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Fairhill Winter Exhibition 2020
Fairhill Summer Exhibition 2020
Fairhill Winter Exhibition 2019
Fairhill Summer Exhibition 2019
Lisbon Lions 1967
Fairhill Winter Exhibition 2018
Fairhill Summer Exhibition 2018
Fairhill Winter Exhibition 2017
Fairhill Summer 2017 Exhibition
Fairhill Winter 2016 Exhibition
A Brush with Inspiration
14 for 14
With the Saltire collection Gerard M Burns uses his national flag to explore ideas of nationhood and identity, always within the context of pilgrimage or journey.
Balancing Act & Money
An allegory on the precariousness of modern living.
Rain and the City
A collection of works in which Gerard M Burns' home city of Glasgow features prominently.
The road to Emmaus
Snow and the backdrop of snow symbolically represents purity and in many Pictish texts suggests a landscape of the mind. In Burns’ work figures are placed within this context deliberately to invoke in us an emotional response.
Symbols feature heavily in the work of Gerard M Burns - in this collection we present the most prominent of these.
Ask Gerard M Burns to define himself as an artist and he will say he is a painter of people. Its no surprise therefore that portraiture would form a major part of his overall artistic output.
The theme of angels has been in Burns’s work for a very long time. in this section some of the strongest examples are shown.
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