Explore the House

Browse our map below to find out more about the sites around House for an Art Lover.

ELEPHANT FOR GLASGOW

by Kenny Hunter

A life-size 'Elephant' cast in part from recycled, redundant or scrap parts of locomotives, sourced in India, that were originally built in Glasgow. The Sculpture sits on the site of the famous 1938 British Empire Exhibition in Bellahouston Park.

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The Maze or Labyrinth

by JM Architects

‘Amaze’ draws on Lewis Carol’s Alice Stories and the film, ‘The Matrix’, provides visitors with scope for interaction as well as a commanding modern presence.

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Glasgow Roots

by Gareth Hoskins Architects

Each of the building blocks and trade stones contain facts, quotations and images associated with the development of Glasgow.

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Portico

In 1989 the entrance portico of Ibroxhill House was moved to a new site adjacent to the House.

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Foot and Arch

by Ganesh Gohain

This unusual two piece structure called Foot & Arch was created by Ganesh Gohain an Indian sculptor during an artist residency in the City of Glasgow. It was installed in June 2005 by Alan Kean.

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Homage to Shipbuilding

by Jimmy Cosgrove

Sculpture fabricated in iron and steel titled; 'Shipbuilding - Homage to those who made the Clyde great'.

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House for an Art Lover

Inspired by the designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, House for an Art Lover combines art gallery and exhibition space, events venue, café, shop and magnificent visitor attraction into one unique and inspiring venue.

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Jelly Moulds

by One Foot Taller

Dotted throughout the garden 'One Foot Taller' designed these unusual seats in the shape of jelly moulds using recycled rubber flooring which is used in children's playgrounds.

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Grounds for Play

Opened to the public in June 2004. Unlike many of the traditional play parks, this one is unique - the overall park design concept and each individual play object has been specifically designed for the space by talented individuals.

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Orkney Bench

by Alex Rigg and Trevor Leat

'Benchmarks' presented an opportunity to reinvent the humble park bench and resulted in six commissions including this two seater Orkney chair

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Ghost

by Doug Cocker

A vertical, hard, contemporary image contrasting with the history-laden mass of the building.

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Paisley Date Palms

by Peter Bevan

Drawings and sculptures developed using the flower bud as a focus for contemplation and sign of renewal and as an incredible resource of sculptural forms.

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Walled Garden

Simply a beautiful serene place to visit or sit with a packed lunch and admire the sweet peas, butterflies and the buzzing bees on a pleasant day.

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The Glasshouse

by Gross Max

Envisaged as a laboratory for future artists and horticulturists to explore between the natural and the artificial.

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Studio Pavilion

With its innovative design enabling it to transform between exhibition space and fully functional artist’s studio, the Studio Pavilion hosts masterclasses and exhibitions with leading contemporary artists and designers.

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ART sheds

Based in the courtyard of ARTPARK Glasgow our ARTsheds are available for artists projects and residencies.

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Heritage Centre

Established by House for an Art Lover within the former stables and dovecote building, our Heritage Centre is a brand new facility showcasing the rich and diverse history of Bellahouston and the surrounding area.

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Art Studios

Presents artists with the opportunity to create artworks by providing residencies and exhibitions as well as providing the public with the opportunity to learn and develop through an innovative creative programme for adults and children.

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Elephant for Glasgow

by Kenny Hunter

A life-size 'Elephant' cast in part from recycled, redundant or scrap parts of locomotives, sourced in India, that were originally built in Glasgow. The sculpture was installed in summer 2015 on the site of the famous 1938 British Empire Exhibition in Bellahouston Park.

Read More

 
 

The Maze or Labyrinth

by JM Architects

‘Amaze’ draws on Lewis Carol’s Alice Stories and the film, ‘The Matrix’, provides visitors with scope for interaction as well as a commanding modern presence.

Read More

 
 

Glasgow Roots

by Gareth Hoskins Architects

Each of the building blocks and trade stones contain facts, quotations and images associated with the development of Glasgow.

Read More

 
 

Portico

In 1989 the entrance portico of Ibroxhill House was moved to a new site adjacent to the House.

Read More

 
 

Foot and Arch

by Ganesh Gohain

This unusual two piece structure called Foot & Arch was created by Ganesh Gohain an Indian sculptor during an artist residency in the City of Glasgow. It was installed in June 2005 by Alan Kean.

Read More

 
 

Homage to Shipbuilding

by Jimmy Cosgrove

Sculpture fabricated in iron and steel titled; 'Shipbuilding - Homage to those who made the Clyde great'.

Read More

 
 

House for an Art Lover

Inspired by the designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, House for an Art Lover combines art gallery and exhibition space, events venue, café, shop and magnificent visitor attraction into one unique and inspiring venue.

Read More

 
 

Jelly Moulds

by One Foot Taller

Dotted throughout the garden 'One Foot Taller' designed these unusual seats in the shape of jelly moulds using recycled rubber flooring which is used in children's playgrounds.

Read More

 
 

Grounds for Play

Opened to the public in June 2004. Unlike many of the traditional play parks, this one is unique - the overall park design concept and each individual play object has been specifically designed for the space by talented individuals.

Read More

 
 

Orkney Bench

by Alex Rigg and Trevor Leat

'Benchmarks' presented an opportunity to reinvent the humble park bench and resulted in six commissions including this two seater Orkney chair

Read More

 
 

Ghost

by Doug Cocker

A vertical, hard, contemporary image contrasting with the history-laden mass of the building.

Read More

 
 

Paisley Date Palms

by Peter Bevan

Drawings and sculptures developed using the flower bud as a focus for contemplation and sign of renewal and as an incredible resource of sculptural forms.

Read More

 
 

Walled Garden

Simply a beautiful serene place to visit or sit with a packed lunch and admire the sweet peas, butterflies and the buzzing bees on a pleasant day.

Read More

 
 

The Glasshouse

by Gross Max

Envisaged as a laboratory for future artists and horticulturists to explore between the natural and the artificial.

Read More

 
 

Studio Pavilion

With its innovative design enabling it to transform between exhibition space and fully functional artist’s studio, the Studio Pavilion hosts masterclasses and exhibitions with leading contemporary artists and designers.

Read More

 
 

ART sheds

Based in the courtyard of ARTPARK Glasgow our ARTsheds are available for artists projects and residencies.

Read More

 
 

Heritage Centre

Established by House for an Art Lover within the former stables and dovecote building, our Heritage Centre is a brand new facility showcasing the rich and diverse history of Bellahouston and the surrounding area.

Read More

 
 

Art Studios

Presents artists with the opportunity to create artworks by providing residencies and exhibitions as well as providing the public with the opportunity to learn and develop through an innovative creative programme for adults and children.

Read More