Dr Lesley Logue MA (RCA) DFA FHEA


2009 – 2014 University of East London, Professional Doctorate in Fine Art

2002 – 2004 University of East London, Post Graduate Certificate In Higher Education

2001 – 2002 University of East London, Applied learning Technologies, SEDA Accredited.

1991 Athens School of Art, Erasmus Scholarship

1990 – 1992 Royal College of Art, MA Fine Art Printmaking

1987 – 1990 Nottingham Trent University, BA (Hons) Fine Art


2022 Exhibition and conference attendance, IMPACT 12 Multidisciplinary Printmaking Conference, Supported by creative Scotland Open Fund

2021 Glass Scholarship, Glass Lab, The Glass Foundry, Stroud, Funded by The Glass Foundary and Creative Scotland Open Fund

2018 Hospitalfield Arts Interdisciplinary Residency Supported by National Lottery through Creative Scotland Open Project Fund

2012 Contemporary Art Interventions at Traquair. Sculpture commission and print publication. Supported by Edinburgh Printmakers, Traquair and Creative Scotland

2012 Directional Forces, Artoll, Germany. (Artist Residency). Supported by the University of East London Going Global Fund

2009 Beautiful Trophies, solo exhibition, Edinburgh Printmakers Gallery. Supported by the Scottish Arts Council creative and professional development bursary for new work

2005 Contemporary British Printmaking, Exhibition, Brownson Gallery, New York, Curated by Prof James Frank. Supported by the Scottish Arts Council Lottery creative development award

2004 THIS IS PUBLIC ART, Livingston town centre, West Lothian. Public Art event devised and organized by Lesley Logue. Supported by AVA Research fund, UEL

1999 Estate, Site specific exhibition, Howden House and Howden Park Centre, Livingston, Curated by Lesley Logue. This exhibition was supported by the Scottish Arts Council exhibitions award, West Lothian council’s exhibition award and Southampton Institute Research Fund

1990 Margaret Bryan Travel Scholarship, award for travel and development of new work for the Bonington Gallery, Nottingham

Selected exhibitions


Traces of Home, IMPACT 12 Multidisciplinary Printmaking Conference, Bristol (solo)

RA Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

Street Level Open, Street Level Photoworks, Glasgow

RSA Annual Exhibition,(online), Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh


SOLACE – Members Exhibition, Edinburgh Printmakers

Mouth of a Shark, The Lord Mayor’s Pavilion Gallery, Cork, Ireland


Made in Castle Mills, Edinburgh Printmakers

Thinking of Place II, NorthSite, Cairns, Australia

Thinking of Place II, Arthaus, Orakei, New Zealand


RSA Annual Exhibition, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh

Streetlevel Photography Open, Streetlevel Gallery, Glasgow


Deluge, Edinburgh Printmakers

Damaged Armour, Eastbury Manor Residency/ Exhibition, London (solo)

Thinking of Place II, Print Exhibition, IMPACT 10, Santander, Spain, September


From Paper To Gold, Edinburgh Printmakers

Process & Possibilities, (curated by Lesley Logue). Artists include William Geer, John Bellany, Andrew Mackenzie, Elspeth Lamb, Hideo Furuta, Liz Douglas, Frank Pottinger and Ian McCulloch, Edinburgh Printmakers


RCA Secret, Royal College of Art


RSA Open – Art & Architecture, RSA, The Mound, Edinburgh


RSA Open – Art & Architecture, RSA, The Mound, Edinburgh

Professional Doctorate Exhibition in Fine Art, AVA building, UEL (solo)


The Written Image, Edinburgh Printmakers working in partnership with the Scottish Poetry Library, collaborations between artists and poets

One Way Or Another II, Smart Gallery, Aberdeen. Exhibiting artists, Lesley Logue, Eric Great-Rex, Sarah Taylor and Lewis Paul, (curated by Lesley Logue)


Wild Lament, Foyer Gallery, Aberdeen (solo)

Feral Landscape, Edinburgh Printmakers

Mark Making, Foyer Gallery, Aberdeen

Reflective Histories: Contemporary Art Interventions at Traquair   

Directional Forces, ArToll, Germany


Mythical Lyrical, Sueli Turner Gallery, London

Beautiful Trophies, Edinburgh Printmakers Gallery (solo)


Dialogue, Exchange exhibition, Brownson Gallery, Manhattanville College, New York, AVA gallery UEL, London. (co-curated by Lesley Logue)


One Way Or Another, Exhibition, AVA Gallery, University of East London.(Curated by Lesley Logue and Zoe Hodgson)

Rich and Strange, Flock Gallery & Newport Central Library Newport, South Wales, An exhibition of altered books, curated by Celia Jackson.

