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Harbour Exhibition

My exhibition at the Freespace Gallery Harbour ends on Friday next week. Around half the works have sold but they are all still on exhibition until the end of June.

It’s been really great working with Kate and Terence at Freespace, thanks again to them for hosting the exhibition!

These are all of the paintings in the exhibition (there are also several mounted prints for sale too)..

‘Harbour’ exhibition launch

P1080740 P1080737The preview evening of Harbour went well – there was a really nice buzz, good conversations, several sales and an upcoming commission!

Harbour runs until the 30th June. Many thanks to all who came along and to Terence at the Freespace gallery for his help and good cheer.

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The Freespace Gallery was the perfect scale for these smaller works, the wall screen was a good feature too, displaying a showreel of art collaborations between myself, composer/cellist Atzi Muramatsu and poet Jennifer L Williams. (Atzi recently won a BAFTA Best Composer Award at the BAFTA Scotland New Talent Awards, very well deserved!)


This is the start of a busy summer this year – my next exhibition will be on a bigger scale with an entirely new theme inspired by the village of Casares in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada. More about that next week…


Crail and Elie Harbours

'Crail 1'. Mixed media on 8x8" wood panel

‘Crail 1’. Mixed media on 8×8″ wood panel

'Elie 1'. Mixed media on 8x8" wood panel

‘Elie 1’. Mixed media on 8×8″ wood panel

Today’s paintings of Crail and Elie Harbours, for the upcoming exhibition Harbour. Details Here

These were painted today from sketches yesterday at both harbours. Crail is a quite typical Fife fishing village which has similarities with many of the atmospheric harbours along the east coast, but Elie feels different entirely – quite dreamlike. I’m still working on capturing this, but really enjoyed the contrast of both styles today.

Some photos from yesterday..