Her work utilises the plastics, metals and glass which find their way from all corners of the world to the beaches of Skye.
Climate change-the plastic age is a large, colourful, woven sculpture of a female form reaching skyward imploring the gods for help.
It is currently on tour throughout Scotland.
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Join Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham at The Mitchell Theatre in Glasgow on Friday 26th August for a night not to be missed!
This all-singing all-dancing show will have you dancing in the aisles! Don't miss The Jerseys at the Mitchell Theatre on Friday 16th September 2022!
The Forbidden Nights Tour is coming to Glasgow's Mitchell Theatre with a brand new high-octane show, guaranteed to get your pulse racing!
The Glasgow Gallery of Photography is pleased to announce On a Good Day, You Can See France, the first solo exhibition in a UK public gallery of work by French American photographer Marianne Dissard.