An exhibition of work by Rowan Paton and Andrew Phillips
“Landscape was here long before we were even dreamed. It watched us arrive.” – Robert MacFarlane, The Wild Places.
This quote frames upcoming exhibition by two Edinburgh based artists, Rowan Paton and Andrew Phillips, who through their related, yet distinct approaches to painting and drawing, explore the relationship between landscape as visible presence and imaginal expression. A visual language emerges in the conversation between their respective work that connects the willed and bodily act of image making, to a dreaming of the land.
27 May – 1 June 2017
Exhibition Preview: Friday 26 May 6–9pm
Open daily 10–6pm. Whitespace, 76 East Crosscauseway EH8 9HQ. Free.