Hilke MacIntyre

Biography and galleries

             

 

Hilke MacIntyre was born in Germany near theDanish border. She studied architecture at the College for Art & Design in Kiel and worked for various architects until she moved to Scotland in1995. Since then she has focused on printmaking, ceramics and painting, combining a simplified figurative style with bold shapes, strong colours and abstract patterns. Her work is widely exhibited in galleries throughout Britain and her linocuts and woodcuts have been used for numerous illustrations. She lives with her family in a small village near St Andrews.

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Galleries

 

Attic Gallery, Swansea

Artifex Gallery, Sutton Coldfield

Balman Gallery, Corbridge, Northumberland

Bircham Gallery, Holt Norfolk

Boo Vake, Perth Scotland

Cambridge Contemporary Art, Cambridge

Castle Gallery, Inverness

Coachhouse  Pittenweem Fife

Craft centre and Design Gallery, Leeds

Greengate Gallery and Culross Pottery, Fife

Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre, Dundee

Erwood Station Gallery, Powys

Fitch & Fellows, Thame nr Oxford

Fowey River Gallery, Fowey Cornwall

Gallery No. 4, St Abbs, Berwickshire

Galleri Pictor, Munka-Ljungby, Sweden

Gallery Q, Dundee

Greens & Blues Gallery, North Berwick

McGill Duncan Gallery, Castle Douglas

The Moreton Gallery, Moreton, Gloucestershire

Obsidian Art, Stoke Mandeville, Bucks

Old Chapel Gallery, Pembridge

Pyramid Gallery, York

Red Barn Gallery, Melkinthorpe nr Penrith

Rippingham Art, online gallery

Rostra Gallery, Bath

Saltbox Gallery Helmsley York

The Longship, Orkneys

Velvet Easel Gallery, Portobello, Edinburgh