Pittenweem Arts Festival

Exhibiting Artists  A -L

Festival 2022 August 6 - 13


Adrift Driftwood Art

Using bits and pieces from Scottish beaches, and pieces of cast off fabric and upholstery, Karen creates seascapes and wall art which celebrate nature and our place in it. Her ceramic pieces complement her overarching theme of the natural world. Each unique piece tells its own story. 

Faye Alexander-Macleod

My inspiration and passion for painting come from soaking up the atmosphere of my surroundings. The nets and boats and big vistas of the sea influence my subject matter.

Kirsty Anderson

Kirsty Anderson (KJA studio) will be exhibiting functional stonewear ceramics. The contemporary shapes are inspired by aesthetics of past objects. Pieces range from mugs and bowls for daily use to unique vases.

Lucy Anderson

Drawings and paintings that explore a relationship between nature and home, using my recognised love of colour, travel and textiles as inspiration. 

Sandi Anderson

Printmaker Sandi Anderson works tiny and huge, subtle and fluorescent, busy and spare, showing monoprints, etchings and perhaps some mokuhanga woodcut and some linocut too.

Michael Audsley

Michael Audsley is a multi media artist whose sometimes surreal work includes paintings, 3D wall hangings and jewellery.

Pauline Austin

Pauline has taken her love of treescapes and landscapes to a more abstract style. Still capturing mood, light and movement through different textures and mark making. Images inspired by a North 500 trip.


Anne Barclay (Ovenstone Artists)

These new works reflect my joy and gratitude of living by the sea, especially during the last two years.

Paul Bartlett

Stunning award-winning collages inspired by nature. Originals and prints for all budgets.

David Behrens

My work this year revolves around movement, whether that be entirely abstract kinetic sculptures animating locally-found sea glass, or more representative maritime automata.

Kirstie Behrens

Following a trip to the North West of Scotland I was inspired to produce new large scale etchings.

Reinhard Behrens

As Naboland remained a covid-free territory its continued exploration could take place unhindered throughout the last two years.

Allan Black

Allan Black’s paintings try to capture the ever-changing light and colour of the Scottish landscape.  The constantly changing sky tends to be the catalyst for the contrasting angles of cityscapes, open seascapes of the West coast and the harbours of the East.

Watercolour animals, flowers and local scenes by a Pittenweem artist.

Caroline Blackler

Kirsten Boston

I am a Scottish artist, working with all types of media. My show this year is inspired by walks on the Fife Coastal Path.

Anne Butler

My paintings are a response to the landscape. I work in layers scraping back and revealing colours underneath. There is a strong emphasis on colour and texture. Awaiting images


Sheila Caldwell

As I enjoy working with a variety of media, there are paintings in pastel, encaustic, oil, felting, inks, acrylic and seashore finds. There are also cards and my new book, Changed Days.

Dominique Cameron

As an artist my practice is rooted in walking. My work articulates what I find as drawing, painting, performance and text. I am currently exploring the Buachaille Etive Mor.

Felicity Chancellor

I enjoy painting and hope that characterises my work and communicates to the viewers.

Mairi Clark

Expressive semi abstracted sea and landscape paintings exploring colour, washes and textures primarily in oil by professional landscape painter Mairi Clark which create a sense of place. 

Derek Collins

My art was called Flaming Art as I used to set it on fire to achieve a certain effect but now I just use a hot air gun to move the colours about. I work with resin and various paints. I’m always experimenting with different paints and techniques. It’s a little bit safer.

Avril Cunningham

My new body of work uses oil and cold wax and focuses on my trip round East of Scotland and the vast differences in the landscape and atmosphere.

Heather Cunningham 

The richness and intensity of colour in the East Neuk has always been my inspiration for painting the sea and sky.


Genna Delaney 

Genna Delaney works from her garden studio in Tayport. She is inspired by the coast, forest and natural rock formations. Specialising in bespoke commissions, she produces architectural pieces in silver, gold, unusual gemstones and polyamide.

Sophie Demery

2019's Bursary winner Sophie Demery returns with her maritime influenced prints and artist booklets in their distinctive minimalist but playful style.

Dibujo Design

Gill combines her love for patterns with her love of nature. Lino cut prints combined with graphic computer drawings are used to create a gift and homeware range.

Frances Donald

I paint in oil, acrylics and mixed media and have exhibited and sold my work across Scotland over two decades.

