Lorna McIntoshRSA Born: 1974
Lorna McIntosh studied painting at Edinburgh College of Art, graduating with BA Hons in 1995 and an MFA in 1997 and was elected as a member of the Royal Scottish Academy in 2012. She has won numerous awards, including the John Kinross (1997) and Salvesen (2002) travel scholarships from the Royal Scottish Academy. In 2011, a Residencies for Scotland Award from the RSA/Creative Scotland allowed Lorna to spend three months as artist-in-residence at Balmungo House by St Andrews, the former base of the Barns-Graham Charitable Trust.
Public collections include: Royal Academy, London, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, Edinburgh College of Art, Art in Healthcare Scotland, Alastair Salvesen Trust.
A space of division and decision View details
A space of division and decision2017oil on paperH:17.5cm W:17.5cm£775Lorna McIntosh at Balmungo View details
The uncertain light of the senses View details
The uncertain light of the senses2018oil on Arches paperH:57cm W:77cmSoldPhotograph: Detail Framing StudioThe walls went on for years and years View details
The walls went on for years and years2018oil on Arches paperH:57cm W:77cmSoldPhotograph: Detail Framing StudioBetween the seen and the unseen View details
Between the seen and the unseen2018oil on Arches paperH:57cm W:77cmSoldPhotograph: Detail Framing StudioThrough the woods of experience View details
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