Rod McIntosh – Artist

Rod McIntosh is an artist with his studio in the midst of the English countryside of rural Kent. He works between Kent and London as an exhibiting artist building a national and international profile of his work.

Rod McIntosh studied figurative sculpture in Sheffield, graduating in 1992. He maintained a dynamic practice alongside a successful Arts Management and academic career until 2009 when Rod returned full-time to the studio.

His current work as a mark-maker lies within the tradition of drawing. With his body, the breath along with materials, and repetitive often-obsessive processes, focuses an attention to the present. Observing and recording the moment of creation within a continuum.

He speaks of them as;

“Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.”

Process is central within the painting practice of Rod McIntosh. His mark making has a fluidity and honesty that reveals itself through a muted pallet of monotones. This lends the work a striking and minimal appearance, which coalesces with the quiet sensitivity to his materials, time invested and action.

Through rehearsal, the mark-making is an embodiment of a gestural flow with the breath that is privately performed.

For McIntosh the provenances and particular characteristics of each material are of great importance. Following closely traditional eastern recipes for archival inks and pastes he works upon delicate Chinese papers that absorb every fluid movement as he accepts the brevity of a final committed stroke.

Presence and concentration is key to his practice in cultivating a meditative quality. Examining his temporal gestures, alongside ideas of mindfulness, permanence, attachment and acceptance.

‘Crown’ is a beautiful Original Indian ink painting from artist Rod McIntosh.

Price: £1650

Original

‘Crown’ is an original Indian ink painting with charcoal dust and 24ct gold leaf on Chinese mulberry paper mounted with rice starch paste to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on canvas.

It is presented in a white wooden tray frame.

2017

105x105cm

‘PASSAGES OF A JOURNEY 11’ IS AN ORIGINAL BY ABSTRACT ARTIST, ROD MCINTOSH

Price: £500

Original

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, charcoal paste, resin coated

2018

30cm Diameter

‘PASSAGES OF A JOURNEY 10’ IS AN ORIGINAL BY ABSTRACT ARTIST, ROD MCINTOSH

Price: £500

Original

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, charcoal paste, resin coated

2018

30cm Diameter

‘PASSAGES OF A JOURNEY 5’ IS AN ORIGINAL BY ABSTRACT ARTIST, ROD MCINTOSH

SOLD

Original

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, charcoal paste, resin coated

2018

30cm Diameter

‘THE SPACE BETWEEN’ IS AN ORIGINAL TWO TONDO PIECE BY ABSTRACT ARTIST, ROD MCINTOSH

Price: SOLD

Original

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, gesso and copper leaf, resin coated

2018

120cm Diameter

‘PASSAGES OF A JOURNEY 7’ IS A STUNNING ORIGINAL BY ARTIST, ROD MCINTOSH

SOLD

Original

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, charcoal paste, resin coated

2018

30cm diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: £2400

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, charcoal paste, gesso, matt varnish and 24 carat gold leaf on bole.

From Rod McIntosh’s ‘Eccentric Moments’ Series.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

80cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: £2400

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, charcoal paste, gesso, matt varnish and 24 carat gold leaf on bole.

From Rod McIntosh’s ‘Eccentric Moments’ Series.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

80cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: £3600

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, gesso, matt varnish.

From Rod McIntosh’s ‘Eccentric Moments’ Series.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

100cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: £3600

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, gesso, matt varnish and 24 carat gold leaf on bole.

From Rod McIntosh’s ‘Eccentric Moments’ Series.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

100cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: SOLD

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, gesso, matt varnish and 24 carat gold leaf on bole.

From Rod McIntosh’s ‘Eccentric Moments’ Series.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

100cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: £4800

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, charcoal paste, gesso, matt varnish and 24 carat gold leaf on bole.

From Rod McIntosh’s ‘Eccentric Moments’ Series.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

120cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: £4800

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, charcoal paste, gesso, matt varnish and 24 carat gold leaf on bole.

From Rod McIntosh’s ‘Eccentric Moments’ Series.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

120cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: £4800

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, gesso, matt varnish and 24 carat gold leaf on bole.

