Euphemia MacTavish

Euphemia MacTavish studied at Edinburgh College of Art gaining a BA and MA, and later B Ed;  worked as a Freelance Illustrator in London, in various magazines and Exhibiting with ‘European Illustration’ in the Pompidou Centre Paris in 1977; was Subject Leader in Printmaking in Maidstone College of Art KIAD in 1988 to 91 and from 1994 Senior Lecturer in Printmaking at Canterbury Christ Church University in Kent.

From late 1980’s she has made Paintings, Prints, Dawings, and small ‘Art’ films, a 16 metre Panorama of the Ramesseum Temple Luxor, Egypt, many watercolour and drawn notebooks, recently a series of 60 etchings inspired by the archaeological sites and rituals of Ancient spaces in West Bank Luxor Temples and Tombs.  She lives and works in Canterbury, and in Luxor for three months of the year’.

Euphemia MacTavish 1st April 2021