Isla Mae Jacobs

Born in the Highlands of Scotland in 1999, Isla is a contemporary artist who is based within Scotland. Educated through the Inverness College University of the Highlands and Islands, Isla approaches art through the use of digital and traditional methods. Isla’s art practice is based on collecting, creating and observing.

Lorna Kirkwood-Smith

Lorna is a Scottish born artist who lives and works just outside Edinburgh. She graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 1982 with a BA Hons in Drawing and Painting. She won an Elizabeth Greenshield artists’ travelling scholarship which enabled travel throughout north India and Nepal in the following year.

Heather Burton

Heather Burton lives and works in Yorkshire and loves to paint views of Scotland. She works with a palette knife in acrylic paints. She combines her life as a professional artist with a career in journalism. Her aim is to  reflect the depth and diversity of the UK’s extraordinary countryside

Jonathan Koetsier

Jonathan Koetsier was born in South Africa and lived there until he was ten, when his family moved to a small village in Hampshire in the UK. He pursued a BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Art and Design before completing a BA in Drawing and a MA in Illustration (Authorial

Robert Pereira Hind

Robert Pereira Hind is an artist photographer. He lives and works in Edinburgh. He studied Photography at the London College of Communication. Robert’s mixed media artworks are luxurious and beautifully decorative. They are made by using acrylic paint and organic photographic pigment layered onto gilded wooden backgrounds using Dutch metal

Douglas Davies RSW

Douglas Davies is a painter living in the Scottish Borders. He was born in Edinburgh and graduated in Ceramics and Glass from Edinburgh College of Art in 1970, followed by postgraduate study and teacher training. He was Lecturer in Ceramics at Glasgow School of Art until 1986. He continued making

Jacqueline Shortland

Jacqueline completed a BA (Hons) Fine Art, Sculpture in 2009 as a mature student, becoming Gray’s School of Art first Graduate in Residence. Her degree show installation earned her selection to exhibit at the ‘New Contemporaries Exhibition’ at the Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh and she was profiled in London’s

Kate Bentley RI

Kate is an award-winning professional painter from the Lake District, in 2021 she relocated and is now based on the Solway Coast in Southwest Scotland. She originally trained a sculptor and theatre designer, becoming a professional painter 1999. Kate’s location and landscape hugely influences her subject matter and historically is

Lindsey Lavender

An award winning painter, Lindsey maintains a busy schedule of exhibiting work throughout the UK and is represented in both public and private art collections. She is an elected Professional Member of both the Society of Scottish Artists (SSA) and Visual Arts Scotland (VAS). Lindsey lives and works in Edinburgh.

Moy Mackay

Moy was born in Edinburgh in 1966. Since graduating from Glasgow School of Art she has lived and worked as a full-time artist in the Scottish Borders. She fuels her passion for colour and texture with an unceasing inspiration drawn from her surroundings in the beautiful Tweed Valley, using merino

Charlie Parsons

A childhood in the village of Achmore among the beautiful hills and lochs of northwest Scotland has had a consistently strong influence on the work of Charlie Parsons. Paint was always there among the ink, charcoal and graphite, but while studying at Duncan of Jordanstone, it was digital illustration that

Steve Carnegie

Steve followed in his father’s footsteps, choosing joinery as his profession on leaving school He worked alongside his dad who taught him all he knew, passing on his expertise in woodworking using traditional tools and techniques and instilling his work ethos, attention to detail and pursuit of perfection in all

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