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2 Front Cover - Fall Oil on Canvas 39 x 46 Alison Dunlop

3 tracey mcnee fine art, mayfair 21 shepherd market mayfair london w1j 7pn Tel : +44 (0) also at 47 parnie street glasgow g1 5lu Tel : +44 (0) Mobile: +44 (0)

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6 Calendar of Events September Inaugural Exhibition Page 7 October James Mcdonald Page 19 Alison Dunlop Stephen Shankland Art London, Chelsea - 4th-8th November Cherylene Dyer Page 25 Jason Pyper Davis Denise Findlay Lesley Banks Art Ireland, Dublin - 16th-18th Edinburgh Art Fair - 23th-25th December Festive Exhibition Page 34 January 2008 Mixed exhibition of gallery artists Page 41 including Kieran Crowder and Todd Garner February 2008 Mixed exhibition of gallery artists Page 45 including John Smyth

7 SSeptember Inaugural Exhibition 20th September - 12th October 2007 Mixed Exhibition of work by gallery artists Gerard M Burns, Jacqueline Marr, Gregory Rankine, Richard Whincop, Andrew Fitzpatrick and Stephanie Rew. See for full exhibition catalogue 7

8 Jacqueline Marr Jacqueline Marr was born in Falkirk, Scotland in She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree with Honours from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee University in She has exhibited extensively in galleries and at art fairs throughout the United Kingdom and Europe. Awards include the 1999 RWA Bursary from the Royal West of England Academy, the John Kinross Scholarship from the Royal Scottish Academy, also in 1999, and The Prince's Scottish Youth Business Trust Grant and Loan in Collections include Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, The University of Dundee, Perth Royal Infirmary, The Royal Scottish Academy Archives in Edinburgh, Halifax/Bank of Scotland and The Royal Bank of Scotland. Media coverage relating to her exhibitions have been broadcast on Scotland Today in 2002, Talking Scotland in 2004 and Grand Designs, Channel 4 in Bubble I (Full Version), Oil on Linen, 44 " x 40" Bubble III (Full Version), Oil on Linen, 44 " x 40"

9 Ascend (Reflection), Oil on Linen, 48" x 48" 9

10 Richard Whincop Richard Whincop was born in 1964 in Fordingbridge, Hampshire in the United Kingdom. He graduated in English and Art History from the University of York in 1986 and subsequently pursued a career as a free-lance artist in Preston, Lancashire. He moved to Glasgow in 1988 shortly after his first solo exhibition at Worden Park Arts Centre in Leyland, and began teaching art classes for mature students in both Glasgow and Strathclyde Universities. During this time, he continued to work on private commissions and exhibited drawings at the Collins Gallery and the University of Strathclyde. This most recent series of work, entitled Art and non-art explores the relationship between people and works of art on display in museums, institutions & galleries and was first exhibited at the Glasgow Art Fair. The resultant incongruity between the gallery visitors, the exhibits and the settings can seem bizarre, humorous, or even touchingly sad. The Art museum is thus like a microcosm of contemporary culture, where a diverse mix of displaced individuals and fragmented cultures exist side by side and people struggle to connect to a cultural past that can seem alien or exotic, over-familiar or overwhelmingly rich. D estination, Oil on Board, 50cm x 15cm

11 Natural History, Oil on Board, 60cm x 60cm Here are the Years that Walk Between, Oil on Board, 44cm x 44cm At the Going Down of the Sun, Oil on Board, 115cm x 80cm Joy & Sorrow, Oil on Board, 48cm x 30cm 11

