Quigley Architects


6Art is a new gallery for contemporary Art. We aim to bring more art and culture to Inverclyde and to get people interested and talking about art, in whatever form it appears!

George Wyllie: Scul?tor and Navigator

George Wyllie was a remarkable artist who reached out beyond the confines of the art gallery and connected with people all over the world through his thought-provoking art.

George Wyllie:Scul?tor and Navigator offers a look at the ideas and design of Wyllie’s work.

Including materials related to the artist’s famous works, the Straw Locomotive and The Paper Boat, the exhibition also looks at the projects conceived by Wyllie that did and did not come to fruition.

This exhibition gives an insight into the ideas and creations of a man whose lightness of touch and workmanlike approach to his art always gave way to a more serious message.

456 is an exhibition by Quigley Architects to celebrate 45 years in practice, 1968 – 2013.Greenock’s oldest architectural practice was formed by architect Gerry Quigley in 1968, now retired his sons Graeme Quigley and Dominic Quigley also architects run the family business.

This is a fantastic exhibition of 45 sketches of key buildings and renowned sites within Inverclyde, including the Sugar Warehouse, Titan Crane, Municipal Buildings and Cappielow. The sketches are complimented with photographs and historical written material offering interesting insights into the areas history.



© 2018 Quigley Architects, 6a George Square, Greenock, PA15 1QP