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frank airey                                 
An artist from the USA - further details to follow.



A collective from North London - BigWorks! specialise in creating contemporary art suited to contemporary living.
Their large inspirational canvases are ideally suited to open wall spaces where impact is paramount. They look stunning both in the home and in the work environment.
Commissions can also be undertaken


Josephine Broekhuizen was born in the Hague, the Netherlands and studied at the Academy for Visual Arts between 1977-1981.
Between 1982-1984 she studied at Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen where she gained a B.A. Honours.
In 1984 she won first prize at the Aberdeen Artists Exhibition, and between 1989-1996 has created extensive murals, portraits and interior decoration at Lee Castle in Lanark.
In 1996 and 1999 she produced murals for Baxters Drumclog Heritage Centre in Strathaven,


kathyramsay carr                       
Kathy Ramsay Carr was born in 1952 and studied graphic design and illustration at Bath Academy of Art from 1971 to 1975.
She moved to Mexico City in 1976 where she worked for many years as a designer and art director in a design company, and then became head of Graphic Design in the Cultural Institute of the National University of Mexico.
After 8 years she returned to the UK and from then onwards has worked full time as a painter.
She now exhibits regularly, mostly in London. 
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Jim Collins worked in the Glasgow shipyards until June 1989. During this time he produced
commissioned work for Misener Transportation Canada and North Sea Ferries. He began
exhibiting and sold at the Royal Scottish Academy summer exhibition of 1985.
Since leaving the shipyard he has shown extensively, and more recently in a group exhibition
at the City Gallery, Leicester which included Josef Herman and Peter Howson.
His shipyard paintings are representational and extremely personal.
A period of experimentation with light reactive media in 1993-94 led to an exhibition of
paintings and 5 installations.
This change of direction has developed into his current series of work which still has links to
memories of his shipyard years.


peter collins                               
Further information to follow on this new and exciting artist.


Italian figurative painter with a humorous twist.
He has exhibited in many cities in his native Italy though is currently looking to expand his market into London.
A product of La Scoula Artista Florence his work continues to attract an ever increasing audience. His composition and approach to his work are both positive and refreshing.


brian craig                                 
A Scottish artist born in Ayrshire, Brian studied graphic design and photography at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee 1976-1980.
Working as a designer his painting is a reaction to the sterile, computerised environment of modern-day graphic design.
His painting reflects the Scottish psyche and landscape using the texture and volume of paint.
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stephen doran                           
Stephen Doran was educated at Colchester Institute and the London Institute to BA (Hons).
Between 1993-1997 he started to develop his direction and style of work.
Although some of the pieces may look abstract, each painting is actually based on a specific theme or idea on which he is trying to communicate.
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This recently recognised Scottish artist studied painting and print-making at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee from 1988-1992. While studying there he won a John Kinross scholarship from the Royal Scottish Academy enabling him to study in Florence, Italy.
As a post-graduate student from 1994-1995 at Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen, he was awarded the Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Art’s Exhibition prize and short-listed for the first Exhibition Award, by Aberdeen City Art Gallery.
His subject matter concentrates on powerful and atmospheric images of dereliction, reflecting a countries culture through its ruinous architecture, industry and sites of historic importance.
Michael exhibits his work widely in his home country and regularly in Europe. His paintings are held in public and private collections in Scotland, England, Norway and Italy.


An artist from Copenhagen, Denmark - further details to follow.


An artist from the UK - further details to follow.


An artist from the USA - further details to follow.



Hugh Mackintosh was born in 1947 and was a graduate of Edinburgh College of Art, gaining a BA (Hons) in Fine Art.
He has spent the last 30 years living and working in Italy.
His work is purely landscape based and concentrates on the rawness and feeling of isolation that the Italian landscape offers.
He has exhibited extensively during this period, winning many awards and is proud to be included in many important collections throughout the world.


robbie mcbeth                            
A recent graduate of Dundee, Robbie’s work concentrates on flat colour coupled with creative concepts. His work is striking and imposing offering the viewer an interesting and creative alternative.

“His subjects are everyday objects and glorified images”

Since graduating Robbie has continued to attract an increasing following, exhibiting extensively both in Britain and in Europe

Eleanor is a Scottish Colourist who lives and works in Largs, Ayrshire.
She expresses her joy of painting through colour and texture.
Eleanor’s love of painting is lifelong. She paints the diary of her life, her thoughts, her dreams and familiar surroundings.
Eleanor has had many different experiences in her life and therefore the subject matter of the paintings are varied.
Colour, texture, the making of marks add to the strength of her work.
Exhibited widely in one woman exhibitions in Glasgow, Renfrewshire, Ayrshire, Perthshire and Gloucestershire.
She is a member of the Paisley Art Institute and has exhibited with the Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts and various galleries in Scotland, with paintings held by local companies and private collections in over 14 countries.
She was the North Ayrshire Open Art prize winner in 1999.


David Miles was born in London. His childhood was spent in various parts of the U.K.. When
he left school he took a variety of jobs before deciding to study painting at St Martins Art School in London 1959-1963.
He worked as a scenic artist for the National Theatre and as a freelance artist/designer for various theatres.
In 1967 he set up his studio on the Isle of Harris in the Outer Hebrides having bought a cottage in Scarista the previous year. He has since had regular periods of painting in other European countries and London, but mainly worked in and influenced by his preferred environment of the Hebrides.
Exhibited widely in Europe.


Stuart McAlpine Miller is a Scottish artist living and working in London.
Since graduating in 1990 he has continued to achieve success in both Britain and Europe.
Having first becoming involved with a series of London based galleries, he has moved in other directions thus developing his work for himself rather than the commercial control that is the ‘Gallery Establishment’.
His figurative paintings concentrate on points of debate within our society. Surreal imagery overpowers and disguises the real questions behind his work, offering the viewer the opportunity to challenge these points.
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tim pomeroy                              
Tim Pomeroy was born in Hamilton, Scotland in 1957 and studied at Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen between 1976-1981, where he also lectured during 1983.
His awards include the Elsie Byrne travelling scholarship in 1980, Benno Schotz prizewinner at the Royal Glasgow Institute in 1983, EIS prizewinner, the Scottish Society of Artists also in 1983 and the Young Artists Bursary, the Scottish Arts Council in 1984.
Between 1983-1997 he has also created illustrations for the following publications.
New Edinburgh Review, poems by Walter Perrie, New Arcadian Journal, William Wallace,
Robert the Bruce and Jock Stein, all by Glenn Telfer.


Ann-Marie Ryan trained at Wimbledon School of Art where she gained a BA in Fine Art and an MA in Printmaking.
in 1998 she relocated to rural Norfolk to set up her studio and now works full time on her painting and printmaking.
Her works are in many private and corporate collections including Bird & Bird, MCI Worldcom and Harper Collins.


A British artist new to smlartgroup - further details to follow.



george thomas                           
George Thomas is an artist from Connecticut who specialises in portraits.
Influenced by compatriots Ralph Goings and Edward Hopper, this young artist’s critically acclaimed work has a strong and realistic quality, where light and moody colour dominate.



Paul Veshev is an artist who was born in St Petersburg, Russia in 1962 and has exhibited at many exhibitions both in his homeland and around the world.
His works are in private assemblies in Russia, USA, Canada, Japan, Germany, France, Denmark, England, Holland and Sweden.
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jackie weir                                 
A British artist new to smlartgroup - further details to follow.