"That Untravell'd World", is the result of three and a half years spent by artist Julie Brook on the remote west coast of Jura. During this time, Brook lived and worked in a natural cliff arch, eight miles away from the nearest road. As well as large-scale oil paintings and abstract charcoal drawings, the exhibition also features a slide-show in which Brook recorded, among other things, the construction of a 'volcano' which she then set on fire (pictured above) - a symbolic response to the power of the elements. Despite the isolation, Brook clearly enjoyed the experience - she is currently working on the uninhabited Hebridean island of Mingulay.

15A Cleveden Rd, Glasgow G12 (0141-337 3737) from today to 5 May

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