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GULLANE ART GALLERY

Gullane Masters 2010


Front Cover Corner of the Studio by Joan Renton RSW Oil on canvas 100x100cm Gullane Masters 2010


GULLANE ART GALLERY Gullane Masters 2010 Saturday 27th March – Sunday 11th April

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Gullane Masters 2010 - Participating Artists

Catriona Campbell

Brenda Lenaghan RSW

Stephen J Carruthers

Joe McIntyre

Matt Curtis

Jack Morrocco

Aine Divine

Sandy Murphy RSW RGI

Marion Drummond

Joan Renton RSW

Claire Harrigan RSW

Helen Turner PAI PPAI

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Introduction

We begin the 2010 exhibition season with our first major exhibition entitled “The Gullane Masters 2010”. The title is a simple play on words, recognizing our location as an internationally recognized haven of golf (we have no less than 14 top quality golf courses within a 10 mile semi-circle of the gallery), the time of year when golf’s Augusta Masters is held and televised all over the world, and of course the word “Masters” as it relates to the very best in a visual art context. In this exhibition we bring together the work of 12 prominent and established artists – mostly Scottish, but on this occasion not exclusively so. As is our policy, we bring back a number of already well-known names and add four new artists to the line up. All have been carefully selected to produce a good and balanced blend – a high quality mixed exhibition with great variety in style, strength in technique and offering something for everyone in terms of subject matter. We believe it is important for us to keep progressing as a gallery, seeking out new artists (new to the gallery, that is)

who add value by way of stature, reputation and quality of work. In this respect we are delighted to welcome for the first time Claire Harrigan , Joe McIntyre, and Sandy Murphy. We are also delighted to feature work by Aine Divine, who as you will read, has an accomplished track record in portrait painting, but who has branched out into other subjects for this show. This brochure illustrates the work of each artist, gives biographical details and samples of paintings they will be exhibiting. The full exhibition can be viewed on our website when it goes live at noon on Thursday 25th March. We hope you enjoy the exhibition as much as we will enjoy hanging it.

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Catriona Campbell

Catriona Campbell was born in Dollar in 1940. She grew up in a family where art was part and parcel of everyday life given that her father Ian Campbell was an artist and art teacher. He encouraged his daughter and at an early age she developed a keen awareness and skill in observation. She studied art at Glasgow School of Art from 1957 – 61, was a student of David Donaldson and learned the importance of space and spaces from her studies of the work of Degas, Uccello, and Velasquez. In terms of her painting style, Picasso, Spencer and Joan Eardley were great influences. She won the Somerville Shanks Prize for Portraiture while in her final year and graduated in 1961. Catriona taught art in various primary and secondary schools and then in special education before taking a break to start a family. She left teaching in 1981 to become a full time artist. She was elected a professional member of the Scottish Society of Women Artists in 1986 and subsequently a professional member of Paisley Art Institute.

Catriona has won a number of awards including the Founders Prize and the Anne Redpath Award from the Scottish Society of Women Artists, and the Morton Fraser Award from Visual Arts Scotland. Her work has been exhibited at the RSA, the RGI, the Paisley Art Institute and the Royal Society of Portrait Painters in London. Over the years Catriona has exhibited widely in numerous mixed shows in Edinburgh, Aberdeen, London and in South of England and her paintings are held in both public and private collections in UK, Canada, USA, Australia, New Zealand, Spain and Hong Kong. Gallery comment Bringing Catriona’s work to the gallery has been something of a long-term aim and we are delighted that despite a busy schedule she agreed to join this exhibition. We have been asked frequently by clients to source her work and have waited patiently for Catriona’s schedule to be able to accommodate our requests. We are confident of her appeal and look forward to introducing her work to those who may not be familiar with it.

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In from the Cold Oil on canvas 46x46cm


Low Tide, St Andrews Oil on canvas 46x46cm

Circus Folk Oil on board 60x60cm

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Stephen J Carruthers

Stephen Carruthers studied art at Glasgow School of Art from 1979 to 1983 where he graduated BA Hons. He has been a professional artist for many years and today works from his studio in the West of Scotland and in France where he enjoys the scope to work en-plein air, sketching his subjects in pastel before developing the themes into oil paintings in the studio. His work is distinctive for its many layers of oil that create layers and texture together with a richness of colour that often results in a tapestry effect. His subjects vary from landscapes, both in Scotland and in France, to more recently the novel painting of gardens and allotments. Stephen has received many awards for his work including The JD Kelly Award from the GSA, The Scottish Art Club Award, and the Mabel Kinlay Award for Painting. He is an elected member of The Glasgow Art Club, an elected Council member of The SAAC and is a past president of Visual Arts Scotland.

