Lot 154 - Annette Pugh - Reflection
Oil on card
Signed on Verso
This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust
Annette Pugh is a member of Birmingham Artspace Studios and was an elected RBSA associate, council member and curator until 2022. Annette has a deep-set fascination with archive materials and the printed image. In her work Annette explores concepts relating to leisure, longing, and absence. A sense of place, atmosphere and a love of colour are evident throughout her practice.
MA Art and Design Histories, University of Central England, Birmingham
MA Fine Art, University of Central England
BA (Hons) Fine Art, Stourbridge College/Wolverhampton Polytechnic, West Midlands
Selected/recent solo exhibitions.
2023 Happenstance, The New Art Gallery Walsall
Verdant, Reuben Colley Fine Art
Wanderlust, Argentea Gallery, (photography/film)
Ornament, Reuben Colley Fine Art
Selected/recent group exhibitions.
2022 British Contemporary, Colley Ison Gallery
Figurative Art Now, Mall Galleries (selected by Barbara Walker, Andrew Gifford, Jo Baring, Jonathan Watkins, and Claire O’Brien,
Ikon for Artists, Ikon Gallery Birmingham
Moment/Two Chairs, (Art\write on-line collaborative projects),
Medicine Gallery, Birmingham
RBSA Open Drawing, Birmingham
Gala Fine Art, Colley Ison Gallery
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
The two landscapes submitted for Art on A Postcard, Sweet Sorrow (Lakeside) and Reflection, relate strongly to a series of large oil paintings produced for my solo show at The New Art Gallery Walsall (July 2023 to Jan 2024). Each image depicts a place of solace, familiar yet anonymous locations that represent the need to breathe and take the time to experience the moment.
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