From Rod McIntosh’s ‘Eccentric Moments’ Series.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

120cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: £4800

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, gesso, matt varnish and 24 carat gold leaf on bole.

From Rod McIntosh’s ‘Eccentric Moments’ Series.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

120cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: £4000

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, gesso, matt varnish and 24 carat gold leaf on bole.

From Rod McIntosh’s ‘Eccentric Moments’ Series.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

100cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: SOLD

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, bole, 24 carat gold leaf resin coated.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

40cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: SOLD

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, bole, 24 carat gold leaf resin coated.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

40cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: SOLD

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, bole, 24 carat gold leaf resin coated.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

40cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: SOLD

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, bole, 24 carat gold leaf resin coated.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

40cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: SOLD

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, bole, 24 carat gold leaf resin coated.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

40cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: SOLD

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, bole, 24 carat gold leaf resin coated.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

40cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: SOLD

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, bole, 24 carat gold leaf resin coated.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

40cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: SOLD

Indian ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on panel, gesso and copper leaf, resin coated.

This work is from Rod McIntosh’s ‘Eccentric Moments’ Series that explores the form of an ellipse: an off-centre/eccentric circle that is created with a more fluid and dynamic brush stroke, often a mix of speed and weight on the paper, giving a difference in the mark the brush makes. This series works with the tension between a rehearsed, planned and intended mark (the ellipse) and the unplanned, unintentional drips of ink from the laden brush. The notions of the perfect and imperfect, being present and the parts either side of the moment, and bringing beauty and attention to this.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

120cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: SOLD

Ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) gesso and 24 carat gold leaf on birch panel, bees wax polished edges.

This work is from Rod McIntosh’s ‘Eccentric Moments’ Series that explores the form of an ellipse: an off-centre/eccentric circle that is created with a more fluid and dynamic brush stroke, often a mix of speed and weight on the paper, giving a difference in the mark the brush makes. This series works with the tension between a rehearsed, planned and intended mark (the ellipse) and the unplanned, unintentional drips of ink from the laden brush. The notions of the perfect and imperfect, being present and the parts either side of the moment, and bringing beauty and attention to this.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

90cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: SOLD

Ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) gesso and 24 carat gold leaf on birch panel, bees wax polished edges.

This work is from Rod McIntosh’s ‘Eccentric Moments’ Series that explores the form of an ellipse: an off-centre/eccentric circle that is created with a more fluid and dynamic brush stroke, often a mix of speed and weight on the paper, giving a difference in the mark the brush makes. This series works with the tension between a rehearsed, planned and intended mark (the ellipse) and the unplanned, unintentional drips of ink from the laden brush. The notions of the perfect and imperfect, being present and the parts either side of the moment, and bringing beauty and attention to this.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

110cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: SOLD

Ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) gesso and 24 carat gold leaf on birch panel, bees wax polished edges.

This work is from Rod McIntosh’s ‘Eccentric Moments’ Series that explores the form of an ellipse: an off-centre/eccentric circle that is created with a more fluid and dynamic brush stroke, often a mix of speed and weight on the paper, giving a difference in the mark the brush makes. This series works with the tension between a rehearsed, planned and intended mark (the ellipse) and the unplanned, unintentional drips of ink from the laden brush. The notions of the perfect and imperfect, being present and the parts either side of the moment, and bringing beauty and attention to this.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

110cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: SOLD

Ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) gesso and 24 carat gold leaf on birch panel, bees wax polished edges.

This work is from Rod McIntosh’s ‘Eccentric Moments’ Series that explores the form of an ellipse: an off-centre/eccentric circle that is created with a more fluid and dynamic brush stroke, often a mix of speed and weight on the paper, giving a difference in the mark the brush makes. This series works with the tension between a rehearsed, planned and intended mark (the ellipse) and the unplanned, unintentional drips of ink from the laden brush. The notions of the perfect and imperfect, being present and the parts either side of the moment, and bringing beauty and attention to this.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

50cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: SOLD

Ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) gesso and 24 carat gold leaf on birch panel, bees wax polished edges.

