Aspects of Edinburgh

Exhibitions (painting, visual art)

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Description

Edinburgh artist Davy Macdonald showcases a stunning new collection of abstract, conceptual and fine art oil paintings. In a new series of Edinburgh-inspired paintings, Aspects of Edinburgh II, Davy presents a contemporary view of this wonderful city. Iconic imagery, vibrant colour and his trademark portraiture come together in some of his finest work to date. A diverse and unique exhibition not to be missed.

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Edinburgh Guide (4/5 stars) 76 days ago

It was in 2009 when Davy Macdonald first launched the first of annual solo exhibitions which often feature his interest in the Gothic architecture of Edinburgh and the haunting sense of history around the Old Town. Observing the city, past and present, here are iconic figurative scenes of a young...

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