Lot - 9 - Orla Kane - The View From Your Church
Lot - 9 - Orla Kane - The View From Your Church

Lot - 9 - Orla Kane - The View From Your Church

Coloured pencil on Primed Paper


A6 (10x15cm)

Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust 

Curated by Art City Works



Orla Kane (b.1999) is a Scottish artist based in Glasgow. She graduated from The Glasgow School of Art in 2021 before attending the Royal Drawing School's Intensive Term in 2022. Recent solo show's include Star Face, Boardroom Committee Room, Glasgow, 2023 and Daisy Chains, Stallan-Brand, Glasgow, 2022 as well as being selected for 130 Years of Scottish Society of Artist's Annual Show at the Royal Scottish Academy, 2022-23. 

Orla Kane’s practice is a poetic exchange between landscape and recollection. Her landscape subjects are rooted in the rural Scottish Borders where she spent her childhood, remembering the expanse of rolling hills and fields through car, train, and bedroom windows. Dizzying journeys clouded by daydreams alongside inherited mythologies shape the narrative of her work. 



2017 - 2021  

BA Honours (First Class) Fine Art Painting and Printmaking, The Glasgow School of Art 


Solo Shows 


Fields Adrift, Blue Shop Cottage, London, UK 


Star Face, Boardroom Committee Room, Glasgow, UK 


Daisy Chains, Stallan-Brand, Glasgow, UK 


Group Exhibitions 


Two For Joy, San Mei Gallery, London, UK 

The Forever Now, The Art Unit/ Art City Works, London, UK 

The Silo Collective, Hampshire, UK 

Works On Paper 5, Blue Shop Gallery, London, UK 

Femme, Ladies Drawing Club, Online Exhibition 


Society of Scottish Artists 130 Years Annual Exhibition, The Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, UK 

New Mythologies, Lunchtime Gallery, Glasgow, UK 

Tangible/Intangible, The Haberdashery, Glasgow, UK 

Salon Des Refusés, The Tub Hackney, London, UK 

Immediate Forms, The Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock, UK 

Perishable, The Glasgow Project Room, Glasgow, UK 

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