OFF GRID - Paintings by Alistair Dickson
OFF GRID is an exhibition of abstract and symbolic paintings and drawings in various media by Alistair Dickson at Gallowgate Artists Studios.
About OFF GRID - Paintings by Alistair Dickson
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This event is housed in an unusual venue within Artists Studios. An exhibition of abstract and symbolic paintings and drawings in various media with personal and universal associations to emotions, memory, dreams, loss, experiences mundane and spiritual.
Alistair Dickson is a trained and experienced artist, lecturer and therapist. Alumini of Glasgow School of Art who has worked and exhibited in London and Glasgow.
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