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exhibitions & events 2021


MONO

MONO
Glasgow Print Studio First Floor Gallery
Exhibition Runs: 7 August - 25 September 2021

Preview: Saturday 7th August 2pm - 5pm

MONO is a survey and celebration of one-off printmaking across the decades from Black and Brown Forms, 1955 by Wilhelmina Barns-Graham to Viewpoint, 2020 by Rosalind Lawless. MONO brings together over 30 artists working across many methods of printmaking in an exhibition of unique prints. The curators Scott Campbell and Calum McClure both work in monoprint and monotype respectively and have themselves created new work to be included in the exhibition. There are also inclusions from regular studio members Jila Peacock and Gregor Smith along with new work from emerging artists including Hannah Reynolds. The exhibition is a celebration of the wide-ranging qualities which can be achieved in printmaking and of artists using those techniques, not to produce multiples, but for the particular effects which can be produced through the various mediums.

Barns-Graham

Lawless

Exhibiting Artists

Adrian Wiszniewski | Alistair Gow | Alasdair Wallace | Alex Allan | Barbara Rae I Bobby Johnstone | Bruce McLean | Calum McClure | Ciara Phillips | Claire Barclay | David McClure | Gregor Smith | Hannah Reynolds | Hetty Haxworth | Ian McNicol | Jamie Johnson | Jila Peacock | Jo Ganter | John Byrne | John Houston | John MacKechnie | Joyce Leitch | Kate Downie | Ken Currie | Liam Allan | Marc Jennings | Marion MacPhee | Martin Boyce | Pat Douthwaite | Peter Howson | Rosalind Lawless | Scott Campbell | Scott Myles | Tom Hammick | Wilhelmina Barns-Graham

Alistair Gow

Wallace

Image: (from top) Martin Boyce, 'Light Years From Stars', 2021, unique monoprint on Somerset Satin 300gsm, 57 x 74.5 cm. Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, 'Black and Brown Forms', offset drawing, monotype and gouache. Rosalind Lawless, 'Viewpoint', monotype. Alistair Gow, 'Pocket', monotype. Alasdair Wallace, 'Talking Tree V', monotype.


 

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