• THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Sheila MacNeill

    THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Sheila MacNeill

    Sheila is a landscape artist based in Glasgow. Her work is primarily concerned with exploring notions of place and belonging and the evolving relationships between humans and our natural environment in both urban and rural environments. In a world saturated by instant imagery where everyone can find an image of anything or anywhere almost instantly,…

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  • THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Raymond Davies

    THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Raymond Davies

    Raymond Davies is a photographer from Edinburgh. In 2023, he decided to leave his career in software engineering and focus on his love for photography. He now studies professional photography at Edinburgh College while working as a freelance photographer across a variety of genres, particularly portraiture, sports, music and travel photography. Hi Raymond! Can you…

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  • THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Ann Wilton

    THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Ann Wilton

    Ann is a multi media artist born and bred in Scotland. She now lives and works from her home in Kiltarlity in the Scottish Highlands. Although she worked for 30 years as an Accident and Emergency nurse, she has had a lifelong interest in art and she loves the scope that different mediums allow for…

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  • THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Toby Cumming

    THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Toby Cumming

    I’ve loved creating art for as long as I can remember, with my mum and sibling teaching me about it since I was in nursery, and it’s a love that followed me as I grew up. I took art and media classes all the way through school, which helped me get shortlisted for the animation…

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  • THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Volodymyr Durytskyi

    THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: Volodymyr Durytskyi

    Hi Volodymyr. Can you tell us how your artistic journey started?Since the age of 10, I’ve independently pursued painting, recognizing it as my genuine calling and a boundless source of inspiration. My inaugural artwork featured a horse, its beauty and grace leaving an indelible impression. Throughout my first sketchbook, I meticulously captured scenes from reality,…

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  • THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: David Martin

    THE SIX FOOT GALLERY INTERVIEW: David Martin

    I use the nom d’ plume ‘Davardo’. It’s a take on all the pretensions of the Art World. I’ve made efforts as a creative of one sort or another for as long as I can remember. I don’t really adhere to any particular style or genre preferring to steer my own course. I like to…

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  • 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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