gillian murray

seaweed shore
£300.00
22.0 x 54.0 cm
overlooking edinburgh, braid hills
£350.00
41.0 x 41.5 cm
distant shores
£400.00
37.0 x 55.0 cm
coastal pines
£380.00
45.0 x 36.0 cm
winter trees
£180.00
17.0 x 44.0 cm
shuna island
£140.00
12.0 x 38.0 cm
samalaman area glenuig
£140.00
17.0 x 25.0 cm
rocks by portnockie
£155.00
18.0 x 25.0 cm
loch ailort from roshven
£180.00
16.0 x 45.0 cm
falls of dochart
£290.00
45.0 x 36.0 cm
cliffs by portknockie
£155.00
18.0 x 25.0 cm
muck & eigg from rhu
£140.00
20.5 x 28.0 cm
rannoch moor
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33.0 x 49.0 cm
inner sound, loch carron
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34.0 x 57.0 cm
tree line, loch sunart
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26.0 x 33.5 cm
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 Edinburgh Printmakers before recently deciding to focus full time on her own practice. She lives and works in Edinburgh.

With a focus on landscape, Murray seeks out quiet, remote locations, off the beaten path where she “can feel an affinity with the landscape”.  It is here that she makes sketches in which the ‘line’ is of prime importance.

 “The ‘line’ . . . is the link between me physically being in a place drawing, to it appearing in my final screenprint. It is the constant in my work around which I then create planes of colour and textures to make the final print.”

It is without doubt that Murray’s skill and sensitivity have come together in equal measure in these enticing and intriguing representations of the landscape.

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 Edinburgh Printmakers before recently deciding to focus full time on her own practice. She lives and works in Edinburgh.

With a focus on landscape, Murray seeks out quiet, remote locations, off the beaten path where she “can feel an affinity with the landscape”.  It is here that she makes sketches in which the ‘line’ is of prime importance.

 “The ‘line’ . . . is the link between me physically being in a place drawing, to it appearing in my final screenprint. It is the constant in my work around which I then create planes of colour and textures to make the final print.”

It is without doubt that Murray’s skill and sensitivity have come together in equal measure in these enticing and intriguing representations of the landscape.