Barbara Rae CBE RA RE (b.1943) is a Scottish painter and printmaker whose acclaimed work is exhibited worldwide. Her landscapes are conveyed through her vivacious use of colour, composition and line. The works featured in this exhibition are inspired by Rae's recent expeditions to the Arctic following the Northwest Passage, charting her journey through the islands of the Hudson Strait, Canada, to mainland Greenland.
Rae chooses to visit key places that provide her with first-hand insight into an area’s specific social history. Her studies have ranged from ancient standing stones in Scotland to black blasted vines terraced on a Spanish hillside. For this particular show she has focussed on the stark but captivating topography of the Arctic Circle.
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