Bel Cowie

1943 – 1983 Bel Cowie was born in Dundee.  She trained at Gray’s School of Art and later at Ceramische Fachschule, Berne.  She occasionally painted in oil but mostly water-based mediums, and is probably best known for her screenprints.  Her work often reveals...

Andrew Cranston

b. 1969 Andrew Cranston was born in Hawick in the Scottish Borders in 1969. He studied at Manchester Polytechnic 1989-90, Gray’s school of Art Aberdeen 1990-3 and the Royal College of Art London 1994-6. He divides his time between Glasgow and Aberdeen – where he has...

Doug Cocker

b. 1945 Doug Cocker is a contemporary sculptor who is based and works in Scotland. Born in Perthshire in, Cocker has built up an international reputation with his work exhibited in both public and private collections in Britain and North America. After studying at...

Maggie Clyde

b. 1952 Maggie Clyde, born in Glasgow in 1952, trained both at the Edinburgh College of Art and the Royal College of Art, London. Her work is in several collections in Britain including, Sheffield City Art Galleries and Sainsbury Collection, Norwich. She has won...

Robert Callender

1932 – 2011 Robert Callender was born in Kent, where his father was an engineer and boatbuilder on the Thames. For six decades he worked as an artist in Scotland, studying medical illustration in Edinburgh, and then painting at Edinburgh College of Art from 1954 to...
Joyce W Cairns

Joyce W Cairns

  b. 1947 Joyce W Cairns was born and brought up in Edinburgh. She studied painting at Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen from 1966 -71, The Royal College of Art, London 1971 -74. She was awarded a Fellowship at Gloucester College of Art and Design 1974-75 returning to...