Project-Ability, Virtual Exhibition
Flashback to February
21 September – 21 October, 2020
An exhibition featuring a selection of paintings that were made just before the studios closed due to Coronavirus. These are paintings that might have been forgotten, archived away and left unseen. So many exhibitions have been cancelled, and many of these paintings would have found their spotlight by now if not for the upheaval… of just about everything.
Taking this moment to look back at these artworks, and the rare moment in time they now represent to Project Ability.
The sixteen artists, whose work is featured, are all part of Project-Ability’s Aspire workshops which (under usual circumstances) take place throughout the week on the 3rd floor of Trongate 103 in Glasgow’s city centre. All of these paintings are on stretched canvas and were created in their studios in the lead up to March 2020.
Available to purchase
All paintings from this exhibition can now be purchased directly from Project-Ability Online Shop!
If you would like more information about any of the artworks, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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