The Contemporary Fine Art Gallery Eton: Artist Biography - Ethel Walker

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Ethel Walker

Represented since 1993

1941 Born Ayrshire, Scotland 1959-1964 Glasgow School of Art

Solo exhibitions

1970-1979

  • Great King Street Gallery, Edinburgh
  • Lille Art Gallery, Milngavie
  • Scottish Gallery of Textiles, Galashiels
  • Torrance Gallery, Eden Court Theatre, Inverness
  • Kesburgh Crafts, Edinburgh

1980-1989

  • Broughton arkshire, Pitlochry Festival Theatre Gladstones Edinburgh Torrance Gallery, Edinburgh
  • The Gatehouse Gallery, Glasgow,

1990-1993

  • Macauley Gallery, Stenton
  • Rowan Tolquhon Gallery, Aberdeenshire
  • Ancrum Gallery, Jedburgh
  • The Gatehouse Gallery, Glasgow
  • Flying Colours, Edinburgh

1994-1995

  • The Gatehouse Gallery, Glasgow
  • The Thackeray Gallery, London
  • The Contemporary Fine Art Gallery, Eton (2 person show)

1996

  • The Gatehouse Gallery, Glasgow
  • Macaulay Gallery, Stenton

1997

  • The Thackeray Gallery
  • The Contemporary Fine Art Gallery, Eton

2000 & 2002

  • Contemporary Fine Art Gallery, Eton

Selected group exhibitions

  • St. Andrews Fine Art The Fine Art Society, Edinburgh
  • The Chessel Group
  • Kingfisher Gallery Eton
  • Contemporary Fine Arts City Art Centre, Edinburgh
  • Patricia Wells Gallery, Bath
  • Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh
  • The Thackeray Gallery, London
  • Richard Hagen Fine Paintings, Worcestershire
  • Flying Colours in London With Gallery representatives at 20th Century British Art Fairs
  • The Royal College of Art, Olympia, Chelsea, Islington.
  • The Glasgow Art Fair
  • Scottish Art
  • Edinburgh Festival
  • Macaulay Gallery
  • The Scottish Gallery

Awards

  • Anne Redpath Award, Scottish Society of Women Artists
  • Glasgow Herald Painting Competition
  • R.G.I. 1995 Alva Computers Purchase Prize
  • SAAC Exhibits with Royal Society of Painters in watercolour
  • Royal Scottish Academy
  • Royal Glasgow Institute
  • Scottish Society of Artists and Artist Craftsmen.
  • 1995 The Whyte & Mackay Group Award at the SAAC.
  • The Scottish Provident Award from The SAAC Exhibition.
  • 1998 Most Well Received Work at The SAAC.

Collections

  • Argyllshire County Collection Royal Bank Scotland
  • Bank of Scotland
  • Lillie Art Gallery
  • Trustee Savings Bank Bristol
  • City of Edinburgh Art Collection
  • Heriot Watt University
  • Sara Lee Holdings.
  • Many private and corporate collections throughout the UK, Europe, USA, Hong Kong and Australasia.

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