The Yellow Exhibition

The colour yellow is associated with warmth, happiness, fun, friendship, but also with caution and electricity. It is the brightest colour that the human eye can see! It doesn’t have to be bright though, as we will see in some…Read On

Doodle Dips

an exhibition by Jim Feeney Open Wednesday – Saturday, 11 – 5 in the Project Ability gallery, Trongate 103 Entry is free, there is a wheelchair accessible toilet.   See hundreds of Jim’s delicate coloured pencil portraits hung and strung…Read On

Ebb & Flow

In our first gallery show of 2022, our ReConnect artists take inspiration from the newly opened Claypits Nature Reserve in Glasgow, paying tribute to the Forth & Clyde canal – its ripples and reflections, wildlife and architecture. Artists in the…Read On

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Our 100 Portraits

Our 100 Portraits Artists: Judith Abubakar, Richard Anderson, John Cocozza, Andrew Crosbie, Michael Earll, Edward Henry, Doreen Kay, Stuart Low, Nils McDiarmid, Jonathan McKinstry, John McNaught, Cameron Morgan, Paul Rankine, Steven Reilly left: Michael Draper “Tim Burgess”; middle: Stuart Low;…Read On

Are Ye Dancin…….Are Ye Askin? in Glasgow!

– – ‘Are ye dancin?…Are ye askin?’   by Cameron Morgan     Taking inspiration from spirited Scottish ceilidhs, shimmery 80s discos, the sway of South American tangos and the elegant drama of ballet, Cameron Morgan presents a collection of bold,…Read On

As Time Stood Still

 Project Ability would like to present an exhibition of artwork made during Scotland’s lockdown. It goes without saying that 2020 has been a year like no other, and none of us have been unaffected by the upheaval! For many,…Read On

Flashback to February

It’s been awhile since we’ve had the pleasure of presenting an exhibition at the Project Ability gallery! A lot has happened since then, and a lot hasn’t happened. Our studios and workshops have been closed since mid March, along with…Read On

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