Mighty Fine Art since 2011.

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Interviews & Blog

Introducing: Jack Paffett.

We’re delighted to welcome Jack Paffett and his ambiguous and fluid work in to the gallery. His canvases are rich with paint; Jack works each surface deeply, layering oils or acrylics, while playing with the tension – deconstructing and constructing

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Q&A with Redbellyboy.

Aberdeen born, London based Ewan Taylor, aka Redbellyboy, first caught our eye back in 2021 with his happy and humorous rainbow palette typographic screen prints. Incorporating classic British sayings (think Fancy A Nice Cup Of Tea and Hello Sunshine…) along

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Q&A with Meig Sutherland.

Scottish artist Meig Sutherland’s work focuses on the human form. She paints spontaneously using a continuous line and gestural mark making. The further she takes a piece the more convoluted her figures become; organically entwining into flowing abstract shapes. Interest

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Introducing: Isaac Aldridge

Brand new to the gallery this October we’re delighted to introduce Isaac Aldridge. Originally from North East Essex, Isaac moved to Glasgow in 2021 to complete his MLitt at the Glasgow School of Art and now lives just north of

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Artists to Watch

Cat Tams

Cat Tams explores the dialogue between light and colour, and the interplay between volume, form and surface. With a rigour of observational drawing at the

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Isaac Aldridge

Isaac Aldridge is a Glasgow based painter. He sees painting as a slippery structure that provides visual bonds a surface to redefine the value of

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MK Thomson

MK Thomson is a figurative oil painter based in Scotland; she is primarily concerned with depicting the human body at its most physical and animalistic.

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Richard Marsden

Originally from Leeds, printmaker Richard Marsden moved to Glasgow in 2018 to complete his Masters at GSA. His work is distinct – bold colours, sharp

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Ross Miller

Ross Miller’s body of work focuses mainly on portraits. Working intuitively, Ross expressively draws out his character, incorporating elements of realism into emotionally charged, highly

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