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1 Victoria Grove, Second Avenue
Brighton & Hove, England, BN3 2LJ
United Kingdom

01273 727234

Cameron Contemporary Art is dedicated to showing a changing programme of high quality established and exciting up and coming British artists.

Claire Beattie

Claire Beattie


"I like to make drawings and paintings, at times decorative in nature, and which feature repetitive motifs, that record my responses to the landscape that I encounter around my home in the Scottish Borders."

"The compositions that emerge, although not strictly topographical, are based on and abstracted from photographs, sketches, actual experiences and memories of the roadsides, hillsides, moorlands and woods of my environment."

"I want to create a sense of the fleeting moment, of a place glimpsed or remembered."

"My working process involves building up surfaces and layers of drawn and painted lines and then repeatedly stripping them back and obscuring them. In this way a complicated tracery of line and shape emerges to create a rich and visually interesting surface. Abstract elements such as the spaces between features in the landscape, be it fence-posts or the spaces between tree trunks and branches and large bands of solid colour create tension within the composition"


  • Edinburgh College of Art — University of Edinburgh


  • 2012 Visual Artist Award from Creative Arts and Business and Scottish Borders Council

  • 2009 The Aspect Prize, Paisley Art Institute, Paisley

  • 1997 Helen A Rose Bequest for distinguished work, Edinburgh College of Art


  • 2018 UMBRA, a solo show at Cameron Contemporary Art

  • 2016 STILL at Dundas Street Gallery Edinburgh with Cameron Contemporary Art

  • 2015 REVERIE with Cameron Contemporary at Chelsea Arts Club, London and at Cameron Contemporary Art Gallery

  • 2013 ARBOR with Cameron Contemporary in London and Brighton


  • 2017 All Square at CCA, Brighton and Hove

  • 2017 Festival at CCA

  • 2017 Affordable Art Fair, Bristol with CCA

  • 2016 Affordable Art Fair, Battersea with CCA

  • 2016 Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead with CCA

  • 2015 Affordable Art Fair, Bristol with CCA

  • 2015 Affordable Art Fair, Battersea with CCA

  • 2014 Landscapes, 3 Person Show with CCA, Brighton and Hove

  • 2014 ‘Border Artists’, Art Amatoria, Duns Castle (May)

  • 2013 ‘The Scottish Show’, Albany Gallery, Cardiff (Oct)

  • 2013 Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead Heath with CCA (June)

  • 2013 Affordable Art Fair, Bristol with CCA (April)

  • 2013 Affordable Art Fair, Battersea with CCA (March)

  • 2013 Crossing Borders at the Coldstream Gallery (March and April)

  • 2013 The New Chelsea Art Fair, with CCA

  • 2012 London and Edinburgh Autumn Art Fairs with CCA

  • 2012 New Paintings, Junction Art Gallery, Woodstock (Sept/Oct/Nov)

  • 2012 Crossing Borders, Coldstream Gallery, Coldstream

  • 2012 Chelsea Art Fair with CCA

  • 2012 115th Annual Exhibition, Society of Scottish Artists, Edinburgh

  • 2011 The Christmas Show, CCA, Brighton

  • 2011 The Winter Show, Walker Galleries, Harrogate

  • 2011 The Edinburgh Art Fair with CCA, Corn Exchange, Edinburgh

  • 2011 RSA Annual Open Exhibition, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh

  • 2011 ‘Fixed Dimensions’ at Amber Arts, Edinburgh

  • 2011 ‘Eight Border Artists’, Art Amatoria at Duns Castle

  • 2011 London Affordable Art Fair with CCA, Battersea

  • 2010 RGI Annual Christmas Postcard Exhibition, Kelly Gallery, Glasgow

  • 2010 149th Annual Exhibition, Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts

  • 2010 RSA Annual Open Exhibition, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh

  • 2010 Aberdeen Artists' Society Annual Exhibition, Aberdeen

  • 2009 Paisley Art Institute, Paisley

  • 2009 RSA Spring Open, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh