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Current exhibition

Sounding Boards and Landing Boards

Sounding Boards and Landing Boards

‘Sounding Boards and Landing Boards’

The Suttie Arts Space and The Small Gallery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
28 September – 17 November 2019

This year Grampian Hospitals Art Trust (GHAT) announced the first of its annual exhibition prize for new graduates from Grays School of Art in Aberdeen and Moray School of Art UHI in Elgin. Meg Miller and Kim Welch were awarded opportunity to exhibit across both galleries, The Suttie Arts Space and The Small Gallery, in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.

Meg Miller
Meg describes herself as artist, islander and beekeeper. Since graduating in Contemporary Arts Practice at Grays School of Art, Meg has moved back to Skye to continue her practice. Meg uses her intimate connection to Skye’s landscape, its nature, history and folklore, as well as an understanding of everyday life on the island to create work which encompasses sculpture, performance and printmaking.  Following on from her degree show Meg continues to draw from the insect and human world, specifically her interest in bee-keeping. A landing board at the entrance of a bee hive can provide a good opportunity to learn about a bee colony’s health and activities. For this exhibition Meg will create a new body of work constructed from salvaged bee hives which will reflect this idea of care and attentiveness.

Kim Welch
Since graduating from Moray School of Art UHI, Kim has relocated to Edinburgh. While studying in Moray, Kim was awarded the Historic Environment Scotland Micro Residency at Dallas Dhu Distillery and an internship with GHAT for the Resonate Disseminate Project. Kim is also a founding member of Orchard Road Studios in Forres. Kim is a multi-media artist whose work is both an audio and visual representation of conceptual ideas. Her work is a sounding board for artists and audience to create conversations from which new ideas emerge. Kim creates site specific works influenced by the environment the work will be placed in. For this exhibition, Kim will create a therapeutic space to bounce ideas around and gather opinions through the use of audio visual work, large scale drawings, and an interactive sounding board for the audience to write on.

All artworks by Meg Miller from this exhibition are available for sale through the GHAT shop

This exhibition has been funded by Creative Scotland.

Exhibition photographs by Mike Davidson.

Previous exhibitions

Sounding Boards and Landing Boards

'Sounding Boards and Landing Boards' The Suttie Arts Space and The Small Gallery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary 28 September – 17 November 2019 This year Grampian Hospitals Art Trust (GHAT) announced the first of its annual exhibition prize for new graduates...

Artroom Exhibition

Saturday 13th July – Thursday 19th September This group exhibition has been curated to highlight the diverse range of work by the professional artists and writers who deliver the Grampian Hospitals Art Trust Artroom project across 4 NHS Grampian sites. It...

From Where Do We See? | Curated by Dr Silvia Casini

23rd April - 11th July 2019 The Small Gallery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary Retrospective narratives of biomedical innovation tend to omit the role played by aesthetics and craft skills, framing them as peripheral to science and privileging theory creation over practical...

Gallery Assistant – The Suttie Arts Space

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Shakir Maghul | Healing Colours

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Kim Rebecca | The Birdwatcher

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Paolo Doyle | Reclamation

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Thomas Cameron | Winter Gardens

3rd September - 28th October 2018 Thomas Cameron works with images of the seemingly ordinary, places and situations that are often overlooked due to their familiarity. Working with a wide range of reference materials and subjects, his recent paintings focus on...

Katie Hammond and Alison Gray | INSCAPE

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Eilidh McNair | Alignments

14 May - 8 July 2018 The Small Gallery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary Eilidh McNair is a Scottish based artist working across multiple disciplines, including drawing, sculpture and weaving. Her work explores the rules of perspective, geometric forms and...

Gill Russell | Waterlines

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Andrea Turner | Song of the River

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Sally Duguid | Grids, continued…….

The current exhibition in The Small Gallery, ARI is 'Grids, continued.......' by Aberdeen artist Sally Duguid. Sally has a studio in the new artist hub Anatomy Rooms based in Marischal college.  Her work is concerned with the structure, rigidity and...

Kyle Noble | Forest Magick

The next exhibition in The Small Gallery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, is ‘Forest Magick’ by North East artist Kyle Noble. Kyle’s practice has a strong drawn element mixing automatic drawing, Chinese landscape aesthetics and layers of varnish. Over the last...

Icarus Owen and Douglas Weir | Scotland’s North East Coast

A Photographic Collaboration Photographers Icarus Owen and Douglas Weir have been working in collaboration for the last two years. Through a mutual respect for the coastal landscape they decided in 2016-2017 to focus their efforts on the North East in a...

Mary Golden | Walking the Moor

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Karen Beattie | mindcandy

The next exhibition in The Small Gallery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, is ‘mindcandy’ by North East based artist Karen Beattie. Working primarily in acrylic on canvas, and sometimes collage, Karen is interested in what it feels like to live amidst the...

Classified: Jen Bradley

‘Classified’ by Jen Bradley, in the Small Gallery, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, from 18th September to 14th November.

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Exhibition Curators

Fraser MacDonald | fraser.macdonald@nhs.net
Tamsin Greenlaw |  tamsin.greenlaw@nhs.net

01224 551776

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Grampian Hospitals At Trust
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