Alison Kinnaird

One of the world's leading engravers, with work in public, royal and private collections throughout Europe, America and the Far East. The glass ranges from small intimate pieces, to architectural installations which incorporate light and colour. A recipient of many awards and winner of many competitions, her contribution was recognised in 1997, when she was presented with an M.B.E. for services to art and music. Concepts My work uses the human figure as its subject along with the unique qualities of glass - its transparency, reflection and distortion. Light, colour and working on a much larger scale have recently added a new element to the pieces. Influences Ancient cultures/myths, The human figure, Psychology, own gender (Female),, Scottish Career path 2003 Tutor, Corning Studio of Glass, USA 2002 Tutor, Bildwerk Frauenau, Germany 2002 Awarded 'Creative Scotland' Award - £25,000 - to work on a major project incorporating glass and music 2001 Tutor, Corning Studio of Glass, USA 1997 Awarded MBE for services to Art and Music 1970 Special Student, Edinburgh College of Art 1970 Workshop Training with Harold Gordon 1969 MA Celtic Studies & Archaeology, Edinburgh University read full statement

Location Temple, Scotland