Visit Alison at her Open Studio on 20-21 May, 11-4 (Venue 28) – 1 of 9 ‘Southwell Artists’.
Multi-disciplinary contemporary artist, using a variety of media to explore feminist & environmental issues.
BA (Hons) Fine Art, Nottingham Trent University 1996
Harrington Mill Studios, Long Eaton, 2007 – 2016.
Residencies – Thoresby Estate, Nottinghamshire 2010; Art on Armitage, Chicago, 2011; Arts Council funded PGC in Art Practice University of Derby 2011
Platforms Project, Athens 2014 to 2022 with HMS, Fronteer and my platform JAW.
Working from the studio in my garden I experiment with found objects, textiles, and willow. This work is the backbone of my practice, having moved away from painting to explore three dimensions. With an interest in politics, feminism, and environmental issues my work has moved towards artist as activist.
If you are interested in this artist, please contact them directly through the links above.