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Kirsty Reid is a visual artist living and working in Glasgow. Her practice considers process and materiality through the exploration of water based paints and the potential of painterly marks they can create. An interest in surfaces influences her use of ceramics, fabrics and various papers. Archival ideas underpin the work, as the imagery is derived from an evergrowing collection of film photographs of landscapes and places she has visited. Working from film photographs bring an element of memory and nostalgia to the work, as she reflects on her time spent in these places whilst painting.
Issue 1 - 'translating the mark'
Issue 3 – 'Into the whimsical world of reality'
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