Prince’s Drawing School

It being the beginning of the new season there was an exhibition at Blain Southern of work by graduates of the Prince’s Drawing School.   It felt like a symbolically important occasion, not just because of the quality of the work.   First, because none of the work was conventional drawing (many people only associate the Prince’s Drawing School with traditional drawing skills).   Second, because the exhibition is at Blain Southern rather than a more traditional space.   Third, because the work looked so well in the space – imaginary views of the city and its borderlands, including particularly strong watercolours by Kathryn Maple who lives in the Balfron Tower.

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