Pat Kramek is a Scottish painter, born in Edinburgh to a Scottish mother and Polish father. Her work often features stunning Scottish landscapes and glittering seascapes, and we are delighted to offer free worldwide delivery on their paintings.
"Pat's work clearly embodies both a wonder of our breathtaking Scottish landscape, and a love for how paint can be used to achieve this dream-like effect." Tally, Gallery Assistant.
Customers often remark on Kramek's vibrant use of colour and bold texture.
About the Artist
Pat studied Printed Textiles and Weaving at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, in Dundee between 72 - 76. Her work is held in various collections in Japan, USA and in UK, and she has won various awards including two RSA (LONDON) travel bursaries.
After a successful career in design and education, Pat decided to follow her dream and become a full time painter in 2000. Now, she helps to generated substantial funds for various charities and has established the 'Pat Kramek Award' to be presented in St Petersburg for excellence in Art, in conjunction with The Association for International Cooperation.
Pat's background in textiles is evident in her paintings, which are full of texture and interesting colour.
SELECTED EXHIBITION HISTORY
Art in the Pens, Skipton, Yorkshire, 2017, 2018
"Four Scottish Colourists", Eduardo Alessandro Studios, Broughty Ferry, Angus, 2013
Nabokov Gallery, St Petersburg, Russia, 2011
Scotland Artists, Bothwell, South Lanarkshire, various from 2012 onwards
"Friends from the North", Lime Tree Gallery, Long Melford, Suffolk, 2008
Two Artist Show, Annan Gallery, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, 2009
"Days of Scotland", National Library, St Petersburg, Russia, 2006, 07, 09, 10.
Festival Interceltique, Lorient, Galerie Hotel Gabriel, Lorient, Brittany, 2018
Harbour Art's, "West Side Glory", Irvine, Ayrshire, 2018
"50th Aniversary of the Forth Bridge", Queensferry, West Lothian, 2014
Pittenweem Arts Festival, East Neuk of Fife, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2019
"Grand Entrance", Jerdan Gallery, Crail, Fife 2008