Josephine Broekhuizen started her art career studying at the Rotterdamse Kunst Academie followed by two years at Grays School of Art in Aberdeen, where she got her degree. Since then she has been working in Lanarkshire and now Arran, exhibiting in Scotland and Holland.

She works with a wide range of subjects and media working on wood, paper and canvas, to create vibrant still life and landscape paintings.

A number of paintings are for sale. If you would like to buy one, contact the artist for prices or sales information.


1956 Born DenHaag
1977-81 Academy for visual arts, Rotterdam
1982-84 Gray's School of Art, Aberdeen
1984 qualified BAhons
1984 first prizewinner Aberdeen Artists
1989-96 Lee Castle artworks
1996 & 1999 murals for Drumclog Heritage Centre

One-woman exhibitions

1987 Abtswoude Gallery, Delft, Netherlands
1988 Koffie shop Kleiweg, Delft, Netherland
1989 Town Hall, St Annaparochie, Netherlands
1990 Motherwell Library, Scotland
2002 Workhouse Gallery, King's Road, London
2003 Netherlands Consulate, Edinburgh
2004 Netherlands Consulate, Aberdeen

Selected Group exhibitions
1983 Aberdeen Artists
1984 RSA
1984 Compass Gallery, Glasgow
1985 Aberdeen Artists (first prize-winner)
1986 RGI
1987 Muller pier Rotterdam
1988 Hamilton Museum
1993 SSA
1997-04 Studio 4, Lamlash, Isle of Arran
2000 Burnside Gallery, Arran
2000-02 Gold Gallery, Edinburgh
2001 Gatehouse gallery, Glasgow

Private mural and portrait commissions from 1992-2001


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