• Aerial view of a landscape with a green coloured waterway with three small islands and a larger rocky, beige and grey beach. There are several people walking on the beach.

    Meet the 2020 RGI Graduate Award Winners: Charlotte Roberts

    The RGI Graduate Award is awarded to emerging artists at the GSA Degree show, in recognition of outstanding work. The three recipients, Charlotte Hayes, Megan Squire and Charlotte Elizabeth, are all recent graduates from The Glasgow School of Art (GSA). The winners, from the School of Fine Arts, were selected by the RGI artist judging …

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  • Young Adults Photography Open Call

    Photography Open Call:  Year of Coasts and Waterways 2021 Got the photography skills to be part of a gallery exhibition? With the extended lockdowns due to the pandemic, the RGI would like to help everyone get outdoors and celebrate Scotland’s Year of Coasts and Waterways. Do you have a favourite spot or location in Scotland …

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  • Online Exhibition Launch: Herstory: A Decade on 6th March 2021

    Saturday 6 March – Monday 22 March 2021 Herstory Portrait –  A Decade on. To celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD) on the 8th March 2021 the RGI are proud to present, in collaboration with the artist Sharon Thomas, an online exhibition honouring the painting series ‘Herstory Portrait – A Decade On’. ‘Herstory Portrait’ is an art …

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  • New Works on the RGI Online Shop

    Header image: ‘The Light at the Loch’ by John Martin Fulton. Oil on canvas, framed size: 58 x 78 x 4cm.   ‘Aonach Eagach Ridge’ by Iona Kewney. Oil pastel and pen on paper, unframed 60 x 42cm. Although the Kelly Gallery is still closed due to the pandemic, the RGI will continue to bring artwork into …

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  • Norman Kirkham RGI (1936-2021)

    “I wakened up one morning in 1975, realising that life was passing me by, and that if I was going to achieve anything, I had to give up the day job and make a commitment to painting. I love painting. The smell of linseed oil and turpentine. The tactile quality of paint.” – Norman Kirkham …

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  • A woman stands in front of two paintings. She is holding her phone out in front of her taking a photograph of a colourful work of art of a landscape.

    New RGI Membership Benefit for 2021

    Online Shop Benefit For 2021 we are adding a new membership benefit of showcasing and selling members’ works on the RGI online shop. Each member will be allowed to submit two works per year to be added to the online shop throughout the year. If you would like your work to be added for the …

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  • Christmas Break 22nd December – 12th January 2021

    Dear Friends, Thank you very much for all of your support during these very strange and often trying times. We are currently putting finishing touches together for our 2021 exhibition calendar and more updates will follow in the New Year. As you can guess, it has been quite difficult to plan during the Covid pandemic …

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  • Covid-19 Restrictions – Update Tier 4 Lockdown

    Dear Friends, As you may already know Glasgow and another 10 areas are to go back into Tier 4 lockdown this Friday (20th November) at 6pm until the 11th December (earliest). As such the RGI Kelly Gallery will once again close its doors until it is safe to reopen. Our upcoming Interactions of Colour: Small …

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  • 2020 Winter Exhibition Announced!

    “In visual perception a colour is almost never seen as it really is – as it physically is……In order to use colour effectively it is necessary to recognize that colour deceives continually.” —Josef Albers The RGI Kelly Gallery are happy to announce the third exhibition of RGI members works for 2020. In reference to Josef …

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