I have two pieces in this year's postcard show at the Roger Billcliffe Gallery. It will be the first of these annual shows to take place in their new gallery space(18B Bath Street, Glasgow) and will feature over 200 hundred pieces by over 50 artists, all unframed but mounted, and with a 20x20cm format. The exhibition opens today (the 20th of January) and will run until the 24th of February.
This Thursday (the 19th), myself and four other artists from the 'Into the Distance' exhibition will be talking about our work at the Royal Scottish Academy, 6-7.15pm.
Tickets for the event are free, and can be booked via the RSA website or using the link below.
I am delighted to announce that I will be taking part in the exhibition ‘Into the Distance’ at the Royal Scottish Academy. The exhibition is a celebration of the Barns-Graham Travel Award, and will feature the work of recent and previous recipients of the award as well as a work by Wilhelmina Barns-Graham. More detail will follow as I have a better idea as to what has been included in the show.
The Exhibition will be open from the 14th of January until the 1st of March.
I currently have a selection of pieces in The Torrance Gallery’s Winter Exhibition.
The exhibition features the work of over fifty artists and will run until the 14th of January.
The exhibition can be seen online here: www.torrancegallery.co.uk/winter22
I am currently exhibiting work in two Christmas/Winter exhibitions.
I have six pieces in The Torrance Gallery's Christmas Exhibition. The exhibition will run until January the 2nd, but if you are unable to see it in person, then please view the exhibition online:
I also have a small selection of paintings available from Gallery Q in their Winter Exhibition. Open now, and running until the 23rd of January, the exhibition features the work of over 30 artists; including paintings, prints, ceramics and hand-made glass works.
Some of the work available in the show can be viewed on the website here:
I am very pleased to have been selected for this years ING Discerning Eye Exhibition.
The Discerning Eye annual exhibition is a show of small works independently selected by six prominent figures from different areas of the art world: two artists, two collectors and two critics.
My piece 'Knitting' was selected by Mervyn Metcalf.
The exhibition, usually held at the Mall Galleries in London, will be online only this year due to Covid-19. It is now available to view using the link below, and the exhibition will continue online until December the 31st.
As galleries start to reopen, I will have work in two different exhibitions this month and next.
I am currently exhibiting at Gallery Q in Dundee as a featured artist in their 're-opening' exhibition (their first physical exhibition since March). The exhibition will run until the 15th of August.
Temporary opening hours for the gallery are:
Wednesday: 11am - 3pm
Thursday: 11am - 3pm
Saturday: 11am - 3pm
Sunday: 11am - 3pm
Appointments are also welcome outside these times.
I have 14 pieces in the show, and all work in the exhibition can be seen online here:
I will also be exhibiting for the first time at the Torrance Gallery in Edinburgh as part of their 'no-festival festival show'.
'It's an absolute tragedy that, due to the Coronavirus pandemic, there will be no Edinburgh Festival this year - the city will feel it's loss sorely, and we will all miss the buzz and excitement of those few weeks. However, we will still have our amazing Festival Exhibition on show, featuring a fantastic range of artists including
Featured Artists: May Byrne, Catriona MacEachan and Martin Hill'
The exhibition is open now and runs until the 30th of August. All work is also available to view on the website: https://www.torrancegallery.co.uk/currentexhibition
Temporary opening hours:
Monday to Friday : 11.15am - 4.15pm
Saturday & Sunday : 11am - 4.30pm
I will be hosting an acrylic still life painting workshop with Arbroath Art Society on Saturday the 21st of March. Everyone is welcome to attend and there are still some spaces left. The workshop will take place in Auchmithie in the village hall from 11 am till 3.30pm with time either side for set up and clean up. Please bring your own materials, something to add to a still life set up, and something for lunch. Tea, coffee and biscuits provided. The workshop cost £20 per person, payable on the day. For more information, please contact me directly.
I will be giving a talk/painting demonstration to Arbroath Art Society this coming Friday (the 6th) from 7-9pm in the Old and Abbey Church. Guests of members welcome.
I will be teaching a life drawing 'taster' course at Duncan of Jordanstone Collage of Art and Design. It is a 5 week class starting Thursday the 27th. If you, or anyone you know, would like to take part then please use the provided link for details:
The class can be signed up for using this link: