An exhibition of drawings and prints by CAF artist curators and invited guests
Cupar Arts Festival 2016 will take place for one week in June incorporating the summer solstice or longest day, an example of liminality, a precise point where one phase ends and another begins.
- Relating to a transitional or initial stage of a process.
- Occupying a position at, or on both sides of, a boundary or threshold.
This exhibition by CAF’s artist curators and invited guests reflects the theme of this year’s festival through the medium of drawing and is located across two venues.
Artists include Katherine Aarrestad, Jonathan Baxter, Jake Bee, Paul Charlton, Leigh Chorlton, Jean Duncan, Emily Fong, Gillian Gibson, Sarah Gittins, Jessica Harrison, Bea Last, Kirsty Lorenz, Fiona McDonald, Kate Mackay, Dean Melbourne, Gayle Nelson, O’Brien & Chiu, Alison Philp, Sharon Quigley, Rowan Paton Risby, Joanne Richardson, Louise Ritchie, Paulina Sandberg, Cécile Simonis, Bronwen Sleigh, Donald Spy, Amy Whiten, Kirsty Whiten, Amy Winstanley and Denise Zygadlo.
Image Credit: ‘The Observatory’, Cecile Simonis