Emerging independent artists = very affordable art = the end of boring blank walls. Art Pistol love a good pop up gallery, especially in our home town of Glasgow. So we’ve teamed up with Waterstones on Sauchiehall St to bring you a new artistic alliance, showcasing the best in affordable art from emerging artists every month (or so). The art will hang on the stairwell walls between the ground and 2nd floor – the place has 5 floors, comfy seats and serves coffee by the way – and will be available to see 7 days a week.

What’s on now?


March 2014 / Laura J Bates / Barry D Bulsara / Robotic Ewe / Alison Johnson / Jeremy Rossiter / Natasha Todd

July 2014 / Marcus Raynal Hislop / Jefrus / Kevin Hunter / Barry D Bulsara / Robotic Ewe


How do I buy the art?


If you see some art you’d like to buy, it’s a little different, but quite simple. Just scan the QR code beside the artwork with your mobile, if you know how a QR code works or want to find out, and buy it online there and then. Or take note of the details and buy it online whenever suits. Either way the art stays on the wall, you buy it online and we send you another version from the print edition. This info-graphic explains all:

How to buy art at Waterstones in Glasgow 

Where is all this art?


It is all on our website right now, or see it in person at Waterstones, which can be found at 153-157 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow, G2 3EW and is open Mon-Wed 08.30-19.00, Thu 08.30-20.00, Fri 08.30-19.00, Sat 09.00-19.00 and Sun 10.00-18.00.


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