The extravagantly talented Nerine Tassie is riding high following her win in the Sky Arts Landscape Landscape Artist of the Year and the former Head of Art at Dunfermline High School is now having her first solo show at Frames Gallery in Perth. Such is Tassie’s popularity, many of the ethereal forest- and seascapes in the show, which runs until 12 November, are already sold but there are still a
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Unless you’re buying for Alex Salmond, it’s too late to commission a full size portrait of your loved one for this Christmas but all of the artists and makers featured here offer commissions and vouchers for their work which would make an exciting start to 2016 for anyone lucky enough to receive one. Pictured above is a typically vivid piece by celebrated illustrator Jill Calder. Calder is based in Cellardyke
Look out for brilliant local artist Nerine Tassie in tonight’s episode of Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year. Nerine is Head of Art at Dunfermline High School and exhibits her brooding and mysterious tree- and seascapes throughout Scotland. You can find out more about Nerine’s work here and about the programme here. Tonight’s episode airs on Sky Arts at 8pm.
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