Had a wee arty flying visit to Glasgow this afternoon.
First stop to hang the Duke of Wellington Equestrian Painting as part of the 'My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys!' exhibition.
He seems to be getting on well with his new 'stablemates'!
He's part of a pop up site-specific exhibition through the Virginia Gallery taking place at Luke and Jack's bespoke boutique at 45 Virginia Street, Merchant City, Glasgow.
The exhibition lasts until the end of March so pop in and have a wee Gander.
Feel free to take the horse in a wee carrot too!
Second stop was to Trongate 103 to the Project Ability gallery which has an exhibition all about cats. So many different styles - and so much fluffy cuteness, then down through the Glasgow Print Studio (Ink) gallery to Street Level Photoworks, where they are having an exhibition on 'Rock Against Racism', again well worth checking out!
Third stop was to the art shop to buy a couple of new large brushes. I have this big 36" x 28" canvas to work on, so big brushes is the order of the day!
Will keep you up to date with the progress of the new painting...when i've settled on which subject i'm going to tackle - i have a few in mind!
Fourth and final stop was to Cafe Wander at 110 West Gorge Street, Glasgow, where some of my illustration work is hanging. It's a fantastic place - not only great food, but lots of art on the walls too.
Whilst I was in Cafe Wander there was another artist (Jeff) delivering a couple of new pieces - and they are fantastic! David Bowie and Elvis but with a really fresh take! Well worth making the trip in for.
Well, i'm off to put my feet up now.
Whit's he up tae noo?
The blog posts of David Brodie, a Scottish artist based near Glasgow.