Great Scots In Isolation | The Films
We're pleased to introduce Great Scots in Isolation, which is a series of short 1-2 minute films by Scottish Gallery artists from Scotland, UK and internationally. The Scottish Gallery wants to show solidarity to all at this time of isolation and let you into our artists' worlds. via our social network and We will be posting the films onto our social media feeds and you can view the entire series of short films below. Sit back and enjoy!
We are delighted to have this project launched by Victoria Crowe, who very kindly agreed to make the first film for us, with the helping hand of her husband Michael Walton.
For our next instalment of Great Scots in Isolation we hear from photographic artist, art curator and film director, David Eustace who is hard at work in his print room at home.
Next up, we have a visual treat from artist Jonathan Christie. ⠀
Next up in our Great Scots in Isolation series is Hugh Buchanan. Find out what he's been up to whilst working from home...
Next we are delighted to welcome Claire Harkess from her studio - with a musical treat!
We welcome Charles Simpson from his charming isolated gallery for our next Great Scots in Isolation short film.
Today we get a peak into Nancy Sutcliffe’s studio and process for our Great Scots in Isolation series.
Next up we welcome silversmith Michael Lloyd from a calm, outdoor setting.
Next we welcome landscape painter Ross Ryan and some surprise guests.
Take a peak into Andrea Geile's workshop and catch a glimpse of a new piece she is currently working on.
Next we welcome Arran Semple for our Great Scots in Isolation series.
Here we welcome Joe Hogan from the west of Ireland as he created his lovely Willow Catkin Nests.
This time we find out what Calum McClure has been up to as he reflects on his work....and his Italian!
For our next instalment, we get a peak at Jock McFadyen's latest work.
Next up we welcome Amy Dennis working away in her beautiful studio.
This time we find out what David Cass has been up to from his home in London.
For this episode we have a message from Lachlan Goudie, from an idyllic countryside setting, as we works on a new painting.
We love this soothing video by Chrstine McArthur.
Next up we welcome Adrian McCurdy working from his studio in the Scottish Borders
Next up we welcome Kate Downie and her mother. They've been participating in a parallel paintings project, started by Kate.
For our next episode, we see a brief glimpse into what Malcolm Appleby has been working on in his Perthshire studio.
Next up we welcome Frances Macdonald and her two lovely dogs!
For our next episode we welcome Lara Scobie from her Edinburgh studio.
Next up, we find out what Philip Braham has been up to during the lockdown and get an insight into his practice.
Here you can enjoy a step-by-step guide from artist and Gallery Assistant Director Alison McGill on her pastel artwork process.
For this episode, we are shown around Jacqueline Ryan's Italian home and neighbourhood and find out how she's been working through the lockdown.
Elizabeth Jane Campbell
We welcome Edinburgh based jeweller, Elizabeth Jane Campbell, who gives us a tour around her bright shared studio. Elizabeth is also our Exhibitions Coordinator.
For this episode, we have a part II of Charles Simpson's isolated gallery!
For this episode, painter Paul Reid shows us where he's been hanging out during the lockdown.
Today we get a tour around Glasgow-based jeweller Heather McDermott's current home workspace. She also shows us how she creates one of her Short Fankle Neckpieces!
We welcome Alex Knubley - Gallery artist and our Gallery gardener - from our garden!
Tapestry weaver Sara Brennan shows us what she's been working on during the lockdown!
For this episode, we have a beautiful montage from Angie Lewin of her home, studio, garden and a peak at some new work.
We welcome Campbell Sandilands who shows us what he's been creating during the lockdown.
For this episode, we welcome Susan Cross from her isolation home and garden.
We welcome Jo Barker from Kendal, Cumbria where she's been taking time to reflect on her practice.
For this episode, we welcome Lise Bech from her lovely garden-come-workspace in Fife.
We welcome artist and maker Gus Fisher who shows us how he creates one of his beautiful stone carvings.