12 Gerard M Burns A graduate of Glasgow School of Art's internationally renowned painting department, Burns has over the past few years established himself as a powerful new force in Scottish figurative painting. Constantly in demand here in the UK, his work is now increasingly sought after by collectors around the world. Working with a bold palette on a massive scale Burns' canvases still manage to convey an almost domestic intimacy, possibly because he paints what he knows. Relatives, friends and neighbours are all used as models and are painted in the rich dark tones which reflect his environment. As the Artist himself says; "I believe that there is a thirst out there for an art that people can relate to. They are tired of being embarrassed by feeling they don't understand art. The fact is that most people do have an intuitive feel for what is "good and bad" in art. The problem is that most of what is now called contemporary art is so self indulgent and trivial that it is of no consequence to anyone other than to the artist who created it. In my work, I think people see something which they can relate to - instantly. Only then, once the viewer's imagination has been captured, is there any hope that one can convey or communicate any underlying theme or message." Red Coat in Merchant City, Oil on Canvas, 100cm x 100cm Woman in Winter, Oil on Canvas, 4ft x 4ft

13 Balancing Act, Oil on Canvas, 100cm x 100cm 13

14 Stephanie Rew "I strive to capture a moment of reflection within my paintings, using the model as a universal symbol that everyone can relate to, and I endeavour to put a heart and soul into my figures without the need for narrative." Influenced by the Old Masters style, technique and approach to oil painting, especially the work of Caravaggio, Stephanie has more recently been looking at the society portraits of James McNeil Whistler. Also influencing her recent work are the wood block prints of the Japanese Ukiyo; their pattern and design as well as depth and form have led her to embark on a series of works combining these attributes. Stephanie Rew was born in 1972 in Carlisle and raised in Edinburgh, she trained at Duncan of Jordanstone in Dundee and soon after graduating in 1994 went on to win the Elizabeth Greenshield Award. Since then she has been exhibiting solo shows annually in Glasgow and London and is included in many collections, both public and private throughout the UK as well as in USA, South Africa and Australia. She lives in Edinburgh with her husband Tom and her little boy, Cameron. White Silk Kimono, Oil on Canvas, 60cm x 60cm White Silk Kimono with Butterfly Obi, Oil on Canvas, 60cm x 60cm

15 Scarlet Kimono, Oil on Canvas, 102cm x 102cm 15

16 Gregory Rankine Rankine's horses are not portraits of bloodstock, but evocations of the strength, elegance and movement embodied by the animal. They could be luscious exercises in visual rhythms, or competitors in the race of the Equirria. This Roman festival in honour of Mars, the god of war, involved a spectacular, riderless race between the best horses in the cavalry, competing for the privilege of religious sacrifice. The power and sensitivity of these beasts draws us into what could be a narrative, but is also a celebration and close examination of the sublime: the shine on a horse's flank, the might of stormy skies. Ghost, Oil on Canvas, 29cm x 32cm Mastering the Paces, Oil on Canvas, 38cm x 38cm

17 Andrew Fitzpatrick A Graduate of Glasgow School of Art, Andrew enjoys painting the human figure in combinations of more than one; predominantly people interacting harmoniously with each other or with place, often with grace and mystery to intrigue the viewer. He regards his paintings as works of fiction; using the dramas acted out in traditional stories or concerned with the elusive meaning running beneath the surface of our lives. Lately, a particular dance, known as Argentine Tango, has been a theme of his work; exploring the elegant combinations of angled limbs and torsos, creating their positive and negative shapes on the picture plane in free-flowing variations. '' Then as all actions of mankind Are but a labyrinth or a maze So let your dances be entwined '' Ben Jonson El Abrazo, Oil on Canvas, 23 " x 20" Tango Noir, Oil on Canvas, 19 " x 21" 17

18 Sandra Bell Sandra Bell was born in She was educated in Newry, Dundalk and at Glengara Park, Co. Dublin. Using the "Lost Wax " method of casting bronze Sandra finds great pleasure in the moulding and developing of a remarkable variety of simple linear patterns and flowing shapes. These figurative images are executed with high technical skill and craftsmanship, superbly finished with rich and varied patinations and polished surfaces. They invite active participation. Sinuous, sensuous, elegant, graceful, tactile, feminine - these descriptive terms all apply to her work. There are many different influences in Sandra's sculpture - Celtic, Classical, African and yet all her pieces have a uniqueness that is her own style. Her work is based on the human form, abstracting it to eliminate detail so that only the essential essence of the figure remains. Sandra portrays not the flesh, but the spirit and grace of humanity in bronze. Andrew Wyeth once said: "To my mind the master is the one who can simultaneously give the effect of simplicity and restraint, yet you can go right up to it and explore it endlessly with greatest joy". This is exemplified in the work of Sandra Bell - there is rhythm and movement, whilst the pieces exude a wonderful calm and quietness. Flow (water feature), Bronze, 146cm x 45cm x 45cm Verturer, Bronze

