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Marion MacPhee

Marion MacPhee

Marion MacPhee is a printmaker combining history, mythology and the natural environment in her work to capture the unique atmosphere of a place. 

Artist profile

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 atmosphere of a particular place. The language of printmaking allows me the freedom to be expressive whilst maintaining an illustrative and representational approach.” 

MacPhee’s recent solo shows include: Featured Artist at the Glasgow Print Studio and the Art Gallery, Aberdeenshire. Group shows include: The Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, The National Open Art Competition, The Royal Society of Marine Artists, London Original Print Fair, Edinburgh Macmillan Art Exhibition, Royal Society of British Artists, Mall Galleries, The Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts, and Aberdeen Artists Society.

Photo: James Murphy (Glasgow Print Studio)