Lorna Edmiston

Born: Glasgow, Scotland.

Lives: Cardiff, Wales.

 

Education:

Glasgow School of Art (Fine Art)
Jordanhill College of Education

Solo exhibitions:

The Arts University at Bournemouth (Formerly Bournemouth & Poole College of Art & Design).

“Colour and Space” Bournemouth University.

Selected group exhibitions:

Lillie Art Gallery, Glasgow.

Glasgow School of Art.

The Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh Willow Tea Rooms, Glasgow.

Alpha Gallery, Swanage.

Lorna Edmiston was born in Glasgow and graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 1980. While studying Drawing and Painting under James D. Robertson and Barbara Rae, she was elected a member of the Glasgow Society of Women Artists.
 

She began teaching in Glasgow in 1981, and has taught at undergraduate and postgraduate level in Bournemouth and Cardiff, including Bournemouth University and the Arts University at Bournemouth.


Her painting is an intuitive response to landscape, colour and light; her work resides in the area between figuration and abstraction. The subject matter of landscape provides the starting point to explore the use of colour and the calligraphic qualities of paint in the studio.


The west of Scotland has continued to provide a rich source of inspiration, and since living in Wales, the Pembrokeshire coastline has been the subject of more recent works.


She was elected to the Welsh Group in 2012.
 

Further information can be found on her website www.lornaedmiston.co.uk