19 October 15th October - 9th November 2007 also - art london, chelsea 4th - 8th October 2007 Mixed Exhibition Including work from Alison Dunlop RSW, James McDonald, Stephen Shankland. See for full exhibition catalogue 19

20 Allison Dunlop "I work at creating simple, yet arresting images, which communicate on several different levels. By manipulating 'objets trouvés' and placing them together in an unexpected way, they're granted new meaning." Realism lies at the heart of Alison's technique and makes her images accessible and convincing, but this first impression is swiftly cast aside. Concerned with creating symbols which resonate on both a personal and a collective level, Alison's aim is to make the ordinary seem extraordinary, in a subtle way. Alison trained at the University of Guelph, graduating in 1980, and went on to study at L'Ecole des Beaux- Arts and L'Universite de Franche-Comte, Besancon, France. Finally she completed her post graduate studies at Edinburgh College of Art and it is Edinburgh she now calls home. Of a Feather, Oil on Canvas, 36" x 40

21 Free Falling II, Oil on Canvas, 16 " x 16 A Matter of Some Gravity, Oil on Canvas, 30 " x 40 Wee Decoy II, Oil on Canvas, 16 " x 16 21

22 James McDonald Born in Stirling, James McDonald studied at Edinburgh College of Art, specialising for some time in printmaking. It wasn't until a number of years later, in 1986 that James finally came to painting. Since then James has been a fulltime painter, working from his studios in Glasgow and Bonnybridge. His work is included in various public & private collections from the Victoria & Albert Museum in London to the McMasters Museum in Ontario. Latterly, many of his paintings & intaglio prints have been formulated from initial experiments in digital film making. James finds inspiration in the works of 16th century artist Carlo Dolci and also the work of John Milton and Jan Cremer. Love Rearmed, Etching, 5 x 4 Girl with Telephone, Mezzotint, 5 x 4

23 Girl with Engraving, Oil on Canvas, 16 " x 16" Touch has a Memory, Oil on Canvas, 28 " x 16" 23

24 Stephen Shankland Winner of the BP Portrait Award 2004 for "Miracle" the haunting portrait of his wife and child. Stephen's paintings contain thoughtful figures usually wrapped up in a sense of narrative. Composition & draughtmanship as well as colour all contribute to the story that unfolds in each scene. Figures often gaze from their world with the story being readable in their eyes. Often the figures share the composition with objects that have symbolic relevance. A graduate of Gray's school of Art Stephen's work can be found in many public and private collections throughout the country. Cruden Bay, Oil on Canvas, 31cm x 51cm Winter Sunset, Oil on Canvas, 50cm x 65cm Lifeguards, Oil on Canvas, 61cm x 70cm

25 November 12th - 30th November 2007 also - Art Ireland, The RDS Dublin 16th - 18th November 2007 also - Edinburgh Art Fair, The Corn Exchange 23rd - 25th November 2007 Mixed Exhibition featuring Cherlylene Dyer, Jason Pyper Davis, Denise Findlay, Lesley Banks. See for full exhibition catalogue 25

26 Denise Findlay Denise graduated from the Glasgow School of Art in 1996 with a BA Hons in Fine Art. She was elected as an artist member of the Glasgow Art Club in 1997, and awarded the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Award in 1998, 2001 and In 2004 she was one of the three runners-up in the prestigious Aspect painting prize competition. Denise's work is held in many private collections, including that of the Princes of Wales and Picardy Television, and it also featured in the BBC series "Glasgow Kiss". She has taken part in many successful group shows throughout Scotland, Europe and in London and has also held successful solo shows. She is well known as a skilled figurative artist and is as comfortable when producing works on a large scale as she is when producing small-scale works of intricate detailing. Unusual textures often feature in her work and she likes to incorporate other media, such as pieces of lace, buttons, marble and copper. Protected, Oil on Linen, 51cm x 51cm