Keny Drew

Keny Drew works from his studio just outside Pittenweem. He uses traditional techniques to create contemporary glass pieces.


Caroline Finlay

Contemporary silver and enamel jewellery inspired by the colours, textures and forms found along the Scottish coastline. Also etchings, screenprints and monoprints. Unique and colourful. Based in Fife.

Barbara Fleming

The lively colours of my semiprecious jewellery reflect the luxury of my hand knitted accessories.


A collection of different styles of photography including local landscapes, black and white film and water drop imagery.


Josephine Gillespie

Paintings in watercolour, acrylic and mixed media. Josephine's unique handmade bags and colourful jewellery will also be on display.

Ian Graham

Ian uses beautiful native hardwoods to hand-craft a range of functional and decorative items for the home. Items include quirky clocks, picture frames and elegant racks. And one or two amusing automata.

Sally Grant

I create handmade jewellery collections and bespoke wedding, engagement and eternity rings to commission. Textural, etched and gemstone jewellery incorporating ethically sourced materials.

H -I

Stephen Howard Harrison

Stephen Howard Harrison is a painter predominantly of the landscapes and fishing villages within the East Neuk of Fife, and uses the medium of oil paint on canvas.

Marianne Hazlewood

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.

Renate Heath

Flowers and landscapes.

Inspired by colour and life in the East Neuk, I work with oil and watercolour. I love experimenting and enjoy the abstracted form and flowing lines. Paintings, drawings, block-prints and cards.

David Henderson

Landscape from Fife, East Lothian, Harris, Sutherland and the Highlands. Sometimes it’s a realistic image, sometimes more abstract.

Robert Henderson

My approach to the subject of the steam railway is heavily influenced by the Oillette postcards produced early 20th century by Raphael Tuck and Sons.

Karin Hepburn

My latest work reflects my experiences of Lockdown and staycations in Scotland. Drawing inspiration from our beautiful country. My trips have included: Skye, East Neuk, Aviemore and Ayrshire .

Awaiting images 

Michelle Hewitt

Michelle is predominantly a wildlife artist aiming to capture the soul and character of her subjects. Pet commissions undertaken. Cards and giftware available. New venue for 2022.

Pat Holland

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

Laura Hunter

PAINT IT COMMA DARKER versus Making Up For Lost Time In Glorious Technicolour. We all get back to work trying to make sense of Before, During, and After.

Imprint Casts

Katy Eccles is a botanical casting artist based in Fife. She preserves the delicate imprint of flowers and foliage in plaster to create botanical casts in various sizes and finishes.

Elin Isaksson

Elin makes handblown sculptural interior accessories, candle holders and whisky glasses.Her designs are simple and tactile in vibrant colours. Accepts commissions.


Colin Jack

Looking forward after the last three years to my 31st Festival. With over 300 painted since the last festival, I have a lot of choices to exhibit!

Sally-Ann Johns

The circle symbolises the sacred nature of life, the spark of divinity that exists in each of us, in the smallest of creatures such as the sparrows and the blue tits.

Unfortunately, this exhibition has been cancelled

Phillip Jupitus

Phill Jupitus makes pop artworks encompassing personal archive, drawing and collage, both analogue and digital. This will be his second exhibition in Pittenweem after the sell-out Madmensheviks in 2019.

Unfortunately, Phillip’s exhibition will be closed till further notice.

Shelley Jupitus

I have been working on a series of prints based on images of my dad’s tools in an attempt to tell you something of the man and his many qualities.


Arthur Ker

My main sources of inspiration are Argyll’s native temperate woodlands and her coastal and inland waters. I aim to capture the spirit of a place in bold colours and brushwork.

Sarah Knox

Immerse yourself in Sarah’s exquisite watercolours and oil paintings. This well-established painter is renowned for her evocative paintings of the Scottish landscape which capture its atmosphere, light, and colour.


Angela Learoyd

Interesting and unusually shaped gemstones are combined with formed and textured silver to create Statement Pieces. A new collection Concertina, is made using the technique of metal corrugation.

Ian Ledward

A fusion of paint, print and photography creating unusual and striking views of landscape. Framed and unframed work in a range of sizes and prices.

Katie Littlefield

During lockdown, painting transported me to where I wanted to be; by the sea, on the beach, watching waves.

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