Gill Knight

Gill grew up in various Scottish country locations throughout East, West and Central Scotland. Walking and being in nature everyday creates her desire to transfer memories and experiences into something tangible. Her preferred medium is oils often with a limited pallet. When reducing the colours it can often result in her work coming across as […]

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Catriona Fraser

“My practice is an exploration into the impossibility of defining beauty and perfection. Through personal experiences of self-doubt and worth from social comparison and media ideals, I create delicately intricate self-portraits not only highlighting my own journey but also creating a relatable platform for my audience. By partially obscuring the painting, I add objects that […]

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Anna Louise Mulvenna

“In my paintings, I collage together an array of different thoughts and ideas that often don’t relate, with the aim of producing elaborate compositions. I often use a range of contrasting colours, patterns and painting techniques to combine visuals inspired by certain books, lyrics, album covers, films, artworks. My ideas are portrayed as tangential thoughts […]

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Christian Kerr

Christian was born in 1998 in the Scottish town of Kilmarnock. Through his practice, he seeks to understand the totality of the human experience through a traditional process of making such as drawing and printmaking. His approach is philosophical – concerned with interpreting the fundamental laws of reality and existence. In his work, he questions […]

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Chloe Duncan

Chloe Duncan is a Scottish mixed media artist who marries digital processes such as Photoshop and Photomontage as well as Traditional Media within her Printmaking practice. This combination of techniques allows for diverse aesthetic quality within her work, with each piece presenting an amalgamation between the digital and the physical. As an Autistic artist with […]

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Alistair Bamforth

“My practice focuses on printmaking and oil painting as means of communicating my ideas. I have an inherently romantic view of the artist being a conduit for communicating thought around what it means to be human in our interaction with other people, beliefs and the landscape around us. in my fourth year I focused on […]

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Maxine Keenan

“Using muted tones and therapeutic gradients, the drawings I make are a homage to a quiet life. Themes of presence, embodiment, trace, loss, and memory persist by the process of continuously applying and removing graphite from the drawing surface, and delineating the image through minor and deliberate variations in tone. The drawings, through a process […]

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Carly Gillon

“Endangered animals are an interest of mine I’ve had for many years. This is an important area to draw focus to as they are in constant threat due to many factors like climate change, deforestation and poaching. I travelled around Thailand for just over a month to seek out some of these animals. In particular […]

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Lauren Ferguson

“Concerned with a sense of place, my practice has developed through an in-depth exploration of the history, architecture and associated objects in areas with which I have a personal connection. Through drawing, painting and printmaking, I develop open narratives about these places by considering individual, collective and social memories. I am interested in the connections […]

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Erraid Gaskell

Erraid is a modern abstract expressionist artist. Her vivid landscapes do not copy Nature. Rather, they explore intense experience and dreaming through memory and imagination,  creating form and a sense of place. Her paintings are at the intersection of  landscape and dreamscape, inscape and escape. ​ Erraid uses a wide range of materials such as acrylic, pastel, collage and oil. From her home in Perthshire, […]

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