A selection of paintings created by Gray’s graduates has recently been hung in the Level 2 exhibition space in the Ishbel Gordon Building on the RGU campus. The works on display represent just some of the work previously displayed in Neptune Energy’s offices in Aberdeen. (Previously Engie).
The exhibition includes work by Brian Hutcheon, James Tytler, Dougal Mackenzie, Stuart Macdonald, Donna McGlynn and Nicola Williams, these paintings have been displayed in public spaces in the city in recent years. This selection, which in this case, represents collecting at Gray’s School of Art, range from James Tytler’s ‘Tribal Gathering” from 1971 and includes work retained for the collection during the following thirty years. If you feel like seeing the works in the flesh visit the Level 2 space in RGUs Ishbel Gordon Buiding.