These are some of the artists who would have been exhibiting during the 2020 Festival
New ceramic reliefs, linocuts, woodcuts and paintings. Hilke works from her studio near Pittenweem. Her distinctive simplified figurative art is inspired by her life in the East Neuk.
Inuit Goddesses, Whales and Imaginings. Mostly ceramics.
Jill’s abstract use of colour, line and texture challenge perceptions of familiar places. A previous bursary winner, her new work includes paintings from a residency in Shetland and Fife landscapes.
Ian's paintings and prints are recently, mostly scenes from movies. He finds that this forces challenging compositions. He likes to make pictures that are neither purely abstract nor realistic but safely between the two.
My paintings are shaped by narratives that reflect encounters in everyday life. Toys and bric-a-brac interact playfully on the still life stage, often observed by onlookers waiting in the wings.
With exotic, endangered, and local wildlife art, Kirsten aims to capture the power and extraordinary life of these animals. Prints of most of her paintings are available to purchase, along with original artworks.
I make ceramic figures that explore and respond to contemporary culture and current events both personal and global. Exaggerated movements and proportions, ridiculous juxtapositions and humour are used to communicate meaning.