Nichola Martin

Nichola Martin is an award winning artist graduating from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee in 2007. Whilst at art school Nichola was awarded the John Kinross Scholarship which enabled her to study in the city of Florence, Italy and also won the Scottish Further Education Unit Prize both

Jolomo – John Lowrie Morrison OBE

John Lowrie Morrison was born in Glasgow and trained at the Glasgow School of Art. He worked in education for 25 years, taking up full time painting in 1997. In the last decade he has become one of Scotland’s most successful living artists. In the 2011 New Year’s Honours List

Gail Klevan

  Gail grew up in Manchester and trained there in Wood, Metal and Ceramics before awarded an RCA bursary to take her MA in Jewellery and Silversmithing at the Royal College of Art in London where she won the Bakri Yehia Prize for Excellence in 1983, and in 1995 she


Frank was born in Glasgow and studied at the University of Huddersfield and then Duncan of Jordanstone Art College here is Dundee. He has a studio in Glasgow. He won an enviable reputation for himself as a contemporary figurative painter, having  established a loyal following, including a number of high

John Johnstone

  John Johnstone is one of Scotland’s leading artists working in a figurative style. He was born in Forfar in 1941. He studied at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art from 1959 to 1964 under David McClure and Alberto Morrocco. He later returned to teach life drawing classes to a

Jack Knox RSA RSW RGI HFRIAS D.LITT (1936-2015)

Jack Knox was born in Kirkintilloch in 1936 to Alexander and Jean who had a tailor’s shop. After graduating from Glasgow School of Art in the late 1950s, he spent a year at the Paris atelier of the French painter André L’hote. On returning home he used what he had learned

Hilke MacIntyre

as born and grew up in Germany near the Danish border. 1983 – 90 I studied at the College of Art and Architecture in Kiel and after a diploma in Architecture worked for various architects in Germany and Britain. 1996 I moved to Scotland and concentrated on lino cutting, painting

Donald McIntyre

Donald McIntyre is the son of a shepherd. He was educated at Bell Baxter High School in Fife and Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee. As well as creating his ceramics, Donald worked in advertising and teaching for 40 years. He is now semi-retired and works from his

Graham Muir

Graham Muir set up his studio in 1999 after 9 years of teaching hot glass at Sunderland University; with the objective of solely concentrate on his own work as far as possible. He has a wish to make beautiful glass. Not ‘chocolate-box’ beauty per-se but the beauty you find in

Taisir Gibreel

Taisir Gibreel’s collections of must-have luxurious ‘Art to Wear’ fashion accessories Celebrate Colour, Culture and Diversity. The designs are based on original hand drawings of rural and urban Scottish Landscapes. Drawing great inspiration from the colours and shapes found in the highlands and the geometric shapes and structures found in

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