Our Christmas exhibition this year is, as usual, a mixed bag of our favourite artists. Drama is provided in the shape of Peter Goodfellow's marvellously textured highland landscapes and by a newcomer to us, Roy Avis, whose studies in oil of Glasgow landmarks at night are a fascinating and exciting exploration of light. The sought-after, peaceful, textured paintings by Peter White continue to draw admiration and exquisitely executed still life oils from Belgium's Tony De Wolf, rarely available in Scotland, have attracted the attention of the serious collectors already.
Naturally no mixed show at Tracey McNee would be complete without the Magic Realism of Alison Dunlop and more and more these days the gothic mindscapes of newcomer Claire McGee. Our adopted Scot, Todd Garner, continues to impress with his juxtaposition of old and new, think Hopper meets Art Deco meets contemporary Glasgow! We have some great small pieces by this popular artist which, we're sure, will be snapped up. In terms of figurative work we are proud to be displaying several key pieces by Cherylene Dyer, paintings which literally drew crowds of admirers at the recent Edinburgh Art Fair. Humour is provided by the crazy dogs, mice, bunnies and polar bears of French artist Hervé Maury, the funky, tightly painted whippets of Paula Zimmerman and Inge Clayton's distinctly European take on sensuality.
As ever there will also be a liberal sprinkling of ceramic work by Olivia Brown and Virginia Dowe-Edwards, bronze sculpture by Sandra Bell and the ever popular hand-made glass of Bob Crooks.
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