Lorna McIntosh RSA
Lorna McIntosh RSA’s work relates to ideology from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
The work, although highly personal, is informed by her research which encompasses the work of Goethe; 18th century chemistry; early palaeontology; mineralogy and emblematic. McIntosh explores the connections and affinities between her different areas of research and issues of a more personal nature. The resulting work has layers of meaning – personal, philosophical and relating to the physical world.
McIntosh studied painting at Edinburgh College of Art, graduating with BA Hons in 1995 and an MFA in 1997. She has won numerous awards, including the RSA John Kinross (1997) and RSA Salvesen (2002) travel scholarships. Public collections include: Royal Academy; Art in Healthcare Scotland, and Alastair Salvesen Trust.
Scottish Drawings31 January - 1 March 2015RSA Lower Galleries Free entry An investigation into contemporary drawing by Royal Scottish Academicians and invited artists. The exhibition also fincludes a selection of historic works from the RSA Collections. Exhibiting Academicians: Michael Agnew, Mary Bourne, Gordon Bryce, William Brotherston, Alfons Bytautus, Joyce W Cairns, James Castle, Annie Cattrell, J...