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WHAT'S NEW for 2024?

I am currently working on new collagraph work which will be on a larger scale than I am used to, so the logistics of sizing up are quite a challenge.

I am also developing a new body of work based on the changing landscape of the islands. This is to reflect the impacts of climate change, flora and fauna, new developments contrasting with the older, original structures and erosion of the coastline.   

A book on printmaking is in progress.  It will be looking at experimental printmaking techniques that can be done at home without a press and will hopefully inspire both beginners and experienced printmakers alike. WATCH THIS SPACE!

I plan to take part in the new PRINTMAKERS of SCOTLAND Festival at Stirling University in August and to continue my involvement with OPEN STUDIOS HEBRIDES in the summer.


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OPEN STUDIOS HEBRIDES   involves artists and makers around the Isles of Lewis and Harris opening their workplaces to the public for 2 weekends in the summer. This will be our fourth year and it has been a great way for people to meet the artists, find out about their work and treat themselves to a piece of original Island Art.

The recent exhibition for our member artists at AN LANNTAIR was a great success and highlighted the wonderful range of artwork produced by artists and makers on the Isle of Lewis. More exhibitions are planned for 2024.


The dates for OPEN STUDIOS HEBRIDES 2024 are 25,26,27 July and  1,2,3 August for the art trails on the Isle of Lewis and we plan to extend it to the Isle of Harris with an additional weekend  8,9,10 August.

Information on how to get involved is available on the website

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In 2023 I organised a second fundraising art event at TALLA NA MARA gallery - HARRIS, which took place in the first week of June and online.


Local artists  donated postcard sized original art  to be sold in aid of 2 worthy charities:


£2500.00 was raised due to the generosity of the artists involved and to Talla na Mara , West Harris Trust 

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