Lot 241 - Tamsin Morse - Ziggy Plays Guitar
Pencil on paper
Signed on Verso
This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust
I focus on social and moral complexities facing the modern world - lived hypocrisies, conflict and crises alongside the strength of human compassion. This is all from my perspective as a modern woman still scrambling for equality. I use symbolism and animism to build narratives around particular themes and retain the movement and playfulness of drawing in the paintings as well. The two paintings for Art on a Postcard look at people and their pets.
Chelsea Ma, Slade BA fine art (painting)
Studio 1.1 London (This Years Model), New Art Gallery Walsall, A Generous Space 2 (Selected by Stephen Snoddy), and recently WomXn with Fair art Fair at Unit 1 Gallery Workshop, London curated by Jo Baring and Beth Greenacre. I have been working with Marcel for art with a serious of accessible and affordable ways of purchasing art through DACS prints and NFT;s, other more recent exhibitions have been with the Mall Galleries and the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize. Collections owning my work include, The New Art Gallery Walsall (purchased through a Generous Space 2), The Zabludowicz Collection, Timothy Taylor, The Open University and The University of the Arts, London, as well as many other private collections.
One in the Other, 2006-2010
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
The paintings look at people and their pets and are a start of a new series looking at how we anthropomorphise our pets. The drawings are fluid studies which feed all levels of work and provide the basis of everything I make
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