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Scotland's Artists 2024




I love the Scotland's Artist Calendars produced by Tartan2CV...... the owner, Shona is absolutely lovely and we have very similar tastes in artists, so it's always a delight to discover which of Scotland's talented contemporary artists are represented. It's a good measure of whose work to keep an eye out for throughout the year!




January


Joyce Boreland - Above Faslane to Argyll Hills

Joyce Borland is a Dumbarton born artist now living in Cardross, Argyll and Bute. Tutored at the Glasgow School of Art, Joyce specialises in the tonality of landscape in Scotland and Europe and exhibits at galleries throughout the United Kingdom.



February

Dronma - Clifftop Crofts

Glasgow born artist Dronma graduated from the Glasgow School of Art in 1969. As a full time painter, Dronma exhibits regularly throughout the UK and is a member of the Glasgow Society of Women Artists. Her vivid landscapes have gained her a fine reputation amongst discerning buyers of contemporary Scottish Art, and are in prestigious private collections world-wide. Dronma's work is currently available on our paintings page.



March

Gordon Wilson - Big Bass Haar

Gordon Wilson was born and educated in Glasgow. Tutored at Glasgow School of Art, his vibrant and expressive paintings are much sought after and can be found in private and corporate collections throughout the world.



April

Brian Petrie - Carnoustie Morning

Born in Fife in 1952, Brian Petrie trained in Graphic design at Napier College in Edinburgh before joining DC Thomson in Dundee as a magazine designer. In 1995 he left to pursue a freelance career as a cartoonist producing the cartoon strip ‘Chic ‘n’ Sammy’ for the Sunday Mail and “The Sporran Legion” for the Scottish Sun where he now supplies a daily topical cartoon. His inspiration comes from regular trips around the coasts and islands of Scotland. Brian works mainly in oils and acrylics and his paintings are on show in a number of Galleries throughout Scotland.



May

Pam Carter - Red Roof on the Edge

Born in Tanzania to an Austrian mother and Scottish father, Pam Carter studied at Glasgow School of Art and has spent many years lecturing at Falkirk College. She exhibited widely throughout Britain and a number of her works are available in limited edition prints. Sadly Pam passed away in 2022, but leaves a strong legacy in vibrant and colourful Scottish art.



June

Ed Hunter - Holy Isle from Dunagoil, Bute

Born in Glasgow, Ed Hunter studied part-time at Glasgow School of Art. Having embarked on a full-time painting career in 1993, his figurative works and atmospheric landscapes have been exhibited in galleries in the UK, Germany, France, Russia and America.



July

Jim Wylie - Arran from Straad

Originally from Glasgow, Jim Wylie studied Drawing and Painting at Glasgow School of Art and now lives in Stewarton, Ayrshire.

Specialising in landscape, he works in strong clean colour featuring mainly Scottish scenes. His work is widely shown in galleries across Scotland. Some of Jim's work is available to buy from our paintings page.



August

Nikki Monaghan - Harbour Boats, Pittenweem

Nikki Monaghan was born in 1971. She gained a BA Hons in Textile Design at the Scottish College of Textiles in 1994. Nikki lives in Falkirk and is inspired by the landscape, and the patterns and textures found in our everyday surroundings.



September

Peter Luti - Evening Glow over the Croft

Peter was born and raised in Callander, Perthshire and continues to live there. He studied ceramics at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee and Goldsmiths’ College, London. After many years working in Art and Design Education, Peter retired as Head of Expressive Arts, Faculty of Education, Universiry of Glasgow to concentrate on painting, mainly in acrylics, and other interests. Peter's work is exclusively available at Galleria Luti and can be viewed on our paintings page.



October

Deborah Phillips - Dalwhinnie Autumn

After graduating from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee in 1987 she went on to become the Merchandise designer with the National Trust for Scotland. A similar post with Historic Scotland followed as well as demonstrating for an international art materials company. She now concentrates on painting “jaunty, juicy landscapes” in her Dundee studio and exhibiting throughout the UK and Ireland.



November

Francis Boag - Blair Atholl Castle

Francis Boag was born in Dundee in 1948 and studied at the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in the late sixties. He continued to paint and exhibit throughout a teaching career which saw him teach in Dundee and Perth before being appointed Head of Art at Aberdeen Grammar School in 1989. In 1999 he was awarded an MA (Fine Art) from Robert Gordons University and he now paints full time from his home in Newtonhill.



December

Tim Cockburn - Eightsome Reel

Tim Cockburn was born in 1955. He has worked as a painter and printmaker since graduating from Edinburgh College of Art in 1978. In 1993 he moved to the harbour town of Pittenweem in Fife. His detailed and lively paintings are populated by a large cast of people performing the many rituals of contemporary life. He is particularly well known for his depictions of Scottish Country dance.


Twelve fabulous paintings to represent the fantastic wealth of scottish contemporary artists out there. A calendar of delights if you will. 2024 at its very best.


If you would like to own your own piece of Scottish art history, the calendars are available to purchase over on our other art page.




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