Morag Stevenson

Aberdeen born Morag Stevenson studied Fine Art at Aberdeen College. Among her influences she lists the Scottish painter Ken Frewin, whose classes she attended as a young girl, and Joan Eardley. Her paintings explore texture, colour and observation. Working mainly in oils, she captures atmosphere and emotion with her passionate and energetic application of paint.

Jenny Hunter

In 2002 Jenny achieved a BA (Hons) Fine Art at Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen. She is currently working as a professional artist and part time arts tutor.

Iain McIntyre Younger

Iain was born in Stirling and after spending a business career in London has returned to live in Creiff where he has renewed his love of painting. On completion of a Fine Art degree at the University of the Highlands and Islands, Ian now produces a variety of works including landscapes, abstract and figurative work. His influences include Cezanne and …

Fiona Sturrock

Working mainly in acrylics, Fiona has an interest in the old and new, the past and the present, and how these function together within the same space. She is drawn to objects with a history, a narrative, or just a plain old vintage charm. Old vases and jugs hold and contain the vibrant newness and natural simplicity of the flowers …

John Clelland

Since retiring from teaching Aberdeen artist John Clelland has pursued his love of painting and mixed media pieces featuing the wild north-east coast and surrounding area.

Rona Kant

Rona developed her passion for painting when she moved to the Highlands of Scotland in 2000. Inspired by the majestic surroundings of the Cairngorms National Park where she lives, she started to paint in acrylics to capture the light and convey the intense colours which are evident in her work today. Prior to her move to the Highlands, Rona graduated …

Helen Forrest

Helen Forrest is an artist based in North East Scotland.  Helen has always painted and paints from the heart.  For her painting is like a visual diary.  Her work is a result of her individual story, quirks, techniques and way of seeing things. Her deep love of life and her reflective nature shines through in her work. Helen’s subject matter ranges from …

Anne Armstrong

Ann Armstrong studied Fine Art at Glasgow School of Art from 1970-74, tutored by David Donaldson, Duncan Shanks and Leon Morrocco. Her work is inspired by travel and the subjects of her watercolour, oil paintings, pastels or drawings could be the grey subdued light of a Parisian street in winter, the blinding midday sun on the Nile, Mediterranean beaches or …

Paul Bartlett SWLA

A self-taught artist with a PhD in animal behaviour. He is an elected member of the Society of Wildlife Artists (SWLA) and won “Artist of the Year” in 2006 and the Langford Press award in 2012 at their annual exhibition at London’s Mall Galleries. He has twice been a category winner and overall runner-up in the David Shepherd “Wildlife Artist …

Tricia Sutherland

Tricia was born and educated Aberdeen and is now living in Braemar. Partly representational, her oil paintings are about colour and movement. She finds replicating a scene unsatisfying, preferring instead to convey the essence of what’s seen and feelings evoked, no matter the subject be it land or seascape, figurative, still life or animals.