cambridge contemporary art

Ian Scott Massie

Ian Scott Massie was born in London and grew up in Buckinghamshire close to the childhood home of Paul Nash, who is an abiding influence in his work. Massie studied under Romeo di Girolamo (currently President of the Royal Society of British Artists) and began his professional career while a student at Durham University. Working first in oils, his work progressed through acrylic ink and paint before he became widely known as a watercolourist. More recently he has returned to screenprinting, which he first practised in the 1970s.

He has specialised for some time in single themed exhibitions which have included The Buildings of York, Paintings of Fountains Abbey and From William's Words. In addition to this, he exhibits regularly at galleries throughout Britain and has work in print with major publishers. His books of painting and poetry includes Under a Northern Sky, Spirit of Place and Journeys and he has written for several art magazines.

Massie holds a B.Ed. and an MA. He is a founder and events coordinator of the Masham Arts Festival and a director of Artisan Arts and Crafts Teaching Studio.

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Ian Scott Massie demonstrating how he makes his screenprints

Ian Scott Massie about his 'Places of Pilgrimage' project. This exhibition will be showing at cambridge contemporary art in April 2017.

The works illustrated below are intended to give you a taste of what the gallery has to offer, please email us on info@cambridgegallery.co.uk or call us on 01223 324222 to find out which pieces are currently available. Prices range from £75- £285.


Durham

watercolour

Uppingham

watercolour

 

Lastingham

watercolour

 

 

 

Coniston

watercolour

Major Oak

watercolour

Stockport Viaduct

watercolour

Cambridge

watercolour

 

 

 

Culloden

watercolour

Ely

watercolour

Stamford

watercolour

Tintagel

watercolour