Exhibiting Artists  P - R

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

My paintings and drawings are inspired by the East Neuk of Fife and full of warm, bright colours. The old harbours and buildings provide interesting subjects. I work in a variety of media: oils, acrylics, inks and mixed media, sometimes using a scraffiti technique for added effect, and pencil drawing.

Jan Palmer

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Marlene Patrick

Marlene’s love of colour is expressed in her paintings, be it still life or landscapes. Her collages are unique, using a variety of materials. Marlene lives and works in Pittenweem, she has exhibited throughout Scotland.

Pittenweem Community Crafts

Sea and Shore

The Community Craft Project looked very close to home for this year’s theme. Fife coastal villages’ architecture, the sea and its creatures, beach and fishing, have all inspired us. By buying our creations, you help us support Parkinson’s UK in Scotland and the restoration of  The Reaper, The Scottish Fisheries Museum’s herring drifter.

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Carol Paterson

I work as a painter and digital printmaker creating a personal view of Colonsay in the Hebrides where I live part time and the East Neuk geometry of harbours and boats which I have loved for 20 years. Large (and small) paintings prints tiles and ephemera illustrate my work.

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Sophia Pauley

Last year's Bursary Award winner, Sophia presents a new series of work which focuses on the spaces in between the physical forms of the industrial world, using a bright contrasting palette to accentuate the flowing shapes. Her finished work uses the media of painting on canvas or wood, screen printing and painted sculptural installations.

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Deborah Phillips

Duncan of Jordanstone graduate Deborah paints her distinctive landscapes in her instantly identifiable, signature textured style. Her work is exhibited widely throughout Scotland and the UK and can also be found in collections world wide. Come visit her former net-shed garage to view a collection of her latest originals and prints.

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Lorna is bringing a new exhibition of hand-stitched original artworks to Pittenweem. Her collection displays her trademark attention to detail and understanding of colour and composition brought together by beautiful, skilled hand-stitching.

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Susan Reid

Susan is a landscape painter, who works mainly in oils, but also experiments in mixed media. She is particularly attracted to the colours and patterns of the East and West coasts of Scotland, and of France and Italy. She sells in several galleries throughout Scotland.

Derek Robertson

Captivating wildlife and landscapes by this internationally acclaimed, multi-award winning artist. Well-known from his TV programs and books, Derek’s work is held in collections in over 50 countries. Recent awards from USA, London and Taiwan. New paintings from the Isle of May, Tay reedbeds and travels in China.

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Roche Designs

Roche Designs makes sculptor’s jewellery, one-off art pieces in silver, gold, stones and other objects. They are hand-worked with a strangely Scottish feel and inspired by ancient finds; buried treasure and new finds; stones, seaglass, shells and plants.

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Jennifer Robson

Jennifer Robson uses the horse as vessel, friend and potent symbol of the artist's self. Robson exhibits new powerful and emotive oils and drawings. Other symbolic characters enter the work, taking on the female form in Horse-Girl, shape-shifting into Horse-Queen-an ex-deity with a grudge, playing out narratives to process the human experience.

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Frazer Reid

FAR cabinet makers run by Frazer A Reid specialises in bespoke pieces of artistic furniture as well as beautiful wooden surfboards. Everything is tailored to your specifications with no job being too big or too small. From kitchens to jewellery boxes, I want to create something unique for you.

Philip Raskin

An established favourite at the Festival, you are welcome to watch Philip demonstrate his skills at his easel every day. As ever, you will find a professionally displayed array of sea, land and skyscapes magically capturing Scotland's ever-changing light and moods as well as a selection of Philip's images on mugs, cards, ceramic tiles and canvas bags. (Philip will put up more images later).

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Forbes Ridland

Following last year’s Festival, over 2000 visitors responded to my question “Do you prefer my atmospheric or realist work?” 4:1 replied that they preferred atmospheric so here is the proof!

Dawn Rossiter

I roam and cycle the Fife coast absorbing the hugely dramatic seascapes of East Neuk and beyond. In the studio I work quickly to transfer the energy of emotions stirred by these visions into my impressionistic monotypes, collagraphs and watercolours.

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Michael Robson

Michael is a professional landscape painter working in Fife. His bold, colourful oil and watercolour paintings are inspired by the changing light of the River Tay and include landscape and still-life. He has exhibited with the RSA and RSW in Scotland and was a prize winner at the Mall Galleries London in 2009.

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Karen Rae

Exceptionally highly detailed and unique pen and ink drawings inspired by a clear design background.  Making references to timepieces, layering drawn mechanical workings in elaborate, imaginary arrangements and embellishing with 3d ornament personifies her original creations.  Bees, birds and plant forms encapsulate a visual reference to nature’s relationship with time. 

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

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