Cameron F. Coutts

Working mainly in watercolour and acrylics, Cameron’s subject matter is wide ranging

Robert Graham

Robert Graham, from an early age, had always been interested in art, and in Perthshire he soon discovered the joy of watercolour painting.

Avril Ward

Avril Ward has developed skills in both watercolour and acrylics, and sometimes uses mixed media too. She takes her inspiration largely from the beauty of her surroundings

Tim Cottee

Tim Cottee's pictures are created principally using typography; text is manipulated to create an image, creating a different take on the old saying: ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’

Chelsea Atkinson

CHELSEA ATKINSON mainly paints animals in a unique and colourful style, using acrylics, manipulating the original colours and creating a new and exciting interpretation.

Frank Colclough

His inspiration for his painting stems from his admiration of the Scottish colourist movement, and this is reflected in his work that now consists mainly of views of the West…

Barry McFarlane

Barry McFarlane is mainly self-taught as an artist, and enjoys painting in watercolour, gouache and acrylic.

Bill Horlock

Bill Horlock's subjects are mainly landscape, harbours & architecture. He uses the mediums of watercolour, acrylic & oils in his painting

Colin Christie

COLIN IAN CHRISTIE began seriously drawing & painting in his early teens and went on to study at Edinburgh College of Art and the Glasgow School of Art.

Eleanor Watt

Eleanor Watt specialises in oil paintings of our beautiful Scottish landscape, many featuring children at play.

Etta Dunbar

Etta Dunbar's current interests are in watercolour and texture and likes to tackle familiar subjects from a different angle or with an unusual twist.

Geoff Riley

Geoff loves to paint streets & buildings and the everyday life that surrounds them, he particularly likes to capture a nostalgic look back to past times

Gordon Rennie

Gordon Rennie mainly paints countryside scenes using gouache as a medium.

Jenny Moran

Jenny Moran says She has a passion for painting wildlife, flowers, skies, trees, storms...... 'Anything which inspires me on my dog walks in our local Tentsmuir Forest.'

Joanne T Kell

Joanne T Kell is a wildlife artist working in colour and graphite pencil and specializes in detail.

Leila Aitken

Leila Aitken paints landscapes along with traditional portraits in oils and enjoys doing head and shoulder portraits of both adults and children achieving a good likeness by working from dozens…

Marion Douglas

Marion Douglas is particularly inspired by the Scottish Colourists and her work is an eclectic mix of Scottish land and seascapes

Ruth Walker

Ruth Walker works mainly in oils doing commissions mostly of animals and exhibits locally

Ann MacMillan

Ann is mainly a portrait painter working predominantly with pastels & oils.

Sheila West

I love portraits (people and animals), landscape and quirky stuff like my Medusa. One of my favourites is watercolour and ink which brings the graphical artist in me into play.

Trevor Shaw

I love portraiture in both mediums but landscapes in oils give me great freedom for bold, strong and rich colours with striking contrasts.

Richard Woods

Richard loves to capture the Scottish Landscape in the boldest of colours