Chad McCail

b. 1961 Chad McCail studied English at the University of Kent before obtaining a BA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths, University of London in 1989.  His interest in literature and communication appear frequently in his work, which recalls the kind of visual information...

Malcom McCoig

Malcom McCoig studied design at Glasgow School of Art.  This education led him into a career in the arts industry, becoming a lecturer in Design at Gray’s School of Art for around 30 years.  McCoig remained an engaged figure in the creative community within Aberdeen,...
Barry McGlashan

Barry McGlashan

b. 1974 Born and raised in Aberdeen on the North East coast of Scotland, Barry McGlashan studied painting at Grays School of Art graduating in 1996 with first class honours. In 1998 he returned to Grays School of Art where he continued to teach in the drawing and...

John McLean

b. 1939 McLean’s father was a painter, whose later work was influenced by Abstract Expressionism, although McLean himself had studied art history at university and was largely self-taught as an artist.  His father’s work may have had an influence, as the artist...

Tom MacKenzie

Living and working on the Isle of Skye, the printmaker Tom MacKenzie is renowned for his colour etchings of the island and the West Coast of Scotland.  The visual richness of Skye – the jagged coastlines and monolithic rock formations; the wild island sea and...

Ian McKenzie-Smith

b. 1935 Born in Montrose, McKenzie-Smith studied at Gray’s School of Art and then at Hospitalfield in Arbroath from 1953-58.  He was granted a travelling scholarship in 1959 which took him to Paris where he met the Japanese artist, Kenzo Okada, and first encountered...