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Lockdown Postcards by Cameron Morgan

Artwork of the Week – by Fiona Thornton

This week we look at a lovely series of drawings of different types of flora, by Project Ability artist Fiona Thornton. Fiona created these drawings in response to a selection of images sent to her by one of Project Ability’s…Read On

Lockdown Postcards by Kelly Bowes

This week we look at three colourful postcards made by Project Ability artist Kelly Bowes. We love the colour scheme going on in these playful drawings. The shapes and compositions create a surreal and happy landscape filled with fun, music,…Read On

Crafting with the National Autistic Society

Since summer 2020, our art tutor Tracy has been delivering workshops to the National Autistic Society‘s (NAS) adult craft group. Meeting digitally, Tracy worked with the group using Microsoft Teams. Despite remote working and other pandemic challenges, Tracy developed great…Read On

Artwork of the Week by Bel Pye

This week we look at a powerful but tiny artwork made by Reconnect artist Bel Pye. There is no denying the significance of this small accessory that has now become such an essential part of our lives. Delicately embroidered is…Read On

GSA & Re-Connect Nature Project

Despite the challenges of the past year, we are delighted that we could still work with students from Glasgow School of Art – albeit virtually, with online art sessions hosted over Zoom. Remi, one of this years students, worked with…Read On

Lockdown postcards by Sian Mather

We have another small series to add to our Lockdown Postcard collection. These three drawings have been made by Sian Mather and they add a touch of spring to the wider series of postcards. Sian Mather has an incredible skill…Read On

Amie McSherry in Lockdown

Lockdown has stifled a lot of our normal activities. Most of us have had to stop doing some of the things we love. The artist we look at today, like many artists around the world, has managed to make the…Read On

Andrew Crosbie’s Butterfly Portrait

Today we’re publishing a special blog, showcasing a piece by Andrew Crosbie made in memory of his grandmother. Andrew’s painting is made in watercolour, using his grandmother’s favourite colours. It depicts a butterfly and a sunset to reflect her love…Read On

Artwork of the Week – by Gary Turner

This week our Artwork of the Week is looking at ‘Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts‘, a wonderfully surreal painting by Gary Turner. This watercolour painting depicts an image from ‘Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts’,  the anime-influenced animated television…Read On

A self portrait of a man wearing a face mask with sharp monster teeth

A Year at Home

It has now been a full year since we closed our studio, gallery and office and started working from home. The absolute quality of creativity we have witnessed in the past year exemplifies that art is an essential part of…Read On

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