Kyley Campbell
Shells and other natural forms inspire Kyley's work. Using piercing and photo-etching techniques on flat sheet metal, she translates these forms into abstract and intriguing designs. She sees her work as miniature sculptures when both on and away from the body. Kyley is exhibiting a range of jewellery, including Oxidised Silver Bangle and Shell Necklace.
Fanny Lam Christie
Fanny’s work explores our relationship with nature and responds to the changing condition of the landscape. Her work addresses our attitudes to nature and encourages viewers to re-establish a closer connection with the natural world. Fanny has had two pieces approved for the RGI 2007 show, therefore we are pleased that she is exhibiting a selection of paintings and scupltures, including Sunset at Birsay, Orkney and Flow.
Margaret Evans
Margaret is one of the UK's leading art tutors, and renowned internationally for her pastel work. Her workshops take her far and wide finding new and exciting places to paint, and she is continually inspired to produce colourful and striking new work from these experiences. Margaret is exhibiting a number of paintings, including Venetian Canal and Gold Fields Craigrossie.
Jean Feeney
Real places inspire Jean; the quality of the light and the air, and often the people who live in those places, and do battle with the elements (the rain, the wind, the sun) and in so doing leave their mark - a fence post, a white gable-end, a broken gate.... and so Jean paints. Jean is exhibiting a range of paintings, including Beached Boats and Silver Sands, Torridon.
Suzanne Mitchell-Henry
Suzanne's work is concerned with capturing a sense of place and spirit. When creating a piece of work she considers and questions the formation and influences of the geological, geographical and solar forces have on the subject together with the natural and man's history. Examples of work on show include Cramond and Athens of the North and its Medieval Past.

Arie Vardi

Arie's sensitive use of colour is the keynote coupled with a wealth of visual landscape experience both in Scotland and abroad make him a real "one to watch" fresh artist. Arie works in acrylics, oil and mixed media. He paints Scottish landscapes, figurative work and still life. Arie is exhibiting a range of paintings and jewellery, including Dancing with the Wind and The Sound of Mull.
Ann Wegmuller RSW
Ann’s paintings, both in oil and watercolour, formally of the landscape and descriptive in character were a response to the ever changing light of Scotland. Her work has become statements about the land and particularly the land around the sea-edge. The colours reflect her emotional response to that place. Ann will be exhibiting a series of her paintings, including West Highland Landscape.



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