LitTle Things Make Life Worth Living : Seventy small works
Ashley Cook is an accomplished and prolific printmaker. Used to ‘thinking in layers’ from her formal training at the Glasgow School of Art, Cook has been practising her technique and style for over 30 years, making her living as an artist. The work is informed by ‘dreams, emotions and personal & collective archetypes’, and is inspired by time spent in West Africa and Mexico.
This exhibition was kindly sponsored by McCallum Whisky.