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Jo McIntosh

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My long standing practice of landscape photography has a particularly tranquil style and composition, in that I prefer to capture cooler, grey, washed out, autumnal weathered textures and atmospheric linear structures in a particular location. The geographies I photograph, are void of people, allowing the viewer to feel at times isolation, calm, loneliness or serenity within the particular place. I translate these photographs into paintings and screen prints and further still into tactile artist books; which can strengthen the value and importance of the visual image as a means of narration.

The materials I use are traditional book-making media, screen printed and contemporary papers, digital prints and acrylic paint with pastel, pencil and charcoal.
Eion Stewart Fine Art, Stonehaven 2021
Various small exhibitions and group exhibitions, Aberdeen 2016-2019
VAS 'Fly' exhibition 2016
Junction Arts mixed show 2016
VAS Converge exhibition 2016
RSA Open exhibition 2016
VAS VAS:t exhibition 2015 (Winner Nancy Graham Memorial Book Prize)
McNaughtans Bookshop & Gallery group show 2014
Master in Education (Artist Teacher)
The Tower
  • Jo McIntosh
  • The Tower
  • Artists Books
Silent Snowscapes
  • Jo McIntosh
  • Silent Snowscapes
  • Artists Books
Government Center
  • Jo McIntosh
  • Government Center
  • Artists Books
Lost in Bracken
  • Jo McIntosh
  • Lost in Bracken
  • Artists Books
Endless Landscapes
  • Jo McIntosh
  • Endless Landscapes
  • Artists Books