National Camera Day

Celebrating National Camera Day, Oscilloscope Camera c.1950. An oscilloscope is a laboratory instrument used to display a visual representations of the waveform of electronic signals for the purpose of analysis. This item, preserved as part of the School of Engineering Collection, would have been used to create a lasting record of a real-time display. D. ShackmanContinue reading “National Camera Day”

Will Maclean RSA

Now showing work in Edinburgh, in an exhibition by The Fine Art Society Ltd. Born in Inverness in 1941, Maclean was a midshipman (1957-59) before attending Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen (1961-65). He was awarded a Gray’s Travelling Scholarship in 1966, which allowed him to travel to the British School in Rome. The criticContinue reading “Will Maclean RSA”

Will Maclean RSA

Now showing work in Edinburgh, in an exhibition by The Fine Art Society Ltd. Born in Inverness in 1941, Maclean was a midshipman (1957-59) before attending Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen (1961-65). He was awarded a Gray’s Travelling Scholarship in 1966, which allowed him to travel to the British School in Rome. The criticContinue reading “Will Maclean RSA”

Insect Week

In recognition of Insect Week, Foot by Harmony Bury. RGU Contemporary Art Practice Purchase Award. Artist’s statement:My practice revolves around the relationship between humans and nature, through the process of making compositions with honeybee and butterfly wings, objects that embody freedom, delicacy, pollination and biodiversity. My aim is to make work that highlights the relianceContinue reading “Insect Week”