Interviews with Double Vision artists, Rebecca Dick and William Dick.
Two generations of artists, Rebecca Dick and William Dick, with differing visions and thoughts on the language of sculpture and painting.Both artists respond to nature and the everyday environment using differing art forms to produce works that transcend the illustrative, by the production process, and offer themselves as physical objects.
Rebecca Dick produces sculpture that is non-functional by making the viewer aware of the colour and shape of everyday things. Her work responds to nature and man-made structures and materials by examining the powerful pull between these elements. The exhibited work has been created specifically within the gallery space.
William Dick’s geometric abstract paintings are inspired by both prehistoric and ancient symbols, and a fascination with the geological transformation of the landscape. These works transcend the illustrative, treating drawing as a mark making process and offering themselves as physical objects.
Exhibition continues until 2nd February 2017
Tuesday – Saturday
10am – 1pm and 2pm – 5pm
Contact num: 0141 956 5536
Lillie Art Gallery- Station Rd, Milngavie, Glasgow G62 8BZ, Scotland,
Free admission – Shop – Disabled Access – Car Park
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