New work by Alistair Dearie, Shireen Taylor and Sally Wright

Glasgow Project Room

5th – 13th February 2017, 12-5pm Tuesday – Sunday

Opening: Saturday 4th February 7-9pm

The three artists present new work developed through a number of conversations. On the one hand, a fascination with the traditionalisms of still life and it’s associated craft, on the other, an embodiment of personal narrative that can be revealed or obscured at will.

Notions of decorative styles and psychological states inform the work in the exhibition, drawing inspiration from spiritualist practices, textile design and the activities of the Bloomsbury Set at Charleston House.

Alistair Dearie is a potter and sculptor, engaging a range of interests including fashion, ornamental gardening, queer history and ecology.

Sally Wright is a painter based in Devon, England.  Working across traditional and digital mediums, her works allude to hidden narratives through the use of traditional forms, song lyrics and alter ego.

Shireen Taylor is a visual artist who works primarily in drawing. Her work is concerned with depictions of the ephemeral through a stylised approach to drawing and surface.