Category Archives: Argyll Artists

I have had a long gap since my last portrait session, largely due to work pressures and the hassles of having a tiny girl around at the learning to walk stage. It was a great pleasure therefore this weekend to meet with Argyll artist Margaret Ker for a proper, no distraction portrait session. Margaret and…

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This is wood turner and wood artist Richard Kennedy. I met Richard yesterday and had a pleasant afternoon learning about his passion for his craft. Richard was great company and I could have chatted with him about tools, wood and photography for ages. Richard takes his own product photographs using my old friend, the Canon…

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This wonderful looking woman is local sculptor Melanie Chmielewska. Melanie loves the water and is in fact an open-water swimmer as well as an artist. This was taken at one of her favourite spots by Loch Fyne and I chose this as my first picture of her as she tells me she loves pools in the…

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  • hank

    Very natural shoot. Loks good. I prefer the colour to the black monochrome. Well done

It has been an incredibly busy week at work for me, so the hour and a half grabbed on Tuesday evening to photograph Caroline was particularly welcome! Caroline is a painter, mainly specialising in powerfully vibrant and textured landscapes. Caroline’s approach to colour particularly appeals to me, with splashes of impressionist colours appearing for emphasis throughout her…

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  • Anne

    These are lovely, as usual, Matthew. My favourites are the black and white ones – very arty. The last one is stunning – Caroline’s eyes are mesmerising.

Last night I visited Lucinda Hopkinson, glass-artist, to do some portraits. Unfortunately by the time we had stopped chatting and catching up, the sun had become very low. (This was mainly because Lucinda stays in the Kilmichael Glen in Argyll and the hilly west sides of the glen start to cast their shadows early). We…

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  • Great pictures of a lovely lady, she is everything you say, I enjoyed the profile.