Scottish artist, Lola Nicol is set to showcase an exhibition of her unique collection at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut this weekend.

One of Glasgow’s most famous and much-loved gig venues will open its doors this Sunday for this very special solo show.

24 year old Lola uses recycled wood and an amalgamation of acryllic pain to create unique and timeless images of influential music icons. Her passion for Art stemmed from studying both Higher and Advanced Higher Art at Secondary School in Glasgow.

Lola’s work is inspired by a troubled time in her young life which saw her relocating from Glasgow to the Highlands.

“Swinging With The Old Stars” is a collection of well-known faces of rock ‘n’ roll, film and popular culture and is an opportunity to preview several privately owned collection pieces or to buy your own original piece of artwork or giclee print.

Lola’s work has caught the attention of celebrity fans Lana Del Rey and Glasgow-based bands, Kassidy and The Imagineers.

“Swinging With The Old Stars” will be exhibited for the very first time at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut (St Vincent Street in Glasgow) on Sunday 4th November between 2pm-6pm with a local-inspired soundtrack by DJs Hamish Fringland (Kassidy) and Billy Kay (Kassidy, The Ray Summers).