Internationally renowned garden photographer, Andrea Jones (2008-9 Photographer of the Year) shows a varied selection of her work, emphasising 'the luminous time' in inspiring gardens, where she has taken images so successfully - in Britain and around the world.
The photographs of Russian photographer Sergei Prokudin-Gorskii were taken during the early years of the 20th century between 1907 and 1915. They record the Russian Empire on the eve of the first world war and the coming revolution. The photographer used a three-shot process to take three separate images of his subjects through red, green and blue filters which could then be combined to produce a colour image. Originally his photographs were used in colour slide presentations using a special projector. But using today’s digital technology it has become much easier to digitally combine his three-shot images to produce startling full colour photographs in print - images so fresh and clear that they might have been taken yesterday.
Observational paintings in oil by this Edinburgh-based artist - still life, portraits and landscape.
Ewan McClure studied painting under Alexander Fraser RSA at Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen, graduating with honours in 1997. His work is represented in private and public collections including the Royal Scottish Academy, Princeton Theological Seminary and the Robert Fleming collection.
28th July – 9th Sept 2012 Simon Robinson is originally from New Zealand but now lives in south west Scotland. This exhibition presents the full series of his extraordinary studies of plants - an unexpected view of a different world.
Ted Leeming and Morag Patterson. Photographic exhibition of collaborative abstract and traditional landscape images.
Based in the Galloway Hills, photographers Ted Leeming and Morag Paterson have been working collaboratively for five years capturing the beauty of the natural world in their striking and evocative photographic images. They exhibit throughout the UK and are regularly featured in the national photographic press.