Fiona Millar Artist
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.