Monthly Archives: October 2011

Winter Warmers from BoConcept

  PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: AUTUMN OFFERS ON WINTER WARMERS Fresh from the launch of the new 2011/2012 collection in September BoConcept  is putting the spotlight on some key items which, until November 13th, are available with discounts of between 10% – … Continue reading

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Artists follow in footsteps of The Glasgow Boys

The RGI 150th Annual Show Standing in line at The Mitchell in late September with their paintings and sculptures in everything from bubble wrap and brown paper to Sainsbury’s carrier bags, the artists submitting their work to the RGI’s 2011 … Continue reading

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RGI 150th Annual Show prizewinners

A Scots Quair by Elspeth Lamb     RGI Announces 150th Open Annual Exhibition Prize Winners With some of Scotland’s finest contemporary art set to be showcased at its 150th annual exhibition which opens on Sunday 23 October, The Royal … Continue reading

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Calum Mackenzie at the Kelly Gallery

If you have 15 minutes to spare, then pop along to the Kelly Gallery, 118 Douglas Street, Glasgow to view Calum Mackenzie’s colourful new exhibition. The digitally produced artworks will lift your spirits and make you smile and think. This … Continue reading

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Cushions in the Park

Sometimes you come across stories in the most unexpected places. I was cycling along the herbaceous border path in Kelvingrove Park when I was stopped in my tracks my a benchful of cushions even more colourful than the flowers. The … Continue reading

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Salt & Light – hope on the streets of Glasgow

Sweet Love for Sale This piece appeared in The Herald’s women’s mag Thursday 29th September. If you click on the links, you can view Julie Howden’s brilliant images. Wish I could paste them from the pdfs but I’m a technophobe. … Continue reading

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