Hazel Nagl RSW PAI RGI
Date of RGI Election: 2000
Date of Birth: 2 November 1953
Studied: Glasgow School of Art
Elected: RSW -1988
RGI – Sir Alexander Stone Prize; RGI – Mabel Mackinlay Award; RGI – Eastwood Publications Award; SAAC
Prize; PAI Prize; 1st Prize Laing Competition
Open Eye Gallery; Stenton Art Gallery; Glasgow Art Club; Portland Gallery; Roger Billcliffe Fine Art; Thomson’s Gallery; London; Art in the Square, Glasgow; Green Gallery, Munich; Mall Galleries, London; Courtyard Gallery, Crail
The Fleming Collection; The Royal Bank of Scotland; Glasgow University; Common Market Enterprises; Combined Capital; Scottish & Newcastle Breweries.
I graduated in drawing and painting at Glasgow School of Art in 1973, thereafter, living and working at the Art School’s Workshop, Culzean Castle, where I developed an interest in landscape painting in response to my varied and dramatic surroundings. I now live and work in Renfrewshire.
I consider myself to be predominantly known as a still life and landscape painter, however, I have also expanded into Scottish Opera productions and Scottish Castles. Through the use of mixed media, I consider my preoccupations to be imparting a sense of space and light and an expressive impulse which is manifest in my work.