Kirsty makes drawings and paintings of humans, often with a dark sense of humour and a challenge to the viewer. You'll find large canvases and tiny watercolour illustrations, a great deal of expressive charcoal life-drawings and her artistbooks about ritual and healing. She graduated from ECA in 1999, has exhibited internationally.
Directions: The Elm is the newish white house beside the school.
From Cupar, enter the village passing by the (now closed) inn on your right hand side. Continue past a row of cottages and the school playground, and as you begin to go up the hill, the Elm is there, with a red postbox and noticeboard on the wall
Access: The house itself is wheelchair accessible, but the studio is on the first floor.
Points of Interest: We have a large garden. Children live here and there is a trampoline.