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Exhibition: Meffan Museum and Gallery, Forfar, Angus

One of my paintings has been accepted for the Winter Exhibition 2017 at Meffan Museum and Gallery, Forfar. It is a still life, showing a well known kitchen motif – garlic on a chopping board, flanked by lemon, chili and a few tins of tomatoes.

oil painting Garlic on Board

Meffan Museum and Gallery   20 West High Street   Forfar   DD8 1BB
18 November – 30 December 2017, Tuesday – Saturday, 10am -5pm

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Perthshire Open Studios 2017

Less than two weeks to go until the start of Perthshire Open Studios 2017! This year I’m going to open my Kettins studio to the public, together with fellow artist Aileen M Stackhouse. Aileen shows work based on her ongoing research project into the history, geology and ecology of the River Ericht. I show recent linoprints and still life paintings together with new drawings and painted recycled furniture.
During the Open Studio days Aileen and I will be doing demonstrations of drawing and linoprinting.

The full programme of Perthshire Open Studios 2017 is listed in the excellent event brochure, available in many shops, museums, libraries, cafés all over Perthshire and Kinross-shire. You can also find it online.


Upcycled table, chalk paint, acrylic varnish. 2017
50 x 50 x 65 cm

Perthshire Open Studios
Cornelia Weinmann Design, studio #36, lime route
4 School Park   Kettins, Blairgowrie   PH13 9JN
2 – 10 September 2017. My studio is open Sat, Sun 10 – 17, Wed 17 – 19


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Exhibition: Ruthven Music Festival 2017

I am grateful to renowned artist Frances Law who invited me to add a colourful accent to Ruthven Community Hall, newly refurbished for this year’s Ruthven Music Festival on the weekend of June 9 – 11. The concert audience could see paintings by Frances Law, Jonathan Hood and myself on the walls of the lovely intimate venue, at one time the village church of Ruthven in Angus.

Making Quince Jelly with Silverspoon

Making Quince Jelly with Silverspoon
Oil on canvasboard, 50 x 65 cm. 2016


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Candlelight Dinner

Another one of my paintings prepared for Perthshire Open Studios 2016. It is a still life, called Candlelight Dinner. I don’t place items for a still life in front of me when I paint, I remember or invent them and arrange them so that they tell a story. The viewer is invited to find their own stories when looking at the image.