My work is available all year round at a number of galleries listed at the bottom of this page.
Exhibitions listing 2023
I have a large solo consisting of 50 works produced since 2018 at the Donald Watson Gallery, Aberlady. The Donald Watson Gallery is a beautiful purpose built gallery at the Scottish Ornithologists’ Club HQ which has a year round programme showcasing some of the best wildlife art in the world. Aberlady is on the East Lothian coast, close to Edinburgh. The exhibition started at the beginning of March and runs until April 16th.
Starting on April 8th I’ll be exhibiting with John Threlfall SWLA, Elizabeth Gilbey and Helen Wilson RSW RGI PAI. Please join us for drinks in the gallery (and some Easter eggs!) from 11am to 1pm on the first day (Saturday 8th) at the Mc Gill Duncan Gallery in Castle Douglas.
My work is available online from the Mc Gill Duncangallery.com outwith the exhibition period, throughout the year.
I’m pleased to say I’ll be taking part in Spring Fling again this year. Spring Fling is one of Scotland’s most impressive and long standing Open Studio events and takes place over the May bank holiday, 27th-29th May. I’ll be demonstrating at my home studio where prints and cards will be for sale.
My Shetland inspired work is at the Bonhoga Gallery, Weisdale, Shetland from August 31st until October 1st. 20+ pieces featuring the birds and landscape of Shetland (plus a couple inspired by Orkney…)
From November 2nd until the 11th the Society of Wildlife Artists’ annual exhibition, The Natural Eye, will take place the Mall Galleries. This year is a special celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the SWLA. Eight of my works will be winging their way down there.
Of course you can browse and purchase my work from this site and through the galleries which represent me. Very good selections of my work are always available at the Mc Gill Duncan Gallery, Castle Douglas and the Birdscapes Gallery in Glandford, Norfolk. I also have work at Cambridge Contemporary Art, the Jetty Gallery in Oban, Oliver Contemporary in Wandsworth, the Waterside Gallery in Stromness (Orkney) and the Bonhoga Gallery in Shetland.