Andrew McMorrine

b. 1948 McMorrine’s work is tied closely to the places he has lived and the people in his life.  He studied at Glasgow School of Art graduating diploma of Art in 1970. With roots in Galloway and Colonsay, he has gone on to live and teach in Glasgow, South Uist and...

Edwin Mickleburgh

An award winning photographer film-maker and writer, Mickleburgh was a member of the British Antarctic Survey from 1968-1971, subsequently visiting Antarctica frequently until the late 80’s and making documentary films for the BBC and ITV. He wrote a book Beyond the...

Milan Milojevic

b. 1964 Born in Tasmania, Milojevic gained his degree in printmaking from the Tasmanian School of Art in 1976 where he is currently Senior Lecturer in Charge, Printmaking Studio. Within his artistic practice he creates imagined landscapes in which bizarre, hybrid...

Mary Modeen

Mary Modeen is an artist and interdisciplinary academic who makes art and writes. She is a senior lecturer at DJCAD, University of Dundee and leads the Master of Fine Art (MFA) in Art and Humanities. Modeen’s research practice has several threads: perception as a...

Martin Nelson

b. 1948 Working in the Mearns area of Aberdeenshire, Nelson graduated from Gray’s School of Art with his MFA in 2008. The process of making is an integral part of his practice; employing ideas from mathematics and geometry with an aesthetic sensibility to create works...

Thérèse Oulton

b. 1953 Oulton has been painting since her years at St Martins (1976-79) then the Royal College of Art (1980-83). Her first groundbreaking and controversial exhibition of large scale oil paintings, Fool’s Gold (1984) took a critical position towards both abstraction...