Thu, 02 Dec | 18 Holywell Hill, St Albans AL1 1BZ, UK

Interpretations- Diane Maclean solo exhibition PRIVATE VIEW

Join us for the private view of this exciting exhibition showcasing the work of distinguished sculptor and environmental artist Diane Maclean. Diane has exhibited widely in the UK and around the world. Her work can be seen in places such as Leeds Castle (current) and Burghley House.
Interpretations- Diane Maclean solo exhibition PRIVATE VIEW

Time & Location

02 Dec, 18:00 – 20:00
18 Holywell Hill, St Albans AL1 1BZ, UK

About the Event

Diane Maclean is an artist based in St Albans who over the last 30 years has created a vast array of public artworks. Her sculptures have been installed in places such as Leeds Castle (current) and and Burghley House. Her most recent solo exhibition was at Salisbury Cathedral (2019).

Diane Maclean was born in London of Scottish descent. She studied Modern Languages at University College London (1956-59) and then lived abroad with her husband mainly in Africa between 1961 and 1975. Throughout the 1970’s she won many portrait commissions in Europe, USA, Canada and South Africa and exhibited at the Royal Society of Portrait Painters.

Between  1980-85, she studied sculpture at the Hertfordshire College of Art & Design. Her current career was launched after being included in the ‘New Contemporaries’ exhibition in 1986 and since then she has participated in numerous shows in the UK, Europe, Scandinavia, Canada and Eastern Asia. Diane's practice includes public commissions and temporary installations, such as Dundee Airport, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and Xscape Milton Keynes.

Schedule


  • 2 hours

    Private View

    Collective Gallery

  • 150 hours

    Interpretations Exhibition

    Collective Gallery

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