Charles Shearer

We're pleased that we'll be working again with artist Charles Shearer who formed part of our 2010 St Jude's In The City exhibition in London. Charles was born in Kirkwall in Orkney. He studied at Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen and later at the Royal College of Art, London, specialising in illustration. Charles now teaches printmaking in… Read More

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Nostalgia & Progress

I was delighted to be asked to take part in the 'Nostalgia & Progress: Illustration After the Second World War' exhibition at The Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery in Leeds. The exhibition explores the history of British book illustration in a fertile period after the Second World War. This era was marked not only by technological… Read More

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Jonny Hannah

As we finalise details of our next Jonny Hannah exhibition in Edinburgh, we thought we'd take the opportunity to share a few photos from Jonny's 2010 exhibition at our former gallery in North Norfolk, "A Bed of Sea and Dead Men's Suits". "The Darktown Billets-Doux" will run from 10-14 April 2015 in the heart of… Read More

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The Darktown Billets-Doux

We're pleased to announce our next St Jude's exhibition in Edinburgh. The Darktown Billets-Doux will see Jonny Hannah bring a selection of paintings, prints and other flotsam and jetsam to the city. We'll also be launching Jonny's new wallpaper for St Jude's. The exhibition will run from 10th-14th April 2015 in the heart of Edinburgh.… Read More

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Women In Print

We were delighted to receive a set of chapbooks from Desdemona McCannon, produced as part of her 'Women In Print' project. Each celebrates the work of a woman who has inspired the designer of these risograph printed publications. The set we have features Enid Mark (by Desdemona McCannon), Sheila Robinson (by Chloe Cheese), Pearl Binder… Read More

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Ed Kluz

On Friday night we popped along to The Scottish Gallery for the opening of Architecture of the Enlightenment, their latest exhibition of works by Ed Kluz which explores the unique topography and architecture of Edinburgh’s New Town. Built during the late 18th and early 19th centuries as a counterpart to the overcrowded and squalid living conditions of the… Read More

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