Frances Walker - PrintmakerRSA, RSW Born: 1930
Place of Birth: Kirkcaldy
Born in Kirkcaldy in 1930, Frances Walker studied at Edinburgh College of Art and then took up a post as visiting teacher of art for the Hebrides. This experience engendered in her a life-long love of wild and desolate places and since then she has chosen to depict the most remote landscapes, her compositions usually based on coastal reaches, craggy rocks and deserted beaches.
Moving to Aberdeen, Walker took up a post at Gray's School of Art, where she taught for many years. Since retirement, she has divided her time between Aberdeen and the Western Isles, especially Tiree, where she owns a thatched cottage, but more recently has also travelled further afield - her latest inspiration being the even wilder and more desolate landscape of the Antarctic and South Georgia.
On the Way to Cruden Bay2016screenprintH:29.5cm W:100cm£900 (framed)
Wild Shore, Tiree2015etching with screenprintH:62cm W:91.5cm£1,680 (framed)
Shore Pool, near Achmelvich2014etching 2 plateH:86cm W:58cm£1,380 (framed)
Achmelvich Landscape2012etching and chine colleH:79cm W:56cm£1,365 (framed)
Portcullis House Rooftops2012screenprintH:36.5cm W:50cm£450 (framed)
Petrel, South Georgia2010etching and aquatintH:40cm W:71cm£1,050 (framed)
Rock Pool Cleft1996steel plate etching and watercolour hand tintH:88cm W:61cm£1,675 (framed)
In a Hailuoto House1979lithograph 2 stoneH:44cm W:58cm£700 (framed)
The Deserted Housec,1985lithograph and screenprintH:32cm W:53cm£650 (framed)