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Marion trained as a textile designer at the College of Art in Dundee and as a teacher at Jordanhill College. She was a children's tutor at Glasgow School of Art and has written and illustrated educational packs for the local authority.

She has exhibited her work in several locations including The Lillie Gallery and The Lighthouse.




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After graduating from Edinburgh College of Art in 1987 I quickly became embroiled in work and family responsibilities. Only comparatively recently have I enjoyed the freedom to return to oil painting and more recently still I've 'given up the day job' to devote more time to learning how to do it!



After thirty years as a film and television producer, I decided to retire and do what I had always wanted to do - paint. That was about 10 years ago: I recently took part in '5 Painters' exhibition at the RGI Kelly Gallery - an ambition achieved.



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I am a Sculpture graduate of Aberdeen Art School. I have been concentrating more on painting and enjoying different media since retiring from my business creating Mackintosh inspired gesso panels, the highlight of which was decorating the 'Oran Mor' brasserie. I am also a trained Exhibition Designer, a member of the Paisley Art Institute and Past President of and the Glasgow Society of Women Artists.



Silver LiningSilver Lining
Having painted, on and off since schooldays, early retirement gave me the opportunity to take up my paints again on a more regular basis. Oil is my favourite medium and I enjoy painting scenes from the west coast of Scotland including animals and people.


Little Road to LuskentyreLittle Road to Luskentyre
Elected member of Visual Arts Scotland, Glasgow Society of Women Artists and Paisley Art Institute. Exhibited with the Royal Glasgow Institute, the R.S.A. and Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions with C.F.A.G. Eton, The Edinburgh Gallery, the Torrance Gallery and Ainscough Contemp. Dartmouth and London.


Daffodil TimeDaffodil Time
I have painted all my life. I have studied for many years (extra murally) at Glasgow School of Art. I am an elected Artist Member of Paisley Art Institute and of other organizations. I have had solo exhibitions in Scotland and England. I'm a retired teacher, and I'm free to paint!


Ruth StevensonRuth Stevenson
I have always loved drawing and painting and spent many years at evening classes at Glasgow School of Art. My greatest interest is in life drawing and painting, but I also love painting landscapes en plein air.


East Neuk CornerEast Neuk Corner
Originally trained as a research Neuroscientist and educator working in universities throughout Scotland, I now paint many subjects, both in oil and watercolour, using travel to inform my work. I am an artist member on the Council of the Glasgow Society of Women Artists and have exhibited in mixed and charity exhibitions.


Doreen WilliamsDoreen Williams
I have been painting for 35 years and have exhibited in galleries in Edinburgh, Glasgow and London. My main works have been landscape or situation pieces and I prefer to work in fast-drying acrylics to allow me to paint abroad and bring canvases home safely.


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I studied Textile Design at the Glasgow School of Art where we went on painting trips for design ideas. This gave me a lifelong love of painting outside.
I had never used oils until joining the Southern Art Club where I learnt from watching others.
I have exhibited countrywide, but paint more now for my own pleasure.


Restless Sea, AnstrutherRestless Sea, Anstruther
Maeve Kinloch is an artist painting and exhibiting in and around Glasgow. After a career in teaching and having brought up a family, she turned her attention more fully to her passion for art.
She studied for several years at day and evening classes at Glasgow School of Art and at Glasgow University.
Maeve is an artist member of Paisley Art Institute and the Glasgow Society of Women Artists and has been much involved in the running of the Glasgow Southern Art Club.
Maeve is a landscape artist and has painted in Scotland and abroad. She exhibits in many exhibitions. Her preferred mediums are water colour and pastel


Hightland Butt and BenHightland Butt and Ben
After viewing a local Art Club exhibition I thought 'I could do better than that'. Twenty-five years on I am still trying. No tuition, just paint, paint, paint. Currently in oils with a palette knife plus occasional forays into watercolours and/or gouache.


'Ars longa , vita brevis' Life is short, the art is long. As time becomes more precious I find I give over more and more of it to art. From the night classes in my youth, to college full time in my 40s. I fear I will yet bleed.




I graduated from Belfast Art College in 1983 with a degree in Fine Art Printmaking and after a career in graphic design and teaching I now work as a full time artist. My medium of choice is pastel and I'm hoping to return to printmaking in the future. My inspiration mainly comes from the mood and character of the landscape.


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Having spent thirty five years in advertising & design. It was time to turn my attention to my first love, drawing and painting. By joining a few art clubs to learn more about oil painting & watercolour, resulting in the sale of work for the first time.


I have always been interested in art and have regularly attended life drawing classes and trained through lifelong learning and specialist courses which include those held in Glasgow School of Art, over a number of years. I am particularly interested in figurative work and portraiture as well as landscape and enjoy working in charcoal, pastels and oils in particular.


Nancy McHargNancy McHarg
I have painted all my life and am an Artist Member of Paisley Art Institute and Glasgow Society of Women Artists as well as the Southern Art Club.
I enjoy painting still life because of the colours I can use, but also paint townscapes and landscapes when I can, which is especially enjoyable in warmer climes.


Winter Light Calton Hill EdinburghWinter Light Calton Hill Edinburgh
I studied Landscape Architecture at Edinburgh College of Art, and worked in that field for several years. I then looked after my children at home, and developed my lifelong love of painting. I am particularly attracted to the colours and detail of the Scottish landscape, and I now exhibit in several galleries throughout Scotland.



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Alistair graduated from Glasgow School of Art to a successful career in Town Planning, Urban Design and Development. As a scribbler and painter of over 40 years, he now explores landscapes; architectural heritage; and city spaces, and how people use and enjoy them. He has exhibited at RGI and PAI and other galleries.



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My first occupation was that of an engineering draughtsman.
I then spent four years as a sea-going engineer. This was followed
by a career lasting 37 years, as a lecturer in mechanical engineering
in further education.

Since retiring in 1997 I have joined two art clubs and my main
focus has been on maritime art.


Painting from an early age, I very soon fell in love with oils, and have been faithful ever since! I I retired early from Glasgow School of Art to paint full time and exhibit in many shows and Galleries. I am an artist member of Paisley Art Institute where I was Secretary and Treasurer for many years, of Glasgow Society of Women Artists, and of the Glasgow Southern Art Club, serving more than once as President.