From her studio in Glasgow’s leafy West End Muriel Barclay produces her joyful canvases. Inspired by the works of Degas, Matisse and Manet as well as her fellow countrymen the Glasgow Boys and the Scottish Colourists, she has become a highly sought after figurative painter of some repute. Her fascination with the elegance and complexity of the human form is evident in her large paintings of dancers and couples entwined and trusting in each other for...Read More
This series plays with the ideas of ‘subject’ and ‘being’. Each work places the sitter momentarily in the space and emphasises both the anchored figure and the enveloping quality of the atmosphere, suggesting a brief and interrupted quiescence. Reductive marks are used to create an elemental impression of the figure, and the surface of the painting unified to accentuate its artificial nature. Details are all but eliminated to make way for form and colour, inviting further visual enquiry and a contradictory glimpse of the person. Some works are studies while others portraits, more often non-specific maintaining the privacy of the individual and their world; possibly the real attraction of portraiture. Woman In Profile Woman (Green Blouse) Head Of A Man David Chris Red Flower Boy Head Of A Woman Man With Palette Olivia Paper...Read More
Alex Milsom was born and raised in New Zealand where she studied Visual Arts in Auckland majoring in Printmaking. In 2006 she embarked on a period of foreign travel which took her eventually to Glasgow where she was based for several years before returning to her native New Zealand. Milsom works extensively in mezzotint responding to it’s velvety blackness and intimate scale to produce her dreamlike images. A world of childhood narrative inspired by stories told to her by her grandmother. These fairytales are acted out with human and animal characters that address issues based upon the human condition. Alix milsom 2 Alex Milsom 5 Alex Milsom 1 Alex Milsom...Read More
Mansfield Park Gallery is home to the best in contemporary Scottish Art.
From our location in the heart of Glasgow’s vibrant West End you can see artwork by Scotland’s finest artists as well as showcasing the best up-and-coming new artistic talent.
Mansfield Park Gallery now also offers a bespoke picture framing service.
In addition to our changing exhibition program, we also carry a permanent stock of original art prints and ceramics.
Mansfield Park Gallery is delighted to host and exhibition of new work by Cate Inglis and Andrew Squire, two artist who in their own very different styles celebrate their love of Glasgow and the urban environment, and who see beauty in it’s decay and imperfections. In addition to the paintings on display the gallery will also be exhibiting the sculptures of Andy Scott, Andy is a world renowned sculptor famous for many public commissions including ‘The Kelpies’ – the largest equine sculptures in the world.