Monthly Archives: June 2011

A very nice house in the country

Fixed price: £169,995 After many years of rural bliss in Blanefield, the baby boomer owners of this carefully tended two-bedroom property are set to sample urban life and relocating to Glasgow. If you are looking for a low maintenance rural … Continue reading

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New Graduates Show at RGI Kelly

    150 years of THE ROYAL GLASGOW INSTITUTE OF THE FINE ARTS     New Graduates 2011 Exhibition: 28 June – 9 July Preview: Thursday 30 June, 5 -7pm -  All welcome At the Kelly Gallery With two former … Continue reading

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Artist talk & artisan coffee Saturday 2 July

In short order – if you like art, chocolate, cakes & good coffee, then drop by at www.scotlandart.com‘s gallery on 193 Bath Street Glasgow G3 8YJ this Saturday at 11.30. Savour an artist’s talk from Joe O’Brien who is currently … Continue reading

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Brothers in Art – the Kennedys

The Kennedy Brothers @ Glasgow Art Club This July, Glasgow Art Club is hosting the first joint exhibition of two Glasgwegian artists, the Kennedy brothers, Adam and Paul. The famous club, where the original Glasgow Boys worked and played, is … Continue reading

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Interior Designer’s Coastal Cottage to Let

  How does a break in a detached cottage with an Aga, open fire and wood burning stove just a minute’s walk from one of Scotland’s most beautiful beaches sound? The owner of Foreman’s Cottage (www.foremanscottage.co.uk) Pat Renson (www.patrensoninteriors.co.uk) is … Continue reading

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Caledonian Chic

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  Over the past few years, home-grown fashion designers such as Christopher Kane and Deryck Walker have carved out international reputations for their innovative style, while the late Alexander McQueen frequently referenced his Celtic heritage in collections. It’s an equally … Continue reading

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At home with artist Annette Edgar

When artist Annette Edgar moved into her 1920’s west Glasgow home 16 years ago and started pulling up the carpets, she uncovered an unexpected house warming present in the shape of a four-leaf clover. Not that Annette needed confirmation that … Continue reading

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The Cameron Family

          This is my grandmother Daisy Cameron (she’s the little girl in the white pinafore on the extreme left) and her mother & father John & Mary Cameron, with her brothers and sisters pictured under a … Continue reading

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Say goodbye to Habitat

Say Goodbye to Habitat Sad but not surprised to hear the news of Habitat’s of demise. Lately, it’s not always been that easy to get hold of particular products in-store, although that’s not to say that staff aren’t helpful, and … Continue reading

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Velour upholstery

Remember the Dickie Bird character, the Glaswegian DJ played by Bill Paterson in Bill Forsyth’s Comfort & Joy? When his car became a target in the ‘ice-cream wars’, his mission was to remove ice-cream stains from velour upholstery. I love … Continue reading

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