His work features in a number of London Galleries where in recent years he has developed a keen following among collectors of the work of Scottish artists. His exhibitions include shows at The Royal Scottish Academy, Chelsea Art Fair, The Contemporary Fine Art Gallery, Eton, The Olympia Fine Art Fair, and Battersea Art Fair. He exhibits in Scotland only on a selective basis and hence the opportunity to view and buy his work north of the border is limited. Gallery comment Stephen’s work has gained both in stature and popularity in recent years. He has a unique subtlety of tone in his painting and a variety of colour in his palette which is used to great effect often tending to reflect the colours of the season in which he is painting. The tranquility of composition and his willingness to vary subject matter means that there is a constant freshness in his work that gives it an on-going appeal. We never tire of his painting and always receive positive comment when we have his work on the walls.

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Lilac and Gold Oil on canvas 50x46cm


Winter Garden Oil on canvas 90x76cm

Snow in the Crescent Oil on canvas 102x86cm

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Matt Curtis

Matt Curtis was born in Towbridge, Wiltshire in 1969 and having a father in the Royal Navy meant that he was moved around the country in his early life. He eventually settled in Edinburgh where he earned a place at Art College studying illustration and media design.

As well as being an accomplished still life and portrait painter, Matt is also a member of the Guild of Aviation Artists. His work is highly regarded and hangs in many private collections as far afield as Australia, Russia, the USA and Scandinavia.

He began his working life as a freelance illustrator working mainly on illustrations for various Agencies and companies such as the Forestry Commission. After a few years as an illustrator he began to experiment in fine art and in oils. His early focus was on aviation art, portraits and landscapes. His work was exhibited in many specialist galleries and included the Guild of Aviation Artists Aero Art among many others.

Matt was commissioned to produce the Gallery Logo – the Red Jug with Paintbrushes, and then again to produce the gallery Christmas card, both of which as paintings could have been sold many times over such was the client feedback.

Recently Matt began to specialise in small contemporary still life subjects working exclusively in oils. He draws his inspiration from the 17th Century Dutch artists and also from some current still life specialist painters such as David A Leffel. He tries to ensure an individual touch by introducing a slight “quirkiness” to his subjects, sometimes with miniature robots or Russian dolls positioned alongside more conventional still life subjects such as jugs and glassware.

Gallery comment Matt has taken many months to produce the work for this exhibition and given his popularity we don’t expect to have the pieces in the gallery for long. Indeed we now have clients who are avid collectors of his work and who request phone calls as soon as his paintings arrive. Although Matt has been painting successfully for years we feel we have “discovered” his talent, and we simply cannot get enough of his painstaking and meticulous still life paintings, which are always beautifully crafted.

Matt’s paintings take so long to produce that it is rare to have more than one for sale at any one time.

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Still Life with Apple Mustard Pot Oil on board 21x19cm


Still Life with Silver Chalice and Orange Oil on board 21x19cm

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Aine Divine

Aine Divine is an accomplished portrait artist who has been painting professionally for 15 years. Born in 1970 in west Cork Ireland, Aine studied Art and Design at the Crawford College of Art in Cork where she gained an Honours Degree in Fine Art (painting). She then attended the University College Cork for two years to gain the Higher Diploma in the principles of teaching art. Aine (pronounced “Onya”) completed a number of important commissions while still resident in Ireland, including a portrait of the pianist ‘Charles Lynch’, the high court judge ’Harvey Kenny’ and a painting of the Irish Attorney General’s father presented to him on his inauguration. A selection of Aine’s portraits were shortlisted for exhibition in the ‘Irish National Portrait Awards’ three years in a row, and her oil portrait of J.Russell was an award winner in the third year. Aine moved to Scotland in 1996 and now lives and works in Roslin, Midlothian. Since moving to Scotland she has exhibited widely and has undertaken many prestigious portrait commissions. In 2004, three of her portraits were selected for exhibition by the Society of Miniature Painters at the Mall Galleries in London.

