Yvonne Marie Forster

Joined Artfinder: Oct. 2015

Artworks for sale: 69

(4)

United Kingdom

About Yvonne Marie Forster

 
 
  • Biography


    Living on the ourskirts of a small market town in Suffolk I often find inspiration for art work walking in the countryside.I am particularly interested in creating imagery of wildlife within their natural habitats. The changing seasons and natural elements also play an instumental part in the works I create.

    Having a keen interest in conservation and ecology will often inspire art projects I am working on. Environmental writers such as Aldo Leopold, Rachel Carson, Davis Suzuki and George Monbiot inform my work, enabling me engage with the complex issues facing the natural world and our place in it. I find creative inspiration through artists such as Franz Krajcberg, Mienrad Craighead, Georgia O'Keefe, Kurt Jackson and Anthony Gormley - whose works often connect with varying aspects of the natural world.

    I enjoy the stimulating process of working with a wide range of mixed mediums. Particularly acrylic paint, watercolour, charcoal, collagraphs, linocut prints, and photography.
    Experimenting with these varying mediums and techniques motivates me to remain open, when exploring and developing new skills and imagery for my art practice.

    I have enjoyed exhibiting at the Flourish show in Shoreditch London 2017, Sardines and Beer in Norwich in 2017 and Viewing Change in Halesworth, Suffolk in 2016.

    Being part of the Our Earth Exhibition, at Kunsthuis Contemporary Gallery, March 2018 -2019. was a great experience. Artists explored Climate change issues. Focusing on the natural world and mans place within it.

    Past activities - I enjoyed running an art group in the local community, where members shared collaborative projects and explored mediums, techniques and ideas together. I also enjoy running short course art based workshops.

    Gaining a CAVA distinction in Art and Design 2011... later graduating with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art in 2014 were experiences which have encouraged me to be experimental in my artistic approach.

































































































































     

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  • Education

    2011 - 2014

    University Campus Suffolk

  • Awards

    2019

    Redline Art Award "Highly Commended"

    I applied for the Redline Art Awards as I have a keen interest in aspects of climate change In particular the effects of our human activities on Earths habitats. A recent project focused on the detimental effects that pesticide use has on wild life.Which culminated in a series of Mixed Media works. I am thrilled to be a part of Redline.Org whose focus on Global Concerns. Redline is a great outlet for artists whose work deals with complex issues we are facing
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    Event: Organik Planet 2018

    Dates: Sept. 1, 2018 - Sept. 19, 2018

    Venue: Halesworth Gallery, Steeple End, Halesworth, Suffolk.

    Over the summer I have been working on ideas to do with recycling my old discarded art works which have been evolving into new mini abstracts. My work will be on display at The Halesworth Gallery

    Event: Organik Planet 2018

    Dates: Aug. 26, 2018 - Sept. 8, 2018

    Venue: County Library Halesworth, Thoroughfare, Halesworth, Suffolk

    The works on display over the next two weeks consist of a variety of small Abstracts. Each a vibrant piece are unique, and made from reclaimed lager works. All part of the same idea to recycle art into new forms. Other works also on display are framed linoprints.

    Event: Hidden Perspectives

    Dates: May 20, 2018 - June 3, 2018

    Venue: County Library Halesworth, Thoroughfare, Halesworth, Suffolk

    As a multi-disciplinary artist Yvonne's project work sets out to reflect upon the ongoing changes and challenges faced by our landscapes. By engaging with the impact of human activities upon the natural world, in particular current ecological issues, her nature inspired imagery seeks to communicate those silent 'hidden perspectives' voicing the impact upon wild flora and fauna.
    Informed by writings such as The Silent Spring by Rachel Carson, and George Monbiot's writings on ecology and conservation.... Her works on show communicate two aspects: One highlighting our worlds natural beauty, the other voicing the hidden perspectives impacting the natural world.

    Event: Our eARTh Exhibition

    Dates: March 24, 2018 - March 23, 2019

    Venue: Kunsthuis Gallery, Dutch House, Crayke, Mill Green Farm, Crayke, York, YO61 4TT



    The Our eARTh exhibition focuses on the effects of climate change...The show will be held at Kunsthuis Gallery in Crayke, Yorkshire. NOW extended from 23rd March 2018, till 23rd of March 2019 all welcome!!

