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Painter, born in Hamilton, Lanarkshire. She studied at Glasgow School of Art, 1980–5, then in following year at State Higher School of Fine Art in Poznan, Poland. Flockhart’s work was reminiscent of primitive paintings and was influenced by naïve, folk art pictures and icons. Woman’s role as Maiden, Madonna and Mother were features of her meticulously painted canvases. She showed solo in Poznan in 1986 and at Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, 1990. In 1992–3 she appeared in Through Women’s Eyes at Edinburgh City Art Centre. Won the Noble Grossart Painting Prize, 2000, in 2001 having a solo exhibition, The Verdant Maze, at Rebecca Hossack Gallery, with another there, Dryland, Wetlands, in 2003. Scottish Arts Council holds her work.

Text source: 'Artists in Britain Since 1945' by David Buckman (Art Dictionaries Ltd, part of Sansom & Company)


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