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Hamish MacDonald ‘A Retrospective’ – Glasgow 2013

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‘A Retrospective’ Exhibition. 

 
‘The Orange Box Gallery’ at The Lighthouse, Glasgow – 9th-10th November 2013
Lighthouse GlasgowThe exhibition will be a rare chance to see Hamish MacDonald’s
stylistic development throughout his career, with an emphasis on
his wide-ranging skill and proficiency across multiple artistic disciplines,
as per his art school training. Contact us for more information.
 

 

There is also a Limited Edition Hardback Book to accompany the Retrospective Exhibition.

Retrospective Exhibition - limited edition hardback book
A Retrospective

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Hamish MacDonald ‘A Retrospective’ – Glasgow 2013

Retrospective Exhibition - limited edition hardback book

Forthcoming Exhibition.

 
‘The Orange Box Gallery’ at The Lighthouse, Glasgow – 9th-10th November 2013
Lighthouse GlasgowThe exhibition will be a rare chance to see Hamish MacDonald’s
stylistic development throughout his career, with an emphasis on
his wide-ranging skill and proficiency across multiple artistic disciplines,
as per his art school training. Contact us for more informatio
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Glencoe Print Exhibition 2013 – Thank You!

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Thank you all again for your support and kind words during the 2013 Hamish MacDonald Print Exhibition at the National Trust For Scotland, Glencoe.

This year was a great success and I have been overwhelmed by the interest in my father’s work from visitors all round the world.

If you would like more information regarding any of my father’s prints or cards please contact me at:

nicola@hamishmacdonaldprints.com

Thank you for making the 2013 exhibition a great success!

Best Wishes,

Nicola

Photographs by Nicola MacDonald

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Glencoe ‘Thank You’

Thank you all for your support and kind words during the Hamish MacDonald Exhibition at the National Trust for Scotland, Glencoe Visitor Centre.

It was great to have an exhibition in such a wonderful place.  I hope you all enjoyed the show.

If you would like more information regards any of my fathers prints or cards, please just let me know.

nicola@hamishmacdonaldprints.com

Thank you all for making the show a great success!

Best wishes,

Nicola

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Glencoe Print Exhibition July 2012

Hamish MacDonald at the National Trust in Glencoe

Glencoe Exhibition July 2012

Glencoe & Dalness News

Glencoe Centre hosts an important collection of Scottish Art

The works of a major Scottish landscape painter are on show at the National Trust for Scotland visitor centre in Glencoe. Hamish Macdonald was renowned for his contemporary take on the colourist tradition, magically capturing the atmosphere and vitality of his subjects.

During July a selection of his prints will be on display including examples of his Giclee work from the recent ‘Retrospective Exhibition’. Glasgow born MacDonald is now widely regarded as one of Scotland’s most successful contemporary artists, following in the tradition of the famous colourists movement, with a fluid style and broad palette. During his lifetime – he died in 2008, his works were widely exhibited but this is a unique gathering of prints.

Set in one of Scotland’s most beautiful landscapes the Trust’s centre is the perfect location for this exhibition. Regular interactive displays tell the story of the area including the infamous Massacre of Glencoe, and put the scenery into context.

Facilities there include a splendid cafe, and well stocked shop. Visitors will be able to take the works of Hamish Macdonald home, in the form of cards and much sought after prints.

DATES: daily until 31 July 2012, 09.30-17.30
TICKETS: Admission is Free.

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Early Works – 2012

Since 2008 I have been fastidiously cataloguing my father’s work. Whilst he was best known for his paintings that extended the Scottish Colourist tradition, his style was constantly evolving throughout his career. The early works, to be shown here soon, will highlight a diverse range of approaches including a significant pop art influence. This early work was undertaken whilst studying Drawing and Painting at Glasgow School of Art (1963-’67) and the successive years after he graduated.

Hamish MacDonald is now widely regarded as one of Scotland’s most successful contemporary artists. Since 1964, Hamish has staged numerous solo exhibitions in Scotland and Cornwall. He also participated on group shows with prominent galleries in London and throughout the U.K. His works can be found in major collections throughout the world.

Various original works are represented as cards and Hamish’s limited edition prints are enthusiastically collected.

Hamish MacDonald – 1981
PULL UP A CHAIR - 1977
PULL UP A CHAIR – 1977
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Retrospective Exhibition 10th March – 7th April 2012

I can now confirm that my fathers Retrospective Exhibition will be opening this Saturday 10th March – 7th April 2012 in the Lemon Street Gallery, Truro, Cornwall. I realise many of you will not be able to attend due to the location. However, I hope the exhibition will make its way to Glasgow in the near future. Meantime, if you would like any further information about the exhibition please feel free to contact myself, nicola@hamishmacdonaldprints.com or the Lemon Street Gallery direct info@lemonstreetgallery.co.uk

There will be a Limited Edition Hardback book to accompany the exhibition, available from Sat 10th March 2012.

Price of the book £30.00 plus £5.00 P&P. [nicepaypallite name=”Hamish Macdonald, A Retrospective – limited edition hardback book” amount=”30.00″ shipping=”5.00″]

A selection of new Giclee Prints will also be available from this exhibition.To purchase a print or for more information please contact nicola@hamishmacdonaldprints.com

Best Wishes

Nicola