Greiman’s brightly coloured, distorted perspectives give an intriguing wobbly free-hand glimpse into the everyday, and at times more otherworldly themes.
It’s that old thing about the untold story – who are they, what happens next etc, and there’s an obvious childlike quality to some pieces, while others have witty adult undertones – like the exhibition poster. Poor donkey.
This collection, No Hassle, is being brought to bear by the Good Press Gallery, which asks its artists to display work on table-tops and trestles – nothing is wall-hung.
It’s the second time Good Press has worked with Greiman who has also produced a book with them, titled Sleepy Bubbles.
Greiman, from Philidelphia, US, is contributing sculptural pieces, original paintings and screen prints.
No Hassle by Keith Warren Greiman runs from 7-31 August at Good Press, 12 King’s Court, Glasgow, G1 5RB