists. With his works gracing private and corporate collections around the world, he returns once again to the Dundas Street Gallery with Twilight Hues, his latest self-curated exhibition. Those familiar with […]
David Grossart’s exhibition of paintings and sculptures at the Dundas Street Gallery encapsulates the artist’s diverse style, influences and thematic subjects. Whilst his paintings pulse with colour and fractious abstraction, his found-object sculptures evoke power and at times a playfulness which make them unique and rewarding. Grossart originally studied and embarked upon a legal career […]
Perfect Imperfections was a powerful, emotional and uncompromising exhibition featuring the works of Kim Canale and Mauro Betti.
Davy Macdonald is a local, self-taught artist living and working in Edinburgh. He has recently successfully completed his first solo exhibition at the Dundas Street Gallery.
In this article and interview, learn more about Davy’s inspiration, his earliest artistic experiences and what he has planned for the future.