In her first solo show at Fire Station Creative, stunningly talented printmaker Olga Krasanova, who is originally from Siberia and now lives in Dunfermline, has created a series of images that perfectly capture the exhilarating, bewildering and funny experience of first time motherhood. The exhibition opens this Friday 7 July and runs for a month. Entry is free. This exhibition has been made possible with a Visual Artist and Craft
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Laura Graham, the latest artist to exhibit at Fire Staton Creative in Dunfermline, has a fascinating background for a painter and equally interesting things to says about her chosen subjects: dogs. Originally from Kirkcaldy, Laura has had a stellar career as a multi award wining artist and filmmaker – in 2012 she won Best Director for International Short film at the Canberra Short Film Festival – and she is also
CoBrA was an artist group formed in 1948 by artists from Copenhagen, Brussels and Amsterdam whose painting style was highly expressionist and inspired by the art of children. The name is taken from the first letters of Copenhagen, Brussels and Amsterdam where the group’s founder members lived. As a group they had active social and political concerns and felt paintings ‘should appear on the canvas as naturally and quickly as a sudden
This weekend is the first of the autumn dates for the twice yearly East Neuk Open Studios Art Trail. The trail takes in over 30 artist and designer studios and workshops and you can follow the Red Balloons to discover artists, designers and makers from the east of Fife. There’s always a range of paintings, textiles, prints, jewellery, illustrations, photographs, ceramics and furniture on sale too. Further details about who’s exhibiting
Legendary Auchtermuchty accordionist Jimmy Shand, late great darts player Jocky Wilson and much missed guitar hero Stuart Adamson all hail from Fife and are the stars of award winning illustrator Jonny’s Hannah‘s vibrant and witty homecoming exhibition at the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum, Dunfermline. The piece above honours Moira Shearer the beautiful red head who grew up in Dunfermline and went on to become one of the world’s most famous