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Exhibition: Interactions of Colour

Image: Detail of 'Glasgow – A Historical Abstraction' by Jane Bannister.

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RGI Graduate Award 2020 Winners Announced

Charlotte Hayes, Charlotte Roberts & Megan Squire

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The Royal Glasgow Institute of The Fine Arts

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Current Exhibition

Interactions of colour: Small works, big on colour

Saturday 5 December - Wednesday 29 January 2020

In focus: Artist of the Month

Sean Ellcombe

Sean Ellcombe is a Glasgow born and based artist. He specialises in a painting practice, and installation developments around the history and physiologies of the painted surface.

Ellcombe will be showcasing new works in Window Works at the RGI Kelly Gallery in October 2020. Find out more here.

About RGI Gallery

Who We Are: The Royal Glasgow Institute is an independent organisation promoting and encouraging Scotland’s contemporary art and artists. It is the third largest organisation of its kind in the UK.

What We Do: We organise open exhibitions which means that anyone can show and sell their art work once selected.

How We Do It: The Royal Glasgow Institute organises the largest and most prestigious Annual Exhibition in Scotland, which is open to all artists, with some 17 awards of cash prizes – one for a first-time exhibitor – as well as opportunities for solo exhibitions. We offer Exhibition opportunities at our wholly owned and managed Gallery in Glasgow’s City Centre – The Royal Glasgow Institute Kelly Gallery. We encourage young people to enjoy art through our highly respected education programme.

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