• October 12, 2005
  • Posted by Marc

Edinburgh | October 27 | ‘Before The Birds Stop Singing’

‘Before The Birds Stop Singing’

An exhibition by Lucy Mclauchlan

28th October ­– 3rd December 2005
Private view: Thursday 27th October, 7 pm – 9 pm

Analogue, 102 West Bow, Edinburgh, EH1 2HH, opening hours 10am – 5.30pm

For the third show in Analogue’s exhibition space Birmingham-based artist Lucy Mclauchlan will be feeding her fascination with birds.

Lucy Mclauchlan is a founding member of art collective Beat13. Born in Birmingham in 1977, all she ever wanted to do was draw and she became a member of the Junior Ornithologists after winning a colouring competition at the age of five.

Lucy’s work has been featured in many publications including Hand To Eye (Laurence King), Scrawl Too (Booth-Clibborn) and Art de Rue (Kanardo) and she has exhibited extensively in Europe, U.S.A. and Japan.

Lucy’s exhibition at Analogue will take in new paintings, wall murals and hand made bird sculptures.

Analogue is a design and contemporary culture bookshop that recently expanded to include an exhibition space showcasing new work by emerging artists and illustrators.

Analogue: www.analoguebooks.co.uk
Beat13: www.beat13.co.uk