Glen Scouller: A Broad Brush
Glen Scouller RSW RGI (b.1950) creates intuitive and expressive Scottish landscapes and still lifes. Radiant colour, light and compositional skill are inherent qualities in his visual communication.
Glen Scouller was born in Glasgow and studied at Glasgow School of Art from 1968 to 1973. In 1972 he won the Royal Scottish Academy Painting Award and in 1973, the Post Graduate Study Award, the WO Hutcheson Prize for Drawing and Travelling Scholarship to Greece. He was also awarded the Lauder Award, Glasgow Art Club and Scottish Amicable Award, Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts in 1987. Scouller has had over 40 solo exhibitions since 1977 in Glasgow, Edinburgh, London, East Lothian, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Truro, Johannesburg and Cape Town. He is also a regular exhibitor at the Royal Scottish Academy, The Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts and the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour. He was elected a member of the Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts in 1989, from which he received the David Cargill Award in 2006, and of the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour in 1997. His works are held in a number of public and private collections worldwide, including The Scottish Office in Edinburgh, De Beers and the First National Bank of South Africa.