Exhibition Gallery

Group13 Artists - Haiku Exhibition - Monday 5th November until Saturday 1st December, 2012

Duration:   Monday 5th November until Saturday 1st December, 2012   Opening:   Saturday 3rd November 2012 at 3pm
Location:   The Gallery and Billiard Room
The Glasgow Art Club
185 Bath Street
Glasgow
G2 4HU
Tel: 0141 248 5210
  Opened by:   Lesley Duncan, Poetry Editor, The Herald on Saturday 3rd November 2012 at 3pm.
Public access:   Admission Free. Open to the public between the hours of: 11am - 6pm except Sundays.

On arrival at the Club, you can ring the doorbell for public access.
  Paintings:   The paintings are for sale.

If you are interested in the purchase of any painting, please see a member of staff.

Or you can contact the Club by telephone or by completing the Contact Form on the Contact Page.
             

Background:

Background In 2010 a group of artists was invited to exhibit in an exhibition at Kelvingrove entitled The River Runs Through It. The brief was to create work inspired by the Clyde and the Riverside Museum, which was at that point, unfinished.

Some months ago, Liz Knox and Jan Patience were chatting and decided it would be a great progression from this to ask some of the exhibitors to re-assemble for another Glasgow inspired exhibition.

So, 13 visual artists were approached, hence Group13 Artists, and one writer – Jan Patience. Jan is submitting lots of haikus and since all the painters have been challenged to produce haikus, she has been challenged to create a visual.

Rules

Each painting/ visual has to have as its title a haiku written by the artist. All works must have some connection between the artist and the City of Glasgow.

It may be that for some works the haiku came first, for others, the visual image was first.

Artists involved in alphabetical order:

Sue Biazotti, Colin Brown, Michael G Clark, Annette Edgar, Charles Jamieson, Adam Kennedy, Paul Kennedy, John Kingsley, Liz Knox, Ruth Nicol, Jan Patience, Katie Pope, Rachael Rebus, Alasdair Wallace.

Here are some of the Paintings Exhibited - [Click on the thumbnails to display larger images]

 
1. Alang Argyle St Under Heilimans brolly I shoogle homeward by Paul-Kennedy, 20x20 £1200
 
2. As with the shower Lurching above the waters So was the blossom by Rachael Rebus, 16 x 20 in Oil on Canvas £1000
 
3. Beginnings by Sue Biazotti, £3600 Oil on linen 46x48 in
 
4. blue coat in Glasgow a Yevtushenko poem waiting by the Clyde by Liz Knox, oil on canvas 10 x 10 in
 
5. Bowling wrecks sit tight A journey now forgotten Metals rest in peace by Paul-Kennedy, 12x16 £900
1. Alang Argyle St Under Heilimans brolly I shoogle homeward by Paul-Kennedy, 20x20 £1200 2. As with the shower Lurching above the waters So was the blossom by Rachael Rebus, 16 x 20 in Oil on Canvas £1000 3. Beginnings by Sue Biazotti, £3600 Oil on linen 46x48 in 4. blue coat in Glasgow a Yevtushenko poem waiting by the Clyde by Liz Knox, oil on canvas 10 x 10 in 5. Bowling wrecks sit tight A journey now forgotten Metals rest in peace by Paul-Kennedy, 12x16 £900
 
6. Brick Twins sit facing Separated by river The first Clyde tunnel by Paul Kennedy, £1200
 
7.Buchanan Street by Sue Biazotti, Charcoal and pastel on linen £2250
 
8. Clouds flow pushed along By lochs skies and untamed bough Holding reflections by Rachael Rebus, 12 x 10 in Oil on Canvas £550
 
9. Cold wet Glasgow by Annette Edgar, 34 ins x 38 ins oil on panel
 
10. Glasgow Haiku Il: Idling, rushing folk Passing through, returning home Hustle bustle, calm by Michael G Clark PAI, etching limited edition of 10, Framed £300
6. Brick Twins sit facing Separated by river The first Clyde tunnel by Paul Kennedy, £1200 7.Buchanan Street by Sue Biazotti, Charcoal and pastel on linen £2250 8. Clouds flow pushed along By lochs skies and untamed bough Holding reflections by Rachael Rebus, 12 x 10 in Oil on Canvas £550 9. Cold wet Glasgow by Annette Edgar, 34 ins x 38 ins oil on panel 10. Glasgow Haiku Il: Idling, rushing folk Passing through, returning home Hustle bustle, calm by Michael G Clark PAI, etching limited edition of 10, Framed £300
 
11. Glasgow Haiku I: Elegant Station Greetings, farewells, smiles and tears Coffee, croissants, pies by Michael G Clark PAI, etching limited edition of 10, Framed £300
 
12. Glasgows Giverny nae lilies on the Clyde but it is beautiful by Charles Jamieson, 10 in x 8 in oil on board
 
13. Green branches still bare We walked down to the loch And saw Spring appear by Rachael-Rebus, 7 x 6 in Watercolour on Paper £275
 
14. haven within enclave enclaves within enclosure singular escape by Liz Knox oil on canvas 30 x 36 in
 
