Vivienne Fraser

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1995, 1998 The Neilson Hays Library, Bangkok


1996 The Alliance Francaise, Bangkok


1997 Amari Watergate Hotel, Bangkok


1999 Peter Runge House


2000 The Board Room.
J Rothschids, Kent


2003 Beaconsfield Exhibition of Art

Bromley Art Society Exhibitions


2003 Fairfield Halls, Croyden

Old School Art Workshops,

Sue Clarks Gallery, Beckenham


2001 The Chiltern Hills Art Society


2003 - to date Truro Art Society Vitreous Gallery, Cornwall


2008 The Trio Exhibition


2008 - 2011 Trelissick Gardens, nr. Truro


2009 "Vivienne Fraser Watercolours" website went live


June 2011 Featured in the magazine 'Expressions' in an article published in Bangkok by William Marazzi entitled "The water-colourist: Scottish Painter Vivienne Fraser"


February 2012 Exhibited two paintings in "Colour and Coast" as a pupil of the artist, Ashley Hanson, Shire Hall, Bodmin


September 2013 Joint exhibition at the Falmouth Poly with Paul Hoare.
















Viv FraserI began painting twenty-five years ago. I studied drawing and painting for six years and my first success was a solo exhibition of watercolours in Tunbridge Wells, Kent.

I moved to Thailand in 1992, and the flowering of inspiration led me to focus my creative attention on the country’s culture and historic monuments. I now use the inspirational shapes and colours of Asia in a semi-abstract style to achieve the effects I desire in watercolour.

Ten years later, I was fortunate enough to travel to the Canary Islands and Morocco. This gave me inspiration to portray new scenes and sights in my paintings.

I moved to Truro, Cornwall in September 2003, where I am a
member of the Truro Art Society and take part in their Selected Summer Exhibitions; The Riverside Gallery in Golant has also showed my work of local scenes.

Since a visit to Cambodia in spring 2007, I have been inspired by Angkor Wat and its amazing atmosphere, architecture and history.

I am primarily a watercolourist and I trust that my freedom of expression will be felt by all, and hope that everyone will be uplifted by the spirit of the subject matters which have caught my attention.

I continually search for colourful and atmospheric themes and these I find both at home and abroad.