Not long after, Aine was selected by Rolf Harris as one of the portrait artists to paint Dr. Mo Mowlam for his BBC TV show Star Portraits. In competition against two other established portrait painters Aine’s portrait was the one chosen by Mo Mowlam for installation in her home. Working predominately in oil and watercolour, her portrait style, while realistic can be described as painterly and loose. Aine has since moved on to painting other subject matter and it is this work that brings her to the gallery as part of the Gullane Masters Exhibition 2010.

Poppies Oil on board 34x22cm

Gallery comment Aine’s fame to date is as a portrait artist and in that subject she is extremely accomplished. Less well known is her other work, which she speculatively brought into the gallery for us to view. We were immediately attracted to her painterly style and clever choice of subject matter and in our view there is little doubt that she will quickly establish herself as an all round highly competent artist with a collector base. In our view she is definitely “one to watch”..

The Guitarist Oil on board 44x30cm

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Sweet Dreams Oil on board 70x50cm

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Marion Drummond

Marion Drummond was born Glasgow in 1958, and has lived in Scotland all her life. She is largely self taught as an artist and over the years has developed a strong and mature style that has made her work popular with enthusiasts and collectors alike. As is often the case with natural talent it transcends the sometimes limiting strictures of formal teaching and Marion’s painting has a freedom of interpretation and application that is admired greatly by many, both from within and without the contemporary art scene. She likes to combine her love of walking with painting al fresco, capturing life in all its moments of urgency and immediacy. Marion is an accomplished still life and floral artist as well as producing sought after landscapes full of mood and atmosphere. Her versatility is a feature of her work and she can comfortably switch subject matter to produce stunning figurative pieces. She works mainly in oils and enjoys the medium for the intensity that can be gained through working with cloth rags and bare fingers.

Marion says she is influenced by a number of artists but greatly admires the work of Stephen Carruthers, Jenny Saville and Enid Foote Watts. She has exhibited widely in recent years and is popular in a growing number of commercial galleries where collectors seek out her shows. She has held a number of very successful solo exhibitions in selected Galleries in various centres throughout Scotland. She has exhibited in the Royal Glasgow Institute (RGI) and the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh (RSA). Gallery comment Marion is one of our favourite artists. Her free style coupled with a wonderful tone gives her work a unique subtle beauty and strength. As collectors ourselves we are genuinely torn in preference between her still life/floral work and her figuratives – both of which we consider to be of the highest quality. Whenever we bring new work from Marion into the gallery we receive strong positive comment from clients and we are not surprised that it seldom lasts long on the walls before red dots appear.

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Fiona Oil on board 42x36cm


Crimson Oil on board 90x64cm

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Claire Harrigan RSW

Claire Harrigan was born in Kilmarnock in 1964. As a child she grew up with both parents as art teachers and talented practising painters – her mother being a respected botanical artist and her father being James Harrigan the popular landscape artist. Her childhood environment was therefore full of creative stimulation and highly inspirational.

In 1992, Claire became an Elected Professional Member of the Royal Scottish Watercolour Society – RSW. She was listed in “20th Century Painters and Sculptors” by Frances Spalding and then again listed in “Who’s Who in Art” 26th edition published by Art Trade Press Ltd. In 2007 she wrote and had published the book entitled “Abstract and Colour techniques in painting”.

Claire studied art at Glasgow School of Art from 1982 – 86 graduating BA Hons in Fine Art (Drawing and Painting). She very quickly came to the attention of the Glasgow based art galleries and set up studio to become a full time artist. Her early exhibitions proved successful and demand for her work grew steadily.

Her painting style is vibrant and bold in use of colour with a high key palette a permanent feature of her work. She paints distinctively with colour and abstract elements working well together in clever and mature compositions. She uses predominantly mixed media with acrylic, watercolour or gouache as a base platform upon which to build imagery in collage, pastel or other media.

