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Pride of Paisley 2016
Ramble - Between the waters and the roads, we move and live.
One of 25 artists selected by competition for Paisley First public art trail to paint a life-sized sculptural lion to celebrate the town and its history, to bring local people and visitors to Paisley and using art and culture to regenerate the town centre. My submission Ramble has a hand-painted map of Paisley creating patterns like a blanket of history wrapped tight round its body. My starting point was the waterways which have shaped the landscape, industry and growth of the town. Throughout its history from the 6th Century the town has changed and grown and this map has each waterway and road around and in and out of Paisley.
The map is not for directional purposes or to highlight points of interest but more akin to an intricacy of threads winding their way, passing waterways and green spaces and connecting communities: Ralston, Williamsburgh, Foxbar, Gockston, Ferguslie, Castlehead, Gleniffer and more. I hope the artwork is an opportunity for townsfolk to view the full span of their town, as they find familiar spaces, their street, their home and a sense of pride within the boundaries of this historic place.
RMHAFF Poetry Trail 2015 - A collaborative project
WMT (Weaving Musical Threads):
WW2 Canadian Red Cross Quilts
The Mill Girls on Tour 2015 - Co-director and Co-producer
The Scottish Diaspora Exhibition 2014
The Great Tapestry of Scotland Exhibition 2014
Angus Weaver of Grass 2013
Mill Girls on Tour Poetry Anthology2013
Weaving Musical Threads Arts Festival 2012