Contemporary Artist: Frank Colclough
Frank Colclough was born in Wick, Caithness
and lived in London before settling in Scotland in 1975. He
originally worked as a design draughtsman while studying art
at Camberwell and has worked as a professional artist since
Frank Colclough paintings are now featured
in several galleries throughout Scotland. And in addition
to Red Rag Gallery in the Cotswolds he has exhibited in a
number of English galleries.
All Frank Colclough early contemporary paintings
were in watercolour, but over the past few years he has worked
in acrylic and oils. The inspiration for Frank Colclough paintings
stems from his admiration of the Scottish colourist movement.
This is reflected in his paintings which now consists mainly
of views of the West coast of Scotland and colourful still
Today Frank Colclough contemporary paintings
appear in many private and public collections. And the RSW,
RGI and RSA have all exhibited his work.