Lindsay Mathers

Lindsay's inspiration comes from the coast & forest where she lives, the sea where she paddles & swims, to the rugged Scottish islands that her family call home. Fresh from a residency in the Highlands & Skye Lindsay’s latest work is an emotive response to Scotland’s natural environment, drawing on its ability to inspire awe & a sense of belonging

35 Ogilvy Street, Tayport, Fife, DD6 9NF.
Telephone: 07941 276 796
Email: hello [at]
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Open Studios Event: this year the artist is accepting visitors to their studio.
Other Opening Times: Open by appointment year round
Directions: Approaching from the Tay bridge along B946 carry on until Tayport library is on your right and the Gregory hall is on your left. Take the road immediately after the hall. Ogilvy St is directly opposite the library and no. 35 is half way down.
Access: Parking is available on street. Apologies, but there are 3 steps to studio, so currently not accessible to wheelchair users.
Points of Interest: The new community hub - The Larick Centre is open and worth a visit. As is the community garden, just a 5 min walk from the studio. There are numerous beautiful beaches, the harbour and the forest walks too!
Lindsay Mathers Submerged - Mixed media and sea water drawing on paper
Lindsay Mathers Water Patterns II - graphite and acrylic on paper
Lindsay Mathers Mixed Media painting of stormy sea
Lindsay Mathers Eigg from Arisaig painting
Lindsay Mathers wild sea painting
Lindsay Mathers Sea Painting oil ripple
Painting of hills/ loch. Lindsay Mathers
Painting of wild weather Scottish highlands. Lindsay Mathers