Liz Knox DA (Edin) PAI PPAI
Curriculum Vitae


Studied drawing and painting under Sir Robin Philipson and David Michie.
Graduated Edinburgh College of Art 1971.
1971 – 73 Taught Art, secondary education.
Worked in Spain; art therapist Long Grove Hospital, Epsom; taught art evening classes.
1983 – 2003 Lectured drawing and painting further education. Curriculum development included writing entire HND Environmental
Art and developing all drawing and painting elements of this. Validated by SQA, panel chaired by David Harding, Head of Environmental Art at Glasgow School of Art. Member of Advisory Panel, Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen.
2007 – 2010 Elected President of Paisley Art Institute. Elected member of council Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts since 2010. 2007, 2009 Assessor, Scottish Drawing Competition.
1993 Elected artist member Paisley Art Institute; professional member Visual Arts Scotland 1994; artist member Glasgow Art Club 2002.

One person exhibitions
1992 Calton Gallery, Edinburgh;
Rozelle House, Ayrshire
1996, 1999 Kingfisher Gallery, Edinburgh
1997 Gallery Heinzel, Aberdeen
1999 St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, Glasgow
2004 – 2008 Duncan Campbell Fine Art, London
2005 Iona House Gallery, Woodstock
2007 The Leith Gallery, Edinburgh;
Stenton Gallery, East Lothian
2008 Eastwood Theatre Gallery, Glasgow
2011 Coltbridge Gallery, Buckinghamshire
2012 Maclaurin Galleries, Ayrshire
Main exhibitor Aspect Prize exhibition
at Richmond Hill Gallery, Richmond 2004

Selected shared exhibitions
Pool Theatre, Edinburgh
The Edinburgh Gallery, Edinburgh
Queens Gallery, Dundee
Mansfield Park Gallery, Glasgow
Peter Potter Gallery, Haddington
Timespan Art Gallery, Helmsdale
William Hardie Gallery, Glasgow
RGI Kelly Gallery, Glasgow
Manor House Gallery, Chipping Norton
Gallery Heinzel, Aberdeen

Selected group and mixed exhibitions since 2003
The Walker Gallery, Harrogate
Thompson’s Gallery, Aldeburgh and Marylebone
The Medici Gallery, London
John Green Fine Art, Glasgow
The Contemporary Fine Art Gallery, Eton
Blackheath Gallery, London
Lemon Street Gallery, Truro
Group 13 Artists at Glasgow Art Club
Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts
Paisley Art Institute
Awards include
2003 The Aspect Prize (previously Kennox Prize)
2004 The Bessie Scott Award
2005 The Diploma of the Paisley Art Institute “PAI”
2006 The University of the West of Scotland Award
2007 The Blythswood Square Quaich
2010 The Arnold Clark Award

Lectures and workshops
1996 Skerray Studio, Sutherland;
For Royal Sovereign Ltd artist materials
1999 Dumbarton Art Club
2000 Helensburgh Art Club
2001, 2, 5 Paisley Museum
2003 East Renfrewshire Council
2005 Friends of RSA
2007 Glasgow Society of Women Artists
2008 Friend of Maclaurin Galleries
2012 “In Conversation” with Michael Clark, Maclaurin Galleries, Ayr

Invited to exhibit in St Petersburg, Russia 2003;
the Design and Artists’ Copyright Society (DACS) exhibition at
CISAC 2002 conference, Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre, London;
DACS 20th Anniversary Exhibition in The Mall Galleries, London 2004;
“The River Runs Through It” exhibition in Kelvingrove Art Galleries, Glasgow 2010.
Work held in corporate collections in Glasgow, Edinburgh and London
Work in private collections in UK, Netherlands, Middle East, Canada, Australia and USA
Work “Retrospection” selected as book cover for “Paraphernalia” by Joanne Limburg,
published by Bloodaxe Books January 2007

Reference
The Dictionary of Artists in Britain since 1945
Who’s Who in Scotland
Who’s Who in Art
Who’s Who of Women
Dictionary of International Biography