We are delighted to announce that the Open Eye Gallery in Edinburgh will be showing a large scale exhibition of the distinctive landscape paintings of John Busby during the Edinburgh Arts Festival. Featuring many previously unseen paintings, all held by the artist’s estate, this exhibition shows Busby’s avid passion for panoramas and ‘bird’s eye views’ […]
A few of the more recent exhibitions featuring John Busby's work.
In association with the major exhibition of John Busby’s landscape pictures at the Open Eye Gallery during the Edinburgh Art Festival, the family is pleased to announce two concerts: Wednesday 7 August at 2.30pm St Andrews and St Georges West, George Street, Edinburgh Now the Hungry Lion Roars… A celebration of wildlife in songs and […]
An exhibition of Royal Scottish Academicians reflecting on the significance of birds as a motif in contemporary Scottish art is running early next year in the Academicians’ Gallery of the RSA, The Mound, Edinburgh, and featuring at least three works by John Busby RSA. 19 January 2019 – 17 February 2019 please follow the link to […]
John Busby – Friends and Influences
An exhibition and sale of oils, watercolours and drawings from the studio of John Busby including works of other artists from his private collection at the Wildlife Art Gallery, Lavenham, Suffolk CO10 9PZ, Nov-Dec 2016
The Royal Scottish Academy, The Mound, Edinburgh, EH2 2EL. JOHN BUSBY RSA. 4 June 2016 – 30 June 2016
An exhibition of oil paintings by the late Academician, John Busby. A much celebrated wildlife artist, Busby was also a dedicated landscape painter whose work was often executed in bold colours ranging from highly representational to near abstract. This exhibition offers a rewarding insight into the work of this significant artist.
A Memorial Exhibition John Busby 1 June 2016 – 25 Jun 2016 The Scottish Gallery, 16 Dundas St, Edinburgh, EH3 6HZ John Busby is one of the most important wildlife artists of recent years. His book Drawing Birds revolutionised the way artists capture birds in the field. Busby’s deceptively simple sketches captured, with a […]