Art at Maxwell Park Station
In December four artists, including Pollokshields resident Louis Skehal, are presenting a selection of their work, for sale, at Maxwell Park Station. The artists are:
- Robyn McLean, jewellery
designer/maker, whose work (pictured here) is based around the relationship between the body and
the mind, using a range of mixed media including silver, resin and dyed bone to convey ideas of
fragility and strength.
- Vicki Williamson, painter
& photographer, whose work involves juxtapositions of
situations and events
via the use of mixed media.
- Annabel Sinclair, a
painter, based at the Courtyard Studios in Irvine, whose work reflects
the human form, and
who uses mixed media to invoke colourful energy.
- Louis Skehal, sculptor, whose work represents our relationship to place, boundaries and self, often through large scale architectural works. Drawings and photographs will be on display/sale.
December 13th Opening 5-9pm
December 14th – 16th 12-7pm (Also that weekend is the Albert Drive Studios open day and What a Wonderful Weekend Art market. Sounds like a good excuse for a day out, a wonder and getting all your Christmas shopping done with local artists.)
You can read more about the history of the station and its conversion into a public meeting space and art venue here.
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