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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

“Welcome to my new studio!” I’m Home Alone this year, for the first time. Come see what I have been up to! Ros’s aim is to achieve bold, punchy pieces of abstract naturalism. She graduated in Display and Design in 1972 from DCC. She works mainly in acrylic ink and is inspired by the beauty of her native Angus, but loves the West coast. She tries to achieve an individual approach to her work and enjoys experimenting with textures and colour reflecting the seasons. She also has a quirky fun approach to her print work that often features the seaside and her garden birds. You can expect to find lino cuts along with framed original art work, original mounted art, various print works, coasters and cards. Access from A90, Forfar Rd 1st circle, 1st left then follow Emmock Rd signs. Access from Kingsway at D&A College, 1st left through 2 circles on the Old Glamis Rd, right at Emmock Rd then follow signs To Emmock Farm DD3 0QA Alternative route – At Dundee Kingsway A90 past Tesco. At 2nd circle 1st exit Old Glamis Rd. At 1st circle 3rd exit Old Glamis Rd. At 2nd circle 2nd exit staying on Old Glamis Rd. Turn right Emmock Rd follow signs at top to Emmock Farm DD3 0QA

Ros Macdonald

Since graduating from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee, in 1990, Jonathan Mitchell has developed a considerable reputation as a painter of the Scottish and more recently the French landscape, with his work collected by patrons both in the UK and internationally. Primarily working in oils, his painting is firmly within the Northern European tradition; both detailed and atmospheric. Visit Jonathan in his working studio in Glamis (situated within the Glamis Gallery complex) where you’ll have the opportunity to see see completed paintings as well as works in progress – and chat about all things “Art”!

Jonathan Mitchell

I’m one of 5 artists with a working studio within rural Glamis Gallery’s beautiful cottages. I fell in love with glass in the late 80s and have created ever since. Over the years I have made tiffany lamps, traditionally painted panels, windows and public sculpture for indoors and out. Fusing was a later addition – bowls, panels and decorative items. I have many awards for painting (oil/pastel) and was shortlisted for the Scottish Portrait Awards in 2022. I will have work in progress in both media during the event, unframed 2D, leather books, glass and more… In addition to creating artwork, I administrate the gallery and am a mature student, DJCAD! Some of the images attached are college pieces and though not the work my customers have seen previously, gave me considerable enjoyment meeting the brief! Beside us, we have a cafe, gin tasting and a shady woodland spot for letting your dog have a stroll!

Lesley Garside

Award winning artist, Michael graduated with Honours from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee in 1982. During his period at art college he won the prestigious Johnson Matthey Metal Awards. He was awarded the N S Macfarlane Charitable Trust Award at the Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts Annual Exhibition. He is a regular exhibitor at the Open Exhibitions of the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour, Paisley Art Institute, Royal Society of British Artists and Royal Society of Marine Artists. He works in a variety of mediums including, sculpture, ceramics and painting.

Mike Young

I’m a Scottish artist who mainly paints landscapes. I’ve also worked for Oscar winning film designers, made huge mosaics and murals acted as the arts consultant for infrastructure projects. I spent 15 years working with my hero and mentor Alasdair Gray, notably on Òran Mór, the Hillhead mural and his proposed mural for the Scottish Parliament. I’m known for my series of murals telling the story of Tam o’Shanter. I’m currently building a 120m sculpture of a Beithir, a mythological Scottish lightning serpent in Glasgow. It will be made in steel and concrete with a mosaic covering. During the open studios I will be showing paintings, drawing, prints and working drawings from various projects.

Nichol Wheatley

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 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

My inspiration comes from freedom & vastness in paint, creating atmospheric landscapes, giving you a sense of tranquility & lifting your spirits with a deep appreciation for the beauty of the world around us. My latest work depicts the gentle light of the Scottish sky in the Spring, from evening light reflected in the river Tay, to the clouds and colours of the golden hour drifting across the valley. Light and space guide my work so that my paintings give you a sense of freedom and wide-open space. This year I will be exhibiting at the POS Festival Showcase at The Barn Gallery, The Bield, Blackruthven House, PH1 1PY. As an emerging artist it is a fantastic opportunity to show off my work in a space that’s a delight for artists. To be part of a POS exhibition will allow me to enjoy the other work as well. I’ll be there for most of the exhibition so you can ask me about my paintings or just enjoy a discussion about art. This year I’ve exhibited in shared locations such as The Barn Gallery, The Bield, Blackruthven House, Perth, PH1 1PY and ArtisanAnd Gallery, 13-15 Bank Street, Aberfeldy, PH15 2BB and Dovecot Studios, 10 Infirmary Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1LT.

Cathy Wagstaff

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