Exhibiting Artists A - E

A celebration of the visual arts taking place in galleries, homes, studios and other venues throughout Pittenweem

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Jay Anderson

Jay Anderson continues to draw on a long successful career in art and design, coupled with a printed textiles degree from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, to bring her detail and visual insight to her most recent body of work based on landscape and nature.  

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Lucy Anderson

Lucy's work depicts scenes of everyday life and explores her love of colour, textiles, people and travel. She uses various techniques throughout her work, including; painting, collage and screen printing.

Kirsty Anderson

This is the first appearance at Pittenweem Arts Festival for Edinburgh-based textile artist and ceramicist Kirsty Anderson. She will be exhibiting her Scottish deer wall hangings as well as contemporary, landscape-inspired, hand-thrown stoneware.

Pauline Austin

I look forward to sharing my new work at the Festival this year. I usually work in acrylics and oils but have experimented with inks and watercolour with a new, abstract take on subjects. I love to paint treescapes showing mood through colour and how this works through the seasons.

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David Behrens

I’m heading into my final year of a music degree at Edinburgh University but have maintained an interest in the visual arts, recently specialising in kinetic art. This year’s show contains a variety of suspended mobiles and kinetic sculptures, all animating pieces of sea glass found on local beaches.

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Kirstie Behrens

I am a final-year student at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art. Over the year I have explored seasonal change in a series of coloured etchings that were inspired by the remaining pine trees of St. Michael’s Wood between Leuchars and Dundee. 

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Reinhard Behrens

Another year, another chance to sample the results of the latest expeditions into Naboland and a rare glimpse into the explorer’s hut, the wind howling and the radio signal still trying to connect to the outside world. No visas needed.

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Paul Bartlett

Paul’s stunning award-winning work is inspired by nature. He uses collage which highlights the ecology and conservation of his subjects by incorporating text from recycled magazines. Originals and a wide selection of affordable prints. 

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Susan Basham

Handmade porcelain pots, bowls, beakers, spoons and platters inspired by the weather and river light. Also, still life compositions of hand-woven silk and linen tapestries with porcelain objects.

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Ian Boyter

Ian Boyter began exhibiting paintings in 1974 with a one-man show in the Libra Gallery St Monans while working as a graphic designer with the National Trust For Scotland. With roots in Scotland's North-west Highlands and in the East Neuk of Fife, his work is inspired by both of Scotland's coasts.

Allan Black

Allan Black’s paintings try to capture the ever-changing light and colour of the Scottish landscape.  The constantly changing sky tends to be the catalyst for the contrasting angles of cityscapes, open seascapes of the West coast and the harbours of the East Neuk. 

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Caroline Blackler

Working in watercolour, Caroline offers up a collection of local scenes, birds and flowers. 

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Dominique Cameron

This year sees a project based around Balmonth farm in the East Neuk. I have spent the last nine months drawing, painting and writing about this place and the people who live and work there. A book accompanies the exhibition. Other work includes pieces from  The Wood from 2018. 

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Avril Cunningham

Avril is a visual artist and a Golden Artist Educator with a Degree in Design and Creativity. She creates mixed media representational and abstract works. Travelling and investigation inspire her work to create an overall sense of place or subject matter.

Sheila Caldwell

I enjoy painting scenes from the surrounding coast and love working with a variety of media. Oils, pastel, encaustic and merino wool felting feature in my artwork.

Sydney Clare Checkland

What is photographed is secret. Views invisible to the naked eye are explored. These tiny worlds have strange beauty, resonate with the more visible world and yet are untouchable. The work is not what it seems, landscapes are not real, dusk is not dusk.

Thomas Cameron

Previous Bursary Award winner and regular exhibitor, Thomas Cameron has developed a distinctly unique approach to painting. Known mostly for urban landscapes, he has also explored botanics, portraiture, interiors and more. Thomas has won fourteen awards for his painting, and is included in many public and private collections across the world.

Heather Cunningham

The richness and intensity of colour in the East Neuk has always been a joy to paint. This year our new surroundings offer more soft and subtle tones of the countryside, with glimpses of the coast and sea.

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Deborah Cameron

Deborah Cameron is a creative artist exhibiting a selection of one-off original wildflower vases, soul vessels and wall art and a beautiful collection of jewellery. Deborah will be launching new designs for her popular sculpture ranges at the festival too. Prints, cushions, artwork, homewares and small gifts are also available.

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Tim Cockburn

Everyday Life

Observations of humanity in general and Scottishness in particular.

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Derek Collins

My art is an extension of the paint effects I have been doing most of my life. I love the way some paints don’t want to be together and create amazing effects then I either set it on fire or use a blow lamp then finish it off with a coat of resin you just want to touch.

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Genna Delaney

Genna Delaney is an award-winning jewellery artist and designer, who specialises in bespoke commissions and one-off pieces. Her work is inspired by the Scottish landscape, the coast, natural rock formations and architecture. Genna works in a variety of materials including one-off gemstones stones, silver, gold, perspex and polyamide. Her organic, sculptural jewellery, makes the wearer feel beautiful and confident in their own individual style.

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Keny Drew

Working in glass, Keny blends his traditional knowledge of stained glass with his degree in photography to create totally unique modern compositions.

Gail Duncan

In her unique style, innovative pyrographer Gail Duncan uses the natural canvas of Scottish hardwoods for her sublime, searing illustrations. The wood is sourced and prepared by local craftsman Jim Brown whose bespoke handmade furniture includes subtle use of natural features.

As more artists’ entries come in, these pages are continually updated.

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