AVA Festival of Drawing, Exhibition, AVA Gallery, University of East London.


MAKE YOUR OWN DAMN ART WORLD, MIMA Art Fair, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art. An event devised by Bob & Roberta Smith together with MIMA. Artist participant, THIS IS PUBLIC ART


Contemporary British Printmaking Exhibition, Brownson Gallery, New York


THIS IS PUBLIC ART, Livingston town centre, West Lothian


Proof, Artist Multiples, East London Design Show


The difference between you and us, Exhibition, Five years, London


The Everyday Less Ordinary, Exhibition, Soho House, London

Self-Service, Five Years, Underwood Street, London


What is love? Exhibition, Five years, London

National Print Exhibition, Mall Galleries, London

Estate, Site specific exhibition, Howden House and Howden Park Centre,Livingston. (curated by Lesley Logue)

Nanostate Reading Room, The Golders Green Club, London

Hoax, B2, Hoxton Square, London


71:40, Exhibition, Milch Gallery, Charing Cross Road, London


Collective Galley, Edinburgh (solo)


Margaret Bryan Travel Scholarship Exhibition, 3 artists, Bonnington Gallery, Nottingham


Royal College of Art printmakers, Marlbourough Graphics, London

Printmaking Portfolio, Flowers East, London


I have been involved in the curation of numerous exhibitions throughout my career. Recent curatorial activities include; Process & Possibilities, an exhibition in celebration of Edinburgh Printmakers 50th anniversary.

In August 2013 I was on the selection panel for Fabric of the Land, which explores links between art and science. This exhibition was held in the Geology Department at the University of Aberdeen and Edinburgh’s Dynamic Earth venue.

May 2013 One Way Or Another II, Smart Gallery, Aberdeen, Curated by Lesley Logue, in association with Smart Gallery. Exhibiting artists, Lesley Logue, Eric Great-Rex, Sarah Taylor and Lewis Paul.

Jan 2011 Dialogue III, Brownson Gallery, Manhattanville College, N.Y. (co-curated)

2008 – 2016, as a member of Edinburgh Printmakers Gallery working group I contributed to the curation and organization of the gallery programme at E.P. Exhibitions include; An Informed Energy Lithography And TamarindJohn Bellany Life in Print, Bronwen Sleigh: Construct and Nana Shiomi:Reverse: Universe.

Artist talks/in conversation & conference presentations  

Oct 2021 Artist talk, Olivia Irvine, Linda Kosciewicz and Michele Marcoux in conversation with artist Lesley Logue, Patriothall, Edinburgh

June 2018 Research Seminar – Art and Design at UEL, Julie Cook (Photography), Lesley Logue (Fine Art) and Bryony Quinn (Graphic Design), University of East London

April 2017 Eric Great-Rex In conversation with Artist/Educator Lesley Logue, Eric Great-Rex, My Cat Knows what I’m Thinking exhibition at Edinburgh Printmakers Gallery.

Feb 2017 Conference presentation, Printmaking in Scotland, The Scottish National Gallery.

Feb 2017 Curators talk on the exhibition Process & Possibilities and insight into Edinburgh Printmakers print archive, Printmaking in Scotland conference, Edinburgh Printmakers.

Feb 2017 Chaired the Panel Discussion, Printmaking in Scotland conference, Edinburgh Printmakers.

Sep 2014 Nana Shiomi In conversation with Artist/Educator Lesley Logue, Nana Shiomi, Reverse:Universe exhibition at Edinburgh Printmakers.

May 2013 Bronwen Sleigh In conversation with Artist/Educator Lesley Logue, Bronwen Sleigh, Construct exhibition at Edinburgh Printmakers Gallery.

May 2013 Artist talk, Lesley Logue curator of One Way Or Another II, exhibition. Smart Gallery, Aberdeen.

Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, October 2013 Creative feedback sessions for artists with Lesley Logue and Dr Norman Shaw, Edinburgh Printmakers.

Feb 2013 Lecture series, Lesley Logue, Appropriation and Authorship in Contemporary Printmaking, Edinburgh Printmakers.

