Award-winning artist Bet Low (1924-2007) began her career designing sets for Glasgow Unity Theatre. Best-known today for her tranquil landscapes of Scottish islands, Low also captured the vibrant life around her on the city streets. Enterprising in promoting her work, and that of other artists, she co-founded a gallery in Sauchiehall Street. Learn more about Low’s art and life, in her centenary year, with the former Fine and Applied Art Officer at Perth Museum and Art Gallery.
About Hildegarde Berwick (she/her)
Hildegarde studied History of Fine Art and Psychology at Glasgow University and holds a post-graduate diploma in Art Gallery and Museum Studies from Manchester University. Her curatorial roles included Fine and Applied Art Officer at Perth Museum and Art Gallery; Arts Officer for Kirkcudbright Galleries, and Head of Collections at Mount Stuart, Isle of Bute. She’s also worked for Scottish charities. Now retired, she pursues several research interests, including Bet Low.
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