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Alan Stark:
marine & landscape art
Anastasia Russa:
contemporary icons in play with mythologies
Anne Lynch:
contemporary figurative paintings and prints
Antonino Trimarchi:
neo-surrealist paintings
Becca Clegg:
vibrant abstracts, semi-abstracts & landscapes
Caroline Juler:
writer, painter, sculptor
Danny Holmes-Adams:
British landscape & night paintings
Dimitrios Tsouris:
expressionist paintings - theme of ‘presence’
Emiko Aida
sixty years in bronze and silver
Frances Broomfield:
paints small, detailed, idiosyncratic work
Frances Knight:
plein air landscape paintings
Francis Murphy:
Heather Gulliver:
bright light oils of Africa with earlier abstracts
Janet Tod:
vibrant colourful still life
John Barnicoat 1924-2013:
20th century British art
Jo Tuck:
Jo Whitney:
atmospheric paintings in oil, Venice, Cornwall, Nice
Joan Doerr:
paintings inspired by elemental impact on environment
Julian Anniss:
paintings, oils, landscape & still life
Laurence Broderick:
Lee Campbell:
atmospheric oil paintings, landscape & metaphysical
Marjana Wjasnova:
symbolic, abstract, spiritual artist
Michael Alford:
figurative, landscapes, cityscapes, portrait commissions
Natalia Avdeeva:
views of London, oil paintings & prints
Nick Andrew:
contemporary landscape painting
Nigel O’Neill:
geometric paintings
Pat Castle:
oils & mixed media on paper
Paul Smith:
sculptures - bold, semi abstract, figurative
Rachel Fenner:
landscapes - trad. of British Romantic Abstraction
Ray Wilkinson:
land and seascapes
Richard Wallace:
properly painted pictures and pleasing prints
Rosemary Clunie:
a quest for the dream at the heart of life
Rosie Packer:
abstract paintings of the sea, city and nature
Shirley Morris:
paintings in oil, etchings in colour/monochrome
Simon Bergin
Sonja Benskin Mesher RCA, UA:
multi media
Tom Henderson Smith:
Paintings – Cornwall, landscape, seascape
Paintings – MY Cosmos! - female forms - dreamscapes
William Teather:
contemporary portraits using traditional skills
Glaswegian by birth but now a
resident of Edinburgh, while
Joan Doerr’s
bold, expressive
work is abstract, it is the walks
around beautiful Edinburgh that
often spark the creative ideas.
Weathering, surface and
atmosphere – how the elements
visually impact on the
environment, are a source of
inspiration. Time is also spent
drawing and observing plant
forms in the Botanic Garden and
an interpretation of these often
find their way into her art.
Working intuitively she applies
and removes layers of paint until
satisfied. Doerr has exhibited
widely across Scotland including
Open Eye Gallery
; in London
her work hung in this year’s
Royal Academy
Exhibition, and this month she is
featured in the Sunday Times
Watercolour Competition at
Mall Galleries
Rachel Staiger
Joan Doerr
‘Deep Purple’
listed above and at
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