Scottish landscape and still life artist - producing paintings and art prints.
THE LEMOND GALLERY BIG CHRISTMAS SHOW is coming soon at 4 Thorn Rd, Bearsden, Glasgow G61 4PP
Friday 15th NOVEMBER 2019 from 6.00pm to 8.30pm
Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th NOVEMBER 2019 from 11.00am to 5.00pm daily.
I HOPE YOU CAN GET ALONG TO VIEW ALL THE LOVELY ART. Here are some of my paintings in the show.
ART PRINTS ARE EASY TO ORDER Prints are available to post within 3 - 5 days of order and there is no charge for UK posting. You can pay securely with PayPal. Please see the Buy online - Giclee Art Prints page to view collections. POPULAR COLLECTIONS are Art Prints of ARRAN; Art Prints of SKYE , Art Prints of ST ANDREWS and EAST NEUK. Many other scenes and still life prints are also available.
My Paintings can be seen in the following winter exhibitions:
Edinburgh Art Fair, Corn Exchange Edinburgh 21st -24th November (I am showing my art with Linton59)
The Lemond Gallery (Glasgow and Edinburgh Exhibitions)
Strathearn Gallery, Crief
ScotlandArt Gallery, Glasgow
The Glasgow Gallery, Glasgow
Morningside Gallery, Edinburgh
Sproson Gallery, St Andrews
Aberfeldy Gallery, Aberfeldy
DNG Gallery, Auchterarder
The Arran Gallery, Whiting Bay, Arran,
Darryl Nantais Gallery, Linton, near Cambridge
Sheila Fowler Art I am an Artist with a love of colour and texture, taking inspiration from the colours and patterns in nature. I enjoy painting the Scottish landscape, Hebridean Islands and further afield. I also love flowers and enjoy producing still life and garden paintings.
Art Galleries Please have look at the Where To See My Art page for links to the galleries who show my work.
My Art Studio I work in my studio in Giffnock, on the south side of Glasgow. Visits are welcome by appointment.
Commissions I enjoy working on commissions. If you are looking for something special, please contact me.
My Mailing List You are very welcome to join my mailing list. All you have to do is reply to this e mail with the word YES. mailto:email@example.com I send around 6 newsletters a year with details of exhibitions and a first look at new work.