Phyllis Fenton FentonARTworks

Phyllis is a versatile artist working mainly in oils and acrylics, who also enjoys sketching in watercolour ink and pencil. Much of her work is based on natural form and her Naturally Abstract series encourages us to take a closer look at the fragile world around us. Many of Phyllis's paintings remind us of the human impact on our environment.

7 Station Brae, Newport on Tay, Fife, DD6 8DQ
Telephone: 07949 366 615
Email: phyllisfenton0 [at]
Open Studios Event: this year the artist is accepting visitors to their studio.
Other Opening Times: Phyllis' work can also be viewed by appointment at her secondary studio located at the Rio Community Centre
Directions: From the Forgan roundabout head North along the dual carriageway and take the second exit on the left. This takes you down Station Brae. No. 7 is just past the white picket fence on the right hand side. From Cupar Road via Tay Street or High Street, Station Brae is the 3rd Street on the left.
Access: On street parking is available in the immediate vicinity. There is also a small car park on Station Brae. Assisted wheelchair access possible.
Points of Interest: Much of the studio space is located outdoors in various areas of the garden. Covered areas are available for shelter and refreshments will be available. Tayfield Estate walks and ponds are close by and historical features such as The "Fifie" Pier and The Tay Rail Bridge are also in the vicinity.
Oil painting using fast flowing water allegorically depicting the intangible aspect of the passing of time.
Oil painting depicting the beauty and fragility of an ice filled tyre tread. What happens when the ice melts?
"Fifie" Pier Newport on Tay -silhouette in Acrylic.
Acrylic painting depicting pebbles a tree reflections in a shallow pool .
Cottage ruins behind Inverdovat farm in Fife.
Amome nt in time captivated from tumultuous gorge water in the Scottish Highlands.
Oil painting of tree shadows on a wall in Inverdovat Fife
Acrylic sketch of rock formations Kingsbarns Fife.