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My Creative Journey: Bobby Steell
30 January 2020 until 29 March 2020
Platform is delighted to present My Creative Journey, an exhibition by Bobby Steell.
Bobby lives locally in the east end of Glasgow. At 4 years old, Bobby was diagnosed with Cerebal Palsy and severe Autism, being advised that this would limit his quality of life. Bobby’s family were very determined to make sure he has as many positive experiences and value to his life.
It became clear Bobby had a passion for drawing, with limited opportunities to create art outside of his home, his mum approached Platform to help organise one-to-one artist sessions. Bobby has a long standing relationship with Platform which first began with artist Heather Lander and most recently, for the past 3 years with Katharine Barrington. Both artists have worked closely with Bobby to help develop his distinct approach to making his artworks, which continues to evolve.
Working side by side, every Tuesday Katharine is present for Bobby, offering support and encouraging the artistic choices that Bobby makes, often sharing techniques and approaches. Bobby has a determination, originality and talent in his art making that serves as a real inspiration to Katharine with her own artwork.
My Creative Journey features drawing and painting that have been created both at home and at Platform. Depicting a broad range of themes and created by using a variety of materials from pencil, pen, inks and to paint, the artworks display a passion for mark making, colour and his incredible artistic talent.
The exhibition also features three selected artworks by Katharine; offering a glimpse of the ideas and stories that pass between them in the artworks they create at their weekly session.
Exhibition runs Monday – Saturday
All ages // entry is free.