    Kunsthuis Gallery.
    How are artists, educators, curators and galleries responding to climate change? What forms of art and its mediation are evolving along with our understanding of the crisis? Can art communicate the impacts of climate change and the environment more effectively than facts and figures? Kunsthuis Gallery believes so....

    My art practice explores the current impact of human activity on natural habitat's.
    In particular the use of pesticides which is leading to an increased decline in both insects and bird species. My recent series of works were inspired by Rachel Carson's views highlighting the knock on effects of chemicals on wildlife and George Monbiot’s recent book, "How Did We Get Into This Mess?"

    Event: Best Works of The Cut Open

    Dates: Jan. 20, 2018 - Feb. 17, 2018

    Venue: New Cut Art Centre, Old Malt Buildings, Cut, Halesworth

    Saturday 20th January - Saturday 17th February
    Saturday 20 January 12-2pm
    Café

    The best works of The Cut Open 2017 will be on show. Works chosen by our art panel together your favourites will be on our café wall.

    Event: CUT OPEN SHOW 2017

    Dates: Dec. 7, 2017 - Jan. 13, 2018

    Venue: The Cut Art Centre, The Cut, Halesworth, Sufollk.

    A yearly Multimedia Open Art Show, I will be showing a charcoal drawing and mixed media painting. The show has a stimulating eclectic feel and is popular with local artists.

    Event: Halesworth Gallery Open Exhibition

    Dates: Sept. 1, 2017 - Sept. 20, 2017

    Venue: Halesworth Gallery, Halesworth, Suffolk.

    At the up and coming Halesworth Gallery Open Group Exhibition I will be exhibiting some of my recent art works at this annual event.

    Event: Reconnections

    Dates: Aug. 26, 2017 - Sept. 6, 2017

    Venue: Halesworth County Library, Thoroughfare Halesworth Suffolk

    A variety of works including prints- lino, etching, collograph, and acrylic paintings will be on display at the Halesworth County Library. Over the Bank Holiday weekend commencing Saturday 26th August till following Saturday

    Event: Chediston Art Group Annual Exhibition

    Dates: July 6, 2017 - July 12, 2017

    Venue: The I Chameleon, Thoroughfair Halesworth

    A Local art group I am affiliated to have their yearly exhibition at The I Chameleon . There will be an array of artworks. I have included recent linocut images, giclee prints, and new designer cushions based on previous water colours

    Event: 'Flourish' Exhibition

    Dates: May 16, 2017 - May 28, 2017

    Venue: Espacio Gallery, 15 Bethnal Green Road, London. E2 7DG

    The Espacio Gallery's 'Flourish' exhibition is being held in conjunction with the Chelsea Fringe festival May 2017.
    The exhibition is a group show following the theme of nature - the term flourish conjuring up a sense of organic growth and matter within plants fauna etc.
    I will be exhibiting recent watercolour paintings including large and small scale images. These works part of an ongoing series titled 'Natures Gems' concerned with conservation of ecosystems -The works are are informed by and based on the natural habitat found within the Amazon rainforests, through these dynamic colourful works I hope to encourage the viewer to engage with the diversity and wonder of the natural world and consider our response toward protecting these vital ecosystems on our planet.

    Event: 'Sardines and Beer' presented by Em-Re-Un

    Dates: April 27, 2017 - April 30, 2017

    Venue: Thirteen A ,13 St Augustine's St, Norwich, NR3 3BY, Thirteen A ,13 St Augustine's St, Norwich, NR3 3BY

    Bringing the tradition of the 'Salon Hang' to the smallest Gallery in Norwich, presented by Em-Re-In, Sardines and Beer explores the nature of exhibition space and the nature of open submission exhibitions....Sardines and Beer intends to create an overwhelming and immersive experience for the viewer...

    I will be exhibiting lino print works titled, 'Worlds Apart' which explores our experiences travelling on public transport, focussing on the outer perceptions of the travelling companions we encounter.

    Event: Viewing Change

    Dates: Feb. 20, 2017 - March 4, 2017

    Venue: Halesworth County Library, Thoroughfare Halesworth Suffolk

    At The Halesworth County Library a collection of artworks for sale- including top quality giclee prints, original mono and linocuts.
    Most of my work is influenced by the Natural world seasons, time, habitats.
    Along with my passion for conservation I also have on display large scale colourful watercolour images that depict the amazing diversity found in Rainforests.

