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Michael Clark RSW

Michael Clark

When he graduated in1983, a love of film led to Michael working for the BBC in Glasgow. Moving to London in 1989 he worked as a freelance art director, gradually spending more and more time painting. Ten years later with a need for space to accommodate three children and a busy studio he returned to Scotland where he now paints full-time from his studio in Ayrshire. 

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2018 John Davies Gallery, Moreton-in-Marsh, ‘France and Italy’, 
2017 Thompson’s, ‘A Sense of Place’  
2016 Doubtfire Gallery,’A Tale of 2 Cities’
2015 Thompson’s Marylebone, London, ‘Beaucoup d’Amour’
2015 Doubtfire Gallery, Edinburgh, ‘Café Society’
2015 Lemond Gallery, Glasgow ‘Collection’
2014 Lime Tree Gallery, Long Melford, Suffolk, ‘A Painter’s Palette’
2014 Lemond Gallery, Glasgow, ‘Joie de Vivre’
2013 Roger Billcliffe Gallery, Glasgow
2013 Doubtfire Gallery, Edinburgh, ‘Menage’
2012 Doubtfire Gallery, Edinburgh, ‘Quintessentially French’
2011 Bath Contemporary, ‘L’Alliance’
2011 Lime Tree Gallery, Bristol 
2011 Thompson's Marylebone, London, ‘Entente Cordiale’
2010 RGI Kelly Gallery, Glasgow, ‘A Very French Affair’
2009 Bianco Nero Gallery, Stokesley
2002 Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh                       
1996 and 1998 Sally Hunter Fine Art, London
Awards
 
2017 Ruthven Gallery Award at the Annual Exhibition of the RSW
2015 Artist Surfaces Award at the Paisley Art Institute Annual Exhibition
2011 The Jamieson Award at The Scottish Drawing Competition
2010 Winsor and Newton Award at the Annual Exhibition of the RSW
2008 and 2007 The Wren Gallery Award for Still Life Painting at the Paisley Art Institute Annual Exhibition
2007 Art Hire Prize, Scottish Drawing Competition hosted by Paisley Art Institute
2007 Selected for Sunday Times/Singer Friedlander Watercolour Prize
2005 Art Hire Prize, Paisley Art Institute Annual Exhibition
2003 Runner up 2003 Aspect (Kennox) Painting Prize
 
Collections
Royal Bank of Scotland
The Maclaurin Trust Collection 
First State Investments
 

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2018 John Davies Gallery, Moreton-in-Marsh, ‘France and Italy’, 

2017 Thompson’s, ‘A Sense of Place

2016 Doubtfire Gallery,’A Tale of 2 Cities’

2015 Thompson’s Marylebone, London, ‘Beaucoup d’Amour’

2015 Doubtfire Gallery, Edinburgh, ‘Café Society’

2015 Lemond Gallery, Glasgow ‘Collection’

2014 Lime Tree Gallery, Long Melford, Suffolk, ‘A Painter’s Palette’

2014 Lemond Gallery, Glasgow, ‘Joie de Vivre’

2013 Roger Billcliffe Gallery, Glasgow

2013 Doubtfire Gallery, Edinburgh, ‘Menage’

2012 Doubtfire Gallery, Edinburgh, ‘Quintessentially French’

2011 Bath Contemporary, ‘L’Alliance’

2011 Lime Tree Gallery, Bristol 

2011 Thompson's Marylebone, London, ‘Entente Cordiale’

2010 RGI Kelly Gallery, Glasgow, ‘A Very French Affair’

2009 Bianco Nero Gallery, Stokesley

2002 Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh                       

1996 and 1998 Sally Hunter Fine Art, London

 

Awards

 

2017 Ruthven Gallery Award at the Annual Exhibition of the RSW

2015 Artist Surfaces Award at the Paisley Art Institute Annual Exhibition

2011 The Jamieson Award at The Scottish Drawing Competition

2010 Winsor and Newton Award at the Annual Exhibition of the RSW

2008 and 2007 The Wren Gallery Award for Still Life Painting at the Paisley Art Institute Annual Exhibition

2007 Art Hire Prize, Scottish Drawing Competition hosted by Paisley Art Institute

2007 Selected for Sunday Times/Singer Friedlander Watercolour Prize

2005 Art Hire Prize, Paisley Art Institute Annual Exhibition

2003 Runner up 2003 Aspect (Kennox) Painting Prize

 

Collections

Royal Bank of Scotland

The Maclaurin Trust Collection 

First State Investments

 

 

 




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