KNOX DA (Edin) PAI Graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 1971.
Studied drawing and painting under Sir Robin Philipson and David
Elected artist member of Glasgow Art Club, of Paisley Art Institute,
of Glasgow Society of Women Artists and elected professional member
of Visual Arts Scotland.
At present (September 2007) elected Vice-President of Paisley Art
Institute and President-Elect.
Work has been regularly exhibited in venues throughout Britain.
Paintings are in private collections in Europe and USA.
Work selected and shown in London for the Design and Artists' Copyright
Society (DACS) exhibition as part of the CISAC 2002 Conference
of recent exhibitions
Invited featured artist for the East Renfrewshire Festival of Colour
Work selected and shown in St. Petersburg, Russia
Aspect Prize exhibition at Richmond Hill Gallery, Richmond Hill
Thompsons The City, London
Duncan Campbell Fine Art (solo)
DACS 20th anniversary Exhibition, Mall Galleries, London
The Edinburgh Gallery 2 person
Green Gallery, Aberfoyle 4 person
John Green Fine Art, Glasgow 2005 - 7
Contemporary Fine Art Gallery, Eton 2004 - 7
Manor House Gallery, Chipping Norton 3 person
Queen's Gallery, Dundee 2 person
Edinburgh Gallery 3 person
Stenton Gallery, East Lothian
Gallery Heinzel, Aberdeen 3 person
Duncan Campbell Fine Art, Kensington, London (solo)
Glasgow Art Club 4 person
Medici Gallery, Cork Street, London
The Leith Gallery, Edinburgh
The Medici Gallery London summer show
The Walker Gallery Harrogate Scottish Show
Roger Billcliffe Summer Exhibition
Stenton Gallery Tenth Anniversary Exhibition, East Lothian
Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts
Paisley Art Institute
The Royal Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh.
Aspect Capital Ltd., London.
ARA Interior Architectural Design Consultants, London.
Biggart Baillie, Solicitors, Glasgow
Awards Winner of The Aspect Prize 2003
The Bessie Scott Award at PAI 2004
The Diploma of The Paisley Art Institute, "PAI" 2005
The University of Paisley Award 2006
Included in the second edition of 'The Dictionary of Artists in
Britain since 1945' by David Buckman.
Painting "Retrospection" selected for cover of book of poetry "Paraphernalia"
by Joanne Limburg, published by Bloodaxe Books in January 2007
Limited Edition Prints at Studio Sixty Glasgow
KNOX DA PAI
specialising in Drawing and Painting, Liz Knox graduated from Edinburgh
College of Art in 1971. She spent years bringing up her sons and
lecturing in fine art, with little time to paint. In 2003, Knox
decided to leave lecturing to paint full time and on that same day,
was awarded the Aspect Prize. She now exhibits throughout Britain,
with regular solo exhibitions in London. Other recent awards include
The Bessie Scott Award at PAI 2004 and The University of Paisley
is included in the second edition of 'The Dictionary of Artists
in Britain since 1945' by David Buckman and her painting, "Retrospection",
was selected for the cover of "Paraphernalia", a book of poetry
by Joanne Limburg, published by Bloodaxe Books in January 2007.
mainly in oils, Knox creates a carpet of thoughts and artefacts,
often combining exterior and interior settings.
work is in many private and corporate collections, including The
Royal Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh, Aspect Capital Ltd., London,
ARA Interior Architectural Consultants, London and Biggart Baillie
has gone on to become one of Scotland's most collectable contemporary
artists……" Jan Patience, The Herald, June 2007.