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artworks by  Linda Farquharson

1963    Born Aberdeen
1985        Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee. BA (Hons) Design, specialising in Illustration & printmaking
1985    Sekalski Prize for Printmaking
1986    Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee. Postgraduate Scholarship in Design, specialising in Printmaking
1993 -95    Part-time lecturer in Illustration & printmaking at DJCA
2000    Royal Caribbean Cruise Liners – commission
2007    The Folio Society – Book illustration commission

Linda M Farquharson specialises in relief printmaking; linocuts and wood engravings.  She works from her bothy studio in the heart of the Perthshire countryside.  Her work follows many themes often with rural connections – country pursuits, animals, and birds are all favourite subjects for her prints that have a strong sense of shape, colour and pattern. Her most recent work is mostly black and white with just one added colour and has been inspired by the epic poem “Paradise Lost” by John Milton.

An original print is an image created from hand cut or drawn printing blocks, plates or stencils that are used to produce a limited number of prints. The artist or the printing process itself determines the number produced. Linda’s prints are made by cutting an image into linoleum or boxwood to create a relief surface. Ink is applied to the block and then printed on to the paper using a Columbian Press.

After graduating in 1986 Linda Farquharson worked for several years as a commercial
illustrator undertaking commissions for design and advertising companies using her printmaking skills. In 1990 she purchased and restored a Columbian press, which has pride of place in her bothy studio. In 1988 she had her first solo exhibition and has continued to exhibit throughout the UK ever since.

Selected Solo and Group Exhibitions include:

1996        Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh
        Roger Billcliffe Fine Art, Glasgow
1997        Peter Potter Gallery, Haddington
1998        Broughton Gallery, Broughton
1999        Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh
        Frames Contemporary Gallery, Perth
2000        The City Art Gallery, Leicester
        Panter & Hall, London
2002        The Line Gallery, Linlithgow
2004        Bonhoga Gallery, Shetland
        Thompsons Gallery, London
        The Strathearn Gallery, Crieff
2006        The Castle Gallery, Inverness
2007        Broughton Gallery, Broughton
        Paper Tiger, Edinburgh
2008        The Line Gallery, Linlithgow
        Bianco Nero Gallery, Stokesley
        Studio One Gallery, Edinburgh
        Mansfield Park Gallery, Glasgow
2009        The Chapel Row Gallery, Bath
        Frames Gallery, Perth
2010        The Line Gallery, Linlithgow
        The Castle Gallery, Inverness

Linda also exhibits regularly with The Fry Gallery, The Society of Wood Engravers, Visual Arts Scotland, and The Royal Glasgow Institute.


The Royal Bank of Scotland                Touche Ross & Company
The Bank of Scotland                    Western General Hospital Trust
Edinburgh Fund Managers                    East Lothian NHS Art Fund
The Scottish Office                        Paintings in Hospitals Scotland
Arts & Theatres Trust Fife                    The Royal Academy Library
Manchester Metropolitan University            Trinity College Library, Hartford, CT

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