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artworks by  Neil MacDonald PAI RGI RSW


1975-1979 Glasgow School of Art-BAHons 
1979-1980 Glasgow School of Art- 
Post Graduate Studies 
1978 Hospitalfield Art College Summer School



2013 Elected RSW (Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour)

2013 Joe Hargan Award, Maclaurin Fine Art Exhibition, Ayr

2013 Elected RGI (Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts)

2012 The Smithy Gallery Award (PAI)

2012 Diploma of the Paisley Art Institute 
2011 Robert Innes Award - Scottish Drawing Competition

2009 Discerning Eye,London- Scottish Regional Winner

2009 Charles Jamieson Award PAI

2008 University West Scotland Award PAI

2006 EDC Ann Stevenson Memorial Award

2005 EDC Purchase Prize

1997 Contemporary Art Prize (Eton) Paisley Art Institute

1981 David Cargill Travelling Scholarship(Italy and Belgium)

1979 William Shanks Painting Prize



2011 Solo Exhibition, Mansfield Park Gallery

2011 Two Person Show with Alice McMurrough, Auld Kirk Museum

2010 Glasgow Art Fair, Mansfield Park Gallery

2009 Two Person Show with Alice McMurrough, Kelly Gallery

2007 ‘Seven’- Kelly Gallery,Glasgow

2004 ‘Five’- Kelly Gallery, Glasgow

2002 ‘Seven’- Kelly Gallery,Glasgow

1999 Vallico in Arte Exhibition, Tuscany

1994 Two Person Exhibition- Kelly Gallery, Glasgow

1990 Solo Exhibition- Kelly Gallery, Glasgow

1983 Solo Exhibition- Corners Gallery, Glasgow

1983 Solo Exhibition- English Speaking Union, Edinburgh

1982 Solo Exhibition- GSA Museum



1987 ‘A Great Song and Dance’- Scottish Arts Council Travelling Gallery

1986 ‘Six Scottish Artists’- Houston, Texas

1985 ‘Mixed Exhibition’ Contemporary Art Fair (Maine Fine Art), Bath

1984 ‘Face to Face’ Lillie Art Gallery Milngavie

Artist Member and Committee member of Paisley Art Institute. Artist member Glasgow Art Club. 
Exhibit regularly in RGI and RSA.

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