It was organised by the artist Charles Jamieson and arts journalist Jan Patience. They asked around 30 artists at various stages of their respective careers to respond to the new transport museum being built on the site of the old Pointhouse shipyard on the banks of the Clyde.
This spectacular building designed by the famous architect Zaha Hadid, has been called 'Glasgow's Guggenheim' and it opens to the public on June 21.
Here's a selection of work which I made for The River Runs Through It.
|Fish 'n ships|
|Hearts in Tangleweed|