Stenton Gallery - Helen M Turner


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Born 1937. Educated Giffnock School, Glasgow
1952 - 1960 Glasgow School of Art (EC) Studied intermediate drawing, still life, portraiture and flower painting

East Linton Award 1972 Soroptimists Fine Art Award (International) - Commendation 1992

Member of Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts
Member of Paisley Institute (Council)
Past President of Ayr Sketch Club
Member of Bridgeton Group
Member and Founder of Octagon
Member of Glasgow Society of Women Artists

Work in the collection of the late Lord Morton, Lord Maclean, Robert Fleming Holdings plc, Ramco Oil, Dunedin Fund Managers, Baillie Gifford, Leone Cockburn Contemporary Art, TSB and many private collections in the UK and abroad.

John D. Kelly Gallery, Glasgow - 1986/87/88/92
Paisley Art Institute
The Maclaurin Gallery, Ayr
The Guggenheim Gallery, London
Contemporary 90, 91,92, 93, 94,
The Dick Institute, Kilmarnock
Royal Bank of Scotland Exhibition
Harbour Arts
Scottish College of Textiles Gallery, Galashiels
The Annan Gallery, Glasgow
Inverbeg Gallery,Luss, Loch Lomond
Gallery Heinzel, Aberdeen
Wellington Centre, Ayr
Lanark Gallery
Pitlochry Festival Theatre Exhibition
Riverside Clallery, Stonehaven
Horizons Gallery, Perth
Tolquhon Gallery, Aberdeen
The Glasgow Vennel, Irvine
Exposition Villeneuve - sur - Lot, France
Dunkeld Cathedral Art Exhibition
Stenton Gallery, East Lothian
Broughton Gallery by Biggar
The Gatehouse Gallery, Rouken Glen, Giffnock
The Waverley Gallery, Prestwick
90's Gallery Otago Street, Glasgow
The Green Gallery, Aberfoyle
The Contemporary Fine Arts Gallery, Eton
Alistair Anderson Gallery, Eaglesham
Leone Cockburn Gallery
The Richmond Hill Gallery, London
Thompson's Gallery, Dover Street, London
Thompson's City Gallery, London
Lillie Art Gallery, Milngavie, Glasgow
Robert Fleming, Hong Kong
Artists Agent, Edinburgh
Lloyds TSB Edinburgh Festival Exhibition, George Street, Edinburgh
The Rotunda, Hong Kong
Land Thompson's Gallery, Aldeburgh, Suffolk
The City Gallery, London
Royal Glasgow lnstitute
Numerous Small Group and Solo Exhibitions
Paintings in Collections throughout the World