Morag Lloyds

Mixed Media in 3D

Morag has had a varied art background.

She trained in London in the 1970’s in display. Later after a move to the Medway Towns and a new life living on an old Thames Barge Morag started a fine art course at Chatham College in Kent with Jim Gunnel. After moving back up to Scotland in the early 80’s Morag started working freelance, returning to College to study Illustration Design and Fine Art.

Since then she has exhibited her work at the R.S.W  and the R.S.A.  She  has shown work with Flying Colours Gallery, Chelsea in New York and London and has exhibited widely around the UK.

This year she has a major show in Dartmouth and is also exhibiting in London, Dorset and Cambridge as well as Scotland in Edinburgh, Dunbar, Buchlyvie and several galleries west Coast of Scotland including Kirkcudbright.  Morag has her work published with Tartan 2CV and Natural Partners Art

Inspired by the many years sailing around the western Isles; the landscape, the stories of past generations and the wildlife, Morag started to experiment with working in 3d  with driftwood and wood offcuts and together with found items she has created her first collection of little harbours. Morag also works with vintage textiles creating one of a kind birds and she also makes jewellery from vintage and found /discarded pieces.

Morag will be showing all of the above work in a mini format at “in The Garden With Friends ”

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About inthegardenwithfriends

A mosaic artist located in Crieff
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2 Responses to Morag Lloyds

  1. Helen Nock says:

    Discovered your work via a plug by Katy Gailbraith. Beautiful.

    Like

  2. Morag Lloyds says:

    Thank you very much !!!! and Thank you for taking the time to say so too 🙂

    Like

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