'Splash-over' screenprint features in 'Blue' exhibition as part of the University of Stirling's Art Collection's focus on 'The Art of Wellbeing'
"The Art Collection is looking forward to opening its doors again very soon.
Each year, our exhibitions, events and workshops are directly inspired by the research of the University, and in the coming academic year 2021-22 we will focus on health and wellbeing under the umbrella title ‘The Art of Wellbeing’."
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“The physical experience of viewing her work is to recognise as an urbanite, the planes and tones of space and voids around buildings. Large monoliths float and recede in the images and the spaces in between are as important as the structures themselves” - Colin Greenslade, Director of The Royal Scottish Academy.
"In her rather quiet and unstated way she is pushing the boundaries of her media and the tradition in which she works. Stairwell with Soft Linen, for example, combines textile, screen-print and collaged paper, and here this architectural feature is suggested rather than depicted by the use of a cut-out technique."
from Giles Sutherland, The Times, 18 Feb 2019.
Exhibition at Glasgow Print Studio // Preview: Thursday 07 February 6-8pm / Runs: 08 February - 31 March 2019 / Main Gallery
A new body of work exploring the relationship between space (both physically and pictorially), architecture and our immediate surroundings.
Finding overlaps between various different media, including screenprinting, drawing and collage, Lawless responds to the shifts between perspectives, real space and flat surface that she sees in the details and form within architecture, intricate lines, structures and vast space.
Artist Talks @ Glasgow Print Studio
Saturday 09 March 2019
1st Floor Gallery - Admission Free
Hetty Haxworth 12.30 - 1.00pm
Rosalind Lawless 2.00pm - 2.30pm