Current Exhibitions

Medicinal Nature : Solo Exhibition     19 Sept – 26 Nov  10 – 5pm daily 

Cafe for an Art Lover, Studio Pavilion, House for an Art Lover,                                                                            

Bellahouston Park, 10 Dumbreck Road, Glasgow G41 5BW  

I have been busy in the studio over the last six months, preparing work for  my current solo exhibition at the Café for an Art Lover, I am showing 18 laser engraved, limited edition prints of everyday plants and shrubs, traditionally believed to have medicinal qualities. Alongside 6 Edible Garden prints, a reminder of the joy of connecting with the earth and growing food in our garden or allotments, rather than purchasing it, over packaged from the supermarket.

In the Rear Gallery I will be showing a selection of earlier limited edition prints created over the last 10 years. All work is for sale.

Part Seen, Part Imagined

Studio Pavilion at House for an Art Lover
5 Oct – 1 Dec   Tues – Sun 11 – 4pm. 

I have also been selected for a curated exhibition at the Studio Pavilion at House for an Art Lover. For this exhibition I have created a large scale laser engraved print Willow (100 x 140cm) and a new artist book, called Garden for an Art Lover, which takes inspiration from the gardens at HAL, whilst reflecting the beauty of all gardens and woodland at this transitional time of year.

There is an opening for this exhibition on Fri 4thOct 7-9pm. Please let me know if you would  like an invitation. The exhibition is part of the Japan-UK Season of Culture 2019-2020. Medicinal Nature won’t be open on the eve of 4th Oct, but is open until 5pm.

If you time it right, it is possible to see both shows at Housfor an Art Lover in Glasgow between 11- 4pm, Tuesday – Sunday from 5 Oct – 26 November.

 

Time Spent Amongst Trees
Meffan Gallery, Forfar, Angus, 7 Sept – 2 Nov  

I am also delighted to be showing two prints in Time Spent Amongst Trees at the Meffan Gallery, Forfar, until 2 November. This is a group exhibition curated by Kristy Lorenz and Sharon Quiggley for the Society of Scottish Artists.