Exhibiting Artists  S - Y

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

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John Scott

Both Naked Raku and Copper Matt firings have an element of surprise and so I make highly controlled forms that allow the unpredictable nature of these firing methods to enhance the pots and give them a visual energy. Experience dictates which forms work best with which techniques.

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Kirsty Stewart

Kirsty Stewart is a Fife based jewellery designer maker using traditional craftsmanship combined with contemporary design to produce her beautifully hand-crafted jewellery collection. She combines precious metals with both precious and semi-precious stones to incorporate colour into her work. Birds, in particular their flight and feathers, inform her work. 

Gill Smith

Gill Smith

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St Andrews Photographers

An exhibition by local photographers who want to share their insight into the amazing diversity of landforms, seascapes, plant & animal life to be found in Scotland & further afield. We have a range of framed & mounted photographic art, as well as cards, for you to browse.

Marjory Sime

Atmospheric landscapes and seascapes with a bold use of texture and colour. The venue is located on the picturesque West Shore and is not to be missed. Come on in for a warm welcome!

Fiona Sturrock

Fiona has an interest in the old and new, the past and the present, and how these function together within the same space. She chooses subjects with a history, or a simple vintage charm. Working mainly in acrylics, she paints from a mixture of life scenes, landscapes, photographs and imagination.

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Nancy Turnbull

This will be Nancy’s fifth year at Pittenweem.  She enjoys painting the Scottish landscape in all seasons and weather. The ruggedness of the seashores of  the  West Coast and the islands contrast well with the soft tones and cloud effects of Fife. It is always a challenge to try to capture the true essence of the landscape with paint and canvas.

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Gina Wright

It is the depth of feeling and emotion I have experienced, that I want to convey in my art, regardless of subject. Pastel and Oil suit my approach and enable me to work spontaneously. I love the fact that painting is a never-ending journey of discovery

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James & Caroline Ward

This exhibition includes James Brent Ward’s eclectic objects and jewellery crafted from gold, silver and refractory metals. Caroline makes shell art and necklaces from semi-precious stones.

Emma Jo Webster

Emma Jo is a professional colourist tapestry weaver based in Glasgow, who specialises in handwoven portraits and magical colour abstracts woven on magician’s rope!

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Nicola Wiltshire

A former Bursary Award Winner in 2017, Nicola presents her latest series of colourful and striking oil paintings on fabric. Her recognisable style combines rich colour combinations and bold outlines in paintings inspired by people, the landscape and still life.

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Ann Watson

I work from my home studio in St Monans, and my art is about colour texture and energy. Living by the sea influences my work and I try to capture the local area in a semi abstract manner.

Julie H Winter

Working with a light touch and rich oil colour, Julie paints landscapes from her original sketches, often working outdoors; capturing a fleeting moment. Worldwide travels have turned to worldwide sales for this adventure seeking artist.

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Liz Yule

Drama and contrast expressing changeable light conditions and effects of weather on the landscape are Liz's main theme this year. Her usual mix of acrylic and watercolour paintings are sure to captivate your imagination and help you see familiar scenes in a new exciting way.

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Georgie Young

'Georgie Young is a graduate of Glasgow School of Art and paints mainly contemporary Scottish landscapes. She paints primarily in acrylic using a bold palette and layer upon layer of rich textures. For many years Georgie lived, and painted in Ayrshire. She now divides her time between Edinburgh and Pittenweem. 

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

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