Harbour Channel, Aberdeen
By Frances Walker

Subject Matter
Landscape - Urban and Architectural
Reg. Number
80 x 60 cm

The artist finds inspiration in the nature of the Scottish wilderness and aims to convey that wildness through her art. Inspiration also comes from the people of these untamed lands and their impact on the natural surroundings.

Frances Walker was born in Kirkcaldy in 1930 and trained at the Edinburgh College of Art. She now lives in Aberdeen and on Tiree, where she lives in one of the few remaining thatched cottages. Many of her drawings and studies are made in Tiree, with larger paintings and prints being produced in Aberdeen. Having painted many of the wildest parts of Scotland, Walker's works not only evoke this wildness but also bears witness to the people who have lived in Scotland and shaped the land with their labour.

Frances is a member of the Royal Scottish Academy, the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolours, the Society of Scottish Artists, and the Aberdeen Artists Society and her works are included in public and private collections in the UK and abroad.

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