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under a northern sky

under a northern sky
13th April - 12th May 2024

Coastal structures, landscape structures, figurative structures. These three artists employ quite different technique, subject and style. All are bonded by a common theme – emotion. And, of course, a sense of place and an understanding of their surroundings, west coast, east coast and Perthshire Highlands. All contrasting, all under the same northern sky.

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Euan McGregor PAI

An award winning artist, Euan McGregor lives and works in West Kilbride on the north Ayrshire coast.

Euan’s roots are in printmaking, giving his work an emphasis on mark-making and shape. He has an interest in all things Modernist and in particular, mid 20th century British landscape painting. His influences include Hockney, Piper and the St Ives school in Cornwall.

His recent work has been inspired by some of our iconic malt whisky distilleries. Frequently drawn to marginal and fringe spaces in his work, he says “I love the fact that these structures often inhabi ... Read More

Christian Moore

Christian Moore was born in 1981 on the Wirral in Northwest England, which is also where he grew up. After studying art at school and business at Liverpool University, the strength of his portfolio earned him a position on the roster of a leading illustration agent in London, where he worked for a decade. During that time, he had the privilege of producing creative work for many notable fashion brands and magazines, such as Chanel, Tatler, Hugo Boss, Vogue and many more.

Christian made the decision to leave London and move to Edinburgh in 2019, and then Perthshire in 2 ... Read More

Ian Neill

Ian attended Glasgow School of Art as a mature student from 1996 graduating in 2000 with a BA (Hons) Fine Art Painting with a Distinction in Historical and Critical Studies.

Since then he has exhibited in open exhibitions including the RSA, RGI and Paisley Art Institute as well as several private galleries. He has work in collections in the UK, France, Germany, Italy and the USA.

Ian says “Over the last few years I’ve been developing a series of figure paintings dealing with issues relating to male psychology in the modern world, such as feelings of isolation a ... Read More