Her first solo show was staged at the Macualay Gallery at Stenton and this was repeated every two years until 1997. Since then and over the years, her solo shows have been a major feature of her work schedule alternating every two years between prestigious galleries in London and Glasgow with mixed shows also being accommodated in many of the major UK commercial galleries. Claire has been the recipient of many major awards including The Mary Armour Award at the Glasgow School of Art, The Lily McDougall Award by the Scottish Society Artists and Artist Craftsmen, James Torrance Memorial Award by the Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, The Latimer Award by the Royal Scottish Academy, and the Glasgow Arts Club Fellowship award, RSW.

Gallery comment We consider Claire Harrigan to be one of Scotland’s most outstanding talents and have been admirers of her work for many years. Her father James Harrigan is one of our favourite Scottish landscape artists. We are delighted that Claire agreed to join this exhibition and believe her work will sit well, compliment and add to the quality of work from other artists on show. As art collectors ourselves, over the years we have developed something of a discerning eye, but are always drawn by vibrant colour and impressionist style – both of which are readily apparent in Claire Harrigan's work.

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Fruit Bowl Acrylic and oil pastel 46x68cm


Elephant Panel Acrylic and oil pastel 52x71cm

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Brenda Lenaghan RSW

Brenda Lenaghan was born in Galashiels in 1941. She studied Commercial and Graphic Design at Glasgow School of Art gaining her Diploma in 1963.

She has exhibited regularly with the SSWA (Scottish Society of Women Artists), the RSA, RGI and the RSW. In 1984 Brenda was elected to the RSW.

After leaving Art School she was employed by Bernat Klien the borders company in Galashiels who specialised in the manufacture of tweed and supplied many of the great names in design including Chanel,Yves Saint Laurent and many others.

In recent times Brenda’s painting has focused on subjects inspired by her travels to India, Tibet, China, Europe, Russia and Japan. In particular her work has been greatly influenced by Art in Japan where her son currently lives and works as a landscape architect.

Brenda left to become an art teacher and taught in various Glasgow schools before settling in St Columba’s School Kilmacolm. She moved to East Lothian in 1970 and started to paint on a full time professional basis at that time. Since then Brenda has exhibited widely throughout the UK and lists among her galleries a number of prestigious galleries in London. She holds at least one solo exhibition on an annual basis and in recent years has become highly selective in the choice of galleries exhibiting her work. Brenda was awarded the coveted Anne Redpath Award on two occasions, in 1975 and 1983, and won the SSWA Special Award in 1980.

Gallery comment Although Brenda has exhibited with us once before it was in a relatively small way, and this is the first time she has participated in a major exhibition where we can show her work to full advantage. Brenda’s style is quite unique and highly stylised in treatment. The figures in her paintings have a grace and charm that mirrors Brenda’s personality, with the subjects drawing you in and capturing your interest. We believe Brenda’s work brings something new to the gallery and we are delighted she accepted our invitation to submit work for this particular exhibition.

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Figures in the Garden Oil on board 36x36cm


Autumn Flowers and Oriental Objects Oil on board 76x76cm

The Wedding,Tyninghame Oil on board 91x91cm

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Joe McIntyre

Joe McIntyre was born in Dundee in 1940 and schooled and studied art in Dundee until 1964 when he graduated in Fine Art from Duncan Jordanstone College of Art. He was thereafter awarded a Post Graduate Scholarship and a Royal Scottish Academy Bursary in 1965. Joe won the RSA Students Prize, was Principal Prize Winner in the Open Painting Competition, Arbroath in 1969 and again in 1971, and The Pernod Open Painting Competition in 1973. This was followed by The Robert Colquoun Art Prize in 1975, and The Arts Council Award in 1981. Since 1972 Joe has taught part time at The Duncan Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee and has split his time between that and painting professionally. He is a regular exhibiter in many Scottish galleries and has shown his work in a number of prestigious galleries in London and also in USA. His work is present in many important public and private collections including HM The Queen, HRH

The Duke of Edinburgh, HRH The Late Princess Margaret, The Lincoln Centre New York, Pernod London,The Scottish Arts Council and The Fine Art Society London. Joe is inspired by the American Realist Edward Hopper who’s work he finds evocative and captivating. Joe creates “atmosphere” in his paintings through highly skilled use of light and shade and a rich warmth through careful application of colour. He has made “trademark” his pieces featuring figurative city life and at a level that his work is instantly recogniseable to his many admirers and collectors. Gallery comment Joe’s participation in this exhibition is another noteable first for the gallery and we warmly welcome him to the exhibition. We have long been admirers of Joe’s distinctive style and choice of subject matter and we are confident our clients will appreciate the maturity and quality of his painting.

