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Edinburgh College of Art

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    We will frame your print in our contemporary White 'Polcore' A3 size frame (size 450mm x 327mm x 32mm) with square / clean edges, a sligtly grained 'mid sheen' finish and supplied with a quality 2mm clear perspex front (i.e. not glass), which is protected by a 'peel off' film. A popular feature of this frame is the 18mm space between the perspex front and the print which give the framed artwork some visual depth. Frame ready to hang or stand either way. For UK Deliveries only!

    We will frame your print in our contemporary Black 'Polcore' A3 size frame (size 450mm x 327mm x 32mm) with square / clean edges, a sligtly grained 'mid sheen' finish and supplied with a quality 2mm clear perspex front (i.e. not glass), which is protected by a 'peel off' film. A popular feature of this frame is the 18mm space between the perspex front and the print which give the framed artwork some visual depth. Frame ready to hang or stand either way. FOR UK DELIVERIES ONLY!

Description

Edinburgh College of Art (ECA) is an A3 print by Libby Walker.

Taken from her original drawing, this print shows the architecutre of the ECA building combined intricate details, memories of the artist’s time studying there and alumni of the Art School.

The impressive list of alumni illustrated includes the internationally acclaimed Elizabeth Blackadder.  This estimed artist often seen working Glasgow Print Studio and is held in great regard by Libby Walker. Blackadder retired from teaching at ECA in 1986, which is the year Walker was born.  Aileen Paterson is the celebrated writer and illustrator of Maisie Mackenzie, the Scottish kitten books whose humours and warm stories have a fond place in Edinburgh’s collective childhood.  Finally, artist Rachel Maclean represented Scotland in 2017’s Venice Biannale and Libby Walker was there to assist and support, along with a handful of others.  You will see in the right hand corner the friends that accompanied her on this trip. They are all dressed up for their end of year party, known as The Revel.  That year the theme was Roald Dahl and the evenings celebrations and hand crafted costumes were all created thematically.  This tradition goes back generations through the art school history.

Created by Libby Walker for the “Crag & Tale” exhibition which encouraged illustrators to look at Edinburgh from a different perspective. Curated by Nicky Brooks at the Red Door Gallery you can read more about this exhibition here.

A3 Digital Print based on the artists original ink and watercolour.Signed by the Artist.

 

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