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November Exhibition 4 to 27 November 2017

Lesley Banks BA (Hons) Judith I Bridgland MA (Hons) and Marion J Drummond


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Judith I Bridgland MA (Hons)

Judith I Bridgland MA (Hons)

Judith was born in Australia, and came to live in Glasgow and studied at Glasgow University.

Judith’s bold brushwork gives an exciting texture to her vibrantly joyful landscapes. Judith creates movement and a sense of abstraction in her paintings.

Exhibitions in the UK and abroad have led to sell-out shows.

Judith has won many awards and her paintings are in Public and Private Collections.   

Clouds and Wet Sand, Whitby

Turquoise Evening Sea

Bluebells in Woodland

Farm and Red Autumn Fields, Fife

Blue Summer Sky with Pink Rhododendrons

Red Poppies at Preston Mill

Fence and Grasses, Argyll

Red Rhododendrons

Windblown Poppies, North Berwick

Roadside Dog Roses

Sheep in Fields, Lake District

Rest and Be Thankful

Yellow Moorland, The Campsies

White Cloud, Aberdeenshire


Lesley Banks

Lesley Banks BA (Hons)

Lesley graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 1984. In 1999 she was artist in residence at Edinburgh Zoo.

Lesley has exhibited continually since leaving College and has gained many awards.

Her painting is largely figurative employing strong colour. Her imaginative use of colour and tone create dramatic

paintings full of intrigue. Lesley is at present artist in residence at Scottish Canals.

Works by Lesley Banks are in Public and Private Collections

Fort Augustus

Lagan Locks

Red Roof Reflections, Crinan

Winter Morning, Crinan


Footsteps in the Snow

The Day they Drained the Canal at Linlithgow

Bridge on the Way to Ratho


Loch Lochy

Evening Mist, Ardrishaig

Marion J Drummond

Marion J Drummond

Largely self-taught, Marion attended life classes under the tutelage of Christine Ironside, Ann Johnston and Drummond Mayo.

“My greatest influences in painting are varied from Rubens to Jenny Saville, and I am very much inspired by all great drawing and painting”.

Marion works with her fingers and rags, no brushes, which gives her paintings a unique quality.

Her subject matter is studied number of petals, changes in the landscape and the position of her model.

Light is very important to Marion to evoke a mood and presence in her subject.

Marion Drummond exhibits in the UK and has sold abroad. 

White Peonies and Tulips

Abigail's Roses Day 3

Abigail's Roses Day 9

Potting On

Silver Tea for Two



The Coffee Pot


Marion J Drummond



Another Side of Kirsty


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