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alan b hayman

Alan Hayman was born in Montrose in 1947. When most of his peers were still playing with toys, he was studying and drawing the bird life found around the Montrose Basin.

alasdair currie

Alasdair was born in Laggan, Inverness-shire in 1964 and although raised mostly in St Andrews, Fife he always considered himself to be a Highlander.

alec dickson

Alec Dickson spent most of his working life as a surveyor in York.  Although he has no formal artistic training, for over thirty years Alec has scavenged flotsam and found...

andrew sinclair

Andrew Sinclair graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone, Dundee, in 1996 with an honours degree in Painting and Drawing. Painting solely in oils, in the manner of ‘chiaroscuro’...

andrew squire

Andrew's paintings are deceptively simple and draw on his own environmental beliefs. They reflect the artist's personal experiences and memories gained whilst travelling and...

anna bussot

Anna Bussot was born in Barcelona in 1956. She studied at the Centre d’Art and Design de l’Escola Massana, graduating in fire enamels and also has a degree in Painting and...

anna king

Anna's work explores the margins of landscape, edges, deserted places and buildings

anna raven

 Anna has lived in the Highlands full time since 2004 but has been visiting Morvern all her life and her family have had an involvement there since 1930. Her work is largely...

ben averis

Ben Averis is an artist and naturalist living in Scotland. Since graduating in Fine Art (Painting) from Bath Academy of Art in 1980 he has worked as a botanist and as an artist...

brian henderson

Brian was born and educated in Edinburgh, completing his post-graduate diploma at Edinburgh College of Art in 1976.  He spent most of his working life as an art teacher in...

cara mckinnon crawford

Cara McKinnon Crawford was born in Campbeltown, Argyll, and raised in the Highland village of Strathpeffer. All aspects of the arts were central to her formative years....

charles simpson

Born in 1952, Charles Simpson attended Glasgow School of Art in the early 1970s. After graduation with a degree in graphic design he worked as a designer in Edinburgh. In 1990...

chris barnes

Chris Barnes studied Sculpture at Goldsmiths College and St. Martin’s School of Art, London. In 1989 he rented a workshop space with a potter and the early 1990s was a fruitful...

colin woolf

Colin Woolf has been a professional artist for nearly 30 years, and with many achievements and awards he has established a reputation as one of the UK’s leading wildlife and...

david dipnall

David Dipnall was born in Scotland during the early war years of English parents. He received his education at Portsmouth Grammar School on the inspiring South Coast of England...

david greenall

Born on Merseyside in 1947, David Greenall left school at the age of fifteen and worked in the fishing and building industries before taking up painting in his late twenties....

duncan grant

Argentinian born Duncan Grant developed his skill and creativity working under acclaimed sculptor Matias Mischung. He now uses his own language to create pieces using reclaimed...

duncan johnson

Duncan Johnson’s art represents an attempt to capture an experience of the landscape of The Western Highlands.

ellis o'connor

Delighted to be introducing the wonderful Ellis O'Connor to our gallery.

fiona macrae

Fiona grew up in Argyll, studied painting at Glasgow School of Art graduating in 2000 and has since had a full time career in painting. She has exhibited nationally and...

gavin young

Gavin graduated with a BA Hons Fine Art (painting and drawing) from Duncan of Jordanstone in Dundee and that is where he now lives with his family. He is renowned for his...

george birrell

Born and brought up in Glasgow’s West End, George Birrell trained at the Glasgow School of Art from 1967-1971. He then went on to teach and lecture in art, design and...

gill tyson

Gill Tyson specialises in lithography, a printmaking process that combines direct and expressive mark making with deliberate and aforethought building of layers. In cool,...

gillian murray

Gillian Murray was born in Perth and studied Fine Art (Printmaking) at Aberdeen’s Gray’s School of Art. She worked for many years running the Screenprinting department at...

helen fryer

Born and brought up in Cumbria, Helen left the county at the age of 18 to study Geography at Manchester University.  After years living in and exploring various parts of the UK...

helen michie

Born in Edinburgh, Helen studied Ceramics at Grays School of Art in Aberdeen, specialising in Sculptural and Architectural Ceramics.

hugo saloschin

Hugo trained as a portrait painter in Florence at Charle​s Cecil Studios. He was invited to teach and remained several further years.

ise stumpff

Ise works from a studio in Lochaber, where she designs and makes stained and painted glass panels using techniques originally developed by medieval master craftsmen. Her...

jackie henderson

Jackie graduated in Contemporary Art Practice in 2014. Art has always been a large part of her life as she worked within various sectors bringing out her creative skills as a ...

jan gardner

Jan was born and brought up in North Wales and spent much of her early years wandering the lanes and hills around her home. It was here that the light, space and colours that...

jane rushton

Jane Rushton was born and brought up rural North Lancashire.

jenny soep

Jenny Soep is a visual artist who specialises in drawing live events in public, intimate and educational situations.

jeremy paul

Born in Accrington, Lancashire, UK in 1954, Jeremy Paul had a successful career in marine biology before becoming a professional Wildlife Artist.

jim wright

Jim Wright’s work is an emotional response to his experiences in the more remote areas of the moors, mountains and coastline of Northern Britain where the landscape and weather...

