Artist Maeve Dixon

This Once Was Balgray Row, Home of Jock Cunningham

Maeve Dixon

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Media Monoprint
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £340.00 / $473.93
Size 60 x 59 cm
Ref 26387

Gable End Near Denny's

Maeve Dixon

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Media Monoprint
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £340.00 / $473.93
Size 63 x 59 cm
Ref 25882

School Run, Beaconsfield Road, Glasgow

Maeve Dixon

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Media Monoprint
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £380.00 / $529.69
Size 75 x 57 cm
Ref 26386

Kelvindale Under Snow

Maeve Dixon

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Media Monoprint
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £340.00 / $473.93
Size 62 x 58 cm
Ref 26390

Woodlands, Glasgow

Maeve Dixon

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Media Monoprint
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £340.00 / $473.93
Size 72 x 48 cm
Ref 26393

Down to the Harbour, Dunbar

Maeve Dixon

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Media Monoprint
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £350.00 / $487.87
Size 75 x 57 cm
Ref 25885

Virginia Street, Merchant City, Glasgow

Maeve Dixon

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Media Monoprint
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £340.00 / $473.93
Size 65 x 61 cm
Ref 25886

Darleith Doocot Ghost, Canmore

Maeve Dixon

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Media Monoprint
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £340.00 / $473.93
Size 58 x 75 cm
Ref 26388

Darleith Doocot

Maeve Dixon

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Media Monoprint
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £380.00 / $529.69
Size 58 x 69 cm
Ref 26389

Kelvin Aqueduct

Maeve Dixon

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Media Monoprint
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £320.00 / $446.05
Size 75 x 58 cm
Ref 26392

Where My Father's Friend Taught Him Banjo

Maeve Dixon

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Media Monoprint
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £340.00 / $473.93
Size 40 x 60 cm
Ref 25135

Kensington Gate, June, West End Glasgow

Maeve Dixon

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Media Monoprint
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £340.00 / $473.93
Size 77 x 59 cm
Ref 25132

Maeve grew up in Helensburgh, Argyll and now lives and makes art in Glasgow.

I enjoy working mainly in printmaking and in particular monoprinting. My subject matter at present is landscapes and buildings. Places that I have rediscovered since having a child. Where once I would have walked by now I stop and look a little bit closer and a little bit further with my son.

I wish to celebrate buildings that maybe have had the beauty of their architecture overlooked. I’m interested in the fragility of specific sites and the traces left behind by industry and people. After a break from art for a number of years I am enjoying exploring my favourite medium again.

I teach printmaking and work in arts and heritage as well as making prints on my kitchen table.'