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Three Rivers Meet

‘Three Rivers Meet’ inspired by Alexander Moffat’s painting ‘Poets’ Pub’ investigates the landscapes of the seven great Scottish poets, (Hugh MacDiarmid, Edwin Morgan, Norman MacCaig, Sorley Maclean, George MacKay Brown, Robert Garioch and Ian Crichton Smith).

Described by Alexander Moffat and Alan Riach as “… intrinsically optimistic works, essentially curious, comprehensively exhilarating …”. ‘Three Rivers Meet’ will be shown in the following galleries;

Open Eye Gallery Edinburgh 11 October 2014 – 29 October 2014

Duff House Banff 7 November 2014 – 2 January 2015

RGI Kelly Gallery Glasgow 8 November 2014 – 29 November 2014

Park Gallery Falkirk 31 January 2015 – 18 April 2015

Line Gallery Linlithgow 31 January 2015 – 24 February 2015

The art works will be selected specifically for each gallery and varied accordingly.

FABRIC OF THE LAND

13th September – 5th October

Fabric of the Land is an exhibition exploring links between Art and Science

and is showing in Aberdeen at 9 East Terrace, Union Square, AB11 5RG

The Roger Billcliffe Gallery

Poppies Exhibition, July 2014

Commemorating the First World War and those who fought one hundred years ago. An exhibition by selected artists to mark the event.

Glasgow Postcards, July 2014

Glasgow is the Commonwealth Games host city this year, this exhibition by selected artists is a small tribute to the event.

Aberdeen Artists’ Society – Apache Award

It was lovely to be at the Aberdeen Art Gallery for the first time for the opening of the Aberdeen Artists’ Society Annual Exhibition.

I’m very grateful to have been awarded the 3rd prize in the Apache Awards.

May Exhibitions

I am looking forward to a very exciting May. I have just had work accepted for the Aberdeen Artists’ Society Annual Open Exhibition, the Royal Scottish Watercolour 3rd Summer Open Exhibition and the Paisley Art Institute’s 126th Annual Exhibition.

Aberdeen Artists’ Society

Annual Open Exhibition

Aberdeen Art Gallery, Sat 10th May to Sat 21st June 2014

Abecedarium

Open Eye Gallery

Abecedarium includes 26 Open Eye artists (including Barbara Rae, John Byrne, Simon Laurie and Ann Ross) with the works being inspired by or interpreting a letter of the alphabet. My work was for the letter ‘U’ and is titled ‘Understanding and undergrowth at Brownsbank Cottage’.