Below is Glasgow’s George Square as you’ve never seen it before.
Jo Adamson (pictured above) is a famous face in the city. After selling The Big Issue for a time, she began to pursue her passion for art, all while being registered blind.
“I’m a happy-go-lucky person and I want my drawings to make other people smile,” she says.
Jo sells her work via her Etsy store and opens her second public exhibition this week.
Her unique pictures show a unique perspective that shine light on different parts of her life and experience, whether it is Glasgow icons like the traffic cone-topped Duke of Wellington statue, or one picture called simply, ‘Sleeping rough one night is more than enough’.
Jo’s exhibition is at The Arts Space at Cass Art June 24 – July 9