These are some of the artists who would have been exhibiting during the 2020 Festival
Marianne Hazlewood is an award-winning contemporary botanical artist. Visit her florilegia to experience botanical illustration in multiple media, traditional watercolour, pen and ink and new this year, screen printing.
My art harks back to the golden age of the railway when paintings would be reproduced and sold as postcards at stations all over the country.
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Textiles and illustration: scraperboard prints, textiles-printed, sculptural and stitched, tea towels, cushions and cards. Inspired by the extraordinary in the ordinary. The more you look the more you see!
I love painting some of the iconic Glasgow landmarks which mean so much to me. I have also been drawn to dramatic Scottish skies and seascapes.
Michelle’s stunning realistic artwork is inspired by the natural world. She captures the character of all the wildlife she sees. Originals, framed and unframed prints, coasters and cards.
Swedish glass artist Elin Isaksson has been blowing glass for 20 years and she produces hand-blown glass gifts, interior accessories and bespoke sculpture from her studio in Dunblane.
Colin is celebrating his 31st year at the festival with his scenes of his native East Fife in oils, as well as other subjects and styles.
I construct sculptures of smooth cylindrical forms which I engrave. The resulting piece is then inked, and prints are taken from the surface. It is a fun and intriguing process.
Primarily sculptural, Karen James works in fired clay...ceramics. Her pieces range from female figures enjoying their space to seabirds contemplating life! There are small diversions into functional work so you might see a bowl or two!
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