About the artist


2016 - 2020  Duncan of Jordanstone             College of Art and Design, University of Dundee, Scotland


Upcoming Exhibitions

2020  May 23rd to 31st  The Degree Show

Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee, Scotland

(open to the public)

2020  25th July - 9th Aug  Fortingall Art

Annual  Summer Exhibition, Fortingall, Scotland

2020 Sept - Oct  The Whitehouse Gallery
Kirkcudbright, Scotland.

Past Exhibitions

2015 Nov - Dec

 The Ruthven Gallery, Auchterarder,                          Scotland


2017 July -Aug    Fortingall Art, Annual         Summer Exhibition, Fortingall, Scotland 

2018 July - Aug   Fortingall Art Gallery, Annual         Summer Exhibition, Fortingall, Scotland 

2018 Nov -Jan    The Strathearn Gallery, Crieff, Scotland


2019  Feb -April    The Aberfeldy Gallery, Aberfeldy, Scotland

2019 April - July   Ron Lawson West End Gallery, Dundee, Scotland

2019 July-Aug   Fortingall Art Gallery, Annual         Summer Exhibition, Fortingall, Scotland 

2019 Nov   The Spence Gallery, Crieff, Scotland





Personal Statement

My art is all about inspiration and imagination.

Personally, we perceive things based on the value we give them. Our perceptions of things we encounter are altered by the meaning we give to them. The notion of seeing with ‘our mind’s eye’, refers to our dreams, feelings and memories. My memories of places become a patchwork of fragments made up of colour, form and texture. Seeing with my mind’s eye, the colours have become clearer and distinctive. My experiences of the places I pass become infinite imaginings.

Art Exhibition

Erraid considers her art work to be shaped by the experience of being in a certain place at a certain time and the feeling she felt then. She expresses this through her chosen colours, compositions and textures. Her artwork represents her memories and imaginations of these places, evoking them rather than representing them. 

Born in Perth, Scotland, 1997.

For the first eight years of Erraid’s life she grew up on the Black Isle, Inverness, and then later moved overseas to Dhaka, Bangladesh. She now lives back in the Perthshire parts of Scotland, in town of Aberfeldy, but considers Australia to home too,  in the Kimberley Region, where her family also lives. 

From Scotland to Bangladesh, Scotland to Australia and back again – these places have introduced her to new fields of colour. 

Erraid is currently attending her forth and final year at the University of Dundee’s Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, specialising in Fine Art.​ She is currently preparing for the degree show which will be open to the public between 23rd to 31 May, 2020.

She refers herself as a mixed media artist creating paintings of the Scottish landscapes and seascapes. Erraid uses a wide range of mediums such as, acrylic, pastel, collage and oil. Living in Strathtay she draws her inspiration from the surrounding countryside, the West Coast and the mountainous regions of Scotland.