EXHIBITIONS

See our 2024 Exhibition Schedule here.

Our Current Exhibition: Kavitha Kumar
Tues Feb 13th – Fri Mar 1st 2024


Upcoming Exhibitions

MulticulturAlba Open Call


Past Exhibitions

Modern Dragons by Gordy Craw
26th January 2024 – 9th February 2024


In this exhibition, Gordy Craw poses the questions: if dragons were created from our modern psyche, what form might they take? 

‘People’ by Rothnie
11th January 2024 – 25th January 2024


A vivid and sumptuous collection of multicultural mixed media portraiture from local artist, Rothnie.

Warm Voices
7th December 2023 – 9th January 2024


Featuring twenty-five artists exhibiting in a range of mediums, including sculpture, book arts, collage, jewellery, photography, painting, illustration, printing, and etching.

CURIoS
14th November – 5th December 2023


An eclectic exhibition of diverse contemporary artworks, bringing together exploratory and abstract art from seven very different artists.

Hostile Architecture
25th October – 9th November 2023


A series of perfectly complimentary gritty architectural photographs and sculptures by Andrew Henderson and Mirren Pope.

Jo Sunshine & Su E Side
21st September – 13th October 2023


A wonderfully contrasting collection of lino prints and large scale monochrome paintings, and vibrant mixed media drawings from two prolific artists.

Unknown Errors | What Do People Make Of Glasgow?
29th Aug – 19th Sept 2023


An open call providing a platform for people to question, champion and process their feelings about Glasgow through art.

INFRARED
4th August – 24th August 2023


Kirsty Walker, Charlotte Geekie, Suzie McGhee, Eve Ross, Lena Lee, Amy Dixon, Vangelis Gavrill, Rachel Stewart

CONTINUALISM
8th July – 3rd August 2023


Damo Beeson, Damien Donnelly, Tam Treanor, Frieda Kaiser Treanor, and Zewen Lai

SUMMER OPEN CALL
13th June – 6th July 2023


Abdul Malik, Alexandra Bethwaite, Douglas Findlay,El Relleno, J Suyi, Jack Ravi, Julie Paterson, Kirstie McKeen, Lindsay Hamilton, Lisa Brown, Meig Sutherland, Olga Dean Hart, Paige Wood, Phillit Purrman, Sam Currie, Valerie Stevens

‘Inside Out
Carys Reilly & Brian Daines

Spring Exhibition 2023

5th April – 24th April

CATHERINE MCEACHERN AND SCOTT FORREST

10 FEBRUARY – 7 MARCH

Scott’s practice is grounded in intuitive mark-making, using call and response to create shape, line and colour in paint and mixed media. He creates large-scale open-ended paintings, building layers and creating tension between what is seen and what remains hidden beneath the surface.

Catherine works in a large scale, painting acrylic on canvas. Her work is abstract and evocative of dream landscapes.

My work is largely inspired by the ocean, beaches and landscapes. Having grown up in a rural village on a Scottish island, I’ve always been drawn to natural forms, and see the beauty in their differences.”

SOPHIE GRINDLAY

19 JANUARY – 7 FEBRUARY

Various works, Sophia Grindlay

Sophie is an artist, designer & people watcher. She explores humanity’s compulsion to accumulate material using vivid colours, intriguing patterns & textures. She investigates ways to create work from repurposing material and navigating her practice responsibly.

2022

A HAZY SHADE OF WINTER

26 NOVEMBER – 9 JANUARY

ALISDAIR DIMMICK SOLO SHOW

1 NOVEMBER – 23 NOVEMBER

Alasdair Dimmick (b. 1993 Glasgow, Scotland) is an artist who began exploring double-exposure images at the beginning of the pandemic.

He uses 35mm black and white film to capture his images.
He then experiments and combines analogue and digital techniques to create surreal compositions.

Alasdair has had a lifelong passion for surrealist art and photography.

ZARA SMITH SOLO SHOW

7 OCTOBER – 28 OCTOBER

Zara’s practice explores emotions through place-making.
By investigating the natural materials of a site, she reimagines objects relating to a place or memory to create new realities and objects. The meditative process involved in the creation of her work is the common thread running through this diverse and exciting show.

A U T U M N EXHIBITION

16 SEPTEMBER – 3 OCTOBER

Our Autumn Exhibition is dedicated to a display of work by artists from any background at any stage in their career from across the UK.

CHRIS SILVER

26 AUGUST – 9 SEPTEMBER

With influences from impressionism, fauvism and postmodernism, Chris Silver’s work aims to elicit emotional responses through colour and expressive mark making. In this exhibition at Six Foot Gallery neon colours and aggressive marks stand out in a portrayal of moods and atmospheres ranging from anxiety to euphoria.

ULTRA VIOLET

2 – 18 AUGUST
Ultra Violet is a group exhibition by six artists who are exploring women’s perspective of the environment in Scotland.

