BIOGRAPHY

UPCOMING SOLO EXHIBITION - Wednesday 17th May - Saturday 3rd June. Thompson's Gallery London. All new work inspired by recent travels in California, Australia and in the UK.

Mhairi McGregor was born in Paisley in 1971. She graduated from Glasgow School of Art with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art in 1993. Throughout her career, McGregor has travelled extensively, painted and exhibited in Europe, Australia, Canada and the USA, as well as finding constant inspiration in her native Scotland.  Collections include the Royal Scottish Academy, Fleming Holdings and Aberdeen University.

Selected Group Exhibitions:

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London

Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh

Royal Scottish Society of Painters in

Solo Exhibitions:

Roger Billcliffe Fine Art, Glasgow

Royal West of England Academy, Bristol

Morningside Gallery, Edinburgh

Red Rag Gallery, Stow-on- the-Wold

Watercolour, Edinburgh

Royal Glasgow Institute

The Mall Galleries, London

Thompson's Gallery, London

Albany Gallery, Cardiff

The Lost Gallery, Strathdon

Gallery Q, Dundee

Lemon Street Gallery, Truro

White Space Art, Totnes

Falle Fine Art, Jersey

Bircham Gallery, Holt

Jerram Gallery, Sherbourne

Hill-Smith Fine Art, Adelaide

Green Gallery, Munich,

Corte Real, Algarve

House For An Art Lover, Glasgow 2016

Roger Billcliffe Gallery, Glasgow, 1996, 1998, 2003,

Edgar Modern Fine Art, Bath, 2007, 2009, 2011

Ruth Davidson Memorial Exhibition, Aberdeen, 2000

The Green Gallery, Stirlingshire, 1993, 1995, 1997

2005, 2007, 2010, 2014

Glasgow Art Club, 2001

Rab Ha's, Glasgow, 1994

Christie's, Glasgow, 1993

Selected Awards:

Royal Scottish Academy - John Kinross Scholarship

Christie's Bursary - Third Year Studies

Glasgow School of Art - Landscape Drawing Prize

RSW Alexander Graham Munro Travel Award

The Laing Art Prize – Regional Winner

Paisley Art Institute - Art Hire :The Artists' Frameshop

RSW Betty Davies Award,

Glasgow Art Club Fellowship

Mary Armour Award

Paisley Art Institute Prize Award

The Aspect Prize (shortlisted)

The Alastair Salvesen Scholarship (shortlisted twice)

Gilchrist-Fisher Memorial Award (shortlisted)

W Gordon Smith Award (finalist)

House For An Art Lover Award