I have been working on paintings for the Tatha Gallery’s Spring show as well as thinking ahead to my solo show in 2017 at the Open Eye. Rooks feeding on a pile of manure. I saw them and simultaneously saw the painting I wanted to make. This is rare for me as ideas tend to need
I’m very proud to have won the Glasgow College Purchase Prize!
It has been a busy few weeks which began with a 10 day visit to Assisi and the opportunity to draw and soak up some sunshine. I made some of these drawings from the monastery garden which overlooks the churches of Santa Chiara and San Rufino with the forested slopes of Monte Subasio in the
Felt a bit overwhelmed when I read this. http://www.broughtonspurtle.org.uk/news/life-moment-and-collective-thrum
My solo exhibition is running at the Union Gallery, you are invited to a private preview on Friday 8th May at 6-8pm.
I’m proud to have won the RSW Council Award at the 134th annual exhibition held in Edinburgh this January. The winning painting was inspired by Puddock Pond in Crieff: