Danielle Vaughan

Joined Artfinder: July 2016

Artworks for sale: 44

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United Kingdom

About Danielle Vaughan

 
 
  • Biography

    Danielle Vaughan graduated with a degree in Design & Manufacture from Leicester Polytechnic and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education from De Montfort University going on to teach in schools and colleges in the Midlands.

     

    Working from her home studio as a full-time, professional artist since 2014, Danielle is currently exploring the creation of images using recycled materials (mainly ripped paper from magazines) with the focus being on pattern, colour and textures.

    Text inevitably forms part of her work which she uses both deliberately and at random, teasing the viewer to decide which .

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  • Awards

    2016

    Leicester Society of Artists Election

    In April 2016 I submitted three pieces of my ripped paper upcycled art to the Leicester Society of Artists http://www.leicestersocietyofartists.co.uk/
    which have been 'Promoting art and artists in Leicester since 1882. Leicester Society of Artists aims to encourage an appreciation of the arts in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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Awards

2016

Leicester Society of Artists Election

In April 2016 I submitted three pieces of my ripped paper upcycled art to the Leicester Society of Artists http://www.leicestersocietyofartists.co.uk/
which have been 'Promoting art and artists in Leicester since 1882. Leicester Society of Artists aims to encourage an appreciation of the arts in Leicestershire and Rutland.

There are no upcoming events


 

Biography

Danielle Vaughan graduated with a degree in Design & Manufacture from Leicester Polytechnic and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education from De Montfort University going on to teach in schools and colleges in the Midlands.

 

Working from her home studio as a full-time, professional artist since 2014, Danielle is currently exploring the creation of images using recycled materials (mainly ripped paper from magazines) with the focus being on pattern, colour and textures.

Text inevitably forms part of her work which she uses both deliberately and at random, teasing the viewer to decide which .

 
 
 
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