Margaret Duff

Dutch Reflections, by Margaret Duff

Margaret Duff first exhibited her paintings at the Christian Aid Clarkston Art Show in 1984. She has won the Artists’ Prize twice (in 1995 and 2003), as well as the J D Henderson Trophy in 2009. I have been painting for as long as I can remember.  I worked for many years in the Art…… Continue reading Margaret Duff

Rebecca Roberts

Iona Abbey, by Rebecca Roberts

Rebecca Roberts has exhibited at the Art Show since 2001. In her first year, she won the Most Popular Painting Prize, which subsequently become the Artists’ Prize. I learned to paint over many years at Glasgow School of Art Continuing Education with Donald Sutherland, Maureen McKenzie and Cynthia Bowles.  I belong to a life drawing…… Continue reading Rebecca Roberts

Janet Forry

Down to the Thorntonhall Barn, by Janet Forry

Janet Forry has been submitting her paintings to the Christian Aid Clarkston Art Show since 2010. I am a graduate of Edinburgh College of Art where I was twice the recipient of the Andrew Grant Scholarship. Summer Posy, by Janet Forry As well as being member of the GSWA I am an elected artist member…… Continue reading Janet Forry

Doreen Williams

Tiree Sunset, by Doreen Williams

Over the years, Doreen Williams has sold over 20 paintings at the Christian Aid Clarkston Art Show, submitting paintings since the 1990s. Doreen has won Most Popular Painting Prize (1999), Artists’ Prize (2004) and the J D Henderson Trophy (2011). I specialise in landscape scenes, primarily of Scottish origin, although I have travelled widely in…… Continue reading Doreen Williams

Joe Broadley

Sledders, Barshaw Park, by Joe Broadley

Joe Broadley has supported the Christian Aid Clarkston Art Show for many years. He won the J D Henderson Trophy in 2016. I am an elected member of Paisley Art Institute of which I was Vice President. I am also a member of The Glasgow Art Club. I paint mainly landscape and city scape and…… Continue reading Joe Broadley

Lynn Hunter

Le chapeau rouge, by Lynn Hunter

Lynn Hunter, has also made a prolific contribution to the Christian Aid Clarkston Art Show over the last decade. Red Skies, Troon, by Lynn Hunter Medium used: oil. My work expresses an aesthetic interest in repetition and pattern examining both the natural and urban landscape through a diversity of media. I lived in Paris 2005-2016,…… Continue reading Lynn Hunter

Les Donaghy

Mad Hatter (Johnny Depp), by Les Donaghy

Les Donaghy first contributed to the Christian Aid Clarkston Art Show more recently, in 2017. As a prize winner in 2019, Les made Art Show history when he won both the Artists’ Prize and the J D Henderson Trophy. I’m regarded as a figurative artist. I have been long-listed for both the RP and BP…… Continue reading Les Donaghy

Laura Hunter

Roses with Jackfield Jug, by Laura Hunter

Another artist who has been contributing to the Christian Aid Clarkston Art Show for a substantial number of years is Laura Hunter. As well as being a popular artist in terms of sales, she has also won many prizes over the years including the Artists’ Prize (2002, 2007 and 2012) and the J D Henderson…… Continue reading Laura Hunter

Heather Raeburn

Swimmer, by Heather Raeburn

Unlike the previous artists we highlighted, Heather Raeburn became a contributor to the Christian Aid Clarkston Art Show more recently. Her pictures have proved very popular since she started submitting in 2017. Heather uses a more unusual medium, crafting her pictures from textiles, particularly using Harris Tweed. I have a background working as a midwife…… Continue reading Heather Raeburn

Brian Large

M V Maid of Cumbrae, by Brian Large

Today’s artist is Brian Large, who has been a regular contributor to the Christian Aid Clarkston Art Show over many years. Brian has won Most Popular Painting Prize (2005), Artists’ Prize (2006) and the J D Henderson Trophy (2018). Our Awards and Prizes page provides more information about these prizes. Tarbert Castle, by Brian LargeM…… Continue reading Brian Large