This work is from Rod McIntosh’s ‘Eccentric Moments’ Series that explores the form of an ellipse: an off-centre/eccentric circle that is created with a more fluid and dynamic brush stroke, often a mix of speed and weight on the paper, giving a difference in the mark the brush makes. This series works with the tension between a rehearsed, planned and intended mark (the ellipse) and the unplanned, unintentional drips of ink from the laden brush. The notions of the perfect and imperfect, being present and the parts either side of the moment, and bringing beauty and attention to this.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

90cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: SOLD

Ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) gesso and 24 carat gold leaf on birch panel, bees wax polished edges.

This work is from Rod McIntosh’s ‘Eccentric Moments’ Series that explores the form of an ellipse: an off-centre/eccentric circle that is created with a more fluid and dynamic brush stroke, often a mix of speed and weight on the paper, giving a difference in the mark the brush makes. This series works with the tension between a rehearsed, planned and intended mark (the ellipse) and the unplanned, unintentional drips of ink from the laden brush. The notions of the perfect and imperfect, being present and the parts either side of the moment, and bringing beauty and attention to this.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

90cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: SOLD

Ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) gesso on birch panel. Framed.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

120cm Diameter

A stunning original work by Rod McIntosh

Price: SOLD

Ink on Chinese mulberry paper, mounted to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) gesso, copper leaf, and resin coated on birch panel.

This work has copper leaf around the edge to produce a reflected orange light, like a halo.

Rod McIntosh’s current work is in the tradition of drawing, following traditional eastern ink recipes on delicate Chinese papers. His mark-making is a process guided by mindfulness, each fluid movement with his brush is connected to his body and breath in a manner of meditation. Being an artist, for Rod, is not just about being defined by the time and work created in the studio and the bricks and mortar of a studio, it is an all-encompassing part of who he is and vital to who he is. These rituals, these activities are the pillars to support that creativity and well-being. He speaks of his works as; “Physical meditations, that offers himself, and the viewer, a moment to pause.” The muted, monotone palette of his striking, minimalist works echo the quiet and calm meditative state that is so integral to his process.

“The black and white mark is an original ink painting created with one single gestural flow that I have rehearsed, choreographed, embodying the movement of my feet, arms, whole body and the brush whilst registering the breath; the inhale/exhale. After a time, when I feel I am in the flow and the mark is good to be seen, I use an ink and water solution to see what the movement I have registered to muscle memory looks like. Any revisions to the movement can be made and the image is discarded or wiped away. Again I will practice the mark with a wet brush as it behaves/feels differently to dry brush. And only when I feel confident, present in the moment do I dip the brush into the full ink solution and make the mark. You get one chance to record the moment.”

120cm Diameter

‘The Moment Before vi.’ is a beautiful Original Indian ink painting from artist Rod McIntosh.

SOLD

Original

‘The Moment Before vi.’ is an original Indian ink painting with 24ct gold leaf on Chinese mulberry paper mounted with rice starch paste to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm).

The piece is framed in a black stained wood.

2017

64.5x64.5cm

‘The Moment Before v.’ is a beautiful Original Indian ink painting from artist Rod McIntosh.

SOLD

Original

‘The Moment Before v.’ is an original Indian ink painting with 24ct gold leaf on Chinese mulberry paper mounted with rice starch paste to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm).

The piece is framed in a black stained wood.

2017

64.5x64.5cm

‘Inner Strength’ is a beautiful Original Indian ink painting from artist Rod McIntosh.

Price: £1650

Original

‘Inner Strength’ is an original Indian ink painting with charcoal dust and 24ct gold leaf on Chinese mulberry paper mounted with rice starch paste to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on canvas.

It is presented in a white wooden tray frame.

2017

105x105cm

‘Hold It Tight’ is a beautiful Original Indian ink painting from artist Rod McIntosh.

Price: £1650

Original

‘Hold It Tight’ is an original Indian ink painting with charcoal dust and 24ct gold leaf on Chinese mulberry paper mounted with rice starch paste to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on canvas.

It is presented in a white wooden tray frame.

