This suggestively painted fabric is by Scottish painter, Alison Watt.
Alison Watt was born in Greenock in 1965 and studied at Glasgow School of Art. Her work first came to public attention in 1987 when she won the National Portrait Gallery’s coveted annual award and in the late 1980s and early 90s she became well known for her paintings of figures, often female nudes.
Gesso panel created for the Salon de Luxe, at Miss Cranston’s Willow Tea Rooms. Now on display in the Kelvingrove Museum in Glasgow
by Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh
the work of Robert Montgomery, a Scottish artist who uses poems and other texts to create light signs, billboards and ‘fire poems’ presented in public spaces.
by Scott Naismith.
So close to buying some of his art, I think I will. Have my eye on one in particular. He is an amazing artist.