There is a double showcase at Tatha Gallery in Newport-on-Tay of work by two artists for whom the act of creating is as important as the work they create, the process itself becoming part of the finished piece.
Paul Furneaux: Haru/Spring features the winner of the Tatha Gallery exhibition prize at the 2019 RSA open Exhibition. Furneaux specialises in a wood-block printing process which produces a range of marks and qualities. He takes a playful approach to his work and often a print will come about through a combination of planning and intuitive evolution.
Barry McGlashan: Night Music features the winner of the Tatha Gallery exhibition prize at the 2019 Society of Scottish Artists/Visual Arts Scotland Open Exhibition. McGlashan often uses the blot of one painting as the starting point for another. Intuition, imagination and creative mark-making then come into play and a new piece is born.