27 On Display, Oil on Linen, 18cm x 24cm 27

28 Jason Pyper Davis Jason was born in Paisley in 1973, and graduated from Glasgow School of Art in He was elected as an Artist Member of the Glasgow Art Club in Although a relatively young artist Jason has already widely exhibited in Scotland, London, Maastricht, Amsterdam and Paris. Venues include The Academy for Fine Arts, Bilzen, Belgium, Royal Scottish Academy and Royal Glasgow Institute. His Seven Deadly Sins a series of seven sculpted heads for Precious Records received wide media attention. Awards include the Mayfest Painting Prize, the Royal Glasgow Institute Award and the City of Glasgow Award. Corporate collectors: Nissel and Merk Finance. Jason's work was also purchased by the Lord Provost of Glasgow for her collection in the City Chambers. His work also hangs in the Judges chamber's, The International Law Courts, The Hague. Jason's work focuses on the human figure and often captures the self-absorption of individual thought or of an action unconsciously observed. Often the figures are confined within a space defined by an abstract patterned background of black and gold leaf, giving an iconic, almost Gothic quality to these contemporary figures. Wrapped, 100cm x 70cm, Oil & 23ct Gold on Panel Light on her Feet, 100cm x 50cm, Oil & 23ct Gold on Panel

29 Balance, 60cm x 90cm, Oil & 23ct Gold on Panel 29

30 Cherylene Dyer "The concept behind my work is to create an emotional dialogue, without relying on the narrative. To do this I have concentrated on composition, technique and lighting. I work with models from both life and photographs usually composing my work with a shallow depth of field. This instantly creates a theatrical setting. The figures become up close and personal invading the viewer's space. To further emphasise this I rely more so on body language than on facial expressions to convey my thoughts to the viewer. Voyeurism plays a huge role in my work. I want the viewer to ask what is happening in the painting. I want them to feel that they are intruding into someone's private world." Cherylene Dyer is a graduate of Glasgow School of Art's renowned painting department. Her paintings exude a sense of mystery and ambiguity created by her use of theatrical lighting and shallow depth of field. Layering very thin glazes of paint over and over Dyer builds up an image, deepening it, obscuring areas in darkness. As the painting progresses she works with thicker layers of paint creating dramatic contrast in tone and texture. The viewer is left with a sense of intrigue - What is happening? Who is the figure? Should I be watching? Inspired as much by contemporary filmmakers as The Old Masters, Dyer counts Odd Nedrum, Caravaggio, Paula Rego, Alejandro Gonzales Inarritu, David Lynch and Cronenberg as influences. Hide, Oil on Canvas, 120cm x 100cm

31 Behind, Oil on Canvas, 120cm x 100cm 31

32 Lesley Banks Inspired by personal everyday domestic interiors including her former and current homes. Banks is interested in the overlapping nature of the past and the present. Recurring images such as empty birdcages, a white silk nightgown, patterned wallpaper and a crimson velvet bedspread thread the paintings together and suggest the recent presence of humans. When figures do appear they rarely engage with the viewer, rather they are intent on their own private thoughts or task. This leaves the narrative of the painting open to speculation. Although these paintings are based on reality, imagination takes over. The aim is to create an atmosphere of ambiguity and detachment from the outside world. As the viewer of the painting you feel as though you are intruding on the space, voyeuristically invading an intimate scene. Lesley Banks is a graduate of Glasgow School of Art and has exhibited throughout the world including London, Singapore and USA. She has won numerous awards and is in the collections of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Unilever and many more. Colston Bathroom, Day, Oil on Board, 12 x 6

33 Red Bed, Oil on Board, 6 x 8 Bird Cage & Blue Bottles, Oil on Board, 6 x 8 33

34 December 4th - 31st December 2007 Festive Exhibition A wide selection of paintings, sculpture, glass and ceramics. 34 See for full exhibition catalogue

