' I explore evolving habitats, finding inspiration through manmade & natural decay processes, geological geometry and the dynamics between architecture, landscape and the elements.'
Painter and sculptor Sian MacQueen was born in Glasgow and grew up surrounded by industrial Central Scotland and its changing landscapes of the 1970-80's. She studied Sculpture at Glasgow School of Art in the early 90's, then lived in London and Edinburgh. After time out travelling across Australia, Asia and the Indian continent, Sian has spent the last 17 years living in rural Argyll, surrounded by the ancient culture of Kilmartin Glen. While bringing up her family she focused on painting for which in 2011 she was awarded a RSW. Sian has also received a number of exhibition awards from both the RSW and RGI.
Since 2017 she has returned to her sculptural roots and firing her ceramic works at her home studio she exhibits both paintings and sculptures widely across the UK.