BIG CHRISTMAS SHOW 2020
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NEW CELIA DARGIE
Born and raised in the South East of France, Celia has lived in many parts of the world including Europe, Africa, the Middle East and more recently, the USA.
She relocated to Scotland in 2020.
I paint who I am and how I feel. Every painting contains a piece of my world. An organic expression of the complexity and beauty of my life experience.
The secret of a successful fool is that she's no fool at all.
She was a Rubik, some say a mess.. he says a beautiful puzzle ..!! ... the more he solve, the more he fall in love !!
Be uniquely you. Stand Out. Be colourful !
NEW MARYANN RYVES
Maryann graduated in 1985 with an Honours in Printed Textile Design from Manchester. Having worked as a freelance textile designer, her designs have been exhibited in Paris, Frankfurt and New
She has now turned to build a successful career in painting and lives in Aberfeldy.
Her warm, bold and expressive style examines everyday social life. Her paintings celebrate and remind us of the pleasure that we get from meeting people and the social interaction outside of our home environment.
NEW JOE BROADLEY HPAI
Joe Broadley was appointed an Artist Member of the Paisley Art Institute in 1997 and thereafter an Honarary Diploma Member in 2009.
Broadley is an (colourist) impressionist who enjoys capturing cityscapes both at home and on trips to Europe. In particular, he looks for characterful lived-in scenes, which reflect the local culture and life for the viewer.
ALLAN J ROBERTSON
TOM ALLAN MA ARBS PAI
Helliwell's collage studies encapsulate a whole era of fashion and culture.
In the case of her quirky queues and lips each study is made from one issue of a magazine (either Vogue or Harpers and Queen). With five of the studies below, the original magazine is included with the painting (noted).
Helliwell's language is delightfully observational, light and modern. Her studies examine groups and society (the symbolism of queues) illuminating our individuality, character and idiosynchrasies and reflecting on our basic instinct or desire to express (dress up our personalities) and get out to enjoy ourselves (as an offest to the routines or boredom in our lives).
Probably an extension of why we buy magazines in the first place .. to escape, seek inspiration and dream !