• THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Kavitha Kumar

    THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Kavitha Kumar

    Kavitha Kumar, originally from India, made her journey to this country in 2006. Nestled in the company of her husband and two adored boys, she leads a fulfilling life. Professionally, Kavitha serves as a Lead Cloud Security Analyst, while her artistic body of work includes a diverse range of mediums, from pen and ink to watercolour…

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  • Alasdair Gray x Six Foot Gallery: Biodiversity and the Postmodern Prometheus

    Alasdair Gray x Six Foot Gallery: Biodiversity and the Postmodern Prometheus

    By Alice 🙂 ​“Truth, beauty, and goodness are not mysterious, they are the commonest, most obvious, most essential facts of life, like sunlight, air and bread.” –Alasdair Gray, Poor Things  Poor Things (2023), Yorgos Lanthimos’ most recent film has received widespread critical praise, ranging from 5-star reviews in the New York Times, to the highly…

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  • THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Gordy Craw

    THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Gordy Craw

    How did you arrive at the theme of your exhibition?I read an article by an anthropologist called David E. Jones who speculates that Dragons from myth, are a collection of our primal ancestors’ biggest fears. Eagles, snakes, big cats, monitor lizards and fire were major threats, and these were frankensteined together to make a winged,…

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  • THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Rothnie

    THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Rothnie

    Having graduated in 1996 from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Rothnie currently stays in the South side of Glasgow and teaches art to young people. From attending school in Lagos, Nigeria, to living in a house where her mother was a linguist and her father an international sports organiser, her home was always filled…

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  • THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Jade Stout

    THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Jade Stout

    How did your artistic journey start?Painting has been a love since I was little. There are even pictures of me painting in a nappy with my dad. He is a sculptor and I made my first stone carving (a sofa for my Barbie) under his supervision aged 7/8. My practice really grew and formalised during the…

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  • THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Antero Duarte

    THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Antero Duarte

    How did your artistic journey start?I first picked up a camera shortly after I moved here from Portugal in 2015. A good friend who’s been a photographer for decades took a group of us out for a photo day in an abandoned industrial estate in Edinburgh. We took photos, developed them and printed them and…

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  • THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Meig Sutherland

    THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Meig Sutherland

    How did your artistic journey start?From a young age I have always been creative. Having an artistic mum and a supportive family definitely helped to develop my interest in creating. I think my journey really begun when I was first rejected from University when applying for film and TV. It made me realise where my…

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  • THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Lisa Bonner

    THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Lisa Bonner

    How did your artistic journey start?I have been creative for as long as I can remember. I recently graduated from City of Glasgow College, where I studied a BA (Hons) Contemporary Art Practice. Throughout my time there I  had the time to experiment and find out what really interests me. How did you arrive at…

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  • THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Jaz

    THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Jaz

    How did your artistic journey start?As a child, I was always doodling, but I only took up painting a few years ago as a hobby. How did you arrive at the theme of your work?I guess I’m a bit of a drama queen, I love people but particularly dramatic views that make you wonder what…

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  • THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Conor McConville

    THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Conor McConville

    How did your artistic journey start?I’ve been painting and drawing since I was a kid. My great uncle did watercoloursof landscapes, so I would borrow a lot of his art supplies. I still have his paintingstorage box today. But if I had to pinpoint a moment when art first sparkedinterest for me it would be…

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