Helen Glassford's paintings mould together the sensory and visual world with the fleeting, intangible moments which find their place in her work.
These encounters with her environment are manifested through a variety of mediums, including graphite and scumbled glazes, to react and capture the immensity of nature before her and lend their name to the exhibition.
Glassford seeks to reflect ideas of transience in her landscapes, with a focus on timeless imagery and nameless places. Graphite lines flowing fast or stuttering with interludes and pauses of calm and space act as metaphorical suggestions to transitional spaces.
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Enjoy a lunchtime tour every Thursday at 1pm for the Alan Davie: Beginning of a Far-off World exhibition (Raphael is not included). Spaces are strictly limited so this must be pre-booked in advance.
This exhibition showcases a stunning new collection of fine art oil paintings, canvas and limited edition prints in a series inspired by the beautiful and historic Old Course.