Ellis O’Connor

Ellis O’Connor is a multi-award winning contemporary landscape artist from Dundee, now living on the Outer Hebridean Island of North Uist. She trained at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design. Since completing her master’s degree in 2016 she has undertaken several residency programmes, including in Iceland and Norway.

Margaret Evans

Margaret Evans is a Scottish contemporary artist, an internationally respected tutor and author of numerous teaching art books and DVDs, as well as teaching workshops worldwide. Her work is known and highly regarded throughout USA, Australia, Europe as well as the UK. Her studio is in Highland Perthshire, an area

Sheena Graham-George

Sheena’s home is the windswept Orkney Isles, where the skies are big and the sea a constant companion. Her paintings are inspired by living in such a Northerly location, by the astonishing array of bird-life, the mesmerising and soothing sound of the Atlantic ocean, the fast moving weather fronts, the

Nicole Stevenson

Scottish artist Nicole studied Drawing and Painting at Edinburgh College of Art and has been working as a professional artist for over 30 years. She currently lives and works from her home near Edinburgh. Nicole has always been inspired by travel and time spent beside the sea and other bodies

Helen Michie

Helen Michie lives in the west Highlands of Scotland. She studied Sculptural & Architectural Ceramics at Grays School of Art in Aberdeen. She makes a variety of work including Raku fired ceramic wall pieces, stoneware decorative bowls and porcelain sculptures. She also creates public art mosaic and paintings. Helen’s work

Patricia Shone

Patricia Shone makes ceramics in her studio on the Isle of Skye. She was born in Scotland but grew up in South Devon where she met clay at school. After studying ceramics in London, finances and a love of cooking led her into work as a chef both there and

Derek Robertson RSW

Derek was born and raised in Fife where he now works from his studio in Balmerino on the edge of the Tay estuary. Since graduating from Duncan of Jordanstone Art College in Dundee he has established a name as one of the country’s foremost wildlife and landscape artists and has

Kim Dewsbury

Over the past few years Kim has returned to her passion for painting, after spending many years organising and curating exhibitions in North Wales. From Cornwall originally, but raised in The Midlands,  Kim left Falmouth School of Art in 1980 with a Degree in Fine Art, and has continued to

Dylan Bell

Dylan Bell is an Edinburgh based artist working in mixed media and print. Dylan’s current work collages images of well-known locations with other vintage images and then uses different over-printing techniques with stencil blocks and spray-paint to achieve playful re-imaginings of iconic landmarks. After graduating from Waikato University in New

Bob Guy

Bob Guy is an artist, illustrator & printmaker living & working in the Cain Valley, Montgomeryshire. He specialises in wood engraving, a technique pioneered in the late 18th century by Thomas Bewick and revived in the 20th. He is an elected a member of the Society of Wood Engravers. While

Elizabeth Haines

Elizabeth Haines has lived and worked on her hill farm in the Preseli Hills, Pembrokeshire for 50 years. She trained as an illustrator, and illustrated many books before moving entirely to painting. Over time her working methods have evolved into a more flexible and imaginative approach, a style which walks a

Kate Henderson

Kate trained in stained glass and painting at Edinburgh College of Art where she graduated with a degree and post graduate diploma in 1993. She has been self-employed artist since, working on painting for exhibitions and competitions and has continued to make stained glass panels for commissions. In 2017 she

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