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News update November 2017

"Remains in the Landscape" a joint exhibition with Clare Yarrington, is showing at Fife Space, Rothes Halls in Glenrothes until December 20th 2017. New work on show.

 

News update February 2017

My new website is currently under construction. Apologies for any feedback messages I have been unable to respond to due to a technical hitch. I will respond as soon as possible.

Exciting new and up-coming exhibitions are listed on the Exhibitions page.

 

News update December 2015

Delighted that I have work selected for the Meffan winter exhibition in Forfar, from 3rd December to 31st December.

 

November 2015

Inspired and mind-blown by a wonderful trek to the Atlas mountains in Morocco. With our walking party we reached the summit of Mount M'Goun.

So many art works in the making now!

For more information on walking trips in Morocco please check out guided tours and inspirational website: AyeCan

 

July 2015

Just returned from a trip to the Lofoten Islands above the arctic circle in Norway. Truly inspired by the midnight sun, mountains, waterfalls, wildlife and fjords.

Scotland provides its own amazing scenery, lochs, mountains, beautiful sky and a climate that leaves it lush and green. But to view sheer mountain sides capped with snow reflected in the clear blue water of the fjords made Scottish landscape almost feel small in comparison.

Ruins of old fishermens cottages were beautiful in themselves, with rusting roofs and flaking paintwork offering flashes of vibrant colour among the greens and blues. Lots of material for new work and I'm very excited by it all.

I was recently interviewed by the Interactive Design Institute and you can read the interview here on their blog.

Lots of events coming up at Perthshire Visual Arts Forum, so checkout the PVAF website.


Previous news pages are now in the Archive.

Click to view: Poster
Remains in the Landscape
Click to view: I Ask Myself
I Ask Myself
Click to view: Encounter
Encounter
Click to view: Cold Light
Cold Light
Click to view: Hypocrisy
Hypocrisy