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Sofia Perina-Miller, photo by Sheila Sim


A selection of the artist's new work is exhibiting with the John Green Fine Art Gallery in Glasgow over the summer

  A selection of the artist's new work is exhibiting with the Jack Tierney Gallery in Aberdeen over the summer  
  New work can also be seen at The Strathearn Gallery in Crieff over the summer  



  Apple Blossom and Jug  
New paintings in acrylic now for sale.The work on the left features Charles Rennie Mackintosh's Hill House in Helensburgh, Scotland.Click here to view.


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About the Artist

Sofia Perina-Miller was born in Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg - Click here for Sofia's photographs of her home town) in the USSR (now the Russian Federation) in 1974. Throughout her childhood Sofia developed her innate artistic talent and entered a specialist art school before going on to the University of Technology and Design in Saint Petersburg where she gained her degree in Fine Art and Textiles. Following graduation, Sofia worked simultaneously as an artist and a private art tutor at her studio in her home city. The artist's move to Scotland in 2000 heralded a new, experimental use of decorative and fine art and she began to develop a distinctive style of floral painting, combining watercolour and gel pen. Since moving to Scotland, Sofia has built upon her past achievements. She exhibits at leading galleries throughout the United Kingdom and has had her work accepted by prestigious competitions, including the annual Singer and Friedlander Sunday Times Watercolour Competition, The Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Art, The Federation of British Artists' Annual Exhibition, The British Society of Painters in Watercolour, The Society of Botanical Artists and The British Society of Women Artists among many others.


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