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Siesta time, Marseille Oil on canvas panel 21x22cm


Cafe, Manhattan, New York Oil on canvas 24x44cm

Study Manhattan, New York Oil on canvas panel 28x14cm

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Jack Morrocco

Jack Morrocco was born in Edinburgh in 1953. He schooled at Madras College, St Andrews and then studied art at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee between 1970 and 1974. He was awarded a “highly commended” post diploma in his postgraduate year in 1975. During the summer of 1973 he was selected to study at the renowned Hospitalfield House in Arbroath where he worked under the tutelage of the exceptional pop artist Peter Blake. In 1975 Jack won the Farquhar Reid Travelling Scholarship and spent his time in Paris and Florence. He was taught by his gifted uncle Alberto Morrocco who was principal teacher of painting at Duncan Jordanstone at that time and who was responsible for nurturing many of the young talented students who studied there in the 70’s.

and also from his second studio on the Cote d’Azur in the South of France. Clearly inspired by his Uncle Alberto and while remaining true to a proud lineage, Jack has developed a powerful and effective distillation and unique style that is distinctively his own. His maturity as an artist is evident from his versatility that sees him move with ease and confidence from still life, both traditional and modern, to landscape and then to figurative. He has developed a strong following of collectors from far and wide exhibiting mainly in London and in boutique galleries in the South of France. Jack has become ever more selective in his galleries in recent years and is booked for exhibitions for some years ahead.

Following his period at Art College and subsequent study Jack opted not to enter teaching which was the usual route for art graduates at that time, and established an advertising, marketing and design consultancy business in Dundee. He divided his time between running that business and painting for exhibitions throughout Scotland.

Gallery comment Since Jack’s work first came into the gallery last year he has been ever present as an artist in our major mixed exhibitions. A glance at his page on our website shows why – the quality and variety of his work is quite exceptional and clearly has wide appeal, especially to the discerning art collector. We now have clients who wish to be advised every time we bring new pieces into the gallery.

In 1997, he became a full time professional artist and today works from his studio here in Scotland

We are delighted to have secured Jack’s only Scottish solo show of 2010, which is being staged in October.

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Morning Coffee, Aix en Provence Oil on canvas 41x41cm


Cafe in the shade, Cours Mirabeau, Aix Oil on canvas 51x76cm

Silver Teapot, Pink Roses and Rummer Oil on canvas 61x61cm

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Sandy Murphy RSW RGI

Sandy Murphy was born in 1956 and raised in Ayrshire in West of Scotland. He studied art at Glasgow School of Art between 1976 and 1980 graduating with an Honours degree. He studied under David Donaldson who had a formidable reputation based on his passion for sound draughtsmanship and who imparted this via his teaching staff at that time who included James Robertson, Duncan Shanks and Barbara Rae.

decidedly abstract type of composition that he brings to bear. His still life paintings are well balanced and cleverly constructed in terms of use of space and colour. Sandy was elected to the RSW (Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolours) in 1996 and to the Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts (RGI) in 2000.

Since then Sandy has had numerous solo exhibitions in various prestigious galleries both here in Scotland and in London and his reputation as one of today’s most important painters goes from strength to strength.

Gallery comment This is the first time we have had Sandy’s work in the gallery and we are delighted he agreed to join this particular exhibition. There is little doubt Sandy is one of our leading Scottish contemporary artists and over the years he has built a solid foundation of admirers and collectors of his work. We have waited for the right moment to invite Sandy into the gallery and we believe he adds significant weight to the quality of work we seek to show.

His landscapes are rich and very painterly and can be heavily textured. The Joan Eardley influence is sometimes readily apparent, yet Sandy has his own recogniseable style, especially in the

We are of the view that his work represents sound collector value and that over time his already growing reputation will mean he becomes even more sought after.

Sandy left the GSA and then completed Teacher training and taught art in Ayrshire until 1985. He left teaching to become a full time professional artist in that year.

