21 December 2019 – 1 March 2020, 10am – 4pm
An exhibition by the Society of Scottish Artists. The idea of Utopia may be older than Thomas More’s famous book, but what could actually be gained from the concept, or possibly lost. A personal utopia would surely be as individual as each of us, and our own personal imagination. Is this the difficulty with any proposed Utopian society? The power of the individual would make the construct a contradiction.
This idea is explored by members of the Society of Scottish Artists with a selection of contemporary work in painting, drawing, print and mixed media on display at Kirkcudbright Galleries. The exhibition was previously displayed at Gracefield Art Centre.
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Exhibiting artists: Elaine Allison, Jennie Ashmore, Katie Avey, Maggie Ayres, Louise Barrington, William Braithwaite, Georgina Brown, Robbie Bushe, Samantha Cheevers, Michael Clarence, Alastair Clark, Rowena Comrie, Jessica Copping, Lou Davis, Liz Douglas, P U M Dunbar, Martha Ellis, Ronald Forbes, Douglas Fraser, Celia Garcia, Jan Graham, Audrey Grant, Su Grierson, Mike Inglis, Jamie Johnson, Sarah Keast, Lindsey Lavender, Ros Lawless, David Lemm, Rosie Lesso, Kenris Macleod, Martin Mckenna, Calum Mcclure, Emily Moore, Julie Moss, Leena Nammari, Gayle Nelson, Ruth Nicol, Sophia Pauley, Jenny Pope, Robert Powell, Saul Robertson, Charlotte Roseberry, Cécile Simonis, Christine Sloman, Graeme Swanson, Jayne Stokes, Erlend Tait, Rhona Taylor, Olivia Turner, Luke Vinnicombe, Kenneth Whyte and Denise Zygadlo.
Kirkcudbright Galleries | Kirkcudbright Town Hall | DG6 4AA
Image: Callum McClure, Scaffolded Pagoda, Kew Gardens. Oil on canvas.