MILTON OF CAMPSIE                                                                                               MOC Art Club Logo

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Check out some examples of our work below. Just click on an image and an enlarged version will appear on the next screen. Use your browser back button to return to this page. Please be aware that the copyright for these images belongs to the club members who created the original paintings. The images must not be used for any purpose unless by the express permission of the artist(s) concerned, which you can enquire about via the "Contact Us" page. Some club members are happy to accept commissions. If you are interested in this, please contact the secretary in the first instance (see "Contact Us" page). 

Carla
Faulkner
Stocks Quiet place snow on Drumochter
GlascarnochCarla - Tiny TurtlesExotic Fish
StocksA  Quiet PlaceSnow on Drumochter Pass
Glascarnoch Reservoir
Turtles Tiny TravellerWeird Fish

John Hinton
What makes us tick Puffins Faroe Islands Fishing Village Heimaey Cliff Faces
North of Oban Looking WestElephants
What Makes Us TickPuffin Parade
Faroe Islands Fishing Village
Heimaey Cliff Faces 1
North of Oban Looking WestThey Love Each Other
Elke Hinton
Sunflowers
Fingals Cave
Golden Glow
Sunset
Rose in GlassLemon
Sunflowers

Fingal's CaveGolden Glow, OrkneysMidnight Sun over the BalticRoses in a GlassWaiting for the Cut
Cheryl GilbertPainting of German Shepherd dogSt BernardTigerLeopardWhy so serious?Man's Best Friend
German Shepherd

St BernardTiger, TigerLeopardWhy So Serious?Man's Best Friend
Anne Stevensonpink flowersLittle poppiesPicturesqueThe BluetitTurtleHeilan Hame
Pink Flowers in a Basket

Little PoppiesPicturesqueThe BluetitDon't I Look AmazingGranny's Heilan' Hame
Winnie KleintgesPainting of Woodpeckersbutterflywaterlilies
Woodpeckers

My First ButterflyWaterlilies
George SmithHot ChocolateThe Ploughing Match
Great Wallelgol jettyLindisfarne CastleOld Man of Storr
My Hot Chocolate

The Ploughing MatchSunrise, The Great WallElgol Jetty, SkyeLindisfarne CastleOld Man of Storr
Diane NeelyFrosty morning
Misty blues
Stormy seas
Abstract Flowers
Seashore
White Houses
Frosty MorningMisty BluesStormy SeasAbstract FlowersThe SeashoreWhite Houses
Lucas ForrestKirkie XDordogneMaltaPoppiesKirkintillochStill Life
Kirkintilloch CrossLa DordogneOld MaltaPoppiesKirkintillochStill Life
Etta DunbarAnstruther
Bamburgh Castle
OspreyPittenweemWindermere
Cellardyke
AnstrutherBamburgh CastleAmerican Bald EaglePittenweemLake WindermereCellardyke
Geoff FoordAlpha, Passing RumBessie Ellen Heading SouthGlencoe in AutumnLoading at Low WaterPurple TulipClyde Puffer
Alpha, Passing RumBessie Ellen, Heading SouthGlencoe in AutumnLoading at Low WaterPurple Parrot TulipStarlight, Clyde Puffer
Gillian C  LindsayScarinish HarbourTiree Beach WalkLoch LomondBardowie LochLoch Lomond Too
Scarinish HarbourTiree Beach WalkLoch LomondBardowie LochLoch Lomond Too
John G LindsayAutumn SunsetKilchurn CastleRannoch Moor
Autumn SunsetKilchurn CastleRannoch Moor


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IN MEMORIAM

JOHN G LINDSAY

John Lindsay   








[May 2019] Club members were much saddened by the passing of former club chairman, John G Lindsay, after a lengthy illness. When
his predecessor Mike Brooks had to retire at short notice, John willingly and capably stepped forward to shoulder the task. He was well liked in the club for his friendliness and calm demeanour, a steadying influence. A dedicated chairman, he was very active in club matters and a constant attendee at the weekly meetings. John showed considerable artistic ability and individuality, exhibiting his paintings regularly. All who knew him will miss him greatly. Here are two fine examples of his work (click for larger versions).
        
                                        Rannoch Moor      Rannoch Moor                                          Autumn Sunset        Autumn Sunset


VIVIAN DURHAM


Vivian Durham

               







[2017] It is with great sadness we report that Vivian Durham, a long time member and supporter of the Milton of Campsie Art Club, passed away earlier this year after a brave fight with cancer. She was an artist of considerable talent who won many prizes and accolades for her work exhibited around East Dunbartonshire.  She will be much missed at the club for her cheerful nature and irrepressible sense of humour. Here are 2 of her most recent paintings - just click on them to see the bigger versions:

Vivian Squirrel        Squirrel                                   Vivian BananasYes We Have No Bananas

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