Gayle Nelson is a visual artist based in Northeast Fife, Scotland. Her work explores memory, place, and the use of time through drawing in a range of media, installation and public art. She has also recently developed a collaborative exhibition on the subject of autism.
Over a period of twenty-five years, her work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally, and most recently in the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, St Andrews Museum, Wall Projects I & II, Montrose, the Cupar Arts Festival, and at a number of galleries in Slovakia as part of New Bridges 11+11. Collections include Grampian Hospitals Art Trust and various private collections.
Gayle is a Professional Member of the Society of Scottish Artists(SSA), serving on the SSA Council for eight years, including two years as Vice-President and three as President. She undertook a key role in the development of the Cupar Arts Festival from it’s inception in 2008 until 2016. She is a lecturer at Fife College, as well as undertaking lecturing, mentoring and consultancy work in the visual arts.
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