Alasdair Wallace was born in Glasgow 1967 and studied at The Glasgow School of Art from 1987 to 1991. On graduation he travelled to Italy with the John Kinross Scholarship from the Royal Scottish Academy.
He has received numerous other awards since then including the Guthrie Medal from the RSA, the Walter Scott Award from the RSW and The City of Glasgow College Award from the RGI. In 2018 he received the W Gordon Smith Award at the annual exhibition of the Society of Scottish Artists in Edinburgh.
He continues to live and work in Glasgow. In the summer of 2019 Glasgow Print Studio hosted Wallace’s largest solo show to date and the first in his hometown in two decades.
He also has had exhibitions at the Tatha Gallery in Newport on Tay, Rebecca Hossack Gallery in London, the Open Eye Gallery in Edinburgh and the Compass Gallery in Glasgow as well as the Featured Artist exhibition ‘230 volts’ at Glasgow Print Studio in September 2015. His work was included in ‘INK’, an exhibition curated from the archives of Glasgow Print Studio by Sam Ainsley, David Harding and Sandy Moffat in 2017. Most recently he took part in LOWLANDS at Oxford House, Glasgow as part of the Lowlands Artists Collective.
Medium: Etching, edition of 20
Dimensions: 50cm x 32cm image size (65 x 46cm paper size)