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The Artists

To see more detailed information about each artist and view images of their work click on the respective links to the artists own websites


MARY KING

Mary trained as an illustrator and graduated in 1983 with a BA(hons) in graphic design. Originally arriving in the area in 1986, Mary takes her inspiration from the ever changing light and timeless beauty of Assynt, Coigach and Torridon. Mary specialises in pastels, inks, pencils and scraperboard.

www.pictureshack.co.uk


MARY FRAME

Mary studied Fine Art at Durham University, where she specialised in Textile Design. She took up landscape painting in 1980 . Mary  has always loved wide, wild landscapes. Her paintings aim to capture the scale of large landscapes and to interpret their mood and atmosphere;  she paints in Oil, Watercolour or Pastel.

www.maryframepaintings.co.uk

KITTY WATT

Kitty worked as a screen printer in North Wales and a Commercial artist in London before moving to Scotland in 1982. In 1997 she moved to a remote croft in the Highlands of Scotland. Kitty specialises in aquatint etching, a lengthy and complicated process which produces her unique and stylised images.

www.kittywatt.com

KIM RICHARDS

Kim is an artist and freelance illustrator based in Ullapool. Kim studied at the Glasgow School of Art, specialising in illustration.  She particularly likes working with texture, colour and line.  Kim has an affinity with the Scottish landscape, especially the North West Highlands, and tries to depict this is in her work.

www.kimrichardsart.com

JEANETTE MCCARTHY

After 25 years in the legal profession, Jeanette finally achieved her ambition of moving to the Highlands to paint and write. Jeanette works mainly in acrylics. Her subject matter is the diverse range of wildlife to be found in the highlands. Her aim is to capture the  essence of the animal and as its place in the landscape.

www.jeanettemccarthy.co.uk