Lin Pattullo was born in Glasgow in 1949 and brought up in
Prestwick on the Ayrshire Coast. She always loving drawing and sketching and
this enthusiasm continued through an early career in nursing. Once her family
had grown up she started concentrating on painting and now works from a studio
on the outskirts of Crieff.
Lin is a
Member of the Glasgow Society of Woman Artists and of the Paisley Art
Institute. She received the Lauder Award by the Glasgow Society of Women
Artists in 1994 and the Neville Award from the Paisley Art Institute and the J
Trevor & Webster Award from the RGI in 1997. She held her first Solo
exhibition at the Kelly Gallery, Glasgow in 1993 and has shown her work at many
other Solo, Joint and Mixed exhibitions since then. She has also exhibited at
the Royal Scottish Academy, the Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts and
the Scottish Artists and Artist Craftsmen. Lin's work is also in several
collections including H.R.H Prince Charles.
Whenever possible Lin works outside and finds inspiration in many areas
of Scotland. However, the brilliant colours of the Mediterranean have become a
favourite subject. She works mainly in oil.