This is my diary in which I write down thoughts and particulars about some of my paintings.
Every now and then I will also jot down some notes when looking at the work of other artists.
I am thrilled to report that I not only did I participate for the second year running in the Small Scale exhibiton of the Open Eye Gallery in Edinburgh, with three paintings this time, but also that during the December exhibit all three of them were sold. Thanks Jilly and staff! About this exhibtion, which […]
Some wonderful updates from the Roger Billcliffe Gallery in Glasgow. The yearly “Postcard paintings” exhibition in the Billcliffe Gallery took place in November 2018 and was in aid of Diabetes Scotland. Roger and Michael and Lynn had been very kind to put some of my paintings in the main room, and three were sold on […]
The Glasgow Art Club is an institution with a 150 year old history. This private member’s club is “steeped in culture and heritage” and “a meeting place for generations of the city’s most innovative and creative inhabitants.” It was established in 1867, in its present Bath Street building, with the impressive purpose built main axhibition […]
Back from Glasgow, on to Perth! From the publicity: Perth Festival is delighted to announce the return of arTay. This large exhibition of Contemporary Scottish Art and Craft was a big success when it ran from 2000-2005 and it is with great anticipation that we have decided to bring it back. ArTay takes place beside […]
This year the Glasgow Contemporary Art Fair was held right opposite the entrance to the spectacular Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, and when I went to the show I was not merely thrilled to have some of my paintings right opposite the main entrance to the Kelvingrove bulding, but also delighted to see that my […]
This recent work, called “Best Companions,” is a painting which I simply had to make to express my appreciation for some of the artists who have inspired me through the years. I am thrilled to have entered this ‘homage’ in the current exhibition in Roger Billcliffe’s Gallery of Fine Art, and would love for it […]