Work on Display

Fine Art

Work on display: Fine Art

Jamila Aubad

My blood stems from Mauritius and England, identity and the merging of cultures are important to me. This series...

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Francesca Baldesarra

I did the therapy; I did the medication and of course, the self-loathing days where I realised I was never going to...

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Lucy Buchanan

My love of the warmth and imperfection found within the British Stop motion animations of the 1960s and 70s such as...

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Elise Bell

The Grandmothers of Methil

DJCAD, Perth Road, Dundee

May 20th – 28th, Doors 10 am

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Kenneth Bambury

In this ever increasing world of cash driven goals we seem to have lost our connection and respect for nature and...

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Susie Buchan

Using unconventional art materials such as cardboard and tin foil I’ve created a DIY spaceship that will take...

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Alice Campbell

Drawing on my Scottish, Irish and Caribbean heritage, the work I create depicts surreal, other-worldly and playful...

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Catherine Bunney

Through an amplified soundscape, this work looks at elements of echoes, repetition, discord and harmony, as an...

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Emma Carr

Emma's work responds to and ridicules relationships in modern society. She explored the idea of brutal honesty,...

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Chantelle Collesso

Through studying meditation I use the ancient method of line making and the use of symbols to capture what I see...

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Douglas Cook

My recent work has been based on cultural areas that I discovered as I was researching for my show and are found in...

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Jennifer Cooper

I have a love for buildings, places and the juxtaposition between the concrete structures and the fragility of the...

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Amy Crawford

After running art workshops for adults with dementia I realised that as a society we have a habit of closing our...

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Lauren Dailly

White is not a lack of colour; it is all colour. It is emptiness, but also a space for limitless potential. White...

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Mhari Davidson

Historically portraiture has been an exploration of a person’s hierarchical status within the world. I use...

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Abbie Dobson

“Family photos create a link with the past and the future and eventually, they provide the one and only link...

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Cassia Dodman

Elevating and juxtaposing quotidian objects, my work assembles as active sculptures that move, quiver, permeate,...

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Monica Dritschel

The aim of my work is to skew the role of food. I transform its function from an essential substance ingested to...

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Kristen Dye

Crossing bridges between music and art, this work looks at a rare feature of vinyl records; phrases scratched into...

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Amber Edmond

My art has always been influenced by the relationship between us and nature. It is easy to think of ourselves as...

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Kirsty Erskine

For my final year my practice explores photography and digital editing as a main form of work whilst looking into...

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Rebecca Etchels

BREAD TOAST BREAST TOES Rebecca’s practice focuses on our everyday interactions and the relationship we have with...

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Georgia Flowers

As a contemporary exploration of the self, my work delves into body dysmorphia by examining makeup and the...

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Frankie Flynn

My work is both a critique and celebration of internet culture; as technology develops, digital life is becoming an...

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Katherine Forbes

My practice demonstrates organic nature in its entirety; constant change; flux of rules and the decay of...

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Lauren Gardiner

Through engaging in spiritual practice, my art focuses on the creation of works that aim to subdue the conscious...

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Nicole Gault

How sexuality, gender and the institution of religion affects and shapes society, with particular emphasis on the...

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Zoe Gibson

I want to invite you into an alternate world full of stories, colour, magic and dark humour. Hopefully, you will...

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Leanne Glass

Leanne’s work represents the cyclical nature of the universe and life within it. Focusing on the gradual –...

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Gareth William Graham

WE DO NOT WANT YOUR FUTURE

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Luke Greer

Luke Greer is an interdisciplinary artist working primarily through the mediums of print, publication and...

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Daphne Groves

The material goods we collect, use and abandon can speak of desire, hope and loss. If we step outside of our...

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Joanne Hall

A series of explorations along the coast of Fife led me to discover a variety of fossil fragments from the...

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Kathryn Hannah

Sacred architecture is unlike any other – rather than being designed for practicality, religious architecture...

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Katie Harris-MacLeod

INSTRUCTIONS: Stand under the sky. Eyes open. Undistracted. Before a barren ridge or in the...

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Duncan Herd

Daily transactions of contemporary life are simulated to allow for a refreshed experience of the everyday,...

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Laura Hearne

Mother Nature is a powerful goddess who demands respect. The repetitive and ever increasing severity of damage we...

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Cat Hills

As a child, my fears and feelings materialised into monsters of a purely imaginative nature. I drew creatures with...

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Clare Hutchison

Through a series of unaltered photographic portraits, I strive to convey a loss of identity through stripping away...

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Rhona Jack

My artistic practice examines individual labour, taking an idea and working it through, from start to finish, by...

