People, Places, Perspectives
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Edinburgh's newest contemporary art gallery, Colinton Arts, reopens its doors on 7th October with its inaugural exhibition, People, Places, Perspectives.
About People, Places, Perspectives
Edinburgh's newest contemporary art gallery, Colinton Arts, reopens its doors on 7th October with its inaugural exhibition, People, Places, Perspectives where three local artists look on figures and forms with fresh eyes.
Multi-disciplinary artist Alan Lennon explores the inner life of People through painting, sculpture and photomontage. Chile-born Arie Vardi expresses the elemental form of nature through his vibrant west coast Places. Stephen Howard Harrison paints Edinburgh cityscape Perspectives full of warm summer colours and a fresh winter palette.
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