Ian MacIntyre

Biography and exhibitions

Ian MacIntyre comes from Tummel Bridge in central Perthshire/Scotland. He studied painting at Edinburgh College of Art from 1976-81. His work is now part of several public collections including the City Art Centre Edinburgh and Perth Museum and Art Gallery. He paints and prints at his home in the East Neuk of Fife.

He was taught by Elizabeth Blackadder, John Huston, David Michie and Robin Philipson and has a first class hons. degree in painting.
He won the PAF award in the Edinburgh RSA show a couple of years ago for one of his legendary large relief prints.

He says repeatedly, ‘The artists I like best have all developed their own individual styles and are very good at composing.’

Exhibitions – too many to mention but here we go:  Artistic License – London, Aberdeen Art Fair, Aviemore Gallery, Billcliffe Glasgow, Bircham Gallery – Norfolk, Catherine Miller gallery – London, City Art Centre – Edinburgh, Dobbs Ferry- New York, Dundee Contemporary Arts (ongoing), Dundas St Gallery – Edinburgh, East Neuk Open Studios, Edinburgh Printmakers (ongoing), England and Co. London, Eton applied arts, Fisherton Mill Gallery, Independent – Edinburgh, Mall Galleries – London, Kinghorn Station Gallery, Mackenzie-McGill – Kirkaldy, McLure Art, Glasgow, Mill on the Fleet Gallery, Molesey  London, Niedermaier – New York, Open Eye – Edinburgh, Outbye Gallery, Pittenweem, Perth Gallery and Museum (permanent collection), Plein Air – London, Pittenweem Arts Festival (annually), Phillips – Glasgow, Peter Potter – Haddington, Pyramid Gallery, York, Rostra Gallery, Bath, Royal Scottish Academy – Edinburgh (many times), Royal Glasgow Institute,  SSA – Edinburgh, Shoreline Studio – Aberdour, Strathearn Gallery, Crieff, Sun Gallery – Newburgh, Station Gallery, Richmond, Usher Hall, Edinburgh, WASPS, Edinburgh (several times),  Weem Gallery, Pittenweem,  Weare Kunst, Derbyshire.

Forthcoming show: Pyramid Gallery, York – early November 2021 till early January 2022.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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