News, Events + Exhibitions
Festive Markets 2019:
- 10 Nov – Tea Green @ Bowhouse, Saint Monans (10am – 4pm)
- 16+17 Nov – Tea Green @ Kibble Palace, Glasgow (10am – 4pm)
- 30 Nov – CRAFTED, DCA, Dundee (11.30am – 5:30pm)
- 7+8 Dec – Tea Green @ Kibble Palace, Glasgow (10am – 4pm)
Current galleries, exhibitions + stockists:
- 2 Nov – 1 March: Of Light and Night, The Velvet Easel, Portobello, Edinburgh
- 16 Nov – 23 Dec: Christmas Exhibition, Green Gallery, Buchlyvie, Stirlingshire
- 7 – 28 Dec : Little Originals, Dock Street Studios, Dundee
- 16 Nov – 28 Dec: ANGUSalive Meffan Winter Show, Forfar
- Tayberry Gallery, Perth
- Canvas Art, Forfar (December 2019)
- Greengate Gallery – Culross, Fife
- Sunshine Number One – Mount Florida, Glasgow
- Cambo Stables, Kingsbarns (install w/c 2 December)
- Freedom Hair – Broughty Ferry
NEWS for 2020
I’m excited to announce that my first ever solo show will take place with Angus Alive Museums and Galleries at Brechin Townhouse Museum, from 20 June to 19 September 2020.
Also, please watch this space for more exciting news about a project I am involved with in Forfar for 2020!!!
The summer of 2019 saw my Oor Wullie featured as part of the first ever nationwide public art trail. And this was my first ever piece of public art!!
My design was at Perth Train Station – which was part of the Dundee trail! All proceeds from the auction in September went to support the children’s hospitals across Scotland, with the money from the Dundee Wullie’s going to the ARCHIE Foundation – the official charity of Tayside Children’s Hospital in Dundee. Oor Tatha Rannsachair raised a huge £4.8k and the overall trail raised £1.3million – which is AMAZING!!!!
Oor Tatha was inspired by Dundee and the beauty and changing mood of the River Tay. He portrays times spent exploring by the river and journeys crossing over it – a city framed by an expanse of green hills and silvery blue water. There are references to the marks in the stonework along the river wall, patterns created by tides distributing pebbles across the shorelines of Tay Country, and the bold geometrics of the bridges. Finally, those breath-taking moments when shafts of sunlight pour in through heavy rain clouds and the glorious sunrises and sunsets that light up the river.