Towards Luskentyre, Harris II (Framed)

by Marion MacPhee

This monotype by Marion MacPhee is part of a group show In-between, currently on display across the Sir Hugh Casson Room and the Belle Shenkman Room in the Keeper's House from 5 September 2023 to 11 February 2024.

‘I aim to draw the viewer into personal contemplation through representations of the natural world. I work in both monotype and etching; each allows a unique style of mark-making that conveys an elemental sense of landscape.' - Marion MacPhee


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Artwork details

Material Monotype
Dimensions 122.5 x 72cm

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Product story

In-between highlights the work of four contemporary artists exploring and depicting coastal environments. Through their distinctive processes, each journeys near and far, documenting land and sea in situ before developing prints through extended studio-based practice. Responding to the ephemeral nature of the planet, the show invites us to reflect on our relationship to the natural world and our collective presence within it.

From Japanese woodcut and monotype to screenprint and intaglio, this display celebrates a diverse and exciting range of printmaking techniques.

About Marion MacPhee

Marion MacPhee graduated from the Edinburgh College of Art, and exhibits widely in the UK.MacPhee says, “Growing up on the Isle of Skye you are never more than five miles from the sea. It is this connection that has had a dominant influence upon my work; exploring themes relating to natural environment, history and mythology in an attempt to capture the... Go to artist page