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Catriona MacEachen - Professional freelance artist specialising in Scottish Land and Seascapes

Harris Beach II - Acrylic - 80cm x 40cm
Light Fades Over Goat Fell - Acrylic - 30ins x 12ins
Elie Sunset - Acrylic - 100cm x 100cm
Golden Sunset - Acrylic - 100cm x 100cm
As Night Falls, Edinburgh - Acrylic - 30ins x 40ins

Biography

Catriona MacEachen

Catriona Macdonald MacEachen lives in Fife and works as a freelance artist specialising in Scottish land and seascapes.

Art has been her passion for as long as she can remember and although mainly self-taught, she excelled in Art at school and went on to specialise in Art while undertaking an Education degree in Glasgow. She feels that because of the true freedom of expression she has experienced as a self-taught artist, she has been able to develop her own unique style which is a clear personal reflection of how she perceives the beauty of the world around her and her place in it.

Catriona's work is influenced primarily by her love of nature. The intense colours, perpetually changing light, perfect forms and dramatic land and seascapes of the natural world of her homeland are a constant source of fascination and inspiration.

Catriona exhibits widely in galleries throughout Scotland and her artwork is growing increasingly popular. She has many pieces in private collections both in the UK and abroad.

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Medium

  • Acrylic

Location

  • Fife

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Artwork Sales

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Recent Exhibitions

Exhibited recently at St. Clair Gallery, Kirkcaldy.
Exhibited at Heron Gallery, Pittenweem during the Pittenweem Arts Festival (6th - 14th August 2011).
Currently exhibiting recent work at Heron Gallery, Pittenweem. Exhibiting at Pitlochry Festival Theatre in November 2011.

Other Information

The weekend of 24th April this year marked the very first Glasgow Contemporary Art Fair, and Catriona was delighted to be asked to create a painting for this event.

She was specially commissioned by the Herald in conjunction with Glasgow Contemporary Art Fair and Enid Hutt Gallery to produce a painting to be awarded as a competition prize. Catriona presented the painting which was of a twilight view of Glasgow University and worth £1000 to the lucky winner Mr. David Graham at the Friday preview evening.

Mr. Graham from Cumbernauld said, "I'm delighted to have won Catriona's wonderful painting of Glasgow University. My wife and I met there, so it's always been a special place for us... It was great to meet Catriona in person at the Glasgow Contemporary Art Fair and get the chance to tell her how much I love the painting."

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