Grids and stripes feature heavily in Sandra Porter’s work which often finds its beginnings in architecture, usually grand as in St Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow or Siena Cathedral in Italy. Recently, humble corrugated iron bothans on the Isle of Skye have caught her eye, appearing like drawings in the landscape and inspiring the new works which are shown in this exhibition. This is Sandra Porter’s first solo museum show and will include large-scale carborundum prints, drawings and paintings.
Join the Artist for drinks to mark the opening on Saturday 10 March, 1pm to 4pm.
Exhibition supported by Arts Council England & The Iona Foundation, Amsterdam.