The Alasdair Gray and Joyce Gunn Cairns exhibition has already enjoyed an amazing number of visitors and I'm delighted to say that the sales haven't stopped since the opening on Sunday.
The gallery looks and feels quite different. There is so much to absorb visually, and as people approach the works and start to read, they find themselves entering the unique world of Alasdair Gray, or of one of Joyce's favourite poems.
I know what the different feeling is - it's gentle and reflective.
Often an exhibition is bold, colourful, commanding. What I find interesting is that this is possibly the boldest exhibition that the gallery has had, with the most arresting works by fearless and uncompromising artists. And yet it feels very calm.
Maybe it's the subtlety of impact. Alasdair's screen prints are of his beautiful and intricate drawings, and it's not until you read the literary content that they pack a real punch.