Still life informs a significant element of Morag's work. She instils her paintings with personal narratives using favourite objects including flowers, textiles and bric-a-brac that she has collected over many years. Morag completed a post-graduate at DJCAD, winning the John Milne Purvis Prize. She is an elected member of the RSW
Other Opening Times: Open by appointment year round.
Directions: Arriving at Newport-on-Tay from the East, go under the road bridge on Tay Street and after 100 yards take the first left onto Grenada Brae. The studio is half way up the steep hill on the right hand side.
Access: Parking available on Tay Street and Grenada Brae. Sorry, no wheelchair access.
Points of Interest: Beautiful views of the River Tay and the bridges from the studio. Excellent resources in the village for lunches or light bites etc Manna Cafe, Kitschnbake; Boat Brae bar and restaurant and The Newport Restaurant all provide high quality cuisine.