Venue 19

Bea McMillan

Showing with Greta McMillan

OPEN: 4/5 & 11/12 SEPTEMBER

The Ramp House, 9E Bellfield Lane

An outdoor open art installation involving film projections, and response to Black Lives Matter.

Bea McMillan is currently studying Sculpture and Environmental Art, at the Glasgow School of Art. In her current works, following a series of exploratory and analytical drawings of food waste, she’s been exploring a sculptural approach using plaster, mirrors, and inks made from food scraps. The intent is to make the viewer aware of the waste, and the resultant impact and effect on the planet. The themes of her works often question the established hierarchy, promoting inclusive representation.


Bea McMillan is an intuitive maker. Sometimes using her body to make marks and sometimes creating opportunities for the materials to follow their own natural process, letting the art be whatever it wanted to be, learning from that process, creating imagined spaces, where she feels free to draw.

She uses close up photography to produce pieces of a different scale, so that the images become new and different sites to occupy.

Recent Exhibitions: ‘Folio Prep: End of Year Show 2019’, (Group), GSofA, Mar 2020
‘Ongoing Works’, (Group), GSofA, Dec 2019
‘Summer Exhibition 2017’, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh. Short film ‘Ramp House’ in collaboration with Greta McMillan




opening times:
sats - 10am-6pm
suns - 11am-5pm


Studio includes some outdoor aspect

Studio open By Appointment Mon-Fri 6th-10th Sept