Fig. I: Joseph Vaughan, Nelson’s New Drawing Course. Drawing, design and manual occupations (Teachers’ handbook). : (Edinburgh 1903), pp 34, fig 26, ‘Lessons in Free Arm Drawing’, published by Thomas Nelson and Sons, Ltd.
Fig. I: The Findhorn Community, The Findhorn Garden: Pioneering a New Vision of Man and Nature in Cooperation (London, 1975), pp 164, published jointly by Turnstone Books and Wildwood House Ltd.
Monday 4 May 2009, 12 – 8pm
TOMMY GRACE and KATE OWENS (both B. 1979, Edinburgh and Falkirk respectively, both based in London), both gained their BA (Hons) Painting at Edinburgh College of Art (2002). Owens also gained her MA Sculpture at Royal College of Art (2008). Grace and Owens were both founding directors of the Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh. Grace’s current solos show is at Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh, and Owens’ forthcoming solo show will be held at Dicksmith Gallery, London (2009).
This event is kindly sponsored by The Elephant Trust.
Installation view ‘Separates’, Limoncello
Tommy Grace, ‘Ditto’, 2009, Oil on Linen
Kate Owens, ‘The Loss of Habits’, 2009, Metalised Plastic, Tap Water
Tommy Grace, ‘Lummodo Left’, 2009, Newsprint
Kate Owens, ‘The Foot’s Duplicates’, 2009, Perspex, Vinyl