to Jul 28

The Colourful Animals of Naomi Bunyan

Born in England into a family of artists, Naomi watched her grandparents paint both portraits and landscapes. Art has been a part of her life for as long as she can remember.  She studied at Winchester school of Art for her foundation year, discovering a world of expression and sculpture. Then to Camberwell where she graduated in Fine art.

In awe of Quentin Blake's free and unique penmanship and the life-like skill of Chuck Close, Naomi’s work has been described as a vibrant fusion of the two.  Naomi has exhibited across the UK including Farnham Maltings and The Troubadour, Earl’s Court. She has spent some time designing and painting sets for the theatre.

Trained as a Montessori she has worked as a teacher for many years. Recently relocated to Scotland with her husband and three children, Naomi is now heavily involved in her own commissioned portraiture work.

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to Jul 14

RAF 100 - One Hundred Years of the Royal Air Force

A special exhibition celebrating the 100 year anniversary of the formation of the Royal Air Force. This display will feature the work of two local members of the Guild of Aviation Artists: Neil Foggo and Paul Warrener.  Works will show a variety of the aircraft flown by the RAF and in particular aircraft that have been, over the years, based here in Morayshire.

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to Jul 1

Anthony S. Campbell DA - Original paintings in oil

Anthony Campbell graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee, and spent his career teaching, during which he found little time to paint. Since retiring, his work is predominantly landscape painting where he prefers to work on location capturing the fleeting nuances of light that create colour, tone, and mood.  His favourite locations are the Morayshire coast and the West coast of Scotland.

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to Apr 22

Lesley Boyd - Landscapes in oil

Lesley is well known for her sensitive and evocative landscapes in oils where the soft russets and greens of leaves and moss contrast with the deep browns and indigo of highland rivers, and in particular The Spey, close to which Lesley lives and paints.

Through these landscapes comes the trademark dramatic light which is so often a feature of the Scottish Highlands and the Morayshire coast.

Lesley will also have some of her exquisite Intaglio prints on display at the exhibition which is open from 10.00 to 4.30 daily except Mondays. 

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