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George John Stewart - Watercolourist, illustrator and photographer from Argyll currently based in Ireland

Gannet and Ailsa Craig - Watercolour/Gouache on Handmade Paper
Herring Gull and Machrihanish Bay - Watercolour/Gouache on Handmade Paper
Jura from Ardifuir Road - Acrylic
Light in the West - Watercolour/Gouache
Pollensa Rooftops - Watercolour/Pencil

Biography

George John Stewart

From Lanarkshire, Scotland. Born 1953. Painting, drawing and illustration are my principal artistic passions, with watercolour and gouache my preferred media for painting, but I also work in acrylic and pastels when the occasion demands it.

I have created illustrations for books and magazines (and am currently working on some illustrations for book projects of my own), and been involved in a number of public artworks and projects. My wife Gill started The Oystercatcher Gallery in Campbeltown, Argyll in 1989 and until recently we sold many of our paintings there. Now living and working in Co. Wicklow, Ireland, we continue to be inspired by our beloved Argyll and our family and friends in Scotland as well as discovering new inflences across the Irish Sea.

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Location

  • Outside Scotland

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Recent Exhibitions

Putechan Lodge, Kintyre: Sep 2013-May 2014

'In The Footsteps of Columba': Jun 2013 - Sep 2013

Kilmory Castle: Apr 2013

Putechan Lodge, Kintyre: Jun 2012-Aug 2013

Craignish Arts Festival: 2012 and 2011

Achnamara, Argyll: Aug 2011

Kilmartin House 'Four Elements: Fire': Jun2011

The Oystercatcher Gallery, Campbeltown, Argyll: continuous exhibition 1989-2011

Dochas Gallery 'Light': Dec 2010

Fyne Art Annual Exhibition: Aug 2010

Other Information

www.georgejohnstewart.com

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