|PLEASE NOTE – Although the physical open studio events for 2020 have been cancelled, you can continue to discover and support Nottinghamshire artists & makers in these ‘virtual studios’ and by exploring the OSNotts website.|
INGRID WIGGINS trained at Birmingham in fine art and printmaking. She taught art in schools and colleges and also worked as a textile designer for Courtaulds and a colour consultant for the textile industry in Africa. She has work in collections and galleries worldwide, including Lino prints in a Zambian gallery supporting village women with HIV.
INGRID WIGGINS – STUDIO
My studio is at the front of my home. I have always sold from my studio to keep work affordable. I love to know where pieces go and many people who purchase send me emails with pictures of my work in situ. It keeps me connected to the work somehow!
INGRID WIGGINS – WORK
My work is figurative and usually follows a theme, with several pieces of work. Currently, climate change has made a big impact on my ideas. Animals, wildlife and birds always form a big part of emerging paintings and drawings. Lino prints are always wildlife based.