Born at Roslin, near Edinburgh, she studied in Aberdeen at Gray's
School of Art, 1973-7.
Working mainly in metal, she uses farming tools, industrial
machinery and scrap.
She has exhibited regularly since the late 1970s, and is a
founder member of Aberdeen Community Arts Association, 1982, and
was Director of Upper Donside Community Trust and Strathfest,
Her commissions include, Musical Play Sculpture, for
Aberdeen City Council (1977), a Sundial in Steel and Granite,
Sheltered Housing Complex, Inverurie (1991), and the Govan
Her recent work includes sculpture for the Princess Royal
Trust Carers Centre, Aberdeen (1994), and Millie (1999),
which was modelled on her own horse and exhibited at the West of
England Art Fair, Bath, 1999.
In September 2001 she exhibited several animal sculptures in Glasgow's
Merchant Square, including four Lurchers, a Great Dane and an Iguana.
- Information from the artist;
- The Scotsman, 12 May, 1996;
- Information from Tracey McNee, Pivotal Art.
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