A first major solo show in five years from Bulgarian-born, Edinburgh-based artist Diana Savova, featuring over 30 new works in ink, oil and acrylic with surreal motifs resonating with the intense surrealism of our novel coronavirus times and the pagan rituals and tales of a bygone era.
Reflecting on notions of home, migrations and roots through the symbolism of sunflowers and thistles, Savova’s works depict iconic and imaginary places where reality and fantasy merge into surreal imagery as if in a dream.
Part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2021
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The history hub have prepared a series of displays that include unique photographs of Granton's Industries, Transport, Harbour and Agriculture in this exhibition on 25th and 26th September.
The Scottish Gallery will be celebrating the life and works of Samuel John Peploe (1871 – 1935) with a major exhibition of his paintings and drawings to coincide with his 150th anniversary.