Tag Archives: Janine Mackintosh


It’s a writing joy to be part of the Island to Inland project, to observe the artists in their studios and environments, to witness the creative process and making of the artworks, and to report on them. I unashamedly admire artists, their creative sparks and realisations of their ideas. All ten artists of the Island […]

Death and life

Announcement: Transmission of Janine Mackintosh’s mesmerising artforms is about to be disrupted. But don’t panic – the signature circles, natural forms and repeating elements remain, just differently. Janine’s ‘loosening of her tight aesthetic’ for the Island to Inland project tells a compelling story in both deed and theme – of the corrosive force of salinity […]