Niall Campbell Strachan

About the artist

Niall Campbell Strachan is a Scottish visual artist based in the village of Fortrose in the Highlands.
He DOES NOT paint Highland Cows, landscapes or castles.

Working intuitively and with an urgent sense of vigour , he explores his interior world with a joyful glee and
presents it to us to make sense of.
A huge animal lover, we see creatures of all shapes and forms, many plucked from his imagination, interact with
each other and with (generally) useless humans.

Strachan will be a part of some group shows across the UK in 2021 and is ready to connect with people in real life situations with art objects
on walls embracing them like a warm hug.

Artworks

Résumé

2019 Dec 22- Jan 30th 2020
Royal Scottish Academy,Edinburgh
SSA/VAS Annual Show

2019 July 4th – August 4th
Transmission Gallery Summer Show (Glasgow)

2018 Dec 23rd-Jan17th 2019
Royal ScottishAcademy,Edinburgh
Society of Scottish Artists annual show

2018- July 4th – 27th
Group show at University of Highlands and Islands Inverness Campus

2018 – Mar 2nd to March 25th
Queens Park Railway Club, Glasgow, Group Show curated by Ross Sinclair,
Artists who make music/Musicians who make art.
Group show at Queens Park Railway Club,Featuring Martin Creed,David Shrigley,
Bob and Roberta Smith.

2017- June 7th – 10th
Inverness Museum & Gallery//Lonely Arts Club Group Exhibition