Monthly Archives: July 2012

An interview with Louise Welsh

New novel from author of The Cutting Room Full interview can be read in Newbooks magazine (www.newbooksmag.com) It’s late Friday afternoon and Louise Welsh welcomes me in to her Glasgow home as if she has all the time in the … Continue reading

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Kind of blue velvet

I’ve just arrived home after housesitting a beautiful Glasgow apartment. It’s not the kind of place that’s had money thrown at it, instead, the owners have lavished the high-ceilinged Victorian space with care, thought and consideration, and it more than … Continue reading

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Rising stars at new graduates’ exhibitions

Over the summer, the RGI Kelly Gallery in Douglas Street, Glasgow is hosting not one but a quartet of exhibitions featuring a selection of works from new graduates selected from the degree shows of three institutions in Glasgow. An unrivalled … Continue reading

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Gorgeous Forge

http://www.scotsman.com/scotland-on-sunday/scotland/boconcept-manager-lisa-davis-reveals-scandinavian-style-in-former-forge-1-2386954 I wrote this piece on lovely Lisa’s Davis’ home for Scotland on Sunday’s At Home magazine. When Lisa and Stevie Davis decided to extend their ground floor portion of a converted old forge in Renfrewshire, they didn’t just think … Continue reading

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