Job title: Lecturer, Painting and Illustration

Email: j.hyslop@ed.ac.uk

Office address: Main Building

Research: See Jane Hyslop on Edinburgh Research Explorer

​Jane Hyslop is an artist with particular interest in artists' books, drawing and printmaking. She lectures in the School of Art and the School of Design.

Her research has documented the decline of the mining industry, the dereliction of former mine workings, railways and other man-made sites in parallel with the regeneration of this land in her native Midlothian. Her interest in the flora that inhabits these sites has led her to look at the history of Scottish gardens and the cultivation of specimen plants over indigenous ones.

Her work examines place through research into social, architectural and natural history and is often expressed through narratives that are centred on the plants that populate or are cultivated on particular sites.

Jane's books are held in numerous collections including the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, the National Library of Scotland, Tate Library and Yale Center for British Art.​

Jane's teaching focuses on the artists' book. In the School of Art she is Course Leader for Introduction to the Artists' Book alongside her day-to-day teaching.

She also works with students in Illustration where she leads a range of projects each academic year that encourage students to consider personal research strategies and nurture drawing as a strong basis for design. Other projects concentrate on how students use the book and foster interest in the exploration of printmaking.

Jane is a co-organizer of BOOKMARKS with Lucy Roscoe and Astrid Jaekel. This project explores artists' books in education and how teaching through the artists' book can support and develop learning. BOOKMARKS brings together staff, students and alumni from across Art and Design at ECA as well as from other institutions. Each year a symposium and book fair offer exciting opportunities to see and discuss work and projects from a broad range of contributors.​

“After The Storm”. 2016.
“L'opera Libro Di Jane Hyslop”. 2016. Carte d'Arte Mostre Catania.
Hyslop, Jane. 2016. “The Gardens | Edinburgh And La Géométrie Pratique”. The Blue Notebook 11.
“House Style”. 2016.
“Paper Trail: Drawings, Watercolours, Prints”. 2016. http://www.edinburghmuseums.org.uk/Venues/City-Art-Centre/Exhibitions/2016-17/Paper-Trail--Drawings,-Watercolours,-Prints.
“Rock House, Edinburgh - Logo For The Website”. 2016.
Hyslop, Jane. 2015. “The Gardens | Edinburgh And La Geometrie Pratique”. In . http://livresdartistes.weebly.com/jane-hyslop.html.
“The Gardens Of Arne Maynard”. 2015. Merrell.
Cockburn, Ken. 2015. “Curved Stream”. Eight Contemporary Artists At Traquair House.
“The Gardens | Edinburgh”. 2015. Jane Hyslop.
“London Art Book Fair 2014”. 2014.
“Of Green Leaf, Bird, And Flower”. 2014. Artists' Books And The Natural World. Yale University Press.
Hyslop, Jane. 2014. “Pages Leeds | International Contemporary Artists' Book Fair”.
Hyslop, Jane. 2013. “Participant In 'by Leaves We Live:a Celebration Of Artists' Books And Small Presses'”.
“Australia”. 2013. A Book Made In Response To The Melbourne City Library Catalogue 1861.
Hyslop, Jane, David Faithfull, and Nicky Melville. 2013. “A68”.
Brennan, Gordon. 2013. “Edneuro/eca”. In Eca / Ed Neuro. Second Century Press, University of Edinburgh.
“Kaleid 2012 London”. 2012.
“9 Miedzynarodowy Festiwal Sztuki Ksiazki”. 2012. Korespondencja 2012 - 2014.
“Udkant”. 2012. On The Margins.
“Solar Pavilion”. 2011. St Andrew’s Square, Edinburgh.
Paterson, Don. 2011. “Robert Burns - Cover Design”. Faber and Faber.
“Cabin:codex From Feral To Urban, From Codex To Artists’ Book”. 2011. Visual Research Centre DJCAD, Dundee Contemporary Arts.
“New York Art Book Fair”. 2010. Museum of Modern Art.
“London Art Bookfair”. 2010. Whitechapel Gallery.
Hyslop, Jane. 2010. An Experiment. An Experiment. Jane Hyslop.
“Herbarium”. 2009. Open Eye Gallery.
Hyslop, Jane. 2009. Prestonholm. Prestonholm. Jane Hyslop.
Hyslop, Jane. 2007. On Drawing And Drawings. On Drawing And Drawings. Jane Hyslop.