Open Studios 10-11 July, 10am-5pm

Caroline Paterson & Hilary Jackson

Printmaking, Painting, papier-mache birds, Photography, Mixed Media


About the Artist

Enthusiastic amateur printer and photographer displaying their joint creative responses to nature.

Caroline Paterson is a an archaeologist who has always loved art, researching Viking art styles and artefacts. She loves to be out-of-doors exploring the natural world. For many years she has attended local art classes given by Greer Ralston, who has introduced her to various painting techniques. Since being inspired by a print exhibition held at the Stirling Smith Art Gallery over ten years ago she has been a member of the Fife (Dunfermline) Printmakers' Workshop. Collagraphs are her favourite print medium and she will happily demonstrate how she makes her plates. She will also be making papier-mache bird sculptures.

Hilary takes inspiration from nature to produce photographic images which are often a combination of various photographs manipulated in photoshop. She also produces cyanotype prints which each have a unique quality imbued with natural vegetation and sunlight. She is an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society awarded for her creative work.


Take the Powis House exit off the A91 (200m north of Manor Powis roundabout or 500m south of Logie Kirk roundabout). Turn past a white lodge and after 120m take 2nd left track into a courtyard with a doocot and park. Enter by white porch in corner.


Powbank House
Powis Loan

Contact Details

Tel: 01786 462567
Mob: 07739945329
Email: [email protected], [email protected]