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 of the many artworks that will be on show.
With this exhibition we are celebrating the colour yellow, and everything it brings to mind. For The Yellow Exhibition, we invited all of the artists working in the Project Ability studios to submit artworks along the theme. We also extended a special invitation to our friends over in Edinburgh, working in the Garvald studios.
The artworks in this exhibition cross all mediums and styles, which is often the case when we have a large group exhibition like this. We love to see what the artists have been inspired to create along a specific theme, and a broad theme such as this one allows for each artist to bring their own aesthetic to the gallery.
View the exhibition in this virtual gallery,
Andrew Boyle, Alan Dott, Alan McGillveray, Alice Wilson, Allan Oates, Allan Oattes, Amie McSherry, Andrew Crosbie, Bel Pye, Cameron Morgan, Celine Mcilmunn, Christopher Newman, David Bradley, David Willis, Dylan Mackenzie, Erin Keogh, Euan Malloy, Fiona Rintoul, Gillian Westwater, Greg Coultas, Ian Bruin, Jan Thomson, Jaqui Smyth, Jim Feeney, John Black, John Cocozza, Jonathan McKinstry, Joseph Sharpe, Katy Barton, Kwok Kin Chan, Marina Devlin, Mhairi Macdonald, Morag MacGilchrist, Richard Anderson, Ronald McCulloch, Ruth Mutch, Ryan Coyle, Scott Smith, Sian Mather, Simon McAuley, Steven Reilly, Struan Rob, Stuart Low, Tommy Clark
28 May – 2 July 11-5, Wednesday – Saturday
Trongate 103, 1st Floor
Free entry / wheelchair accessible toilet and lift to first floor gallery