The Broughton Deli, Barony Street. Delicious Food and home to a series of Exhibitions from back in the day! First show was called Self Catering and it involved creating display areas within the deli. It was a wonderful project to be part of, still so greatful to all the artists and makers who participated andContinue reading
Tag Archives: 2010
Shelf detail from the Merry Menagerie Christmas exhibition at The Broughton Deli, Edinburgh.
Jeff Josaphine’s Sophie Elm enjoyed taking part in the Customised Tenement Exhibition so much that she has transfered her design for the Finch and Fouracre DIY Tenement Kit into a charming £22 poster… how could you not fall in love with this wee hoose? All we need now is an architect to build a lifeContinue reading
Throwback from 2010! The First ever Merriment Makers event at the well loved, now closed Studio 203 Gallery. A joint project between Sharon Kirby, Helen Stephenson and myself with photography by Rockstar Vanity (except the window snaps!).
Creative Review shared the Lindstrom Effect’s card design, this card was produced as part of my Brougton Deli Art project in 2010.
2010 christmas exhibition of animal based works. It was a riot through the animal kingdom! Artists and designers at varying stages of their career from the established and successful painter’s hand of Ruth Addinall to the future bright lights of Edinburgh College of art, student textile designer William Watson-West. Exhibiting with us for the firstContinue reading
The Lindstrom Effect’s stunning exhibition at The Broughton Deli in Edinburgh. Moustached Gent prints and various photography, illustration and crocheted installation filled the space with colour, bold monochrome and humour.
The Lindstrom Effect’s Owls, screenprinted sculptures. On display at the Broughton Deli in their 2010 exhibition “Silver Halide”
Broughton Deli Art Exhibition title Self Catering freaturing cabinets of curiosities. This exhibition was shown in 2010. Featuring Julia Douglas. Curated by Nicky Brooks Photography by Andrew JL Ansell
I like to think of any art commercial gallery as a temporary home for all the artwork and objects – almost a stopgap on the way to their final homes, which in Scotland might just be a tenement flat. With this in mind, back in 2010 I constructed ‘Half Way Home’, a show created fromContinue reading