    Event: Halesworth The Cut Open Exhibition

    Dates: Dec. 3, 2016 - Jan. 7, 2017

    Venue: The New Cut Art center, Halesworth Suffolk

    I will be exhibiting two pieces of art work, An Acrylic abstract 80x80cm, Mourning After and a Charcoal Drawing Displaced

    Event: Climate Change

    Dates: Oct. 7, 2016 - Oct. 15, 2016

    Venue: United Reformed Church , Halesworth, Quay Street, Halesworth, Suffolk

    I was invited to exhibit some of my work which focuses on the Rainforest.
    Part of an on going project I contrast the beauty and diversity of the rainforest through large scale watercolour images Natures Gems, whilst contrasting through acrylic abstract images the effects and consequences of deforestation upon the land and its inhabitants...I also use charcoal drawings which focus on the displacement caused to indigenous people - using charcoal as a representation ....linked to fire deforestation and the charred remains.
    Along with my own work on display are various ecological organisations such as The World Land trust, Friends of the Earth, and a local designer Foliar who uses natural dyes in her materials

    Event: Halesworth Open Exhibition

    Dates: Sept. 23, 2016 - Oct. 12, 2016

    Venue: Halesworth Gallery, Halesworth, Suffolk.

    Watercolour Images - Limited Editions Giclee Prints

    Event: Natures Gems Rainforest

    Dates: Aug. 27, 2016 - Sept. 3, 2016

    Venue: Halesworth County Library, Thoroughfare Halesworth Suffolk

    A Body of work which focuses on the Beauty and Diversity of the Rain forest

    Event: 100 Square Feet EXhibition

    Dates: Aug. 20, 2016 - Sept. 7, 2016

    Venue: Halesworth Gallery, Halesworth, Suffolk.


    Hello and thank you for visiting!... At the moment I am focusing on work towards an exhibition at the end of August called 101 Square Feet the Gallery has 100 artists participating each artist has the challenge of making 101pieces of art work 15x15cm these will be placed into 100 square boxes to be given to each artist at the end of the show.... with the 101st piece of work being auctioned and the proceeds going to charity ...Along with the 101 art works each artist has been allotted a square block of wood with which to create an art work for the exhibition

    Event: Viewing Change

    Dates: July 30, 2016 - Aug. 17, 2016

    Venue: Halesworth Gallery, Halesworth, Suffolk.

    The earth has its music for those who will listen...George Stanyanar

    The theme's title 'Viewing Change' focuses on how each artist perceives and then documents the world around him, through the mediums of paintings, drawings and sculptures, I would like to share the culmination, evolving of the processes of this journey so far...
    We met early on in 2016 at the Halesworth Gallery where groups of artists were introduced and various themes for exhibitions were discussed. Ron, Peter and I unanimously decided 'Viewing Change' seemed apt for the works we produce. I have the pleasure of working with Ronald Hellen and Peter Fowler, both artists works focus on the aspects of viewing the changing world.
    My ongoing project focuses on capturing the effects of fire deforestation in the Amazon and ecological consequences including on indigenous people, wildlife and fauna.

    'Viewing Change' it seemed apt for the work we produce and that it captures the essence of our outlook on nature

    Event: YUM

    Dates: May 14, 2016 - June 11, 2016

    Venue: Freudian Sheep, 104 St. Helen's St, Ipswich IP4 2LB

    Each month the Freudian Sheep Gallery in Ipswich holds a themed based 'open to members' Exhibition, each member submits art work (a minimum of three times per year)
    This months exhibition is based on aspects of food hence theme Yum....Curators Ian and Eleanor run the Gallery
    I initially was working on still life - a bowl of cherries but the growing idea to incorporate and appropriate works by the masters took over.
    The results of which I am working on now are three water colour works, 1. titled YUM, based on The Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci.... 2. titled The Morello Cherrie, based on Girl with The Pearl Earring by Vermeer.... and 3.
    titled Fruits of The Earth, based on Birth of Venus by Sandro Botticelli...............

    Event: Power of Nature

    Dates: March 19, 2016 - April 2, 2016

    Venue: County Library, Halesworth, Suffolk

    A culmination of Art works themed on the natural world over the next two weeks.

    Event: Revolutions and Movies

    Dates: Nov. 7, 2015 - Nov. 28, 2015

    Venue: Freudian Sheep, 104 St. Helen's St, Ipswich IP4 2LB

    The Freudian Sheep Gallery has now been active since 2013.
    The Gallery runs theme based exhibitions each month; Novembers theme is Revolutions and Movies- each artist contributes work in a varying degrees of styles and mediums.
    The works exhibited were Arab Spring a charcoal drawing and Dave a photomontage image.

