Greer Ralston is a graduate of the famous Glasgow School of Art and works as a professional artist. Her work is exceptional and highly sought after. She hangs in both public and private collections across the world, has exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery and at a number of other well-known galleries throughout the UK.
Shortly after leaving Glasgow School of Art she was awarded the prestigious Greenshields International Scholarship for figurative art. This led to many years working as a figurative artist but her love of animals was never far from her brush and many of her pieces incorporate both her passion for the human figure and her animal friends.
In 2008 Greer returned to equestrian painting with a tribute show called The Horse, dedicated to her late father Gilbert Ralston. The Ralston family, for generations, have had a long association with breeding and riding horses. Many of Greer's paintings have featured horses and dogs owned by the family.
Greer is a philanthropic artist and uses her work to raise money for a number of charities ranging from Cancer Research to Riding for the Disabled. To date she has raised many thousands of pounds for charity. Greer runs a series of art workshops and is often called upon to present to Art Groups throughout Scotland where she lives.