Office Hours: 10am – 5pm | Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

Keeping safe during COVID:

Face coverings are no longer mandatory in Scotland but highly recommended. We are lucky to be located in a large, well-ventilated space in The Pentagon Centre. Our bathrooms and café facility are cleaned on a regular basis. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the gallery.


By public transport/walking: The gallery is an approximate 15 minute walk from St Enoch Subway Station. Please check with your local bus service for the most accurate route information.

By train: Our closest major station is Glasgow Central just a 10 min walk away. We are just a 2 minute walk from Anderston Station.

By car: Exit the M8 via Junction 19; turn onto Washington Street via Anderson Quay. There is a large pay-and-display car park just opposite The Pentagon Centre, as well as street parking and indoor parking nearby.

Step-free access: The gallery is situated on the ground floor of The Pentagon Centre, accessible via a short flight of stairs. A platform lift is available to the right of the main Reception. Please ring the Reception doorbell or call the gallery if you require any assistance.

Please note that there is a short flight of stairs between Washington Street and Argyle Street; for step-free pedestrian access, approach from Broomielaw.



Founder and lead curator Clare is also a multimedia artist specialising in drawing, painting and jewellery-making.

Before establishing Six Foot Gallery in 2010, Clare taught botanical illustration at both Glasgow University and The City of Glasgow College. While at COGC, Clare also taught life drawing and contemporary art practice, and now offers up her teaching skills to the public from a private space above the gallery.



Ren Kilpatrick is an emerging multidisciplinary visual communicator who confronts technological advances and how they affect young people today. Inspired by the TV series Black Mirror, vintage graphic novels and the German band Kraftwerk to name a few, while also engaging with the world around her using herself as her main subject matter. Ren Kilpatrick enjoys creating artwork of a darker and satirical nature.





Jessica is a practising portrait and comic book artist with a BA Hons in Digital Painting and FdA in Video Game Design. She draws portraits live at public and private events and takes private commissions for canvas and digital portraits. With a background in art tutoring vulnerable teens, SFG is an opportunity to continue spreading the message art is for and created by everyone.



Currently, a final year Art History and Business student at the University of Glasgow. Passionate about the art world and interested in both the creative and management side of things. In her free time, she creates pottery and collages.



Samantha is a current 3rd year student at The Glasgow School of Art under Painting and Printmaking (BA Hons). Working with drawing and installation, her art explores the flaws in our current zeitgeist and how it affects our relationships with ourselves and each other.



Pola Mazus Emily Kenny – Megan Queenan – Amy Iona – Jordan Raivel – Neil Simpson – Zane Drees – Jacqueline Scorgie – Kathleen Crilly – Iona McGeachieJessica GentlemanSophie Minervini – Maya Buechner – Rose Berry – Aimee Haldane – Lois Langmead – Lara Dingemans – Suri Park – Matilde Mosterts de Banfield – Bianca Callegaro – Alana Dunion – Alex Lauder