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BIOGRAPHY

Angus McEwan was born in Dundee in 1963. He studied at the Duncan Jordanstone College of Art from 1985-88. In 1995 he was elected a member of the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolours (RSW). From 1997 he has been a part-time lecturer at Dundee College. In 2000 he was a founding fellow of the Institute of Contemporary Scotland and a member of the Arts Committee.

 Over the years he has received a number of awards including the Latimer Award at the Royal Scottish Academy and the Alexander Graham Munro Award. He has won the Elizabeth Greenshields Award twice. In 2001 he was awarded the `Glasgow Art Club Prize` by the RSW entitling him to a one-man show in the Art`s club premises.

 Angus Mcewan  won 2nd prize in the 2007 Kaupthing Singer & Friedlander Group PLC and the Sunday Times Watercolour Competition.

 Solo Exhibitions:

1994 Gallery 41, Edinburgh `Country of the Mind`

1996 Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh

1997 Leith Gallery, Edinburgh

1997 Le Mur Vivant Fine Art, London

2000 Leith Gallery, Edinburgh

2001 Shire Pottery Gallery and Studio

 Recent Selected Group Exhibitions:

1996 The Courtyard Gallery, Crail

1997 Princeton International Art Exhibition, USA

1998 Scotfest, Manhattan, USA

1999 Ten Years On, The Alastair Salvesen Art Scholarship

McEwan, Docherty, Fiddes Watt – The Glasgow Gallery, Glasgow

2000 Courtyard Gallery, Crail

2001 Frames Gallery, Perth

 Collections include:

Dundee Art Galleries and Museums; Qatar Royal Family; R.S.A Collection; Ernst & Young, Glasgow; Scottish Enterprise; Scottish Equitable; Historic Scotland; Perth Royal Infirmary.