Links


Education

2011 - 2014

University Campus Suffolk


Awards

2019

Redline Art Award "Highly Commended"

I applied for the Redline Art Awards as I have a keen interest in aspects of climate change In particular the effects of our human activities on Earths habitats. A recent project focused on the detimental effects that pesticide use has on wild life.Which culminated in a series of Mixed Media works. I am thrilled to be a part of Redline.Org whose focus on Global Concerns. Redline is a great outlet for artists whose work deals with complex issues we are facing

There are no upcoming events

Show previous events Hide previous events

Previous events

Event: Organik Planet 2018

Dates: Sept. 1, 2018 - Sept. 19, 2018

Venue: Halesworth Gallery, Steeple End, Halesworth, Suffolk.

Over the summer I have been working on ideas to do with recycling my old discarded art works which have been evolving into new mini abstracts. My work will be on display at The Halesworth Gallery

Event: Organik Planet 2018

Dates: Aug. 26, 2018 - Sept. 8, 2018

Venue: County Library Halesworth, Thoroughfare, Halesworth, Suffolk

The works on display over the next two weeks consist of a variety of small Abstracts. Each a vibrant piece are unique, and made from reclaimed lager works. All part of the same idea to recycle art into new forms. Other works also on display are framed linoprints.

Event: Hidden Perspectives

Dates: May 20, 2018 - June 3, 2018

Venue: County Library Halesworth, Thoroughfare, Halesworth, Suffolk

As a multi-disciplinary artist Yvonne's project work sets out to reflect upon the ongoing changes and challenges faced by our landscapes. By engaging with the impact of human activities upon the natural world, in particular current ecological issues, her nature inspired imagery seeks to communicate those silent 'hidden perspectives' voicing the impact upon wild flora and fauna.
Informed by writings such as The Silent Spring by Rachel Carson, and George Monbiot's writings on ecology and conservation.... Her works on show communicate two aspects: One highlighting our worlds natural beauty, the other voicing the hidden perspectives impacting the natural world.

Event: Our eARTh Exhibition

Dates: March 24, 2018 - March 23, 2019

Venue: Kunsthuis Gallery, Dutch House, Crayke, Mill Green Farm, Crayke, York, YO61 4TT



The Our eARTh exhibition focuses on the effects of climate change...The show will be held at Kunsthuis Gallery in Crayke, Yorkshire. NOW extended from 23rd March 2018, till 23rd of March 2019 all welcome!!

Kunsthuis Gallery.
How are artists, educators, curators and galleries responding to climate change? What forms of art and its mediation are evolving along with our understanding of the crisis? Can art communicate the impacts of climate change and the environment more effectively than facts and figures? Kunsthuis Gallery believes so....

My art practice explores the current impact of human activity on natural habitat's.
In particular the use of pesticides which is leading to an increased decline in both insects and bird species. My recent series of works were inspired by Rachel Carson's views highlighting the knock on effects of chemicals on wildlife and George Monbiot’s recent book, "How Did We Get Into This Mess?"

Event: Best Works of The Cut Open

Dates: Jan. 20, 2018 - Feb. 17, 2018

Venue: New Cut Art Centre, Old Malt Buildings, Cut, Halesworth

Saturday 20th January - Saturday 17th February
Saturday 20 January 12-2pm
Café

The best works of The Cut Open 2017 will be on show. Works chosen by our art panel together your favourites will be on our café wall.

Event: CUT OPEN SHOW 2017

Dates: Dec. 7, 2017 - Jan. 13, 2018

Venue: The Cut Art Centre, The Cut, Halesworth, Sufollk.

A yearly Multimedia Open Art Show, I will be showing a charcoal drawing and mixed media painting. The show has a stimulating eclectic feel and is popular with local artists.

Event: Halesworth Gallery Open Exhibition

Dates: Sept. 1, 2017 - Sept. 20, 2017

Venue: Halesworth Gallery, Halesworth, Suffolk.

At the up and coming Halesworth Gallery Open Group Exhibition I will be exhibiting some of my recent art works at this annual event.

