Edinburgh Observed: photographs by Mark Johnstone

Photographer Mark Johnstone presents a selection of imagery inspired by Scotland’s Capital. Mark’s keen sense of observation is shown through the breathtaking vistas and fine detail that are captured in his photography from around our wonderful city. Evocative black and white and vibrant colour photographs form the core of the exhibition and Mark hopes that the images on display within the Art Library will make the viewer see Edinburgh in a very different light.

This exhibition runs until 31st May 2012. (Please note, however, that the Art Library will be closed from 14th – 16th May)

Also on show in the Art Library this month is a display of work by the Scottish Lapidary and Mineral Club. Lapidary is the art of cutting, shaping and polishing rough stones or minerals and turning them into beautiful creations which can be used as jewellery or ornaments.


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