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Lilac Sky Oil on board 20x23cm


Orange and Yellow Flowers Oil on board 42x38cm

Polkadots and Flowers Acrylic on board 64x83cm

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Joan Renton RSW

Joan Renton was born in 1935, schooled in Dumfries at Dumfries Academy and studied art at the Edinburgh College of Art from 1953 – 57. While still in her school years Joan moved with her family to Hawick where she came under the watchful eye of her art teacher Bill Finlayson who introduced her to the work of Ann Redpath. When she enrolled at the Edinburgh School of Art she came under the tutelage of Gillies, Maxwell and Robin Philipson, all of who served to influence Joan’s style and artistic identity. Having originated in the West of Scotland, Joan was familiar with the work of the Glasgow Boys and also of Cadell and Peploe, and so it was not surprising that she quickly learned how to move with ease from a strict representational treatment to the more abstract in her painting style. Joan followed her graduation with a Post Diploma and then a travelling scholarship to Spain in 1959. She married the following year and had 3 children. She taught art in schools up to 1981 when she turned to painting on a full time basis. Thereafter Joan exhibited extensively throughout the UK in many of our most prestigious galleries. She has held over 24 solo shows and exhibited

internationally in France, Holland, Spain Germany, Hong Kong and in the USA. Joan has won many awards including the RSW Betty Davis Award in 1992 and the Anne Redpath Award at the SAAC. Her work is held in many important collections including four in HRH the Duke of Edinburgh’s, The City of Edinburgh Art Centre and a special commission to mark the Marquis and Marchioness of Lothian’s 50th wedding anniversary. Joan is past president of the Scottish Society of Women Artists which under her leadership transformed to become the Scottish Artists and Artist Craftsmen (SAAC), and is an elected member of the RSW and past council member. Gallery comment This is Joan’s second exhibition with us and we are delighted she agreed to accept our invitation. Her work virtually sold out last time round and we were not surprised. Be it still life or landscape her distinctive style and sense of composition oozes confidence and class. With her painting Joan brings much gravitas to the gallery and to this exhibition, with her work readily demonstrating why she is considered one of our most respected artists.

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The Molly Hancock Bowl Oil on canvas 40x40cm


Arabesque by Moonlight Oil on canvas 60x60cm

Still life with Tea Caddy Oil on canvas 80x80cm

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Helen Turner PAI PPAI

Helen Turner was born in Prestwick in 1937. When she left school she joined the design studios of James Templeton and attended Glasgow School of Art in the evenings from 1952 to 1960 studying drawing, still life and portraiture under Trevor Mackinson and William Gallagher.

the following year in 2001. She is also a lay member of The Glasgow Institute and an Artist Member of The Glasgow Society of Women Artists GSWA. Helen exhibits regularly in galleries from Pitlochry to London and in France, Russia and Hong Kong.

Continuing her career she became a documented designer in Aubusson and Beauvais - travelling extensively throughout the world. Helen's designs can be seen in the Waldorf Astoria, the Turnberry Hotel and the San Francisco Opera House.

Helen won the East Linton Award and was commended in the Soroptomists Fine Art Awards in 1992. Her work is in many private collections throughout the world and also within corporate collections including Robert Fleming Holdings, Dunedin Fund Managers and Lloyds Banking Group.

She eventually gave up design work to become a full-time painter. Her Scottish landscape paintings are rich both in subject matter and tone and she captures the mood of the moments weather with highly effective use of light and shade. Her versatility means she moves with ease to still life and stunning floral work that show a mature eye in terms of composition and a natural skill in execution. Over the years she has developed her own mature style and her work is readily identifiable and accomplished. Helen was awarded The Paisley Art Institute Diploma PAI in 2000 and became President PPAI

Gallery comment Helen Turner is one of our most established and highly rated artists and her work has proved highly popular among clients when she has been in the gallery. Her landscapes of Scotland are stunning in their facility to capture the light and mood of the moment and they have great depth and perspective. Her floral and still life pieces are always sought after and simply fly off the walls in the gallery. Helen’s last show with us sold out and many paintings would have sold a few times over such was the demand.

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Freshening Breeze, Loch Tay Oil on canvas 26x30cm


Winter Sunshine, Strochian Oil on canvas 26x30cm

Reflections, Rothesay Oil on canvas 28x32cm

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