Ron O'Donnell 'Constructed Narratives' 7. Woodland Animals III 1984 © Ron O’Donnell


Born 1952
Nationality Scottish

Ron O'Donnell was born in Stirling in 1952. He studied photography at Napier Polytechnic, Edinburgh and was a trainee photographer at Stirling University from 1970-6. He has exhibited widely in Britain and abroad. In his large colour prints of constructed installations he often uses recycled objects. His work contains witty comments on a range of current issues as well as academic and contemporary art.

Glossary terms

Glossary terms

Installation art

An art practice developed in the second half of the twentieth century that broke away from the view of a sculpture as a singular object to be looked at. Instead, installation artists create an environment that may surround the viewer. Many are temporary or created for a particular location.