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In the Studio with Eve McGlynn

In the Studio with Eve McGlynn

Eve McGlynn’s abstract expressive paintings first caught our eye during her highly successful Graduate show (DJCAD ’20). And you may have spotted her work featuring

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In the Studio with Richard Marsden

In the Studio with Richard Marsden

Glasgow based printmaker Richard Marsden’s work is distinct – bold colours, sharp lines and precise compositions. Clean and effortless. Originally from Leeds, Richard moved to

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Artists to Watch

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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Coll Hamilton

Coll Hamilton

Coll Hamilton Glasgow based fine artist Coll Hamilton’s works are narrative driven figurative paintings and studies. His distinctive use of line-work is thanks in apart

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Eleanor Carlingford

Eleanor Carlingford

Eleanor Carlingford is a painter who graduated from The Glasgow School of Art in 2005, after having a successful career as a writer and journalist.

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Tokyo Study II

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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Louise Howard

Louise Howard

Louise Howard has been painting ever since she can remember. Having refined her practice over the past 15 years, her current body of work is

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Exploring the Art World

The Art Of Fear.

The Art Of Fear.

While 2020 has given us quite enough fear to be going on with, Halloween’s impending approach invites reflection upon the place of fabricated fear in the history of European art. Today, a plethora of art and entertainment, from horror films

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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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