“The remarkable and often exquisite characters Catriona Millar creates may appear to belong to a different age but as works of art they live in their own continuous present.” Scotland on Sunday
Ever since Catriona Millar’s 2005 Degree Show at Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen sold out within a few hours her unique and highly distinctive figurative paintings have captivated and delighted art collectors.
Catriona is now recognised as one of Scotland’s foremost figurative painters. She has exhibited across the UK and her paintings are collected throughout Europe, the Far East and America. She has won the respect and acclaim of collectors, critics and leading galleries while her stunning works continue to enjoy a special place amongst the contemporary art buying public.
In 2007 The Herald newspaper ranked Catriona in the top five most collectable Scottish artists and for the past four years the first works to be sold at the renowned Glasgow Art Fair have been paintings by Catriona.
Amid the growing media coverage and public interest Catriona has continued to push the boundaries of her work by following her singular path through the landscape of the human condition. Her passion for that story is written in many layers into her remarkable work and in one form or another in every painting you will find the artist herself.
Catriona Millar is listed in the 2012 edition of Who’s Who in Scotland.