A Tale of Two Cities, Thistle Gallery, Park Road, 8th – 23 April, 2017

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Eric J Coolen

Eric J Coolen

Thistle Gallery, Scottish Contemporary Art
56 Park Road, Glasgow G4 9JF
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A Tale of Two Cities

Eleven Glasgow artists portray their city in oils, acrylics and photographs featuring the work of Cecilia Cardiff, Paul Kennedy, Kristina Dickson, Peter Nardini, Irene Gall, James Somerville Lindsay, Leanna Dawson, Stephen Murray, Michael Murison, Peter Murray and Andy Hurst.

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Depicting familiar scenes from of our 'dear green place' as well as some rather more unfamiliar ones, each artist's exhibits reflect their interpretation of a vibrant city with its unique sense  of purpose and place and the people within it who call it home.

Paul KennedyAndy HurstMichael Murison

This fascinating Exhibition will also incorporate the distinctive art work of award winning accomplished Dutch artist Eric J Coolen in a unique cross cultural collaboration exploring the architectural similarities between the two cities of Glasgow and Haarlem.

Thistle Gallery, Scottish Contemporary Art, Park Road, Glasgow

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