OWEN DAVISON MA
graduated with an MA in Fine Art from Edinburgh University and trained in painting restoration
at Parkes & Bordone in Edinburgh. He has worked for Historic Scotland’s Stenhouse Conservation
Centre and as a freelance for Glasgow Museums. For the National Trust of Scotland, he was
closely involved in the presentation of Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson’s interiors at Holmwood House
and in research at Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Hill House. He set up his private practice in 1997.
Owen is also a practising painter, with a particular interest in traditional techniques, and in 2011
created the devotional altarpiece for the Queen’s Inner Chamber at the Palace Project, Stirling Castle.
Owen works for the National Galleries of Scotland as a member of their Professional Register, and has
featured in BBC4's series Britain's Lost Masterpieces.
Since Sally's death he has continued the studio practice alone.