Item NMC/1020 - Detail of Garnethill lamp standards

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NMC/1020

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Detail of Garnethill lamp standards

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  • 1993 (Creation)

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Fine line lithograph of lamp standard with two perched birds.

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(1962-)

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Born in 1962, Shona Kinloch studied at The Glasgow School of Art from 1980-85 gaining a BA (Hons) Fine Art (Sculpture) and Post Graduate Diploma (Sculpture).
In 1988, her profile was raised when she made “Seven Glasgow Dogs” for the Glasgow Garden Festival, which resulted in a long list of public and private commissions.
She has public works in Scotland (Glasgow, Edinburgh, Perth, Ayr, Irvine, Eskbank, Hamilton, Kilmarnock and East Kilbride, where she lives); in England (Loughborough, Morecambe and Tattenhall) and further afield (on five Royal Caribbean cruise liners).
She is the winner of several awards including the Saltire Society Art in Architecture Award (1992) and the Association of Landscape Industries Sculpture Award (1999). She was elected to the Royal Glasgow Institute of The Fine Arts in 2009.

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Artist, 27.01.2010.

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Lithograph, black ink on paper

Dimensions: 296 x 295 mm

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