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Jay Anderson continues to draw on a long successful career in art and design, coupled with a printed textiles degree from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, to bring her detail and visual insight to her most recent body of work based on landscape and nature.
Lucy's work depicts scenes of everyday life and explores her love of colour, textiles, people and travel. She uses various techniques throughout her work, including; painting, collage and screen printing.
Paul’s stunning award-winning work is inspired by nature. He uses collage which highlights the ecology and conservation of his subjects by incorporating text from recycled magazines. Originals and a wide selection of affordable prints.
Handmade porcelain pots, bowls, beakers, spoons and platters inspired by the weather and river light. Also, still life compositions of hand-woven silk and linen tapestries with porcelain objects.
Ian Boyter began exhibiting paintings in 1974 with a one-man show in the Libra Gallery St Monans while working as a graphic designer with the National Trust For Scotland. With roots in Scotland's North-west Highlands and in the East Neuk of Fife, his work is inspired by both of Scotland's coasts.
This year sees a project based around Balmonth farm in the East Neuk. I have spent the last nine months drawing, painting and writing about this place and the people who live and work there. A book accompanies the exhibition. Other work includes pieces from The Wood from 2018.
Avril is a visual artist and a Golden Artist Educator with a Degree in Design and Creativity. She creates mixed media representational and abstract works. Travelling and investigation inspire her work to create an overall sense of place or subject matter.
I enjoy painting scenes from the surrounding coast and love working with a variety of media. Oils, pastel, encaustic and merino wool felting feature in my artwork.
What is photographed is secret. Views invisible to the naked eye are explored. These tiny worlds have strange beauty, resonate with the more visible world and yet are untouchable. The work is not what it seems, landscapes are not real, dusk is not dusk.
Genna Delaney is an award winning jewellery artist and designer, who specialises in bespoke commissions and one-off pieces. Her work is inspired by the Scottish landscape, the coast, natural rock formations and architecture. Genna works in a variety of materials including one-off gemstones stones, silver, gold, perspex and polyamide. Her organic, sculptural jewellery, makes the wearer feel beautiful and confident in their own individual style.
Working in glass, Keny blends his traditional knowledge of stained glass with his degree in photography to create totally unique modern compositions.
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