Fiona Millar began painting in 2000. She works mostly in acrylic, on canvas and board; occasionally creating texture with collage and gold leaf.
Her landscapes are influenced by the coastlines and rolling hills of Galloway, where she spent a lot of her childhood.
Fiona says: "Whilst my still life paintings often feature elements of my own home and family collections. I don't paint from life, but from accumulated memories and ideas formed over the years. A great deal of my inspiration comes from various artists including the Scottish Colourists and the Glasgow Boys & Girls; along with the art deco, art nouveau and arts and craft movements. "
Regular exhibitions take place throughout the UK, including The Old Courthouse Gallery and Tolquhoun Gallery.
Please go to Fiona Millar's shop here or return to the full list of gallery artists here.