The following artists will be exhibiting at She, our fundraising pop-up exhibition being held at the Garage Gallery in Aldeburgh on 3rd and 4th June 2017.
Henrietta is an abstract painter living in Cornwall. She studied at the Wimbledon School of Art, graduating in 1989, followed by postgraduate study at the Royal Academy Schools 1989-92. Her work is generally described as abstract with autobiographical deconstructions and reconstructions of life.
Having studied Fine Art (Painting with Sculpture), Jude became a potter when she married one. Over time she has found himself moving back to more sculptural ideas and her current work is all drawing-based with a strong figurative theme - ceramics which combine painting and sculpture with pottery.
John trained at the Sculpture Academy, London Bridge and his work medium is contemporary figurative, bronze. An exaggeration of the figure is a reccuring theme in John’s work and by blending the physical with the emotional, he explores the fabric of his own internal worlds.
Anna is a painter and illustrator from London. She studied at Central St.Martins College of Art graduating in 2000. Since then she has exhibited her paintings in London, New York, Paris, The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and recently illustrated posters for the London Underground.
At the heart of Catherine Richardson’s work lies a fascination for the internal life of her subjects. Pivotal themes recur; people caught in thought, figures enveloped in water and the private internal landscape exposed.
Michael Clark graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 1983. His chosen subjects, along with his graceful rendering, deliver work that is deeply entrenched with the beauty and language of painting.
Theronda studied at Spier Art School in Stellenbosch where she attained a BA. She paints whatever subject inspires her and loves Suffolk where she is artist in residence at Kesgrave Arts. Suffolk landscape, seascape and skyscape are her special interest and she uses diverse mediums to keep her work fresh. Theronda says "! paint to live and live to paint"!