. But it is worth remembering that "traditional" becomes a derogatory term only when the "new" is feted above all else. Take James McNaught, whose strange landscapes evoke the surrealism of the films of Buuel. The Lost City is a beautifully executed fantasy of Venice, an opening into a world of stories: a steamboat loaded with priests, an abandoned pram by the waterside, a scatter of white pages on the street. McNaught is a mature artist, but his work Nike Air Max Women Dark Blue has a crispness and weirdness which feels highly (for lack of a better word) contemporary. Or take RD Murray, a fine expressionist painter who draws on landscape, weather and seasons, working over a canvas time and again with a vivacious, painterly hand. I googled him and got not Cheap Nike Air Max Womens Uk
a single hit. Or take an artist like John MacKechnie, who has spent much of his working life running Glasgow Print Studio. His prints of sand at the water's edge have a freshness and simplicity which can only come from a deep understanding of craft and medium. There are many strands one could follow through this show, but one of the most fruitful seems to be McNaught's strand of dark fantasy.
great unknown: Alice heading for Wonderland and Little Red Riding Hood heading into the forest. Emma S. Davis' Wonderland is a still life, but with a bottle ("Drink me") and cup cakes ("Eat me"). Alan King's firebreather in Bonfire of the Vanities, and two harlequin figures holding flowers also seemed to be framed in their own narratives.
Symbolism is a strong thread here, with Gordon Mitchell another master of the surreal touch. He paints a line of rowing boats, neatly upturned on a smooth beach except that one of them is in the sky. Richard Wiatrek is another fine painter, his Taking the Air is a beautifully executed painting of two young Cheap Nike Air Max Womens Size 10
women walking into a strange, seaside landscape. Marj Bond has a rich painterly language of her own drawn from myths and icons. Yet, somehow, if you were dropped from outer space into this exhibition, you'd still know you were in Glasgow. Many artists here paint the city, from its shipyards and cranes to its parks and rooftops. Patricia Cain, who carried out a major painting project during the building of the Riverside Museum, is drawn to explore the city's architecture. James Tweedie brings a touch of symbolism to his vision of the ci.
It crops up again and again, from Alice McMurrough's macabre The First Supper, to Helen Flockhart's Jenny's Seldom Dry, an impressive picture in which a couple embrace in front of a field of ripening wheat. Heather Nevay's The Accomplice references early portraiture, with its childlike faces and stiff lace collars, but the longer you look the stranger it becomes. Saul Robertson's A House by the Sea shows a construction built from children's wooden blocks, teacups, sugar cubes and ice cream cones, with a roof of toast and Scrabble tiles. The two occupants look out to sea, standing solemnly hand in hand on a domino. It's beautifully executed, and a little foreboding too. Elspeth Lamb's evocative prints show young women entering the Nike Air Max Women 2015 Price
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