Exhibiting Artists F - J

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

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There is a story of some kind in every painting, emerging from songs, poems, travel, and especially the East Neuk of Fife, its past and perhaps its future. It’s the first time my work has been exhibited at the Pittenweem Arts Festival.

Lorraine Fannin 

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I have been working on some new shapes for this year's festival; images are still inspired by the Scottish landscape and shore, with an emphasis on light, colour and pattern.

Anne E Ferguson 

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I make jewellery using natural stones and pearls, and my cosy hand knits are in luxury yarns. All at affordable prices.

Barbara Fleming 

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Tony Griffin

My work is a combination of impressionism and realism, with an emphasis on the observation of light and shade. Composition and colour play key roles, where the oil paint is applied intuitively and built in layers. I am fascinated by the play of light and dark to describe form.

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Beautiful and delicate figurative oil paintings executed on seasoned wooden blocks, board and canvas. Figurative, ridiculous, dark and humorous. Limited edition Giclee prints, drawings, greetings cards and more.

Moira Gillbrook

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Ian uses beautiful native hardwoods to hand-craft a range of functional and decorative items for the home. Clocks and picture frames are becoming a speciality. Other items include a collection of automata depicting surprising behaviours of the humble hedgehog.

Ian Graham 

Josephine Gillespie 

Paintings in watercolour, acrylic and mixed media inspired by my travels here and abroad. This year I will be exhibiting my handmade bags together with my colourful and affordable jewellery.

Christine Gupta

Self-taught Edinburgh artist painting in acrylic, specialising in dog portraits as well as large colourful faces and small seascapes from around the world. Christine will be painting at her venue, so you can see how her work comes to life on the easel. Commissions welcome.

Ian Green

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My work as a political cartoonist includes The Scotsman, Guardian and Independent amongst others. When I am fed up with politics I like to create strange new members for my local art club, mainly in gouache and acrylic.

Sally Grant

I create handmade, etched and textural jewellery collections and bespoke pieces to commission. I use both recycled and Fair-trade precious metals and I am committed to using ethically sourced gemstones. My creative process is inherently linked to the skills and craft of making each piece.

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David Henderson

My main focus is again on Harris and the Western Isles, and sometimes it’s a realistic image and sometimes it’s more abstract. Plus more paintings of some of my favourite areas, including Pittenweem, the Cairngorms and Majorca. 

Karin Hepburn

Living in Glasgow most of my life and a city girl at heart, I love painting some of the iconic landmarks which mean so much to me, especially when the sun is out! My paintings and limited edition Giclee prints have been growing in popularity over the last few years. 

Laura Hunter

Wishful Thinking

With customary humour and mindful craft, Laura Hunter presents work inspired by her host's account of an old Scots curse. An exploration of ways and means of expressing and harnessing hopes and fears when things appear outwith our control. Interactive experience including affordable, collectible fine art works and cards.

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Liz Harvey 

Liz works in watercolour and oils. She enjoys finding a balance between control and letting pigment and mediums, find their own way.  Her work, which is inspired by a passion for nature and the environment, often  incorporates natural materials such as sand and imprints of seashells, leaves or pine needles. 

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Madeleine Hand 

Madeleine Hand graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 1981 where she specialised in illustration. Her watercolour paintings capture imaginary journeys through country and coast and glimpses of everyday life.

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A plant is just a plant until you take the time to really see. Marianne Hazlewood is an award-winning contemporary botanical artist. Visit her florilegia. Arisaema Growth Cycle uses various botanical illustration techniques to demonstrate seasonal development in Cobra Lilies and Fernation Vernation explores verdant diversity in fern structures.

Marianne Hazlewood 

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Michelle Hewitt

Based in Anstruther, Michelle is a popular wildlife artist. This year she will be complementing her more traditional works with a new range of contemporary wildlife-themed pieces depicting the animals’ adaptation to our changing environment.  A percentage of sales from these works is going to local animal charities.

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Pat Holland

Impressionist style landscapes, seascapes and flowers in oils on canvasses ranging from small to very large.

Mark Holden

Inspirations from the West Coast, Venice and St.Andrews 

You are invited to see new work at Mark’s new venue this year. Originals, prints and cards are available.

Renate Heath

Fishes, Flowers & Findings

I love vibrant colour and the flowing line. My life in the East Neuk inspires my work. I like experimenting with different materials and techniques: drawing, printing and paint in watercolours, pastels and oils. This year I am showing my work in a new location. 

Stephen Howard Harrison

Paintings inspired by the beauty of the East Neuk of Fife with its beloved villages such as Pittenweem, Anstruther and Cellardyke. Harbour views, sea views, village views, farmland views. Media : oil paint on canvas. Prints and cards are also available. 

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Elin Isaksson

Swedish glass artist Elin Isaksson has been blowing glass for 19 years and she produces hand blown glass gifts, tiles, luxury chandeliers and bespoke garden sculpture. She also offers a new wedding Unity Ceremony service using glass crystals.

Dominic Ibbotson

50 Degrees

A collection of images looking at the East Neuk and a coastal community close to the equator 50 degrees south.

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Colin Jack

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Colin is celebrating his 30th year at the Festival with his scenes of his native East Fife in oils, as well as other subjects and styles. In particular this year he is also exhibiting paintings in the Japanese ukiyo style.

Karen James

Inspired by the music and dance of life, I hope my Fleshpots convey the comfort that one should feel in one’s own skin. Ceramics.

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Shelley Jupitus

The intentions and outcomes of printmaking may be creative, but in between there is process and experimentation. I like to focus on these and see where they take me. It doesn’t always work, but it is always fun.

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Phill Jupitus

Phill has been making art professionally on a part-time basis since 1984. His work has appeared in various periodicals and he has done design for Billy Bragg. He was a contestant in 2018 Celebrity Portrait Artist of the Year. He did not win.

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

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