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A Fine Line: Lizzie Farey | Angie Lewin | Frances Priest | Bronwen Sleigh
18 November 2017 until 18 February 2018
City Art Centre
‘A Fine Line’ features works by four contemporary artists based in Scotland – Lizzie Farey, Angie Lewin, Frances Priest and Bronwen Sleigh. The exhibition explores the fluid relationship that exists between art and craft, bringing together artists working across a diverse range of disciplines including printmaking, drawing, sculpture and ceramics. Working with different media but united by detailed observation and strong draughtsmanship, this group of artists experiment with linear mark-making and drawing in its widest sense. Each artist produces works inspired by places and spaces in either the natural or man-made environment.
Exhibition in partnership with Inverness Museum and Art Gallery and Gracefield Arts Centre.