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Biography and art works by Alex Boyd



Alex Boyd was born in Germany in 1984,
and grew up on the West Coast of Scotland. Educated at the University
of Glasgow, his work has been widely exhibited with solo exhibitions
at the Scottish Parliament, and at prestigious venues such as the
Royal Scottish Academy. He is perhaps best known for his collaboration
'Sonnets' with Poet Laureate Edwin Morgan, and for his landscape
work with Victorian processes such as wet-plate collodion and
photo-gravure.



In 2012 Boyd was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Art (FRSA). 
He has worked alongside photographers such as Rankin, and Japanese master
Takeshi Shikama. His work is held in several national collections such
as the National Gallery of Scotland, The Royal Photographic Society,
The Royal Scottish Academy, as well as private collections across the
world.

Alex Boyd was born in Germany in 1984, and grew up on the West Coast
of Scotland. Educated at the University of Glasgow, his work has been
widely exhibited with solo exhibitions at the Scottish Parliament, 
European Parliament, and at prestigious venues such as the Royal
Scottish Academy. 

He is perhaps best known for his collaboration 'Sonnets' with
National Poet Laureate Edwin Morgan, and for his landscape work in
Scotland and Ireland with antique processes such as wet-plate
collodion, platinum printing and photo-gravure.

In 2012 Boyd was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Art (FRSA).
He has worked alongside photographers such as Thomas Joshua Cooper,
Rankin, and Japanese master Takeshi Shikama.


His work is held in several national collections such as The Royal
Photographic Society, National Media Museum,  National Galleries of
Scotland,  The Royal Scottish Academy, as well as private collections
across the world.


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Showing 1 - 6 of 6 art works