Myrtle Watt spent a great 4 years at Gray's School of Art, 

Robert Gordon's University, Aberdeen.   Graduated  1979.

She opened a gallery and studio in Kincardine O'Neil, oldest village on Deeside for the next 15 years.   Exhibited over many years in numerous venues, Aberdeen art gallery, Gray's graduates, Milton Art gallery and artaboyne. Many works in private collections.


Myrtle when a child could always be found drawing, painting and being creative. On becoming an adult she was told by her father that she would have a more secure financial future as a pharmacist, which was a great job for a woman!! From University she graduated and worked as a pharmacist for many years. Finally deciding in a career change and was accepted at Gray's School of Art.


Myrtle qualified in Art and Design, experimenting in many mediums. Then spent some years printmaking. finally specialising in textiles. After this, her first love of painting took over, which has continued until now.


The mountains and countryside of Scotland, to anyone is a beauty to behold, but to an artist is inspirational. Myrtle paints flowers and countryside as seen through her eyes.