Moy Mackay

Graduating from the Glasgow School of Art in 1990 with a BA (Hons) degree in Design specialising in printed textiles, Moy Mackay, born in Edinburgh in 1966, is a Scot born and bred who continues to work and live in her native land today. Moy’s rich vibrant works of art, where she has developed an innovative coupling […]

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Janice Gray

A graduate from Glasgow School of Art in the 1980s, Janice later worked, rather appropriately, for a period as Artist in Residence at Edinburgh Zoo. Her highly decorative, amusing and beautifully observed works combine birds, animals, fruit, handbags, high-heeled shoes , teacups with witty writing commenting various aspects and  foibles of her real and imagined menagerie of […]

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Garry Harper

The human figure has always been Garry’s main source of inspiration. He says his creative mind is always at play through the course of a day, taking in ideas for textures, marks and tones to play with and marry them with the human form.  Glimpses of people from a film might inspire, or the back […]

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Kirsty Wither

“I think of a painting in terms of colour first, then texture, then the subject matter becomes more defined. It’s important for me that if someone is looking at a painting all day, it is an uplifting experience — that doesn’t mean the paintings are easy or simplistic, rather that they are built up in […]

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Alison Dickson

Alison is originally from N. Ireland and has lived in her adopted home, Edinburgh, for 27 years. Her work appears in collections throughout the UK and further afield, including that of comedian Michael McIntyre. Her paintings are regularly selected for the annual exhibitions of both the Royal Scottish Academy (RSA) and the Royal Scottish Society […]

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Mairi Stewart

Mairi Stewart studied Drawing and Painting at Edinburgh College of Art graduating in 1977 and following a successful career in teaching, retired early in order to paint full time. Mairi’s work is an infusion of her daily observations and is an intuitive response to the relationship that selected objects have with memory. She finds constant […]

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Victoria Wylie

Victoria makes contemporary abstract landscape paintings. Her eye is drawn towards horizon lines, colour, marks and patterns in the landscape. She has a passion for remote and open spaces and explores the visual tensions that arise when sky meets sea meets land. She translates these experiences into bold, striking and abstract depictions of a place. […]

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Damian Henry

Damian Henry is an artist printmaker known for his distinctive figurative images of young couples as they go about their everyday life. Graphic works range from small monochrome etchings to large vibrant colourful monotypes. Etchings employ gentle, romantic, detailed imagery – flowers, girls, musicians.

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Ruth Brownlee

  My work is based on recent responses to the rugged dramatic environment of Shetland and its visual drama of constantly changing elements against the coastal landscape and the North Sea.

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