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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Alison McWhirter BA MA was born in Dumfries, Scotland in 1975. McWhirter attended Bath Academy where she trained as a painter gaining a BA in Fine Art in 1998. She continued her studies to gain a Postgraduate MA in Visual Culture 2000. Bath Academy of Art has produced such luminaries as the colourist Howard Hodgkin. […]

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Amanda Buchanan Hutchison studied graphic art in Glasgow and hails from an extended family of artists. She lives in the beautiful countryside of Strathblane, in the foothills of the Campsie Fells. Based in her Little Wren Studio she produces many sought after pieces including dog portraits and abstract landscapes. She has an experts understanding of […]

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Ann graduated from Winchester School of Art, London University where she studied drawing and painting and was awarded the southern arts scholarship. She taught in Hampshire for many years and exhibited widely in the south, with solo shows in the Blaydon gallery, Hurstbourne tarrant and the Marlborough gallery. She retired from full-time teaching and came […]

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Anne gained an HNC in Graphic Design in the 80’s with her final project exhibited in the Stirling Smith Art Gallery. She has worked in several art-related posts, ending her career as a typesetter working on books from various major publishers. Although Scotland is Anne’s home and provides endless inspiration, she was schooled in Kuwait, […]

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I have been working as an artist and printmaker since graduating from Edinburgh University and live outside a small village near Dollar, Clackmannanshire. Much of my inspiration comes from the beautiful landscape of the Ochils and the rich variety of flora and fauna within it. My designs are all hand carved onto linocut blocks and […]

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Carol Moore was trained at Glasgow School of Art and the Ecole des Beaux-arts Aix-en Provence.  Themes close to home inform her work, still life, food, the landscape surrounding her studio in Balloch. She has exhibited widely throughout Scotland and the UK and in national competitions.  Last year she was awarded the pastel society of […]

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“My work is inspired by a love of land and sea and the footprints of human activity found where they meet. Although descriptive of the places I like, my paintings are not documentary but rather concerned with shape, colour and layering of textures. I hope to express something of the feel and atmosphere that I […]

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Originally from the east coast, Caroline spent many holidays and weekends in Argyll, finally moving in 2001 to the picturesque village of Tayvallich where she set up her studio and paints full time.  Crashing waves on white sandy beaches, seapinks on the shore and glorious sunsets all feature in her impressionistic paintings.  More recently mackerel […]

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Born in Glasgow, Catriona Millar studied at Harrogate School of Art and Grays School of Art, Aberdeen. Since the success of her sell-out 2005 degree show she has exhibited across the UK including the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh . In October 2006 she came to the attention of Charles Saatchi with her first solo exhibition […]

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