Leila Aitken

Leila undertakes traditional portraits in oils and enjoys doing head and shoulder portraits of both adults and children achieving a good likeness by working from photographs.

Peter Allam

Townscape, mountains and coastline all affect Peter's work in watercolour, acrylics and pen and ink.

Colin Ian Christie

Colin Christie is a Scottish artist working in landscape, still life and portraiture.

Cameron Coutts

Cameron has achieved critical acclaim and appears in Public and Private Collections in the UK and abroad.

Marion Douglas

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

Natalia Golovina

Natalia's love of vivid bright colours and the inspiration of the Scottish scenery can be reflected in her work.

Fiona Graham M.A.

Fiona paints scenes of Glasgow in acrylic, mixed media and occasionally in pen and ink.

Robert Graham

Robert Graham paints landscapes in watercolour. Perthshire, Angus and Fife appear in a great deal of his work.

Bill Horlock

Bill paints harbours and architecture in watercolour, acrylic and oils.

Joanne T. Kell

Joanne is a wildlife artist, working in pencil, both colour and graphite, and specialising in detail.

Bill King

Watercolour painting has always been Bill's hobby - his latest adventure in art is pouring acrylics, which is done without a brush.

Barry McFarlane

Barry enjoys painting in watercolour, gouache and acrylic: wildlife is a great interest and influence.

Alastair Maclean

Alastair attended Joe McIntyre and Iain Johnstone‚Äôs class at Duncan of Jordanstone for many years, classes at Perth Art Gallery and Pitlochry Theatre as well as being a frequent participant…

Margaret Malloch

After a career in industry Margaret took early retirement and started to paint as a hobby.

Monica C Paton

Monica's mixed media work is inspired by nature and the landscape. She is interested in the power of colour and her paintings aim to provide the viewer with a stimulating…

Gordon Rennie

Gordon predominantly paints landscapes. He has exhibited at many of the galleries in Tayside and in Inverness where he lives.

Geoff Riley

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

Gail Robertson

Gail's paintings have a whimsical edge with a nod to the illustrators who kindled her love of art.

Peter Tarrant

Mountains, lochs, the change of light and vast open spaces with miles of sky give ideas and inspiration for Peter's vivid and strong art.

Ruth Walker

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