Euan McGregor graduated, BA(hons) from the Glasgow School of Art in 1998.
Euan lives and works in West Kilbride producing painting and mixed media work of mostly marginal or fringe spaces. He draws upon his roots in printmaking giving his work an emphasis on mark-making and shape. He has an interest in all things Modernist and his influences include Hockney, Piper and the St Ives school in Cornwall. On a recent trip to Iceland Euan painted some of the beautiful Modernist Lutheran churches dotted around the country and in his most recent solo exhibition in London he depicted Lidos and outdoor pools from around the UK.
A regular contributor to Art fairs, Euan is represented by galleries in Scotland, England and Wales. in 2015 he became a Diplomate of the Paisley Arts Institute and has received several awards from the Royal Glasgow Institute.
2012 RGI Cuthbert Artist Award
2012 PAI Arnold Clark Award
2011 PAI Glasgow Art Club Fellowship
2010 Artist Member PAI
2000 RGI Cuthbert New Young Artist
1999 RGI David Cargill Award
1998 RGI Fine Art Travelling Award
2017 Roger Bilcliffe, Glasgow
2015 Highgate Contemporary, London