Norman Kirkham, In Conversation RGI, Kelly Gallery, Glasgow

Tuesday 20th May – Artist Talk to coincide with Solo Exhibition

“I wakened up one morning in 1975, realising that life was passing me by, and that if I
was going to achieve anything, I had to give up the day job and make a commitment to painting.
I love painting. The smell of linseed oil and turpentine. The tactile quality of paint.”
(Norman Kirkham)

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Norman Kirkham graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 1958.  He has exhibited both nationally
and internationally and his work is in a wealth of collections that include HRH The Duke of Edinburgh’s
and Glasgow’s Peoples Palace.  Elected an artist member of the RGI in 1987, he is a past Artist Convenor – known then as Honorary Secretary – responsible for the RGI’s Annual Exhibitions.
Norman is also a past President of the Glasgow Art Club.  

Join us, in conversation, on 20th May
with coffee and homebaking at 10.30am, talk starting at 11am.  

£5 for members / £6 for non members/ £10 for two people.
Please contact the Kelly Gallery to book your place.

Exhibition continues until 31 May.

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