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Self-taught artist J.M. Baker was originally from Wimbledon in London. He has lived in Scotland since the 1970s and now resides in a cottage just outside Elie in the East Neuk of Fife and runs his studio Artick Design, in Pittenweem.
Always having an interest in art has encouraged him to experiment and utilise many types of medium in his work such as oils, water colours, pen and ink, chalk pastels, pencils and even household emulsion paint. This enthusiasm for experimentation and creativity is reflected in the originality and range of his work. His speciality lies in historic pen and ink illustrations from the local area and beyond. This can be seen in his latest exhibition entitled History of Fife in Pen and Ink.
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Just Out The Kiln
Come and visit my exhibition of one-off finely thrown sculptural stoneware ceramics in shades of aqua, duck egg, blue and dove grey. I also have a wide range of my modern domestic, home and functional pottery for sale.
The Dory Bistro & Gallery exhibits the work of several local artists, including co-owner Malcolm Cheape, and artists from other parts of Scotland and England. Much of the art work focuses on coastal themes and the natural world: paintings, prints, ceramics, glass and wood sculptures of fishing boats, fish, waves, seascapes and seabirds are in this year’s exhibition. Guest artists include Bobbie Coleman, Melanie Comber, Derrick Guild, Emily Macduff, Hugh Michael Maxwell, Kate Whyte Shearer, Sigrid Shone and David Smith RSW.
Cobalt Contemporary is situated in The Old School Ovenstone and will be showing new work of resident artist Susan Winton who has been inspired by the ancient landscape of Scotland and by her travels around Europe.
Open daily during the festival from 10am to 6pm with ample parking and complimentary refreshments. For exhibition details and map use link:
This year’s exhibition has regular artists: Susan Forsyth, Alison Midson, Janet Cleghorn, Karl Stern and The Fish Tailor.
We will also be showing fabulous new artists. Roslyn Leitch’s jewellery handmade with linoleum and precious metals, Wayne Galloway ceramics, and No Comply recycled skateboards made into bespoke jewellery and homewares.
Painters Anne Barclay and Karen Prentice will be exhibiting their recent work in their studios at Ovenstone, 1.5 miles from Pittenweem. Opening 10.00am - 5pm. Tea and coffee and plenty of parking.
Landscapes and cityscapes by Jan Fisher, Richard Fisher and other artists. Also prints by Jan Fisher, a range of ceramics, and other craft work.
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Celebrating 25 years at Pittenweem Arts Festival
Wedding rings in GSPP; laser engraved; textured; diamond set all profiles. Beautiful natural opals from Australia, Mexico and Ethiopia; hand-set one-off pieces. A shower of pearls featuring Tahiti, South Sea Japanese akoya and freshwater pearls from around the world.
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