From The Archives

This from the very first post in The Blog …an interview for Gallery Heinzel’s 2018 group show: When did you realise you wanted to become an artist and what inspired you to paint? I began painting in my late teens and am self-taught. I was inspired by the landscape around where I was brought up

Forthcoming Online Exhibitions

Despite the difficulties of the past months, I have been heartened to see how many galleries have remained positive about the future. I have work in a number of online shows. Frames Gallery in Perth are running a virtual ArTay exhibition from Thursday 28th till Sunday, 31st May; Tolquhon Gallery, Tarves, have an online ‘Summer

Aberdeen Artists’ Society ‘Coming Home’ Exhibition

I submitted 3 works to this, the first Aberdeen Artists’ show in the refurbished gallery. Always in the past an important, well-attended exhibition for the City and Shire. Fond memories of my first success with AAS. As a very young, very amateur artist, I submitted an early watercolour entitled ‘December Woodland’. It sold for the

New to Gallery

Most private galleries remain closed during the current Covid emergency. As a result, I have updated the Gallery pages of my website to include a section of Work Currently Available. This section will be updated weekly. Just double-click on the image to get information on sizes & prices. All prices quoted are for work framed

New Work: Late Winter Landscapes

Three new paintings completed during the lockdown. Two snowscapes from Garvock looking North-West over the Howe towards the Grampians & a late winter sunset near Denlethen. Moving on now to explore the Mearns in Spring.

Fidra Fine Art

In common with all other galleries, the Fidra Fine Art group show is now an online exhibition. Why not visit to view some excellent work? I must thank Alan for all his efforts and help in the run up to what would, I am sure, have been an excellent exhibition on the theme of