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An exhibition showing six of Angus Fernie's oil canvases, each accompanied by a recorded musical response, composed by Moss Taylor. Featuring previously unheard and unseen pieces from both artists.

Opening night Friday March 15th at 7pm (PLEASE NOTE: FRIENDS AND FAMILY ONLY)

Public exhibition Saturday 16th 10am-5pm.

This exhibition will show the outcome of this first time collaboration between the two friends and so is a unique and unprecedented opportunity to sample this work. 



Glasgow painter Angus Fernie (b. 1996) studied Painting and Printmaking at the Glasgow School of Art graduating with a First Class Honours in 2018. 

His work is strongly grounded in two firm beliefs; the notion that representational painting is not ‘dead’ as many claim and the idea that everything is, to some degree, very silly. Playing with the idea of the representational, the works verge on the abstract using motifs and symbols such as vases, wine bottles and plants. The motifs exist almost as figures in their own right giving these somewhat trivial objects anthropomorphic qualities. Making reference to the history of serious figurative painting, his work aims to invert this, making work for the ‘meme’ generation. 

Awards include the James Nichol Mcbroom prize, holding his work in the GSA archive. Previous exhibitions in Glasgow include; ‘Lets Limbo’ 2016 at SWG3, '25% Extra’ 2016 at the Laurieston Arches, ‘Wing Dings’ 2017 at Where the People Sleep, ‘Series 3’ 2017 at the Glue Factory, ‘Best of Degree Show’ 2018 at the Six foot Gallery and ‘House Guests’ 2018 at the Hampton Court Guest House. He also recently was part of the 'FBA Futures 2019' exhibition at The Mall Galleries, London.


Moss Taylor (b. 1997) is a pianist, keyboard player and songwriter, also based in Glasgow. Now in his final year of the Commercial Music degree at the University of the West of Scotland, he has worked, and continues to work with many musicians across a range of genres. Despite being classically trained, he draws particular inspiration from jazz, funk and hip-hop.

Since joining his first band Hollow Room in 2015, Moss has played with outfits such as Easy, Crystal, the National Youth Jazz Orchestra of Scotland and Fat-Suit; recently recording an album with the latter. Currently, he fulfils the role of keyboardist with Glasgow songwriters Russell Stewart and Zoe Graham in their bands, gigging regularly with both artists. 

Watch Moss perform with Russell Stewart: https://www.facebook.com/BYOBGlasgow/videos/519862605175133/