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Skye Jefferson

My personal exposure to being brought up around dance music, raves and festivals and the relationship between art...

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Aslan Jeffrey

As an artist would class myself as a Surreal-realist, trying to craft what appears to be the impossible, out of the...

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Ross Jordan

My work explores ideas of sensuality, aiming to evoke seduction within my work. I use photography to capture...

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Kane Mclay

A state of unknown

In constant search for balance

Alone with the figure

On the knives...

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Alison Kay

I create installations that relate to my experience of being a woman. Domestic sculptures, photographs and...

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Ulrika Kjeldsen

My work focuses on oppression within Scotland; how people, land and resources have been abused through history by...

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Yiannis Koromias

Art to me is, was and always will be anthropocentric in all its aspects. Hence, my major source of inspiration has...

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Ursula Jayne Liewald

Throughout centuries animals have evolved to allow themselves to reproduce and grow more efficiently and this is...

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Jennifer Lightbody

What is the interplay between art and life and what happens when the boundaries between the two blur? What would it...

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Lucy McCallum

Russolo created the Intonarumori between 1910 and 1930 in order to demonstrate the statements outlined in his Art...

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Emma McDade

Exploration of human condition and expression has been the main focus of my practice this year. Altering the...

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Stephanie May McGowan

Through a process of drawing, printmaking and sculpture Stephanie’s work challenges medieval ideologies of...

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Drew Mackie

I am a multidisciplinary artist who explores a variety of materials and mediums in the effort to achieve aesthetic...

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Kaylee Malcolm

Combining performance and photography, I juxtapose lucid imagery with Surrealist ideology and offer the viewer a...

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Magda Michalak

My practice explores the idea of space and interactivity. I am interested in the idea of loss of control and...

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Anna Mickevica

I consider braveness and expression to be very important aspects of painting, as they give an opportunity to be...

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Kirsten Millar

There are many ways in which the environment can be experienced though most tend to interpret these visually rather...

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Ross Miller

The work is an extension of myself. But something more has to have gone into it. There's that bit of artistic...

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Shannon Murray

My practice consists of communicating and collaborating with the public. For Degree Show, I presented work...

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Sara Morrison

I have gone and done every (most) types of painted art. The landscapes are all imaginary and the still-lifes are...

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Leigh O'Hare

Psychology is a recurring subject throughout my work. Within this project, I explore words which are integrated...

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Angela Peat

My work is an open-ended, playful exploration of imagery through collage in response to the human condition.

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Filippa Pirrip

With a basis in a practice revolving around the experience of being a mortal creature, I have created a...

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Jane Pollock

Through an immersive and surreal installation, I create a disconnect between my work and the surrounding...

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Rachael Robertson

I feel a strong connection to the natural landscape and many of my concerns are related to current environmental...

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Lorna Sinclair

My artwork evolves from a desire to divert viewers away from their own reality, engaging them in a new reality - a...

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Chloe Frances Stones

I believe that there is a thin veil between this reality and other realms and beings, and to access it we need only...

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Vee Somerville

I explore the human condition in regards to our natural curiosity and its contribution to mankind’s learning. I...

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Corrie Thomson

My practice revolves around the suggestive nature of the sculptural object. Unrealistic and dream-like scenarios...

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Sylvia Tarvet

My artwork stems from my love of music, painting, psychology and sculpture. Bound, as we are, by universal...

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Alice Wadkin

My practice is primarily led by research into a specific site or community. I consider the face-to-face encounter...

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Emily Watson

As an artist portraiture offers a unique opportunity to explore both personal connections and more abstract...

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Lauren Walsh

The processes we experience during our lives are particularly influential to my work; reproduction, bonding and...

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Calum Wallis

My artistic practice is fed by a love of nature, a love of the drawn line and a love of peaceful and patient...

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Gayle Watson

The work is inspired by energy consumption, specifically the usage of fossil fuels. Exploring themes of guilt,...

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Freya Whitaker

I encourage you to look at our world differently, I ask you to ask if there is a possibility that there is another...

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Stephen Winstanley

I'm more of a stubborn bastard than an artist.

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Maya Wotherspoon

My work explores the lives of my grandparents; past and present by looking at how they live in contrast to my own...

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Sophie Wotherspoon

My work is directly influenced by my love for the natural world and the relationship that humans have with it. I am...

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James Wylie

“In the event of nuclear attack during degree show, seek immediate shelter and do not leave for fourteen days."...

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Daria Zadarnowska

My practice aims to represent my spiritual journey to God and His mysterious presence in my life. As a Christian,...

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