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I work mainly in watercolour and also enjoy printing, collage and acrylic. I am inspired by the seasons and plants and these often feature in my still life paintings, landscapes and abstract art which can be viewed at my studio where I run classes in drawing and painting. Directions : Dundee Rd, Isle of Sky Hotel, turn left, Manse Rd, right into Hatton View, third turning on left.

Sheila Garden

I’m a Kinross mixed media artist and express my creativity on a variety of mediums and surfaces such as glass, wood, clay, canvas and paper. As well as painting and drawing I also hand burn on wood. My little summerhouse studio is situated in my lovely tranquil garden near Loch Leven. I love animals and nature and often use local flora and fauna as inspirations for my designs. I will have a wide selection of glassware, hand burned wooden boards, ceramics, gifts, cards, prints and original artwork on display in my summerhouse studio and garden gazebo. I’m looking forward to welcoming visitors and love a wee chat about my artwork.

Carol Barbour Art

I am a painter and printmaker who specialises in large oil and acrylic paintings of Scottish landscapes. I produce smaller watercolour paintings and drawings. I am inspired by the beautiful beaches in the Outer Hebrides and the familiar landscapes and wildlife in Fife. My current body of work ranges from large framed oil paintings to small water colours and tonal ink wash and pencil drawings.

Naoimh O’Shea

Come visit me at Victoria Bloom Design Florist, 11 West High Street, Crieff. Just down the hill a little from the square. I’m surrounded by the most gorgeous fresh flowers, an ideal setting to inspire my painting and drawing. I paint using mainly watercolour pencil to create my interpretation of vibrant blooms from the florist and my garden.

Liz Paterson

Ricart: painting and prints, mostly landscapes some are based on inspirational places I have visited, in particular the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, others are based on my dreams and imagination. I also have a range of greeting cards for sale. I work out of a small studio/garden shed and dream of somewhere bigger! However a very warm welcome is assured. I usually use a mixture of acrylics and oil pastels and enjoy the challenge of getting them to work together, creating happy accidents.

Richard Ibbotson

Liz creates intriguing watercolour paintings succulent in texture, using exciting marks. Inspired by travel Liz also explores the use of Japanese paper on the painting surface. Ethereal plein air flower paintings are generous with splots & drops. You may choose explore the garden they are created in! Framed & browser paintings. Prints and cards available. Liz will be working in the studio daily to create a real Open Studio experience with class info available and there’ll be the opportunity to make your own origami crane. Bring your questions and your curiosity, there’s always time for a cuppa. Liz is an award winning artist with recent work included in national and International watercolour exhibitions.

Liz Dulley

I use biro pens to create images of iconic Scottish culture. My subject matter changes, but mostly focuses on objects from memories of my childhood in Dundee. I build up layers using Bic Crystal pens to achieve a hyper realistic style. Alongside my original drawings I will have limited edition Giclee prints, mugs, coasters, bags, an assortment of cards and decorations available.

nicola mcbride biro pen art

Mridula is a visual artist with diverse cultural connections from India to Scotland. Her inspiration is nature, culture, environment and the contemporary issues of health & happiness. A lifetime reflected in her drawings, paintings and sculpture.

Mridula Basi

Suzanne is a multi-media artist and fine art portraitist. Under the name Jessie Street Art, she works primarily in oils, watercolour and more recently on glass. Since relocating from Orkney where her artistic practice was strongly influenced by her life near the sea, Suzanne has found new inspiration in the beautiful and historic Perthshire landscape. Suzanne aims to go beyond the constraints of traditional realism in her work, and to adopt an experimental approach towards her subject. A member of Perthshire Artisans, Suzanne works with traditional materials like oils, watercolour, ink and glass. What makes her practice experimental is her interest in exploring the use of tools and technology not usually combined with traditional methods. At her studio you will see a variety of imaginative oils and watercolours, glass work and light installations. She also carries out portrait commissions. Please note access to the studio is up a flight of 20 stairs.

Jessie Street Art