Resipole Studios is a unique exhibition space and artist-studios in the Highland setting of Argyll on Scotland’s west coast. New Works includes oil paintings, watercolours and pencil drawings of wildlife and landscapes by Colin Woolf, mixed media pieces by Stephen French, inspired by his father’s job at the Singer factory in Clydebank, raku-fired ceramics by Helen Michie inspired by the west coast of Scotland, and floral studies in oil by John Paul Raine.
There is also a joint exhibition of works by artists Anna Bussot and Gill Tyson. Anna is Barcelona-based, and inspired by the west coast of Scotland, her images exploring ‘the abstract sequence marked in the heart of a map’, perception, imagination, and memory. Gill is a printmaker specialising in lithography, dividing her time between Edinburgh and the Morvern peninsula, on Scotland’s west coast, and exploring remote landscapes, distilling images in cool, atmospheric colours.
The Gallery is also presenting Contrasts, showing new works by west coast of Scotland-based painter Andrew Sinclair – his first solo show at the gallery, of work in oils, created during the winter and spring of 2021, inspired by the history, landscape and traditions of the west Highlands, in a chiaroscuro style, with a distinctive palette, juxtaposing shadow and light.
The gallery is hosting an eclectic exhibition showcasing its new arrivals. Works can be purchased in association with the Own Art purchasing scheme – a great way of supporting artists during a difficult time.