Between the Land and the Sea: inside the show

Published 24 November 2015

Barbara Rae RA introduces our latest Art Sales range, currently on display in the Keepers’ House.

  • Selected by artist Barbara Rae RA, Between the Land and the Sea is the third in a series of themed exhibitions in the Keepers’ House, presenting limited editions and unique works of art for sale.

    The exhibition consists of works on paper, many of them limited-edition prints. “What I really want to communicate to people with this exhibition is the power of printmaking as a medium”, Rae says.

    The painter and printmaker is an enthusiastic collector of prints herself: “It’s an incredibly versatile medium – it suits every artist. I think artists often express themselves in a completely different and much more genuine way in print.”

    Alongside works by Royal Academicians such as Hughie O’Donoghue, Jock McFadyen, and Elizabeth Blackadder, Rae – who lives and works in Edinburgh – has selected works by established and emerging Scottish artists. The works are united by a common theme in that all have a connection to the land, the sea or the conjunction between the two, but in sometimes unexpected ways, as Rae explains in the short video below.

  • An introduction to 'Between the Land and the Sea'

    Barbara Rae RA, who has selected the RA’s latest Art Sales collection, discusses the range of techniques and subject matter covered by the works on display.

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