Iain Brady is an artist who works mainly in papier mache. He went to school at Mackie Academy, Stonehaven and then to Grays School of Art, Aberdeen where he trained in the Fine Art Department as a painter. Throughout his days as a student, Iain was drawn to the dramatic landscapes of the Highlands, and so, when he got the chance, he moved to the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides. It was there that he met his wife Jennifer, who is also an artist.
The Isle of Lewis is part of a chain of Islands in the extreme north west of Scotland. Its landscape and coastline has been a source of inspiration to many artists.
Over the years Iain has had several one man exhibitions, been invited to exhibit in numerous group shows and has won a number of awards and competitions.