Born, 14 September, Dumfries
1881 – 1893
Studied at Dumfries Academy
1894 – 1900
Travelled on the Continent and attended Crystal Palace School of Art, London.
1900 – 1907
Student and Teacher, at Glasgow School of Art.
Engaged to David Fergusson.
Travelled to Belgium and Holland
Diploma from Glasgow School of Art.
1905 – 1906
Teaching at Kirkcudbright Academy and at Glasgow School of Art.
Principal Art Mistress, Glasgow High School for Girls.
Married, August, David Fergusson.
Honeymoon in Brittany, France.
Settled in Maxwelltown, Dumfries.
Daughter Nan, born, May.
Daughter Margaret, born August.
Son, John born.
Co-founder Dumfries and Galloway Fine Art Society.
Painted in the East Neuk of Fife.
Solo Exhibition of her works at St John’s Hall, Dumfries.
Elected S.S.A (Society of Scottish Artists)
1933 – 1939
Painted on the Isle of Arran and in Berwickshire, Lauder award winner, Glasgow Society of Lady Artists, 1933, 1938 and 1954.
Death of husband David, March
Death of son, John ,18 February on active service.
Exhibited at S.S.A. Pall Mall, London, October.
Exhibited 116 of her works at St John’s Hall, Dumfries, August.
Exhibition of 36 paintings at Gracefield Art Centre, Dumfries.
Died, 5 January, Dumfries
Glasgow Society of Lady Artists’ Centenary Exhibition Collins Gallery, Glasgow, and Fine Arts Society, Edinburgh.
Retrospective Exhibition, The Old Town Mill, Maxwelltown, Dumfries.
Retrospective Exhibition, Broughton House, Kirkcudbright.
“Five Red Herrings” Exhibition, Edinburgh International Festival, Forrest McKay Gallery, Edinburgh.
John Stephens Gallery, Edinburgh, Exhibition, “From Kate Wylie to Anne Redpath”.
“Bringing The Kirkcudbright Artists Home”, Exhibition, Kirkcudbright.
McGill Duncan Gallery, Castle Douglas, Exhibition of “The Kirkcudbright School”.
Bourne Fine Art, Edinburgh.
Retrospective Exhibition, The Harbour Gallery, Kirkcudbright.
Retrospective Exhibition, Gracefield Arts Centre, Dumfries (134 works)
Retrospective Exhibition, Whithorn Museum, George Street, Whithorn.
|2007||Dorothy L. Sayers Exhibition, Kirkcudbright and Gatehouse of Fleet.|
|2009||Home Again Exhibition, Town Hall, Kirkcudbright|
|2010||The Glasgow Girls, Town Hall, Kirkcudbright and Glasgow School of Art.|