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My Life in Trees

Like many, the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown was a time of isolation and introspection. I took the opportunity to reflect on some of the most significant trees thoughout my life. Some are memorable simply for their presence, while some mark specific moments or movements. As one who has relocated and started over many times, I find solace in the stillness of trees. The following 18 watercolour paintings are a search for roots amid rootlessness.  See link below for a preview of the book, ‘My Life in Trees’.


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RBSA Prize Exhibition 2020

I am delighted to have two pieces in the RBSA Prize Exhibition 2020 at the RBSA gallery, located in the Jewelery Quarter of Birmingham, UK. Exhibition is on 8 Oct til 21 Nov. 2020.

Weeping Williow, 130 x 180 cm, acrylic and spray paint on canvas, 2019

Unfurl, c. 20 x 7 cm, reclaimed acrylic sheet off-cut and spray paint, 2018

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‘Fall’ Installation at Limbo

The Limbo exhibition at the Slade School of Fine Art was the culmination of work by recent graduates participating in the Slade Summer Art Education Residency, July 2019. Artists included: Araminta Blue, Jione Choi, Lewis Davidson, Farnaz Gholami, Elena-Andreea Teleaga and myself. During my residency, I created this installation of ‘falling leaves’ as a reflection on my time at Slade and on the precipice of change on which I stood, about to leave school; move house and embark on the unknown. I repurposed dyed canvas from a previous painting and cut the leaf shapes. I formed them with rsg and applied paint through various techniques.

‘Fall’, mixed media installation, 2019

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MFA Degree Show

MFA Degree Show 2019

Slade School of Fine Art, UCL

Photo cred Paolina Varbichkova

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Raw Materials: Plastics

Bow Arts presents Raw Materials: Plastics at the Nunnery Gallery.

Raw Materials explores the forgotten industrial history of plastic in east London around the River Lea. The exhibition reveals the story of east London’s central role in the invention and early development of plastics, showcasing some of the very first plastic objects alongside newly commissioned artwork which tells the story of this material’s remarkable journey. The project is supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund, as well as by academic partner University College London.

https://bowarts.org/nunnery/raw-materials-plastics

I enjoyed taking part in researching the history of plastics. It was fascinating to get behind the scenes and visit the archives of MoDiP (Museum of Design in Plastic, Arts University Bournemouth) and the V&A, as well as learning about the combustive beginnings of this material. As a UCL student, I was invited to propose a work of art as a response to the archive visits. My piece, “While It Lasts,” was accepted and I am honoured to be a part of this exhibition.

There will be an extensive events programme in connection to this exhibition, including boat tours along the River Lea, plastic recycling workshops and discussions on the future of plastics. See Bow Arts’ Whats On for more information.