Oct 2012 Conference presentation, Lesley Logue, Repetition, Appropriation, Memory and Re-enactment. “Sharing My Research” 2012 conference, School of Arts and Digital Industries in collaboration with the School of Law and Social Sciences, University of East London.

Sep 2012 Artist talk ,Traquair House. Lesley Logue discusses Reflective Histories: Contemporary Art Interventions at Traquair and the work of the artists involved, Lesley Logue, Calum Colvin, David Faithfull, Duncan Robertson, Helen Douglas, Nicola Murray and Rachel Maclean.

June 2012 Artists from Quebec Dialogue exhibition discuss their work with artist/lecturer Lesley Logue. Edinburgh Printmakers.

October 2009 Beautiful Trophies galley talk, Edinburgh Printmakers. Sarah Taylor and Dr Norman Shaw join Lesley Logue to discuss the importance and relevance of the contemporary image of the hunter in relation to the artwork in the exhibition.


Deluge 2018 Online Catalogue https://www.edinburghprintmakers.co.uk/mediaLibrary/other/english/50004013.pdf

Thinking of Place II, 2018, Exhibition Catalogue, IMPACT 10, Santander, Spain

pamphlet small

Pamphlet Series, 2018, Hospitalfield Arts, Arbroath

from paper to gold

From Paper to Gold 2018, Exhibition Catalogue, Edinburgh Printmakers, ISBN: 978-1-5272-1960-1 Artists include Alastair Clark, David Lemm, Lesley Logue, Andrew Mackenzie, Mary Maclean, Gill Tyson, Susie Wright

Logue, Lesley Ann (2018) ‘A Study of the Role of the Master Printmaker at Edinburgh Printmakers’, Journal of the Scottish Society for Art History, 22. ISSN 1362-248X

My Cat Knows What I’m Thinking 2017, Eric Great-Rex Exhibition Catalogue, With texts by Dr Lesley Logue, Philippa Perry & Mark Hampson.

reflective histories

Reflective Histories:Contemporary Art Interventions at Traquair 2012, Edinburgh Printmakers.  Artists – Calum Colvin, Helen Douglas, David Faithfull, Lesley Logue, Rachel Maclean, Nicola Murry, Duncan Robertson https://www.edinburghprintmakers.co.uk/shop/product/reflective-histories:-contemporary-art-interventions-at-traquair

Bookwork 2013, UEL

directional forces

Directional Forces: ArToll Germany 2012, Edited by Hedley Roberts

british printmaking

Contemporary British Printmaking 2005, Edited by Jim Frank. ISBN 1-905000-19-7 Artists – Adam Dant, Eric Great-Rex, Mark Hampson, Lesley Logue, Tim Mara, Cornelia Parker, Grayson Perry, Paula Rego, Bob & Roberta Smith, Chris Wraith


Estate, 1999, Edited and Coordinated by Lesley Logue. ISBN 1 874011 38 9 Artists – Hilary Brown, Edward Dorian, Rob Flint & Lucy Renton, Mark Gaynor, James Hutchinson, Lesley Logue, Mary Maclean, Drew McFadyen, Andrew Menzies, Sally Morfill, Hedley Roberts, Helena Swatton, Lesley Young


Postgraduate Supervisor, Leeds Arts University, 2021 – Present

Senior Lecturer (0.5) in Art & Design, University of East London, 1999 – 2020. Teaching undergraduate studio and professional practice. Supervisor for Fine Art Professional Doctorate students.

Learning Technology Advisor (.25), University of East London, School of Art & Design. 2002 – 2003

Lecturer for BA Fine Art and Fine Art Media, Southampton Solent University East park Terrace, Southampton. 1997 – 2002

Lecturer for Foundation, BA & MA Illustration, Kingston University, Knights Park Surrey. 1993 – 2000

Other Visiting Lecturing and External Examining

External examiner, Masters Programme, Robert Gordon University – Gray’s School of Art, 2020 – 2023

Visiting Lecturing, Cheltenham & Gloucester College, BA Printmaking, 1998

Visiting Lecturing, Coventry University, BA Fine Art, 1998

Visiting Lecturing, Chelsea College of Art, BA Combined Media, 1994

Other Professional activities

Board member – 2008/16 – Artist member and Vice Chair of Edinburgh Printmakers board of directors, focusing on capital development and gallery/education. Edinburgh Printmakers studio and gallery, Edinburgh.