Monday, 15 April 2013

Paul Furneaux: Pause

Artist and friend, Paul Furneaux, whose work I very much admire and have mentioned many times, is having an exhibition and workshop at House for an Art Lover.

This solo exhibition will feature some of my work developed while on residencies at the Centre for Contemporary Printmaking, Connecticut, USA; Station K Studios, Stavanger, Norway, and most recently at the Centre for Mokuhanga Innovation, Japan. 

Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, House for an Art Lover hosts 'regular art, design and architecture related events in its purpose built studios and seminar rooms.'


Situated in Bellahouston Park, 10 minutes from the centre of Glasgow, the House also 'works closely with the City's department of Land Services' to create Art Park: outdoor installations of art and play objects in the grounds.


And like all good galleries, there is an Art Lovers Cafe and shop!



House For An Art Lover. Cafe Gallery (10 Dumbreck Road, Bellahouston Park, Glasgow G41 5BW)
Private View: Thu 2 May 7-9pm
Mokuhanga Woodcut Demonstration: Thu 2 May 6-7pm (apply directly with House for an Art Lover)
On until 10 June 2013




5 comments :

  1. I like your friends work a lot and House for an art lover looks really beautiful. It somhow reminds me of an old seminar. Look at all those people sitting in the sunshine!

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  2. wow, looks wonderful! And what a great resource for Glasgow to have the House so close...

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  3. I think the photo of people sitting outside in the sun must have been taken many years ago!!

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  4. you mean on the one day of sun in the past decade...?

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  5. Yes, Betsy, that one day when there was sun, it was warm and rain was not imminent!

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