Here are the artists and organisations participating in this year’s Uist Art on the Map, which runs for four months from the beginning of May to the end of August. It includes both exhibitions and open studio events. Opening times vary and are listed in the profiles below and on a week by week basis in our Events calendar

You can also download our Art on the Map brochure, available in A3 size (full size) and A4 size (better for printing)

Member Directory by MembershipWorks
Art off the Grid
Art off the Grid
Margaret MacLellan
Drawings, paintings in oil, watercolour and mixed media, prints, etchings, cards
Carinish Craft Fairs
Carinish Craft Fairs
Ani George
Work by local crafters. These photos are an average representation of works.
Cast of Antlers Crafts
Cast of Antlers Crafts
Ani George
I use naturally cast deer antlers to create unique jewellery and crafts
Catherine Yeatman
Catherine Yeatman
artist, gardener, like an ocean wind she moves over the water
Claddach Kirkibost Centre
Claddach Kirkibost Centre
Wide range of local arts and crafts
Coralbox
Coralbox
Eilidh Carr
Hebridean products, souvenirs, greeting cards & photography.
Eilidh Stewart
Eilidh Stewart
Painting the Hebridean coast.
Ellis O'Connor
Ellis O'Connor
Contemporary Landscape Artist painting elemental wild scenes of the environment.
Fiona Campbell-Lycett
Fiona Campbell-Lycett
Abstract Realism inspired by the textures, landscape and light of the Hebrides
Fiona Pearson
Fiona Pearson
Watercolours and oils, reflecting the interaction between rock and water
Grimsay Community Association
Grimsay Community Association
Grimsay’s community centre
Hebridean Imaging
Hebridean Imaging
Yvonne Benting
Mixed media art and photography, birds, landscapes, nature. Prints, cards, gifts
James Macletchie
James Macletchie
Wildlife and Hebridean landscape photography
Jenny Taylor
Jenny Taylor
Original watercolours, drawings, prints and cards
Kirsty O'Connor
Kirsty O'Connor
Artist | Maker
Kirsty Walker
Kirsty Walker
Mixed media textiles, Harris Tweed items, wall hangings
Lews Castle College Art
Lews Castle College Art
Art courses for all levels including BA Fine art and NC Art and Design
Margaret Cowie
Margaret Cowie
Contemporary landscape artist investigating abandonment and native flora
Margaret Fenton
Margaret Fenton
Landscape painter
Margaret Keltie
Margaret Keltie
Acrylic studies of people at work in Uist
Pauline Prior-Pitt
Pauline Prior-Pitt
Painting Shed
Seascapes of wind, water and stone. Poetry about women and this island
Peter A Rintoul
Peter A Rintoul
Uist landscape and seascape paintings in watercolour and acrylic
Peter Ferguson
Peter Ferguson
Painter of Uist landscapes
Puffin Studio Crafts
Puffin Studio Crafts
Gift and craft outlet with over 25 local producers
Rhodri (Rhod) Evans
Rhodri (Rhod) Evans
Painting the wild landscapes of Britain
Rosie Blake and Raphael Rychetsky
Rosie Blake and Raphael Rychetsky
Original prints and photography
Sharon MacPherson
Sharon MacPherson
Artworks exploring the expanses of land, sea & sky. Emotive wildlife portraits.
Sheenagh McIntyre
Sheenagh McIntyre
Old Telford Church
New forms shaped by the islands environment
Shoreline Stoneware
Shoreline Stoneware
Louise Cook
Individually handcrafted stoneware sculptures inspired by the Atlantic coastline
Sollas Bookbinding
Sollas Bookbinding
Corinna Krause
Artisan book binding
Taigh Chearsabagh Museum and Arts Centre
Taigh Chearsabagh Museum and Arts Centre
Arts and heritage centre for the Uists
Uist Wool
Uist Wool
Artisanal knitting and weaving yarn from quality local fleece
Uist Yarn Studio
Uist Yarn Studio
Matthew Topsfield
Craft-maker wool work studio: knitting, spinning, buttons, dyeing and workshops
Vanessa Langley
Vanessa Langley
Picture gifts from fragile seaweeds
Verisimilitude
Verisimilitude
Madeleine Ostling
A contemporary knitwear studio specialising in womenswear from Scottish wool.

Registration for inclusion in the printed brochure is now closed, but yoiu can still register events for inclusion on this website

Some UAA members were unable to participate in this year’s event, but you may still be able to see their work in the UAA Open exhibition at Taigh Chearsabhagh or elsewhere on the islands. Here a few profiles of their work

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