Ruth Mcintosh

Ruth Mcintosh

Ruth Mcintosh

  • Biography

    Ruth McIntosh has painted for many years and was fortunate to paint the portrait of Harold Mitchell, Jeanne Pratt, Petro Georgiou, George Dreyfuss and many other notable figures to submit to the Archibald prize. Her work has been exhibited in exhibitions such as the Hidden Faces of the Archibald consistently over the last ten years. 
    Her portrait of Harold Mitchell hangs in the Eltham College ‘Harold Mitchell Performing Arts Centre’. 
    She also taught senior art for many years.
    Ruth studied the classical atelier method of oil painting under the esteemed artist David Gray in New York. She also enjoys using oils directly on the canvas. 
    Her large oils responding to the music of Mahler and her watercolor portraits of young emerging artists were exhibited at Tacit Art, Melbourne.
    She now specializes in landscapes of the Mornington Peninsula using oils. 
    More of her work can be seen at ruth-mcintosh@squarespace.com
    Exhibitions
    2019 
    Youthful Inspirations Solo Exhibition , Tacit Art Collingwood
    2018 
    Shades of Mahler Solo Exhibition , Tacit Art Collingwood
    2018 
    Hidden Faces: Victorian Salon does Refuses, PanPacific Melbourne
    2017 
    Hidden Faces: Victorian Salon does Refuses, PanPacific Melbourne
    2015 
    Hidden Faces: Victorian Salon does Refuses, PanPacific Melbourne
    2014 
    Hidden Faces: Victorian Salon does Refuses, The Age Building Melbourne
    2013 
    Hidden Faces: Victorian Salon does Refuses, Melbourne
    2012 
    Hidden Faces: Victorian Salon does Refuses, Melbourne

  • Website

    http://www.ruth-mcintosh@squarespace.com

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Ruth Mcintosh

Entrance to back beach, Rye, Victoria
27 x 32 cm Oil on Canvas $650.00

Ruth Mcintosh

‘Storm brewing’ Rye front beach, Victoria
33 x 38 cm oil on wood panel $750.00