Members’ Artwork

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Members’ Artwork
Marian Antram

I began painting later in life when I gave up work. I joined the CACE (Carse Association of Continuing Education) art group and subsequently Dundee Art Society where I attend the life drawing group. I attempt to produce paintings that are somewhat enigmatic, usually involving figures in a landscape, and birds.

Linda Brownlee

I'm picking up my art career after a 38 year blip as a nurse and manager in the NHS! I'm having so much fun drawing the beautiful architecture in Dundee. I use collage to get me started and to set out my composition and my textile design training means I can't help applying little leaves to all of my drawings to draw the eye up to the skyline. Have a look at my website where you can buy digital images in various sizes direct from my site.

Ron Caird

My main interest is the Scottish landscape, but I also like to depict some Spanish aspects. Although I mainly prepare pictures for exhibiting at various art exhibitions, I am happy to accept commissions when requested.

Liz Dulley

Liz is an artist and art tutor.
Liz creates intriguing watercolour paintings exploring the versatility of water with colour and manipulating paint to create exciting surfaces.
Inspired by travel in Japan artworks sometimes include the addition of Japanese paper on the painting surface.
Liz also enjoys being outdoors exploring natural phenomenon.
Flower paintings are rich with splots and drops in contrast to
more detailed works, carried out in the studio.
Website –

Barbara Hunter

I try to reflect my love of the Scottish landscape in my paintings. The ever changing weather and colours of the year in the sky and in the scenery hold endless appeal for me.
I am originally from Edinburgh where I attended University. I now live in Perthshire. I enjoy drawing and painting in various media, but I particularly like to work in oils.

Elizabeth Drysdale Kay

‘Liz’ for many years was employed as a graphic artist in Scotland and Canada. Born and raised in Toronto, she took Commercial Art at secondary school. This was further enhanced by 3 years study at Toronto’s Central Tech. Here she had tutorage from notable Canadian artists such as Audrey Garwood and Doris McCarthy who was directly influenced by the Group of Seven. This has also stimulated Liz’s love of the great outdoors and reflects in current work. Her Facebook page is here

Jim Kelly

Jim's website here

Gill Low

I was sent to Grays school of Art aged nine- Saturday morning art classes . and have been drawing and painting ever since. I attained my degree in Fine Art in 1984.


Frances McDonnell

With art an ever expanding pleasure since giving up the ‘day job’, the subjects I most enjoy painting are portraiture and still life - always attempting to make these look painterly rather than photographic.

Johanne Phillips


Frank Steven

Frank worked in the art department of a large publishing company for almost forty years: graphic art,  design and studio photography for various newspapers, magazines, comics and novel covers.

Retired, Frank still likes to draw, paint and take photographs.

John Stoa

My interest in art began in childhood, encouraged by my father who bought me some watercolour paints. Kept painting as a pastime with watercolour, then pastels followed by oil paints. Later on I discovered acrylics. I became full time artist in 1992 selling my paintings, art prints, Christmas cards and running art classes and workshops and doing demonstrations all over Scotland.

I love snow scenes, figures and Scottish towns, villages and landscapes.

My wesbite is:

Carrie Varjavandi

Born in Airdrie, studied at Glasgow School of Art and Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, graduate in textile design, although more recently interested in developing painting skills, chiefly in acrylics. Worked in arts education, latterly in Xi'an, China. I live with my husband in Dundee.

Lockdown Gallery

See what our members got up to during the lockdown!