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|Alma mater||University of Guelph|
|Known for||Past Vice President of RSW Past President of Visual Arts Scotland|
|Notable work||Paintings “Dancer” and “Inner Sound”|
|Style||Watercolor painting Oil painting|
|Awards||The John Gray Award|
Alexander Graham Munro Award
Elizabeth T Greenshields Award x 2
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Alison Dunlop RSW is a contemporary realist painter, who lives and works in Scotland. Formerly, she was the vice president of Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour and President of Visual Arts Scotland. She co-founded and was a director of the Exhibiting Societies of Scottish Artists. She is best known for the watercolour paintings in her “Inner Sound” series and for her oil paintings including “Dancer” .
Early Life and Education
Born in Canada in 1958, Dunlop graduated in 1980 with an Honours B.A. from the University of Guelph, Canada, having spent an undergraduate year studying at L’Ecole des Beaux-Arts, and L'Universite de Franche-Comte, in Besancon, France. She undertook a year of post-graduate studies at Edinburgh College of Art in 1982-83.
In 1982-83, following the award of the first of two Scholarships from the Elizabeth T Greenshields Foundation, Montreal, Canada, Alison Dunlop moved to Scotland where she undertook postgraduate studies at Edinburgh College of Art, where she was later to become a founder member of its Alumni Association in 2004.
In 1989, she was elected as a Professional Member of the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour, serving twice as its Vice President. In 1995, Dunlop was elected as a Professional Member of the Society of Scottish Artists and Artist Craftsmen, and was later President of the Society in 1997-99, when it was re-named Visual Arts Scotland, and was accorded Honorary Membership in 2003.
She was the co-founder and a director of the Exhibiting Societies of Scottish Artists .
Since 2008, Dunlop has worked from a studio in the North-West Highlands, looking out to The Minch, which has had a profound influence on her work and has led to the creation of her “Inner Sound” series of watercolours. In 2016, she mounted a multi-venue exhibition in the Highlands, in conjunction with a conference being held at Sabhal Mor Ostaig on Skye, to celebrate the centenary of the American Abstract Expressionist painter, Jon Schueler, who also lived in, and whose work was influenced by, the North-West Highlands.
Dunlop's oils and watercolours are widely held in public and private collections.
- Printmaking Award, University of Guelph
- Elizabeth T. Greenshields Foundation (Montreal) Scholarship
- Alexander Graham Munro Award, RSW
- The John Gray Award, RSW
- The Kelty Art Centre and Derek Robertson Artists Residency Award, RSW
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