Anna King, Mhairi McGregor RSW and Rose Strang SSA
Presenting three very exciting artists whose works are very much in contrast yet represent common themes of real painterly touch and feel.
Anna King first came to the attention of the art world with her sell-out degree show at Dundee’s Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in 2005. She then won the top prize of £20,000 in the annual Jolomo Award in 2007. Her very distinctive work, often bleakly attractive images of post-industrial landscapes, wastelands, abandoned buildings and barren pieces of scrubland, has a subtle and lingering appeal.
Mhairi McGregor RSW, is a very well-established and widely collected painter, in her prime. Her work is regularly exhibited in the Royal Scottish Academy, Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour and Royal Glasgow Institute. Behind her wonderful eye for colour, lies a subtlety of form and space in both still life and landscape painting.
Edinburgh artist Rose Strang SSA is a fine talent with a rapidly growing following. She refers mainly to the landscapes of her native land seeking to communicate her response to her beautiful, often bleak subject matter. Her touch and discerning eye are evident in her paintings.
Oct 31-Nov 21, Fri-Sat 10am-5pm or by appt at other times. For more info, visit www.limetreegallery.com