Graduate of Industrial Design, Glasgow School of Art. While a student at the GSA exhibited (and sold) paintings and sculpture at the Royal Glasgow Institute.
Alan Cameron’s main subjects are the landscapes of Scotland and Italy. This provides a wide spectrum of subject matter which contrasts the weathered fields, rugged hills and coastline of Scotland with the warmer light and finish of Italy.
1959 Born Glasgow
2003–4 PGCPSE Strathclyde University
1977–81 Edinburgh College of Art BA(Hons) Drawing and Painting
Ann Oram RSW was born in London in 1956 and grew up in the Scottish Highlands. She attended Edinburgh College of Art where she was inspired by her tutors including Anne Redpath and Sir Robin Philipson.
Anna King graduated BA (hons) Fine Art at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee after a sell-out degree show.
In 2005 Anna received the Royal Scottish Academy Landscape Award from the RSA Student Exhibition and also received the Ian Eadie Award, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design.
Tony was born in East Kilbride in 1967. He studied at Glasgow School of Art from 1988 — 1992 graduating Hons (painting). His figurative paintings concentrate on the body, mixing both flesh and soul allowing his fine draughtsmanship to draw the observer into the haunting space his protagonists inhabit.
Catherine employs the use of subtle colour and tone whilst playing with scale, composition and open space to create paintings and silk-screen prints of animals.
Her creatures are brought to life using spontaneous and vivacious line that explores movement and personality.
Born and brought up in Dollar, Catriona studied at Glasgow School of Art (1957–61). She was taught to observe by her father who was also a painter, Catriona was “taught by a man who was taught by a man who was taught by a man who was taught by Manet.”
Claudia Massie was born in Perth in 1978 and grew up near Selkirk. She trained at Edinburgh College of Art, graduating in 2000 with BA(Hons) Drawing and Painting. Her studies included a six month scholarship at the Facultad de Bellas Artes at the University of Salamanca, Spain.
Craig Campbell was born in Prestwick, Ayrshire, in 1960. This area of Scotland is abundant with golf courses and playing fields, so it’s not surprising that the majority of his inspiration has come from sport and its personalities. Craig studied at The Glasgow School of Art and then spent his early years working in London as a Graphic Illustrator for several of the leading agencies. His love for all sports, golf in particular, brought him back to his painting .