Lot 194 - Frea Buckler - Layers 2
Mixed Media Collage on Paper
A6 (10x15cm) original artwork
Signed on verso
Frea Buckler was born in Cambridge, England in 1974 and grew up in rural Somerset.
She went on to study BA (hons) Fine Art at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. She recently completed a Masters Degree in Multidisciplinary Printmaking at the University of the West of England in Bristol.
She has presented two solo shows in London with Smithson Gallery and Jealous, has participated in group shows internationally with galleries including the Royal Academy London and the Davidson Gallery, New York. She has been commissioned for projects by organisations including Facebook, Ginkgo Projects and Denver Art Museum. Her work is held in collections at the University of Warwick, Trinity College Dublin and The National Archives of Ireland. Frea currently lives and works in Bristol. BA (Hons) Fine Art at Central Saint Martins, London, UK MA Multi Disciplinary Printmaking, University of the West of England, Bristol, UKSolo Shows 2020 Loop Sequence, New Gallery, Little Rock, Arkansas, USA 2019 Flow, Graphic Studio Gallery, Dublin, Ireland 2019 Polychrome, Smithson X Jealous, London, UK 2017 Luminous, Smithson Gallery at Jealous, London, UK Recent Group Shows 2020 Centre of Gravity, Group Show, Soapworks, Bristol 2020 Seis, Group Show, Swinton Gallery, Madrid, Spain 2019 Impossible Objects, Group Show, Davidson Gallery, New York, USA 2019 Beyond the Framework, Group Show, Space Gallery, Denver, USA 2018 Process Process Process, Anise Gallery, London, UK 2018 Repeat, Repeat, Studio 7, London, UK 2018 250th Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK 2018 Bold, Graphic Studio Gallery, Dublin, Ireland Awards 2017 Aesthetica Art Prize, Longlisted 2016 Screenstretch award, Neo:Print Prize 1994 First Prize Falkiner Fine Papers Exhibition, London, judged by Prof. Tim Mara, Head of Printmaking, The Royal College of Art
Smithson Gallery, UK / Space Gallery, Denver
About the postcard artworks
This collection of mixed media works, explores the facets and layers of the self via a visual language of order, disorder and balance.