Gallery Q, Dundee: 20/20 Vision

Gallery Q, Dundee: 20/20 Vision


As part of its 20th year celebrations, Gallery Q in Dundee presents 20/20 Vision: Mixed Summer Exhibition, which looks back at the history of the gallery and forwards to the future by bringing together long-standing gallery artists and new faces from across the UK. The exhibition will also mark the launch of a new logo and website. Returning artists include painters Francis Boag, Catriona Millar, John Lowrie “Jolomo” Morrison, Claire Harkess and George Gilbert, glassmakers Kim Bramley, Graham Muir and Mike Hunter and ceramicists Helen Kemp and Hilke MacIntytre.

Featured artist Matthew Snowden is new to the gallery and, despite depicting the Scottish landscape for many years, has never exhibited in Scotland before. Other newcomers include painters Dionne Sievewright, Nikki Monaghan and Peter Kettle, ceramicists Meri Wells, Wendy Lawrence, Eric Moss and Mark Smith and Fife glassmaker Charonne Ruth.


Image credit: Mary & Mathilda by Catriona Millar.

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