SUMMER EXHIBITION

Our annual Summer Exhibition showcases Artists from any background at any stage in their career across the UK.

GERALDINE MCCONACHIE

12TH MAY – 28TH JUNE

Geraldine McConachie returns to Six Foot Gallery with a brand new body of work. Exploring themes of grief, culinary childhood nostalgia, and vulnerability, McConachie presents a bold series of comfort food sculptures with her unique sense of artistic dry wit.

EASTER EXHIBITION

Our annual Easter Exhibition showcases a varied blend of contemporary works featuring a range of media and styles. From surreal portraiture to sculpture, this year’s artists explore a wide array of themes in innovative ways.

FANTOD

Straight off the back of their enormously successful solo debut at Salt Space Co-Op, multidisciplinary artist Fantod presents PUBLIC SCRUTINY: an intimate body of work, including paintings new and exclusive to Six Foot Gallery. Fantod deals tenderly with themes such as loss, anxiety and gender identity. In 2021 they began an ongoing photography project titled AM I ME YET?, documenting their own transition through self-portraiture.

RUARIDH LITSTER-CAMPBELL

Having previously exhibited through our Open Calls, Ruaridh Litster-Campbell returns to Six Foot for his own solo show. Ruaridh demonstrates his self-described “faux naïve style” through bold explorations of portraiture in painting and sculpture.

PATRYCJA HOYNA & HAZEL FROST

13 JAN – 3 FEB

A collaborative exhibition by multidisciplinary artists Patrycja Hoyna and Hazel Frost. An exploration of the communicative powers of form and colour through painting and clay.


2021

TESS GLEN | MIRIAM MALLALIEU | GEMMA HARE | LAUREN-MARIE KENNEDY | EMILY MILLAR | MACIEJ ZURAWSKI | LUICE ROBBIE | JO MCINNES | MONICA MARSHALL | AURELIE CHAN | MARION ELENI CLEMENT | JACQUELINE THOW | LIAM BEANEY | KATELYN GRANT | GERALDINE MCCONACHIE | KATHLEEN CRILLY | LISA SCRIMGEOUR | MORGAN FORBES | CHLOE FLEMING | TIM KIRMAN | MATT DUGARD | STEVIE NIKOLSON | HANNAH PATERSON | PENELOPE DURKAN | HONGII YUIN | GEMBELEMBE | GRAY’S SCHOOL OF ART GRADUATES | GRADUATES OF DJCAD | CLARE CRINES | EMMA HALS | KATELYN GRANT | MAGDA MICHALAK | LAUREN FERGUSON | SHAMIL RAMAZANOV | AMY IONA | CAMERON LINGS | CARYS REILLY | CHLOE HENDERSON | FANTOD | LOUISE MONTGOMERY | LORNA MACKAY | GREGG SEGAL | JOE PATERSON | NAT WALPOLE | PAUL HOLMES TAYLOR STEWART | THOMAS HEINSOHN | THYME JAMES | TSUKI LIANG | ROTHNIE


2020

BROGAN CUNNINGHAM | LAURAKNOWELS | DANKA NISEVIC |CONSTANTINE ZEUS | ALANA DUNION | AIMEE HALDANE | JULIA JOHNSTONE | KAT GOLLOCK |LEAH DAVIS | ANDREA CHRISTODOULIDES | GAVIN REID | LORNA JOHNSTON|ROBIN JOHNSON | JILLIAN CAROL | LEWIS DEENEY | LOTTA PULKKINEN | KATE STEENHAUER | ETHEREAL ANDY | CELESTE CHAMBERS-HILL | AMY GROGAN | CAMERON MCCRACKEN | DANIEL DONNELLY | ALAITZ MARTINEZ | AURELIA MCKELVERY

10 Past 6 | 10th Anniversary Showcase

Six Foot Gallery opened its doors for the first time on the 2nd of April, 2010.

For the past 10 years, we have made it our mission to showcase the work of both emerging and established creatives in our home city of Glasgow and beyond.In 2020 we celebrated our 10-year anniversary with an exciting selection of some of our favourite contemporary artists, working across all disciplines from sculpture to photography.

Featuring: Penny Anderson, Myria Christophini, Morven Douglas, Jan Graham, Robin Johnston, Tess Glen, Paula Doherty, Rebecca Tucker, Roisin O’Sullivan, Zsofia Jakab, Ciara McInnes, Tomek Jesiolowski, Cecile Grey, Sophie Fairfaw, Stefan Krajcik, Hannah Absalom, Zoe Scott, Lois Langmead, Pearl Kinnear, Sharon Thomas, Lena Phalen, James Connor Brown, Peter Murray, Zoe Scot


2019

PEOPLE SHAPE GLASGOW | AURORE GARNIER | CLARE CRINES | ORKID STUDIO | MOIRA BUCHANAN | ADAM BOYD |ALEX MCCALLUM | HANNAH LYTH (guest curator) | CHROMA | FK MCLOONE