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Jamieson McLauchlan Watt

Jamieson McLauchlan Watt
18th June - 23rd July 2016

Doubtfire welcomes back Charles Jamieson following his superb solo exhibition here in 2014. He is joined by Rory McLauchlan and Tom Watt, both new to the gallery. All three are craftsmen of light, colour and from in their chosen styles and command a deserved following and reputation throughout the UK and beyond.


Exhibition Pics

(Click on thumbnails to view. Images record the full catalogue shown during the exhibition dates.)

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Charles Jamieson MFA PAI PPAI

With a deft touch and a strong palette of colours, award winning artist Charlie Jamieson has a gift for capturing the warmth, light and vivid tones of sun-drenched locations around the world – buildings, land, deep blue skies and dazzling seascapes. “Painting the heat and light is hugely important to me,” he says. “Strong colours are so satisfying to work with. I don’t do angst. I’m really a happy, positive person.”

His bold, confident paintings have won a growing following for the Ayrshire-based artist, including novelist John Le Carré, comedian Harry Enfield, TV jour ... Read More

Rory McLauchlan

Born in Ayr, Rory McLauchlan initially studied graphcs at Cardonald College, Glasgow from 1978-80. Following this he continued his studies at St Martin's School of Art, London from 1982-85 where he gained a BA(Hons) in Fine Art. While living in London, Rory worked as a freelance textile designer for various design companies including Kim Clark Design. Since returning to Scotland he has concentrated on Painting - the natural beauty of Scotland and France his principal subjects. An award winning artist, Rory exhibits regularly throughout the UK, including the RSA, RSW, the G ... Read More

Tom Watt

Tom Watt studied drawing at Edinburgh College of Art from 1971 to 1975 under Philipson, Peploe, Cumming and Michie. After art college, Tom undertook a career in teaching, ultimately working as head of Art at James Gillespie's High School in Edinburgh. During this time most of his paintings were commissioned pieces. For the last 25 years Tom has devoted himself entirely to painting. Tom has always been fascinated by the effect of light and colour on his surroundings. His subjects have included the small fishing villages of Fife, the canals of Venice and the Tuscan and Gasc ... Read More