Event: Reconnections

Dates: Aug. 26, 2017 - Sept. 6, 2017

Venue: Halesworth County Library, Thoroughfare Halesworth Suffolk

A variety of works including prints- lino, etching, collograph, and acrylic paintings will be on display at the Halesworth County Library. Over the Bank Holiday weekend commencing Saturday 26th August till following Saturday

Event: Chediston Art Group Annual Exhibition

Dates: July 6, 2017 - July 12, 2017

Venue: The I Chameleon, Thoroughfair Halesworth

A Local art group I am affiliated to have their yearly exhibition at The I Chameleon . There will be an array of artworks. I have included recent linocut images, giclee prints, and new designer cushions based on previous water colours

Event: 'Flourish' Exhibition

Dates: May 16, 2017 - May 28, 2017

Venue: Espacio Gallery, 15 Bethnal Green Road, London. E2 7DG

The Espacio Gallery's 'Flourish' exhibition is being held in conjunction with the Chelsea Fringe festival May 2017.
The exhibition is a group show following the theme of nature - the term flourish conjuring up a sense of organic growth and matter within plants fauna etc.
I will be exhibiting recent watercolour paintings including large and small scale images. These works part of an ongoing series titled 'Natures Gems' concerned with conservation of ecosystems -The works are are informed by and based on the natural habitat found within the Amazon rainforests, through these dynamic colourful works I hope to encourage the viewer to engage with the diversity and wonder of the natural world and consider our response toward protecting these vital ecosystems on our planet.

Event: 'Sardines and Beer' presented by Em-Re-Un

Dates: April 27, 2017 - April 30, 2017

Venue: Thirteen A ,13 St Augustine's St, Norwich, NR3 3BY, Thirteen A ,13 St Augustine's St, Norwich, NR3 3BY

Bringing the tradition of the 'Salon Hang' to the smallest Gallery in Norwich, presented by Em-Re-In, Sardines and Beer explores the nature of exhibition space and the nature of open submission exhibitions....Sardines and Beer intends to create an overwhelming and immersive experience for the viewer...

I will be exhibiting lino print works titled, 'Worlds Apart' which explores our experiences travelling on public transport, focussing on the outer perceptions of the travelling companions we encounter.

Event: Viewing Change

Dates: Feb. 20, 2017 - March 4, 2017

Venue: Halesworth County Library, Thoroughfare Halesworth Suffolk

At The Halesworth County Library a collection of artworks for sale- including top quality giclee prints, original mono and linocuts.
Most of my work is influenced by the Natural world seasons, time, habitats.
Along with my passion for conservation I also have on display large scale colourful watercolour images that depict the amazing diversity found in Rainforests.

Event: Halesworth The Cut Open Exhibition

Dates: Dec. 3, 2016 - Jan. 7, 2017

Venue: The New Cut Art center, Halesworth Suffolk

I will be exhibiting two pieces of art work, An Acrylic abstract 80x80cm, Mourning After and a Charcoal Drawing Displaced

Event: Climate Change

Dates: Oct. 7, 2016 - Oct. 15, 2016

Venue: United Reformed Church , Halesworth, Quay Street, Halesworth, Suffolk

I was invited to exhibit some of my work which focuses on the Rainforest.
Part of an on going project I contrast the beauty and diversity of the rainforest through large scale watercolour images Natures Gems, whilst contrasting through acrylic abstract images the effects and consequences of deforestation upon the land and its inhabitants...I also use charcoal drawings which focus on the displacement caused to indigenous people - using charcoal as a representation ....linked to fire deforestation and the charred remains.
Along with my own work on display are various ecological organisations such as The World Land trust, Friends of the Earth, and a local designer Foliar who uses natural dyes in her materials

Event: Halesworth Open Exhibition

Dates: Sept. 23, 2016 - Oct. 12, 2016

Venue: Halesworth Gallery, Halesworth, Suffolk.

Watercolour Images - Limited Editions Giclee Prints

Event: Natures Gems Rainforest

Dates: Aug. 27, 2016 - Sept. 3, 2016

Venue: Halesworth County Library, Thoroughfare Halesworth Suffolk

A Body of work which focuses on the Beauty and Diversity of the Rain forest

Event: 100 Square Feet EXhibition

Dates: Aug. 20, 2016 - Sept. 7, 2016

Venue: Halesworth Gallery, Halesworth, Suffolk.


