Delighted to have a double page feature in the Scottish Farmer's Country Lifestyle magazine (Sat 29th September edition). View feature here >
Invited to exhibit in Caithness Horizons, "The Big Picture" - 10 Big Paintings, 10 Big Artists
27th July - 28th August 2018
Invited to exhibit in the Lyth Arts Centre Summer Exhibition "From Wifey to Wifie"
29th June - 9th Sept 2018
First solo exhibition of carbon drawings, pastels and prints opens on 26th March 2018 at The Dundas Street Gallery, 6 Dundas Street, Edinburgh EH3 6HZ.
Exhibition continues 27th - 31st March, 10am - 6pm (closes 5pm Wed 28th / Sat 31st)
Joint exhibition with Caroline Dear - "A Layered Land" at Timespan, Helmsdale
19th November 2016 - 5th Feb 2017
"NORLANDS" - first solo exhibition of Caithness landscapes opens on 20th November at North Lands Creative Glass Gallery, Quatre Bras, Lybster, Caithness.
Exhibition continues 23rd Nov - 18th Dec 10am - 4pm.
Self penned article on the Flow Country series published in May 2015 edition of The Jackdaw, an art publication which aims to inform and entertain about aspects of art that are in the news.
Chosen by Federation of British Artists to show work in the third annual FBA Futures exhibition of outstanding art graduates as selected by FBA members.
Chosen for Saatchi long-list New Sensations award.
Winner of the 2014 Hermione Hammond Drawing Award.
The Hermione Hammond Drawing Award was established in 2012 to annually give £4000 to the final year under-graduate student graduating from a UK art college who produced the finest representational drawing.
Hermione Hammond (1910 - 2005) believed that the not so simple act of just ‘looking’ made for a richer life of greater understanding. And that for the artist, the stillness and concentrated, non-judgemental observation of drawing was vital for the more effective practice of their art - whatever their medium and mode of expression.
Magi is delighted to have won this prestigious award with the second of two big carbon drawings which she submitted for her final exhibition.
Winner of ECA inaugural Astaire Art Prize.
The Astaire Art Prize champions outstanding undergraduate work by third or fourth year students at ECA. To enter the competition, students were asked to submit a single entry - a drawing, painting or sculpture on a ‘domestic scale’- along with a supporting statement (one page of A4) about the work. Entries were initially assessed by a shortlisting panel.
Ten were then presented for the consideration of the Astaire Art Prize Committee, comprising the prize’s sponsor, Mark Astaire (a University of Edinburgh politics graduate), together with ECA's Gordon Brennan (Undergraduate Programme Director – Painting), Gordon Munro (Lecturer in Sculpture) and Karen Forbes (Professor of Art).
Magi's prize-winning carbon drawing, Forsinard Flows, is part of a wider body of work based on a vast area of peatland bog in the far north of Scotland known as
Forsinard Hummocks, Magi's carbon drawing which won The Hermione Hammond Drawing Award.