REVERB is Visual Art Scotland’s second online annual exhibition!

Online from 19th March to 29th April 22

REVERB – Visual Arts Scotland annual show is the most extensive in recent years in terms of the number of works on display as well as the range of disciplines represented. The VAS  council thought that it was important, particularly with the struggles of COVID-19, to celebrate and share the breadth and depth of work being made by its members so the exhibition will showcase moving image and performance works as well as 2D artworks.

I am delighted to have had two pieces selected for REVERB, my Arisaema costatum and Arisaema griffithii watercolour pieces, I really love these paintings so it’s lovely when they get an outing either virtual or in real life!

Update – I won a REVERB – Visual Art Scotland award! – The W Gordon Smith and Mrs Jay Gordon Smith Award: £4,000 prize for work of merit. Selected By the trustees of the W Gordon Smith Award – Arisaema griffithii

Super chuffed and surprised!

The W Gordon Smith Award is made annually in each of the four Edinburgh-based artist-run societies and was originally set up with a focus on painting in particular. Before her death in 2019, Jay Gordon Smith endowed these awards for the next 10 years, and also left money to support the RSA Residencies for Scotland programme and for bursaries for students on foundation courses at Leith School of Art.

Visit REVERB online from 19th March >>

REVERB – Visual Arts Scotland Annual Exhibition 2022

19 Mar – 29 Apr 2022