Our 100 Portraits
left: Cameron Morgan “Heather”; right: John Cocozza
Our 100 Portraits is a celebration of the learning disabled community
Our artists spent time exploring the history and traditions of portraiture to enable them to use this mode to tell the stories of the people who populate their worlds – be that family, friends, support workers or famous (sometimes fictional) idols.
Working with socially distanced sketches, zoom sittings and photographs of far-flung loved ones, our artists have captured a snapshot of Scotland’s learning disabled community during the pandemic.
We look forward to welcoming visitors to this stylistically diverse exhibition. Expect to see: Morgan’s playful humour; Kay’s colourful figurative compositions; McNaught’s depth and precision; McKinstry’s expressive vibrancy; and Rankin’s delicate touch – alongside pieces by guest artists from within and outwith our studios.
Our 100 Portraits is funded by The National Heritage Lottery Fund.
Visiting hours: 11am-5pm Wednesday – Saturday | 10 September – 9 October | Trongate 103
Access: Our gallery space at Trongate 103 is wheelchair accessible. There is an accessible toilet.