Glasgow based artist and illustrator Jennifer Robertson has opened her latest exhibition “Extrication” in our Skypark 1 gallery space. The collection of work is inspired by the way in which people take comfort from everyday situations by channelling the positive influences around them.
“Each piece of work within the exhibition represents various sources of comfort in life,” says Jennifer, “the means by which people can extricate themselves from negative situations, emotions and thought patterns. These include travel, nature and positive relationships with others. I find that inner strength is cultivated from, and galvanised by, the people, activities and environment you engage with.”
“I hope that people will be able to take some time out to visit the exhibition and be inspired by their own everyday situations as they go about their work” she finished.
Jennifer prefers to use dry media in her work, including Pro Markers, biro and pencil. She has exhibited widely across Glasgow, at such venues as The Six Foot Gallery, the Glasgow Art Club and the Argyll Chambers and has been commissioned to complete pieces of art by various organisations, including Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Phoenix Futures and the Paisley Local Historical Society.
The show runs from March 9th to April 28th and will comprise a mix of originals and large, high quality prints, all of new work. Prices will range from £150 to £350.