Monday, 25 July 2011

Alumni Exhibition: New paintings of Glasgow University Glasgow gallery is pleased to announce its forthcoming exhibition:

Alumni: New paintings of Glasgow University

Exhibition Preview:
Thursday 28th July,
6.00-8.00pm at
193 Bath Street, Glasgow
G2 4HU
All Welcome!

With auction of an original Karen Cairns watercolour
 in benefit of
The Beatson Pebble Appeal

 Exhibition Run:
29th July – 28th August

In this new exhibition of original paintings, a selection of the gallery’s most popular artists celebrate the famous skylines and hidden corners of Glasgow University, one of the most iconic moments in both the architectural and intellectual landscapes of Glasgow.

Including new work by Jack Frame, Peter Nardini,
Karen Cairns, Lee Robertson, Todd Garner,
 Carol Dewart and Bryan Evans.

The Beatson Pebble Appeal

The gallery has purchased “Scholarly Reflections, Kelvingrove Park”, an original watercolour by artist Karen Cairns (image above) and will hold a rolling auction during the course of the exhibition. The highest bid will be updated daily with the final bid proceeds donated to The Beatson Pebble Appeal. (To learn more about The Beaston Pebble Appeal, please visit their website at

To bid for the painting please either come into our Bath Street gallery in Glasgow to view and bid, or you may phone or e-mail the gallery.
Tel: 0141 221 4502

Venue: Glasgow gallery, 193 Bath Street G2 4HU
Entry: Free at all times (no tickets required)
tel: 0141 221 4502

open 6 days a week
Tues - Friday 10.30-5.30
Saturday 11.00 - 5.00
Sunday 12.00 - 5.00
Closed Mondays

1 comment:

  1. I pondered to myself recently what were the most important things in my life. The answer seems to be clear that art was up there in importance. Why? Frankly, I don't really know. May be someone here can enlighten me?
    As was my wont w
    hen I have some free time, I browsed the marvelous site,, where they keep thousands of digital images for customers to select to have printed into handsome canvas prints for their homes.
    This image jumped out to jolt my reveries: Still life with bread, by the Cubist Georges Braque. Is art like this picture, as essential as bread and water, or should I say bread and wine?