Low, Bet (1924–)
Low, Bet (1924–)
Scottish artist. Born 1924 in Gourock, Scotland; attended Glasgow School of Art (1924–25); studied under James Cowie at Hospitalfield; m. Tom Macdonald (artist).
Member of Glasgow Group, held 1st solo exhibition at Athenaeum in Glasgow (1946) and followed with 1-woman show at 57 Gallery (1961); became co-founder of New Charing Cross Gallery (1963) and held solo shows there (1965–67); exhibited with husband at Blythswood Gallery in Glasgow (1969); elected to Royal Scottish Watercolor Society (1974); held solo show at Harbor Arts Center in Irvine, California (1975); became member of Royal Glasgow Institute of Artists (1980) and gave shows at The Scottish Gallery (1981), Third Eye Center (1985) and Compass Gallery (1988); became associate of Royal Scottish Academy (1988) and is a longstanding member of Society for Scottish Women Artists. Was 1st winner of Betty Davies "Campus" Award at Royal Scottish Watercolor exhibition (1987).
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