Six Foot Gallery is an alternative art and design space, providing a platform for exhibitions and events within a non-traditional gallery setting. The space is situated throughout the ground floor of Glasgow’s Pentagon Centre, a business hub with high levels of footfall and public diversity.
Originally founded by the artist Clare Crines, Six Foot is run by a team of interns from a range of specialisms and backgrounds with a collective concern for the promotion of emerging creative practitioners. The gallery invites artists and designers to respond to the space, its physicality and populace through open calls, residencies and opportunities for solo and group shows. The Gallery also offers workshops on a diverse range of subjects.
We here at the gallery make it our goal to stay part of the larger dialogue on contemporary art and design while providing as much help and support to our artists. Six Foot Gallery is truly run by artists for artists.
MEET THE TEAM
Clare is a multimedia artist specialising in drawing, painting and jewellery.
She owns and runs Six Foot Gallery and formerly taught botanical illustration for both Glasgow University and The City of Glasgow College. Now she teaches her own drawing and jewellery classes in the gallery.
Aimee is a final year Sculpture and Environmental Art student at Glasgow School of Art. Her practice explores escapism shown through mixed media installations. Currently, she is exploring dreams.
Rose is a third year English Literature and History of Art student at the University of Glasgow. She is currently working on her dissertation, which explores First Nations landscape artists of the post-war period to the present. She is interested in curatorship and subversive art.
Jessica is a Textiles graduate from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, specialising in knitted textiles. Since graduating she continues to explore materials and structure through machine knitting and working collaboratively on outdoor art installations.
Iona is a third year Sculpture and Environmental Art student at Glasgow School of Art. Her work reflects on abstract organic forms and natural pattern of nature and wildlife.