This is an exhibition of work by forty-five mainly Scottish artists, some well known, established and successful, some younger at the start of their careers and many are members of the Society of Scottish Artists.

Elaine Allison, Mary Bourne, John Brazenall, Archie Brennan, Gordon Brennan, Sara Brennan, William Brotherston, James Castle, Doug Cocker, Gemma Coyle, Amand Gizzi, Linda Green, Jessica Harrison, Jake Harvey, Emma Herman-Smith, Maureen Hodge, Ian Howard, John Hunter, Stephen Hunter, Fiona R Hutchison, William Jefferies, Ian Kane, Ellen Lenvik, Birgitta MacDonald , Will Maclean, Jo McDonald, Jock Mooney, John Mooney, Susan Mowatt, Gordon Munro, Yoshiko Nakano, Glen Onwin, Eduardo Paolozzi, Katie Paterson, Paul Penrice, Frank Pottinger, Anna Ray, Duncan Robertson, Ewan Robertson, Arran Ross, Bill Scott, Marion Smith, Joanne Soroka, Arthur Watson and Ainslie Yule.

Private View: Friday 11 October, 6pm – 8pm

Exhibition runs: 12 October – 7 November 2013

Royal Scottish Academy
The Mound


‘For well over twenty-five years Bill Scott and I would discuss over coffee in the staff canteen at Edinburgh College of Art the idea of a Sculpture and Tapestry show featuring enormous sculptures and huge tapestries….With so many exhibitors and close to 100 pieces, it was decided to present the work in uniform perspex boxes – with Bill’s title of in perspeXtive. The format of repeated, identical wall-mounted and plinth-based perspex boxes would have its own formal character, including the significance of their containment….’

Maureen Hodge

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