35 Johanna Logan Johanna Logan graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 1994, where she won the Sir Robin Philipson Memorial Award. Her works are in private collections worldwide, including India and the USA. She regularly exhibits in solo and group shows in Edinburgh, Glasgow and London. In Logan's still-lifes, objects invite touch and closer scrutiny; they have stories to tell as relics of a life. Each object is imbued with its own personality. Unmade Bed, Oil on Canvas, 60cm x 65cm Alan King The Red Hat continues to be a major theme within my work. Storytelling and a love of Renaissance Italian Art are the roots of development of my work. I try to create images that are visually compelling and which form a bond with the spectator. Many of the images and the titles used have their source in literature and poetry. This leads to ideas, which are developed, with life models and a miniature theatre, which I built. Manikins and backgrounds are positioned and photographed with different lighting effects. It is my intention that each painting has a narrative aspect that can be interpreted by each person in a different way." Alan King The Men from Tuscany, Oil on Canvas, 40cm x 60cm 35

36 Bob Crooks Bob Crooks is one of Britain's most highly recognised glassmakers, renowned for the high quality, skilfully executed dynamic forms and surfaces which he has been producing over the last twelve years. His work has been exhibit at international level at noted exhibitions in Italy, China, Scandinavia, Australia and the USA, alongside many exhibitions in the UK. His work is included in the permanent collection of The Victoria & Albert Museum and many others. Handmade Glass Olivia Brown Olivia graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 1999 with a first class honours in contemporary craft, since then she has exhibited widely throughout the UK. As well as one of sculptures she has created many site specific installations including a window display at Saks, Fifth Avenue. Although dogs are her main source of inspiration Olivia is particularly drawn to the unloved or ostracised members of the animal kingdom such as rats and turkeys. McDougal, Handmade Ceramic

37 Francis Boag Born in Dundee in 1948 Francis studied at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in the late 60's. His tutors included Alberto Morocco and David McLure, whose influence can readily be seen in his love of vibrant colours and the sensuous application of paint. With sell out exhibitions in London and Dublin Francis has become a prominent figure in the new generation of Scottish Colourists. Wild Flowers, Ury, Mixed Media, 30cm x 30cm J R Hargan DA. PPAI. PAI. Born in Glasgow, Joe studied drawing and painting at Glasgow School of Art from under Danny Ferguson RSW. RGI., James Robertson RSW.RGI.RSA.PAI. and Dr. David Donaldson RSA.RP.RGI.LLD.D.LITT(Queens Limner). "I work on a wide variety of subject matter and approaches from Abstract to Realism, the examples shown here are from a series of work based on the Sniffy character who cocks a humorous eye at life and the Art world." Joe Hargan Off His Rocker, Oil on Canvas, 40 x 40 37

38 Norrie Kirkham RGI Born 1936 Glasgow School of Art Norman Kirkham loves the tactile quality of paint. He is influenced by Chardin; the Glasgow Boys; the Scottish Colourists; William Nicholson. His strengths lie in composition and his interests extend from still life and landscape through portraiture to genre painting. He is a past President Glasgow Art Club, past Honorary Secretary Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts and hanger for a decade or more. He has works in private collections around the world. Anemones, Oil on Canvas, 38cm x 30cm Peter Goodfellow Peter Goodfellow was born in the North East of England and studied illustration at the Central School of Art and Design, London. His professional career as a freelance illustrator has been mainly in the field of book jacket, advertising and packaging design. To this end he established himself as one of Europe's leading illustrators. Since moving to Scotland in 1985 Peter has become one of the best known landscape painters working in Scotland today. Evening Mist, Glencoe, Oil on Canvas, 45cm x 60cm

