Marion Drummond was born Glasgow in 1958, and has lived in Scotland all her life. She likes to combine her love of hill-walking with painting al fresco, to capture life with a sense of urgency and immediacy. Self-taught, Marion works mainly in oils enjoying the intensity of working with palette knives and her fingers in her still life, landscape and portraiture.

Marion greatly admires the work of many living Scottish artists but her strongest influences she names as Stephen Carruthers, Jenny Saville and Enid Foote Watts.


Royal Glasgow Institute, Glasgow
Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh
Tolquhon Gallery, Tarves, Aberdeenshire
Macaulay Gallery, Stenton, by Edinburgh
Leith Gallery, Edinburgh
Thompsons, Dover Street, London
Paisley Art Institute, Paisley, Glasgow
Macmillan Cancer Research Annual Exhibition, Kelvin Hall, Glasgow
Mental Health Annual Exhibition, Ayrshire
Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice

Thompson's Gallery, Aldeburgh, 36th Annual Exhibiton


Gallery 41, Dundas Street, Edinburgh
Green Gallery, Aberfoyle
Cornerstone Gallery, Stirling