john black

We feel greatly honoured and privileged to show the work of John Black at Resipole Studios.

john hodgson

John Hodgson is a woodturner based in Fuinary, near Lochaline. Wood has long been a passion for him.

john slavin

This body of work from painter born John Slavin, comes from his time living on Skye.

jon schueler

Jon Schueler grew up Milwaukee and studied English with the intention of becoming a writer but his plans were interrupted by war. He served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during...

jonathan mitchell

Since graduating from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee, in 1990, Jonathan Mitchell has developed a considerable reputation as a painter of the Scottish landscape...

jonathan shearer

Through a process of walking, drawing and painting directly in the highland landscape and working repeatedly in different places chosen and revisited many times Jonathan...

joyce gunn cairns

Edinburgh based artist Joyce Gunn Cairns MBE trained in Drawing and Painting at Edinburgh College of Art, having previously completed a degree in German and Comparative...

julian opie

Julian Opie's distinctive reductive style draws from diverse influences including billboards, classical portraiture and sculpture, dance, Japanese woodblocks, and cartoons. His...

katherine maclean

Katherine is an artist based in Ardnamurchan. Working ‘en plein air’ provides the inspiration for and is the very essence of her creativity. Her approach is rooted in...

keith thomson

Keith Alan Thomson is an artist/designer/printmaker/interactive multi-media technologist based in Elgin, Scotland. After twelve years of teaching Visual Education and Media...

kirstie cohen

Kirstie Cohen was born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1963.

kirsty lorenz

Kirsty Lorenz is a Fife-based visual artist who graduated with a joint honours degree in Art & Art History from Goldsmiths College, London, in 1992.

lucy gray

Lucy Gray lives and works on the West Coast of Scotland. She uses the skills she gained during her sculpture degree (Central school of Art and Design 1st class BA Hons ) and...

maggie zerafa

After completing a BA in Ceramic Design at Monash University, Melbourne in 1992 Maggie moved to Japan to embark on a three year apprenticeship in the Mingei tradition studying...

mary holden bird

Mary Holden Bird was a painter and etcher, mainly of seascapes and landscapes. She studied at Heatherley’s School of Fine Art and went on to show at the Fine Art Society, where...

michael corsar

Michael Corsar was born on 16th May in 1972. He studied at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee from 1992–1996 and graduated BA (Hons) in Fine Art, Drawing and...

michelle knight

Michelle lives and works in the Highlands and has a studio based in Cromarty. Michelle graduated with a BA (hons) from the Wolverhampton School of Art and then proceeded with a...

michelle young-hares

Michelle studied Ceramics at Edinburgh College of Art, graduating in 1994 with BA(Hons) Ceramics and PGDip Ceramic Design.

norrie maclaren

Norrie was born in 1948 and grew up in the Highlands. He now lives on the West Coast of Scotland, near to Fort William, in the former summer house of florist and cook,...

patricia shone

Patricia Shone grew up in Devon and studied ceramics in London. She lives and works on the Isle of Skye in North West Scotland. In 2019, Shone was awarded The Craft Charitable...

penelope anstice

A graduate of Edinburgh College of Art, Penelope spent 16 years in Amsterdam and London before returning to the landscape of her native Scotland.  Painting directly from the...

peter howson

Born in 1958 in London, before moving to Scotland as a child, Howson is considered one of the foremost figurative painters of his generation.

richard bracken

Richard Bracken is a multi-disciplinary artist who initially trained as a sculptor at Edinburgh College of Art. He now lives and works Lochaber, where he is the lead...

rob fairley

Rob Fairley was born in 1953 and educated at Edinburgh College of Art.

rodger insh

Born in Kirkcaldy and now based in Montrose Rodger graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee in 1971. Although his roots are from the east coast, it is the...

rose strang

After completing an honours degree in 1997, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Museum and Gallery Curation in 2000, Rose Strang worked as an arts curator and artist until 2012 when...

ruth brownlee

Born near Edinburgh in 1972, Ruth graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 1994 with a BA Hons in Drawing & Painting/Tapestry.

In 1998, she moved to Shetland to...

ruth o'dell

Ruth O’Dell graduated from Winchester School of Art with an Honours degree in 1986 and worked with her partner David Greenall, also a painter at their studio in Sandgate, Kent...

sam macdonald

Perthshire-based sculptor, Sam MacDonald, grew up on the Isle of Lewis and, after 4 years at Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts training in Silversmithing and Metalwork,...

stephen french

Born in Clydebank in 1953, Stephen went to Dundee Art College to study painting, graduated BA in Drawing and Painting, and then won the Greenshields award to study painting in...

tommy rowe

Tommy was born in Mousehole, a small fishing village in Cornwall, in 1941. From the age of 18 he worked under Barbara Hepworth, learning the art of working forms and how to...

tricia thom

Tricia Thom is an Edinburgh-based ceramicist who trained at Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen before going on to work in the ceramics industry in the Highlands.

wendy lawrence

Wendy Lawrence fell in love with the properties of clay on an art foundation course twenty years ago. She now divides her time between making her own work, and teaching and...

william brian miller

Born in Glasgow in 1956, moving east to take up a place at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, graduating in 1981. Shortly after he received the Greenshields award which was...

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