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Introducing: Louise Howard

Introducing: Louise Howard

Louise Howard is a fine artist who ‘strives to highlight the human condition’ in her work. Effortlessly blending realism with semi-abstraction, her figures evoke a

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Exploring the Art World

The Natural World: Symbolism in Flowers.

The Natural World: Symbolism in Flowers.

We like flowers. How edgy of us. But we do! We can’t pretend otherwise to maintain our too-cool mystique (don’t laugh!). This declaration is not only born of the UK’s current obsession with gardening amidst the Stay at Home (and

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Exploring The Imagination: Part 1.

Exploring The Imagination: Part 1.

There’s a massive elephant in the room. Do you see it? No…? Well, luckily we’re here to help, and so in this particular blog post we are going to delve into the infinite stretch of the imagination. And that’s because,

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Artists to Watch

Calum Stevenson

Calum Stevenson

Through his practice, Calum Stevenson (b. 1997, Falkirk, Scotland) examines aspects of his surroundings and represents his perception of the world to the viewer, touching

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Breakout Artists 2020: Show runs July & August.

Christian Kerr

Scottish artist Christian Kerr joins the gallery this July, with his work featuring in our annual Best Of Scottish Art Schools Show 2020. Through his

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Lily Macrae

Lily Macrae

Glasgow based contemporary artist Lily Macrae’s work explores the compositional chaos and power struggles portrayed in the work of old masters such as Peter Paul

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Richard Marsden

Richard Marsden

Richard Marsden graduated with a 1st Class Degree in Graphic Arts & Design from Leeds Beckett University, and completed an MLitt in Fine Art Practice

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Rosie Emerson

Rosie Emerson

Rosie Emerson, born in 1981, is a contemporary artist working almost exclusively on representing the female form. Emerson’s figures draw reference from archetype’s old and

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