2017

105x105cm

‘Close Enough’ is a stunning Original ink painting  from artist Rod McIntosh.

Price: £2200

Original

‘Close Enough’ is an original ink painting on Chinese mulberry paper mounted with rice starch paste to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) stretched on board.

The work has then been gilded with copper leaf before being resin glazed.

2016

80cm Diameter

‘Safe Within’ is an Original Indian ink painting from artist Rod McIntosh.

Price: £1500

Original

‘Safe Within’ is an original Indian ink painting with charcoal dust on Chinese mulberry paper mounted with rice starch paste to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on canvas.

2017

105x105cm

‘Pucker Up’ is an Original Indian ink painting from artist Rod McIntosh.

Price: £2900

Original

‘Pucker Up’ is an original Indian ink painting with charcoal dust on Chinese mulberry paper mounted with rice starch paste to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) on canvas.

It is presented in a black stained wooden tray frame.

2017

185x105cm

‘Sense Of Place’ is a stunning Original ink painting which is part of the ‘Tondo’ series from artist Rod McIntosh.

SOLD

Original

‘Sense Of Place’ is an original ink painting on Chinese mulberry paper mounted with rice starch paste to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) stretched on board.

The work has then been gilded with copper leaf before being resin glazed.

2017

40cm Diameter

‘Tear’ is a stunning Original ink painting which is part of the ‘Tondo’ series from artist Rod McIntosh.

Price: £650

Original

‘Tear’ is an original ink painting on Chinese mulberry paper mounted with rice starch paste to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) stretched on board.

The work has then been gilded with copper leaf before being resin glazed.

2017

40cm Diameter

‘Concrete & Coral’ is a stunning Original ink painting which is part of the ‘Tondo’ series from artist Rod McIntosh.

SOLD

Original

‘Concrete & Coral’ is an original ink painting on Chinese mulberry paper mounted with rice starch paste to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) stretched on board.

The work has then been gilded with copper leaf before being resin glazed.

2017

40cm Diameter

‘Mark Your Ground’ is a stunning Original ink painting which is part of the ‘Tondo’ series from artist Rod McIntosh.

SOLD

Original

‘Mark Your Ground’ is an original ink painting on Chinese mulberry paper mounted with rice starch paste to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) stretched on board.

The work has then been gilded with copper leaf before being resin glazed.

2016

40cm Diameter

‘Absence’ is a stunning Original ink painting which is part of the ‘Tondo’ series from artist Rod McIntosh.

SOLD

Original

‘Absence’ is an original ink painting on Chinese mulberry paper mounted with rice starch paste to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) stretched on board.

The work has then been gilded with copper leaf before being resin glazed.

2017

40cm Diameter

‘Bond’ is a stunning Original ink painting which is part of the ‘Tondo’ series from artist Rod McIntosh.

SOLD

Original

‘Bond’ is an original ink painting on Chinese mulberry paper mounted with rice starch paste to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) stretched on board.

The work has then been gilded with copper leaf before being resin glazed.

2017

40cm Diameter

‘Rift’ is a stunning Original ink painting which is part of the ‘Tondo’ series from artist Rod McIntosh.

SOLD

Original

‘Rift’ is an original ink painting on Chinese mulberry paper mounted with rice starch paste to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) stretched on board.

The work has then been gilded with copper leaf before being resin glazed.

2017

40cm Diameter

‘A Comma Never a Full Stop’ is a stunning Original ink painting which is part of the ‘Tondo’ series from artist Rod McIntosh.

SOLD

Original

‘A Comma Never a Full Stop’ is an original ink painting on Chinese mulberry paper mounted with rice starch paste to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) stretched on board.

The work has then been gilded with copper leaf before being resin glazed.

2017

40cm Diameter

‘Insula’ is a stunning Original ink painting which is part of the ‘Tondo’ series from artist Rod McIntosh.

SOLD

Original

‘Insula’ is an original ink painting on Chinese mulberry paper mounted with rice starch paste to Fabriano cartridge (120gsm) and stretched on board.

The work has then been gilded with copper leaf before being resin glazed.

2017

40cm diameter