Ann Oram RSW

  • mixed media, Ann Oram, Thackeray Gallery

    Dahlias & other Flowers

  • mixed media, Ann Oram, Thackeray Gallery

    Sheep Grazing in a Snowy Field, Greenlaw

  • mixed media, Ann Oram, Thackeray Gallery

    Two Jugs of Spring Flowers on Yellow

  • mixed media, Ann Oram, Thackeray Gallery

    Red Still Life with Chinese Lanterns

Ann Oram was born in London in 1956. She studied at Edinburgh College of Art between 1976 and 1982. She became a part time lecturer at Edinburgh College of Art between 1983 and 1985, and again in 1991 to 1993. Ann was elected to RSW in 1986. Following that, she was a visiting lecturer at the University of Northumbria in 1988.

Solo Exhibitions from 1985 – present Include:

The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh; Macaulay Gallery, Stenton; Portland Gallery, London; Corrymella Scott, Newcastle; Henshelwood, Newcastle; Richmond Hill Gallery, London; Corto & Nero, Vienna; Lemon Street Gallery, Truro; Duncan Miller, London; The Brian Sinfield Gallery; Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh; An Tatha Solais, Ullapool; Thackeray Gallery, London.

Group Exhibitions from 1985 – present Include:

The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh; Macaulay Gallery, Stenton; Corrymella Scott, Newcastle; Portland Gallery, London; Henshelwood Gallery, Newcastle; Roger Billcliffe, Glasgow; Falle Fine Art, Jersey; Richmond Hill Gallery, London; Corto & Nero, Vienna; Galeri Wolfrum, Vienna; The Jerdan Gallery, Crail; Duncan Miller, London; Lemon Street Gallery, Truro; Royal Glasgow Institute; Gullane Art Gallery; Open Eye Gallery; Tatha Gallery, Newport upon Tay; Kilmorack Gallery, Beauly; Gordon Brown Gallery, Tain; An Tatha Solais, Ullapool; Thackeray Gallery, London.

Commissions and Collections Include:

Royal Bank of Scotland; Standard Life; Bank of Scotland; Britoil; Credit Lyonnaise; Dundas & Wilson; Dunedin Fund Managers; Edinburgh University; Edinburgh Fund Managers; Ethicon; Herriot-Watt University; Northern General Hospital; Robert Flemings Holdings Ltd; Royal Bank of Scotland; Royal Bank of Scotland, Singapore; Scottish Life; Scottish Provident; Scottish Widows; Shepherd and Wedderburn WS; Tysak and Partners; Art in Healthcare; Stirling Art Gallery.

Private Collections Include:

Work in Britain; Ireland; USA; Singapore; New Zealand; Spain; Austria and Holland.

Awards Include:

Carnegie Travelling Scholarship, Royal Scottish Academy Student Exhibition 1980; Andrew Grant Travelling Scholarship to New York, 1981; Largo Award, Edinburgh College of Art, 1981; Andrew Grant Major Award, 1981 & 1982; May Marshall Brown Award (RSW), 1991; William Gillies Award (RSW), 1998.