Gabrielle is an artist and arts educator based in Glasgow whose practice explores the relationships between our internal and external worlds. Through painting, printmaking and drawing, she gives colour and form to emotions and experiences, and explores how this visual language can help us to communicate, care and connect; can help us process events and emotions, and better understand ourselves in relationship with our environment.

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Email: <glockwoodestrin(at)>
Instagram: @gabriellelockwoodestrin

upcoming exhibitions




solo exhibitions

selected group exhibitions

2023, Rupture, Rapture: Womxn in Collage, 16NSt, Glasgow, UK
2023 Wasps x Kirkcudbright Galleries , Kirkcudbright, UK
2022, Not within or beyond, Mono8 Gallery, Manila, Philippines
2020, Life of Venus, The Tub Hackney, London, UK
2018, Marching Through the Fields, Warbling Collective, London, UK
2016, Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, London, UK
2017, Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, London, UK
2016, Not One: But The Other, Bermondsey Project Space, London, UK
2016, No Monkey Business, Chinese Open, London, UK
2015, Art Athina A5, Lubomirov - Easton, London
2015, Evidence , RKB Burt Gallery, London, UK
2015, Let Grass Roots Grow, A side B Side Gallery, London, UK
2013, Wells Art Contemporary, Wells Museum, Wells, UK
2013, Artwork Open 2013, Barbican Arts Group Trust, London, UK
2013, With a Bucket and a Mountain, Studio Warehouse, Glasgow, UK
2012, Salon Art Prize 2012 , Matt Roberts Gallery, London, UK
2011, Seven Sided Cube, Cube 54 Gallery, Berlin, Germany
2011, Unbound, Agora Galerie, Germany
2011, Core Gallery Open, Core Gallery, London, UK
2011, Leistungs-schau, Kunsthalle am Hamburger Platz, Germany
2011, Royal Scottish Academy New Contemporaries , Edinburgh, UK
2010, On oil on board, canvas and clay, Saïd- Business School Gallery, UK
2009, The Old Pipe Factory: First Show, The Pipe Factory, Glasgow, UK
2009, 4 Artists, 4 Exhibitions, 4 Weeks, Bridgeton, Glasgow, UK