Cathy, Liz & Pat invite you to browse their carefully selected collection of links to the websites of artists whom they know or who have work displayed in the gallery, or represent other relevant local groups or interests. We hope that you find these links both inspiring and informative ...
Liz Myhill RSW is an observational artist whose work spans a wide range of subject matter, gathered through working directly from life. The act of walking, watching and recording numerous facets, whether fleeting or through lengthy study, allow her to gain a connection and sense of place. Although often an end in themselves, these field works are also developed into paintings and printmaking.
Liz studied at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee and was elected to the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour (RSW) in 2017. Contact - email@example.com
Skye artist Morag Archer uses collage as her primary art medium, A technique developed whilst studying for her degree in woven tapestry at Edinburgh college of Art, where she used collage as inspiration for her tapestry designs. Her collages use multi layered paper and paint, creating a rich textural surface. She later developed her mosaics as an extension of her collage techniques. Morag Exhibits in galleries throughout Scotland. Contact - firstname.lastname@example.org
Anthony J Barber was born in Stoke-on-Trent in 1962. He studied Architecture and Design to Post Graduate level in West Yorkshire. During this time he sketched and painted both in Yorkshire and on Scotland’s West Coast and Islands. In 1994 he moved to the Isle of Lewis. He now paints full time, working in his studio gallery, just above the harbour and beach, in the village of Port of Ness. Anthony’s work is based primarily on the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, particularly the West Coast and Hebrides. Contact:- email@example.com
I’m a studio painter and a fair-weather plein-air painter, sketching and painting on location when it’s sunny (which happens more often than most people think) and in my studio when it’s wild. I enjoy working with oils, watercolour and acrylics. The former because if I’m caught out in a rain shower the painting doesn’t wash away. The latter because they dry fast, enabling me to work quickly, layer upon layer, building my way to a painting. Contact - firstname.lastname@example.org
... is a British sculptor. His best known work is 'The Bull', a sculpture erected in 2003 at the Bull Ring, Birmingham. His work consists largely of figurative carvings in stone and editions in bronze, often drawing inspiration from the beauty and wildlife found on the Isle of Skye. We are pleased to feature Laurence's well known Skye Otters in our gallery collection.
"I have lived in Skye for over 25 years. I produce fine art photographic prints, paintings,and pottery. all inspired by the changing light of the diverse, beautiful landscape of Skye, the surrounding seas, and small islands." Contact - email@example.com
Pamela Budge is a professional artist who has spent over 40 years working from The Croft Studio on the Isle of Skye. Inspired by the beauty, Celtic culture and magnificent wildlife of the West Coast, Pamela specialises in finely detailed wildlife and Celtic designs, in a range of media…. watercolour, oils, acrylic, pastel and pencil on canvas, paper, wood, silk and slate. Commissions welcome. Contact - firstname.lastname@example.org
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Duncan Currie graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 1985. He specialises in mixed media paintings of the landscape and of fishing boats. He also paints in watercolour and produces wild life illustrations in pen and ink. His main inspirations are the mountain scenery of Skye and beyond, as well as the fishing boats seen in the harbours of the West Coast. He is based in Skye and his work can be viewed at his Sandbank Studio. Contact - email@example.com
A mixed media artist specialising in pastel paintings of animals and wildlife in their natural habitat. Nicky is inspired by Skye, where she lived for many years, and also her home area of Richmond ,North Yorkshire. Contact - firstname.lastname@example.org
Phil Dewar originally trained as an architect before coming to live on the Isle of Skye in 1989 where he worked as a designer/ builder – and developed an interest in collage. He later retrained as a primary school teacher but now concentrates on his art. His collages, mostly depicting buildings in landscapes, use a variety of materials including paper, leaves and tree bark, ‘borrowing’ from colours, forms and textures in nature. Contact - email@example.com
"My work is a response to the Isle of Skye and all its varied weather conditions and different times of day. My gallery and working studio gives the visitor an insight into work in progress." Contact - firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard lives in Edinburgh and studied drawing and painting part time at Edinburgh College of Art. He works in various media but now concentrates on Acrylic, Oil and Watercolour. His subjects vary but include anything which excites him because of the play of light and shade. He is particularly fond of the west coast of Scotland and the Western Isles where he and his wife regularly spend holidays, and these provide inspiration for much of his landscape work. Contact - email@example.com
Len Whatley was born on the Isle of Skye. He grew up and worked at Edinbane Pottery, where creativity was celebrated. Following an Honours Degree from Edinburgh College of Art, Len returned to Skye and has been painting ever since. He is inspired by the stunning landscape and the ever-changing light. Contact - firstname.lastname@example.org
"I have loved the Isle of Skye for over fifty years. My work is an emotional reaction to its stunning landscape from a dramatic stormy mountain landscape to a small croft cottage hunkered down against the wind. The everchanging light provides continuous opportunities to capture a subject time after time. I am a self taught painter who has been painting professionally for over twenty years. I exhibit throughout the UK and my work is held in private collections across the world."
IsleOfSkye.com is the original Skye marketing website that has been running for over 18 years. Owned and run by locals on Skye, working from their office in Portree.
This group represents the professional artists and craftmakers who provide the wealth of creative talent, making Skye and its surrounding area such a creative delight and draw for visitors and holidaymakers. Many of our gallery artists are members of this group.
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If you're looking for somewhere to stay, why not take a look at our very own special, spacious and traditional 2-bedroomed self-catering holiday apartment - 'The Captain's House'. Set right above the Gallery, right by the sea in the historic village of Stein on the north-west Waternish peninsula of Scotland's stunningly beautiful Isle of Skye, it makes the ideal base for an unforgettable holiday in the Hebrides.