Nicola Carberry is based in Glasgow; the studio in her back garden is where she works with a variety of media from B&W photography to stone carving via installation and life drawing, a prevailing enjoyment of the language presented when combining old and new processes. She is a lecturer in Creative & Applied Arts at North Glasgow College, a Fine Art graduate of Glasgow School of Art 1991, and an Artist member of Paisley Art Institute. She has been Artist in residence in Coldstream as part of the Art at Work initiative 1995, winner of The Elizabeth Greenshields and Young Scots Awards for Visual Art 1995. Commissioned by Stirling Smith Art Gallery & Museum to create a "Stirling Head" for The Big Draw 2008, and recently exhibited in the lecturer’s ‘Exchange project’, Nova Scotia College of Art & Design, 2011.

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Paul Eames graduated from Camberwell School of Art, London in 1987. Since then he has combined his work as an artist with a career in Arts management. He is currently Team Leader - Arts, Falkirk Community Trust. He has exhibited throughout central Scotland and his work has been included in a number of UK touring exhibitions. 

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Carolyn Mason graduated from Camberwell School of Art, London, where she studied Printmaking and Tapestry. She was a Professional Member of the Scottish Society of Artists (SSA) and has exhibited throughout Scotland and Poland.

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Peter Russell, based in central Stirling with a studio in Alloa, balances artwork and teaching community groups. Solo exhibitions throughout central Scotland from 1984 -99, were replaced as a vehicle by Hanging Together from 1994. An exhibitor from 1977, and professional member from 1983, the SSA has most closely matched his temperament. Guest artist in Duesseldorf in 1989, Russell has a long association with Germany, having a 1990 mural (twice repainted) in Berlin, and exhibitions in Berlin, Kassel, and Arnstadt. With Hanging Together, exhibited in Poland, with further actions in "Development", Warsaw (2008), and as invited artist to Open City Festival, Lublin.Works in collections in many countries.

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Val Shatwell, riddled with self-doubt, struggles to create anything , is uncomfortable in the art world, but is occasionally forced into the open by membership of Hanging Together.

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Karen Strang has lived in Stirling since 1987. Prior to that she lived in Glasgow and Warsaw where she studied fine art and spent a year wandering behind the 'Iron curtain'. She is a professional member of the Society of Scottish Artists. She has been a community worker, art tutor and community artist. Her extensive collection of Ladybird Books has featured on television. She is a full time artist.

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