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By the end of the 1980s I had made  12 solo exhibitions, 2 of them in Germany which was my aim at the start of this decade. I had produced a solo  Interaction exhibition  which got good  coverage in the media. Through my work for the Open Circle group  I had made contact with artists in Germany and France many of whom remain friends to this day. I had been elected a member of the Glasgow Group artists cooperative and found them a gallery space. Things were looking a lot better for Glasgow artists than they did a the beginning of the 1980s. The feelings of isolation and despair were replaced by hope since the city of Glasgow seemed to be backing the arts..

Links to Ken Palmer on Other Sites 

Scotland's Artists     Ionist Arts Group     Prismatic    Saatchi - Gallery

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