George Douglas – Contents Insurance

Monday 16th January - Saturday 11th February 2017
Monday to Saturday 10am - 5pm, free entry

Preview – Saturday 14th January, 3 – 5pm

An exhibition of new print work by George Douglas, created during a month-long residency in Out of the Blue’s riso studio, Out of the Blueprint.

Drawing on a wide range of imagery from historical, figurative and contemporary commercial sources, George’s work mixes found imagery with his own more personal, experimental mark making.

The exhibition includes three new series of work – a series of 10 riso prints called Monster Movie Icons; two mixed media pieces entitled Cabinets, and a third sculptural work, Fully Stocked.

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Set up in 2015 as part of the #artcore youth arts project, Out of the Blueprint is a risograph studio and print service, providing training and employment for young people aged 25 and under, and supporting them with their own creative projects.

Out of the Blueprint is supported by Creative Scotland Time to Shine funding, The Robertson Trust and Big Lottery Young Start.

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