15. here waiting watching now reflecting on the river and remembering by Liz Knox oil on canvas 12 x 16 in
11. Glasgow Haiku I: Elegant Station Greetings, farewells, smiles and tears Coffee, croissants, pies by Michael G Clark PAI, etching limited edition of 10, Framed £300 12. Glasgows Giverny nae lilies on the Clyde but it is beautiful by Charles Jamieson, 10 in x 8 in oil on board 13. Green branches still bare We walked down to the loch And saw Spring appear by Rachael-Rebus, 7 x 6 in Watercolour on Paper £275 14. haven within enclave enclaves within enclosure singular escape by Liz Knox oil on canvas 30 x 36 in 15. here waiting watching now reflecting on the river and remembering by Liz Knox oil on canvas 12 x 16 in
 
16. Hope Street winter lll by Sue Biazotti, Oil on linen 12x8 in £1350
 
17. Hope Street winter ll by Sue Biazotti, Oil on linen 12x8 in £1350
 
18. Hope Street winter l by Sue Biazotti, Oil on linen 12x8 in £1350
 
19. Hope Street winter lV by Sue Biazotti, Oil on linen 12x8 in £1350
 
20. Hope Street winter V by Sue Biazotti , Oil on linen 12x8 in £1350
16. Hope Street winter lll by Sue Biazotti, Oil on linen 12x8 in £1350 17. Hope Street winter ll by Sue Biazotti, Oil on linen 12x8 in £1350 18. Hope Street winter l by Sue Biazotti, Oil on linen 12x8 in £1350 19. Hope Street winter lV by Sue Biazotti, Oil on linen 12x8 in £1350 20. Hope Street winter V by Sue Biazotti , Oil on linen 12x8 in £1350
 
21. I know where you are softly softly I find you velvety thistle by Jan Patience, 42cm x29.5cm Ink on digital print
 
22. in the winter wood theres a steady hum as Glasgow wakes up by Jan Patience, 42cm x 29.5cm Ink on digital print
 
23. Memories chaptered As she slices through the clyde A home for my heart Paul Kennedy 30x34 £2400
 
24. Moon to Morning Annette Edgar 34 ins x 38 ins oil on panel
 
25. our mean streets twinned with palm fringed Havana hemingway ya bass by Charles-Jamieson, 12in x 10in oil on board
21. I know where you are softly softly I find you velvety thistle by Jan Patience, 42cm x29.5cm Ink on digital print 22. in the winter wood theres a steady hum as Glasgow wakes up by Jan Patience, 42cm x 29.5cm Ink on digital print 23. Memories chaptered As she slices through the clyde A home for my heart Paul Kennedy 30x34 £2400 24. Moon to Morning Annette Edgar 34 ins x 38 ins oil on panel 25. our mean streets twinned with palm fringed Havana hemingway ya bass by Charles-Jamieson, 12in x 10in oil on board
 
26. quickly grab that booth one Margarita and a pint of Guinness please by Charles Jamieson, 9in x 7in oil on board
 
27. The rain would not stop I was looking out from shore All the time it rained by Rachael Rebus, 24 x 33 in Oil on Canvas £1800
 
28. Through thickets bare Grew wild and green all along swaying by the loch by Rachael Rebus, 20x 20 in Oil on Canvas £1000
 
29. To Auchenshuggle Flashes of Green and Orange A Southern journey by Paul-Kennedy, 28x30 £2400
 
30. ucs faces on camera in all too vivid black and white by Jan Patience, 42cm x29.5cm Ink-on digital print
26. quickly grab that booth one Margarita and a pint of Guinness please by Charles Jamieson, 9in x 7in oil on board 27. The rain would not stop I was looking out from shore All the time it rained by Rachael Rebus, 24 x 33 in Oil on Canvas £1800 28. Through thickets bare Grew wild and green all along swaying by the loch by Rachael Rebus, 20x 20 in Oil on Canvas £1000 29. To Auchenshuggle Flashes of Green and Orange A Southern journey by Paul-Kennedy, 28x30 £2400 30. ucs faces on camera in all too vivid black and white by Jan Patience, 42cm x29.5cm Ink-on digital print
 
31. We found wild flowers Through the colours of the hours And gaps in the pool by Rachael Rebus, 16 x 22 in Oil on Canvas £1000
 
32. White Wedding (after Whistler at the Huntarian): Master of colour A meticulous palette James McNeill Whistler by Michael G Clark PAI, 24x24 in oil on linen £2200
 
33. You misunderstand Everyone loves Everyone No one likes you but by Alasdair Wallace acrylic on board 30 x 25 cm £750
 
34. your winter meadow is still quiet buzzing with underground lifeblood by Jan-Patience 42cm x29.5cm Ink on digital print
 
35. star struck city bright night bling raining music by Annette Edgar
31. We found wild flowers Through the colours of the hours And gaps in the pool by Rachael Rebus, 16 x 22 in Oil on Canvas £1000 32. White Wedding (after Whistler at the Huntarian): Master of colour A meticulous palette James McNeill Whistler by Michael G Clark PAI, 24x24 in oil on linen £2200 33. You misunderstand Everyone loves Everyone No one likes you but by Alasdair Wallace acrylic on board 30 x 25 cm £750 34. your winter meadow is still quiet buzzing with underground lifeblood by Jan-Patience 42cm x29.5cm Ink on digital print 35. star struck city bright night bling raining music by Annette Edgar
 
36. shadows dance on jewel river a night bus leaves by Annette Edgar
     
36. shadows dance on jewel river a night bus leaves by Annette Edgar    
 
 
 
 
 
                 
 

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