12-13-14 August – Paper” is an exhibition by the Scottish women’s art collective, the Abstractionistas, featuring works by artists Megan Chapman, Judith Shaylor, and Susan E. Wilson.
16-17-18 September – Alex Scarbrough – ‘Adventures in Watercolour’
1-2 October – Death Walk art exhibition
7-8-9 October – Room for Art exhibition
21-22-23 October – Kat Gollock, Zoe Hamill and Erin Semple: Counting Leaves, A triptych of artists
4-5-6 November – Jillian Carol: Balancing Imbalance
11-12-13 November – Angela Brown: Exarcheai and other stories. A solo exhibition from Athens & Edinburgh
Most of the works in this exhibition were completed during Angela’s six week residency in the anarchist district of Exarcheia in Athens, Greece in spring 2022. Combined with works from closer to home, they cast light on how a place can transform an artist’s outlook and work. The key works focus on human forms, especially the female form, within the environment of cities built heritage. There are all types of original work available from cards to watercolours to full scale oil paintings, to suit all budgets. This is Angela’s second solo exhibition at Granton hub, and follows her highly successful post-lockdown show.
More here https://www.facebook.com/angelabrownfineart/
17-18-19 November – Marta Adamowicz
Ink is a retrospective exhibition of linocut prints by Marta Adamowicz who is a visual and sound artist and illustrator of Polish orgin, based in Glasgow, dealing mainly with social issues. Her artwork has been a part of many, prestigeous open exhibitions in Scotland and London. She has received the An Talla Solais award on the RSA Open, which resulted in a residency in the summer of 2019. Currently Artist in Residence at ART27 Scotland in Edinburgh.
More here: https://martaadamowicz.wordpress.com/