Making Space is an exhibition of new porcelain installations by Carol Sinclair and Lorna Fraser.
The title of the exhibition relates to both the location and the concept behind the work. The venue is Patriothall Gallery in Edinburgh, where both artists also have their studios and making spaces – which will be open to the public during both weekends of the exhibition. More significantly the Making Space title refers to the process of making as a means of creating space for thought, reflection and the development of new ideas. It also refers to the act of making space in our lives to consider the things that are most important to us, something that has become increasing important to both artists as their creative practices mature.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a programme of events which will explore the role of making in the way we consider the issues that are important to us.
OPEN Sun 2nd to Tues 11th October 12noon – 6pm (Gallery Closed Wednesdays)
Connecting Art and Science – Sat 8th Oct, 2-3pm
Lorna & Dr Pete Wilkie, Tropical Botanist at Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, will talk about the fascinating tree that inspired Lorna’s exhibition and the important work being done to conserve the Malesian rainforests. Places are free but need to be booked by emailing email@example.com
Sundays 9th Oct, 2-3pm – Artists Talk
Carol & Lorna will offer a tour of the exhibition and talk about the concept behind their work and the process of creating their installations.
The Joy of Clay – 3rd & 10th, 4th & 11th Oct, 10.30am -12noon
Carol will be running a series of workshops for carers, especially for those living with Dementia. Places are free and can be booked through Vocal firstname.lastname@example.org tel 0131 622 6666
Carol & Lorna’s studio will be open on Sun 2nd, Sat 8th and Sun 9th Oct, 12-6pm
Patriothall Gallery, Edinburgh, EH3 5AY