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Nicola McInally

Nicola McInally
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In 2019 Nicola was awarded the Visual Arts and Craft Makers Award: Fife. This has enabled her to become a member of Fife Dunfermline Printmakers Workshop where the focus of her work is exploring different etching techniques and how this traditional form of practice can be used to convey personal memory and autobiography in her artwork. Nicola continues work with mixed media and fragments of previous prints or offcuts often find their way into her new work. Nicola McInally’s work contemplates the intersectionality of process and materials, motherhood, autobiography and landscape.
2021
Dec -PRINT 21, Dunfermline Library & Galleries,
Community Library
Jul - Printed Elements, SSA Online Exhibition
Jun - Aberdeen Artist Society Online Exhibition
Jun - Paisley Art Institute: Scottish Drawing Competition
Jun - Berrylaw Perspective Exhibition, Andrew Carnegie
Birthplace Museum, Dunfermline
Jan - TIDES CHANGING|CHANGING TIDES, SSA

2020
Nov - Edinburgh Macmillan Art Show 2020
Mar - Embody without Burden, RGI
Jan - Fife Dunfermline Printmaking Workshop Show,
Frames Gallery, Perth

Dec 2019 - Winter Exhibition, The Meffan Gallery, Forfar
Feb 2019 - Recipient of Visual Artist and Craft Maker
Awards(VACMA): Fife

2018
June - 10 x10, Junction Arts, Aberdeen

Dec 2013-June 2018: Maternity/Family Leave

17th July-11th Sept 2013 - (Solo Exhibition) Melodic Memory,
Grampian Hospitals Art Trust

Group Shows until 2012
WASPS West Park Place, Edinburgh/Christmas Showcase, Cakebreads, Oban
Annual Exhibition, Society for Scottish Artists,
Dumyat
  • Nicola McInally
  • Dumyat
  • Etching
Where My Story Begins
  • Nicola McInally
  • Where My Story Begins
  • Mixed Media
Where My Story Begins
  • Nicola McInally
  • Where My Story Begins
  • Mixed Media
Always There
  • Nicola McInally
  • Always There
  • Mixed Media
After the Calm
  • Nicola McInally
  • After the Calm
  • Etching
Waiting for the Sun
  • Nicola McInally
  • Waiting for the Sun
  • Chine Colle

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