Willie Rodger RSA, RGI

Born in Kirkintilloch, 1930. Willie Rodger is best known as a relief process printmaker of linocut and woodcut prints, printed without the use of a press. He is widely represented in Scottish museums and collections, and has received numerous awards for his printmaking. He studied at Glasgow School of Art 1948-52 specialising in graphic design. He has held numerous solo exhibitions of paintings and prints in Edinburgh and Glasgow, including a retrospective at the University of Strathclyde. He taught for 20 years at Clydebank High School, and is also a painter, muralist and tapestry designer. Exhibits regularly at RSA, AAS & RGI.
Ref. Dictionary of Scottish Art & Architecture - Peter J M McEwan