A Look At This Year’s Breakout Artists.

The ‘Best of Scottish Art Schools Grad Show’ is now open. This annual showcase takes the temperature of the Scottish art scene straight from the schools and celebrates a crucial juncture for our emerging artists as they move out into the commercial art world. We’ve 8 breakout talent from The Glasgow School of

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Best of Scottish Art Schools Grad Show 2022 – Preview Night.

It was brilliant to see the return of physical Degree Shows this year following the 2-year absence. A truly remarkable and rewarding moment for all graduating students, who’d found themselves working remotely, with no face to face tutoring guidance, access to workshops or studio space for a significant portion of their course We hope you can join us

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Q&A with Callum Youde.

We had the pleasure of visiting Callum Youde at his studio in the east end of Glasgow earlier this month to chat about his new / first ever solo show and all things art. Read on to find out about his day to day life as an artist, his current

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New Show ‘Everything In Between’ by Callum Youde.

It’s a real honour to be opening Callum Youde’s first ever solo show in the gallery next weekend. Callum featured in our Best of Scottish Art Schools Grad Show last year, where he sold out his full collection. And it’s been a brilliant year since having collaborated with Callum on a number

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Fresh Collections

We’ve been busy curating, adding new work into several Artists’ gallery collections – with fresh limited runs, exclusive painting releases and new drawings. Here’s a select look at some nice new art fresh in for May from a number of rising stars.  Browse all new work now.

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New Show ‘Dreams of Glasgow – Part 1’ by Coll Hamilton.

We’re doing things differently this year.  A 3-Part show from the outstanding Coll Hamilton to mark the release of his ‘Dreams of Glasgow’ series. Two solid years of work demand three shows. Featuring his narrative driven, cinematic-like panoramas of Glasgow’s iconic architecture and its people.  “Most of the drawings and paintings I have been producing

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In the Studio with Guto Morgan.

Guto Morgan’s work examines and reassembles seemingly empty spaces to create paintings wherein the unnoticed and bypassed elements of architecture and interior space (think humble corners, off-cuts of the periphery – walls, sills, alcoves, and ceilings) are considered and observed together with intimate aspects and remnants of places and passing

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New Show ‘From The Bugler’s Pocket’ by Eleanor Carlingford.

Eleanor Carlingford is easily one of Scotland’s most prominent mid-career figurative artists of the moment. Her enigmatic, expressive paintings push viewers to confront their own inner dialogue. Responding to her highly visual work, understanding and trying to accept it alone takes courage and a desire to gain a deeper understanding

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In the Studio with Ann Marie Webb.

It’s not a question of when Ann Marie Webb began to think of herself an artist, but how she came to be a painter. A transition that occurred during a stage in life when she was able to take back time for herself, returning to study art and completing an

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Playful & Popping. New work from James Tebbutt.

James Tebbutt’s work is expressive, gestural and explorative – a continual movement and enjoyment of paint. With varying styles of application (think drips, splatters, flatly painted, thickly layered, graphic and precise to fluid and expressive) James’ viewers find themselves immersed in a world of colour, where imagery and textures jostle

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Christian Kerr’s New Work & Prices for 2022.

A standout GSA grad from 2020, fast rising talent Christian Kerr has announced a number of amendments to his pricing for January. Plus we have two additional drawings now available in his gallery collection – his two-part series The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction (Reflected) and The Truth Is Stranger

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In the Studio with Dan Leo.

Ireland based multi-disciplinary artist Dan Leo had a realisation a few years ago – he didn’t have to paint things in the ‘correct colour‘. From that point on, Dan has been prolific in his practice working on varying scales, producing large urban murals, studio paintings and limited and open run

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