An A-Z of painters and sculptors on the Isle of Harris. If you would like to be added to this list, contact email@example.com.
Andrew John Craig, Skoon Gallery
Andrew John Craig is the resident artist of the Skoon Gallery & you can view his latest work there all year round. He paints Hebridean landscapes & seascapes predominantly in oil.
Andrew John Craig
Isle of Harris HS3 3HB
Skoon Art Cafe
Born in 1949, Stephen Dilworth studied sculpture at Maidstone College of Art. He is represented by Pangolin Gallery in London. He lives and works on the Isle of Harris.
Steve Dilworth's website
Willie & Moira Fulton
The only five star Visit Scotland arts venue in the Hebrides, beautifully situated in the bay at Drinishader on the Golden road.
View work by Willie & Moira Fulton at:
Ardbuidhe Cottage Gallery
Isle of Harris HS3 3DX
01859 511 218 / 140
A graduate of Gray's School of Art who explores her Muslim heritage through abstract painting.
Nickolai Globe's high fired stoneware bowls and vessel forms become more geological and carry with them a deep reflection of the terrain of the Hebrides. Incorporating glass and raw minerals into his work, they literally embody the landscape.
The Mission House Gallery
I studied Illustration at DOJCA and qualified with a 2:1 in ‘93. After a 20 year break whilst I worked as a rep in the gift trade covering Scotland and having a family. I was lucky enough to get the opportunity to take up a Studio at Talla na Mara and moved to Harris with my family in November 2016.
Inspired by the Western Isles (mainly Uist and Benbecula) during family holidays my artwork is varied and influenced by nature, wildlife, pattern and detail.
I love working with the colour and detail of the images that I feel make the Western Isles such a unique and spectacular place to be.
I work mainly with pen and ink and watercolour with a departure to charcoal and pastel for looser pieces.
Joceline Hildrey Illustration
Talla na Mara
Isle of Harris
Mary Morrison is from the Isle of Harris, and her work is concerned with landscape, mapping and identity.
Where works have titles referring to specific locations, the intention is to draw on personal connections to these places in order to explore wider themes. Her intention is not to render the topography of a landscape but rather to explore in a more abstracted way the relationship between the individual and the landscape that has shaped them, something you carry with you – a ‘geography of the mind’.
She aims to combine a sense of place in her work with annotation – variously suggesting mapping, measuring and music. Grid references, staves and tide tables are recurring motifs, balanced against fluid paint effects. She is continually inspired by relationships between the written word and image, with paintings responding to works by Kenneth White, and the Sufi poet, Rumi for example.
Mary is based at WASPS Studios in Selkirk, and has exhibited across the UK and recently in the US.
Geoff Stear is an artist working primarily as a painter, making work in both oils as well as Digital Works.
These works are mainly abstract works with some landscape influence. Original works, Giclée prints and books are all available from the gallery on Scalpay.
Geoff Stear's website
Suzan Visser-Offereins: Harris Art Gallery
Suzan studied & lived in the Netherlands and painted many portraits of children, ambassadors & Dutch royalty. The Dutch King and Queen Beatrix have sat for her.
Living permanently in Harris, she is fascinated by Harris’ dramatic landscapes & Wildlife. All original paintings.
Isle of Harris HS3 3JA
Harris Art Gallery
Margarita Williams, Holmasaig Gallery
Margarita Williams (DA. GLAS) Gaelic speaking artist. Fine art in Watercolour, Mixed Media, Japanese Woodblock, prints, cards. Many originals all sizes, framed unframed, including invited artists work. One of two Scottish artists to be awarded the 2014 CR Mackintosh Association France residency in Collioure, Roussillon.
Isle of Harris
01859 530 401