Do you remember Ainslie Henderson from the first series of Fame Academy? He was the slightly intense, jumpy Scottish singer songwriter who was tipped the win the contest but ended up finishing 4th. He went on to enjoy a mildy successful music career throughout his twenties before deciding that the life of a pop star was not for him. He then studied animation at Edinburgh College of Art and has
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I have a great fear of and fascination for deep dark woods and these brilliantly brooding paintings by Fife artist Nerine Tassie capture that allure. Her bleak, unpeopled seascapes are equally appealing. Tassie, who is a graduate of Edinburgh College of Art, says her work is inspired by natural spaces and in particular, the impact of time and changing light within these spaces. Despite, or perhaps because of their small
Here are some examples of the hugely appealing, unfussy work of London based illustrator Sally Pring. A graduate of Edinburgh College of Art, Sally has taken on many editorial and advertising commissions for clients such as Time Out, Scottish Arts Council, Nokia and The Guardian. You can buy Sally’s work from her website with signed silk screen prints starting at £120 unframed and £190 framed and digital prints starting at