39 Gabriël Gressie Gabriël was born in 1959 in Holland, where he studied Fine Art in The Hague and Rotterdam. Gressie had a fascination for small creatures and could study them endlessly drawing them in every detail. He wanted to become a biologist or an artist, thankfully he became the latter. A fascination with the Old Masters led Gressie to discover more about the technicalities of painting, discovering rare pigments and recipes for his paint. Nowadays Gressie can look back to an impressive catalogue of work within a bizarre fantasy world and a whole variety of strange little creatures. Colourful, sparkling and playful are words often used to describe his fantastical work. Humour executed with academic skill and precision. Having seen a painting by him once, one will always be able to recognise his style. Honeymooning, Oil on Panel, 10cm x 15cm Charles Jamieson MFA PAI PPAI Charles studied at Glasgow School of Art in the early seventies after which, with the aid of two scholarships, he carried on his studies at TCU in Fort Worth, Texas. His work is featured in many collections across the world including Ernst + Young, the R.I.C.S, the Kuwaiti Royal family, John Le Carré, Harry Enfield, the Prudential and Lord and Lady Macfarlane He spends a lot of his time travelling abroad and painting. His work encapsulates his love of travel and the delight of discovering new imagery. Church and Roses, Athos, Oil on Canvas, 25 x 25 39

40 Also a selection of work from our artists who have exhibited throughout the year. Gerard M Burns, Jacqueline Marr, Stephanie Rew, Richard Whincop.

41 January 7th - 31st January 2008 A Mixed Exhibition of work by gallery artists including Keiran Crowder and Todd Garner. See for full exhibition catalogue 41

42 Kieran Crowder Born in Yorkshire, Kieran graduated from the University of York in He spent a period in the armed forces where he saw service in the Falklands war. Since then, Kieran has pursued a part-time PhD in the School of Humanities at the Royal College of Art, London. His thesis' working title is 'Art of the Extreme', a critical study of the rhetoric of fine art in the post-modern era. His work is governed by an acute perception of the relation between art and its public. The primary focus is on the inner experience of those who engage with it. Kieran's impasto technique combines traditional materials with highly innovative methods of application to produce finished pieces of originality and beauty. His pigments are mixed to his own unique and secret formula and rolled delicately from the brush to create the layers that make up the complete work, giving the canvas a wealth of texture and colour. Head Study II, Oil on Linen, 100cm x 100cm Head Study IV, Oil on Linen, 120cm x 120cm

43 Head Study 2006, Oil on Linen, 150cm x 150cm 43

44 Todd Garner Todd Garner left his native Pasadena, California to pursue an offer of six months as artist in residence at Edinburgh College of Art, however it was the city of Glasgow which won his heart and it is here he now calls home. The rolling Scottish landscapes, northern light, and clean lines of the buildings and interiors of Glasgow, provide a stark contrast to the sunshine of California. It is difficult to put a label on Todd's work, in Scotland it's considered Americana, all be it with an underlying distortion of the American Dream. It has also been described as Deco-esque, where women possess a dark, lonely quality and men gaze ahead with a suggestion of violence. A recent article by the critic Anne Ellis called it "Retro- Romantic - Realism", whatever the label, without apologies or excuses Todd references a number of great artists in his work. Most obvious is that classic artist of Americana, Hopper but influences of the Scottish colourist Cadell are also clearly evident as are those of the figurative art deco painter, Tamara de Lempicka. Wedding Party, Acrylic on Canvas, 55 x 44

45 February 4th - 29th February 2008 A Mixed Exhibition of work by gallery artists including John Smyth. See for full exhibition catalogue 45

46 John Smyth John Smyth was born in 1978 in Fort William, Scotland. He studied at Grays school of art in Aberdeen and is now based in Arbroath. I am a painter working mainly in oils. The main subject of my work is the human form and my approach to this is naturalistic or realistic. To complement the figures I use abstract elements varying from simple sheets of colour to textured impasto and decorative pattern. These abstract elements may work simply as a background or may encroach over the figure creating a more dynamic interplay between the abstract and the real. I feel that the contrast between the highly disciplined pursuit of naturalistic figurative painting and the freedom of working with abstraction provides balance in my work on both a visual and conceptual level. Tierce, Oil on Canvas, 33 " x 11"

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