Our present is haunted by our past.

Pinkie Maclure is a multidisciplinary Scottish artist. 

Using stained glass installations, she makes intimate work that examines today’s big issues, such as addiction, insomnia and our relationship with nature.  She uses the distinctively chaotic nature of stained glass to express deep anxieties - often with dark humour - exploiting the tension between the sacred and the unexpected, at a time when the end of the world feels closer than ever.

She has recorded ten albums in a career spanning 30 years and recently co-created the critically-acclaimed multimedia stage production 'Song Noir' at Summerhall, Edinburgh, for Made in Scotland.

She is currently developing an immersive stained glass installation incorporating audiovisual and performance elements.