Hello and thank you for visiting!... At the moment I am focusing on work towards an exhibition at the end of August called 101 Square Feet the Gallery has 100 artists participating each artist has the challenge of making 101pieces of art work 15x15cm these will be placed into 100 square boxes to be given to each artist at the end of the show.... with the 101st piece of work being auctioned and the proceeds going to charity ...Along with the 101 art works each artist has been allotted a square block of wood with which to create an art work for the exhibition

Event: Viewing Change

Dates: July 30, 2016 - Aug. 17, 2016

Venue: Halesworth Gallery, Halesworth, Suffolk.

The earth has its music for those who will listen...George Stanyanar

The theme's title 'Viewing Change' focuses on how each artist perceives and then documents the world around him, through the mediums of paintings, drawings and sculptures, I would like to share the culmination, evolving of the processes of this journey so far...
We met early on in 2016 at the Halesworth Gallery where groups of artists were introduced and various themes for exhibitions were discussed. Ron, Peter and I unanimously decided 'Viewing Change' seemed apt for the works we produce. I have the pleasure of working with Ronald Hellen and Peter Fowler, both artists works focus on the aspects of viewing the changing world.
My ongoing project focuses on capturing the effects of fire deforestation in the Amazon and ecological consequences including on indigenous people, wildlife and fauna.

'Viewing Change' it seemed apt for the work we produce and that it captures the essence of our outlook on nature

Event: YUM

Dates: May 14, 2016 - June 11, 2016

Venue: Freudian Sheep, 104 St. Helen's St, Ipswich IP4 2LB

Each month the Freudian Sheep Gallery in Ipswich holds a themed based 'open to members' Exhibition, each member submits art work (a minimum of three times per year)
This months exhibition is based on aspects of food hence theme Yum....Curators Ian and Eleanor run the Gallery
I initially was working on still life - a bowl of cherries but the growing idea to incorporate and appropriate works by the masters took over.
The results of which I am working on now are three water colour works, 1. titled YUM, based on The Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci.... 2. titled The Morello Cherrie, based on Girl with The Pearl Earring by Vermeer.... and 3.
titled Fruits of The Earth, based on Birth of Venus by Sandro Botticelli...............

Event: Power of Nature

Dates: March 19, 2016 - April 2, 2016

Venue: County Library, Halesworth, Suffolk

A culmination of Art works themed on the natural world over the next two weeks.

Event: Revolutions and Movies

Dates: Nov. 7, 2015 - Nov. 28, 2015

Venue: Freudian Sheep, 104 St. Helen's St, Ipswich IP4 2LB

The Freudian Sheep Gallery has now been active since 2013.
The Gallery runs theme based exhibitions each month; Novembers theme is Revolutions and Movies- each artist contributes work in a varying degrees of styles and mediums.
The works exhibited were Arab Spring a charcoal drawing and Dave a photomontage image.


 

Biography



Living on the ourskirts of a small market town in Suffolk I often find inspiration for art work walking in the countryside.I am particularly interested in creating imagery of wildlife within their natural habitats. The changing seasons and natural elements also play an instumental part in the works I create.

Having a keen interest in conservation and ecology will often inspire art projects I am working on. Environmental writers such as Aldo Leopold, Rachel Carson, Davis Suzuki and George Monbiot inform my work, enabling me engage with the complex issues facing the natural world and our place in it. I find creative inspiration through artists such as Franz Krajcberg, Mienrad Craighead, Georgia O'Keefe, Kurt Jackson and Anthony Gormley - whose works often connect with varying aspects of the natural world.

I enjoy the stimulating process of working with a wide range of mixed mediums. Particularly acrylic paint, watercolour, charcoal, collagraphs, linocut prints, and photography.
Experimenting with these varying mediums and techniques motivates me to remain open, when exploring and developing new skills and imagery for my art practice.

I have enjoyed exhibiting at the Flourish show in Shoreditch London 2017, Sardines and Beer in Norwich in 2017 and Viewing Change in Halesworth, Suffolk in 2016.

Being part of the Our Earth Exhibition, at Kunsthuis Contemporary Gallery, March 2018 -2019. was a great experience. Artists explored Climate change issues. Focusing on the natural world and mans place within it.

Past activities - I enjoyed running an art group in the local community, where members shared collaborative projects and explored mediums, techniques and ideas together. I also enjoy running short course art based workshops.

Gaining a CAVA distinction in Art and Design 2011... later graduating with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art in 2014 were experiences which have encouraged me to be experimental in my artistic approach.

































































































































 

 
 
 
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