Landscapes, People, Buildings
Landscapes, People, Buildings is an exhibition of new work by Ewan Murray that examines the material qualities and illusionistic potential of painting. Ewan thinks of painting as a way to structure and find meaning in the things that we see. An explorative studio practice and engagement with the history of the medium are central to the development of his work. His paintings are often small in scale, and pay close attention to formal editing processes such as cutting, erasure and collage. The works in the exhibition consider the construction of traditional easel painting supports and set up dialogues between abstract marks, depictions of figures, architecture, and pictorial space.
Friday 7 April, 6 – 9pm
Saturday 8 April – Sunday 30 April
Fri – Sun, 12-5pm or by appointment
Ewan Murray is a Glasgow based-painter, born in Falkirk in 1991 and now living and working in Glasgow. Following his studies at The Glasgow School of Art between 2009 and 2013 he has exhibited across the UK with recent projects taking place at Hospitalfield, Arbroath and The Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
This exhibition forms the first in our 2017-18 programme. The Telfer Gallery would like to thank Perpetuant Designs in acting as our new graphic design partner, and providing us with a fresh visual identity as we continue and expand on our mission within the new programme.
The Telfer Gallery is supported by Many Studios CIC