William Johnstone | Marchlands
Unlike many of his contemporaries, it has taken longer for Johnstone's radical thinking and extraordinary creativity to earn the recognition it so richly deserves. The exhibition features the full spectrum of Johnstone's art. From early works examining Celtic traditions afresh to vast abstract landscapes of the Scottish Borders and autonomous ink works, influenced by Japanese Zen drawings.
This 2012 publication features the following essays: 'The Art of William Johnstone' by Duncan MacMillan, 'A Personal Memory' by Gordon Baldwin, OBE, 'Conjubcture, and "Something Essentially Scottish"' by Alan Harkness.