Partnership paints a new picture

Jolomo with the new distillery painting
Jolomo with the new distillery painting

The team behind Highland single malt Glengoyne is lending its support to the restoration of the fire-hit Glasgow School of Art through a new gift tin.

Ian Macleod Distillers’ Glengoyne Distillery has again joined forces with Glasgow School of Art graduate John Lowrie Morrison (Jolomo) for the third in a series of specially-commissioned seasonal paintings inspired by the distillery. ‘Spring Blossoms at Glengoyne’ will be printed on limited edition Glengoyne 10 year old gift tins, with Glengoyne making a donation to The Glasgow School of Art.

Glengoyne brand manager Katy Macanna said: “As one of Glasgow’s local whisky distilleries, we take great pride in contributing to the recovery of one of the city’s most iconic cultural landmarks, helping to secure its legacy and support future creative talent.”

Alan Horn of The Glasgow School of Art said: “The last few months have been particularly challenging, and we would like to thank Glengoyne and Jolomo for their continued kind thoughts and support.”