Lot 195 - Jessie Woodward - #673
Acrylic and posca pen on card
Signed on Verso
This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust
Jessie Woodward is an abstract artist based in Bristol. She studied Fine/Art History at the Plymouth University. Jessie worked in Art education within the charity and gallery sector in London, becoming a professional artist five years ago.
Joint honors degree Fine Art/Art History, Plymouth university
'Cacophony' VIEW ART GALLERY. Bristol THE OTHER ART FAIR, Truman Brewery, Brick Lane March 2023 THE OTHER ART FAIR, Kings Cross, London. Joint Exhibition: Paxton + Glew, 12 Hanningtons Lane, Brighton OPEN STUDIO St Annes, Bristol. Solo Exhibition: Tobacco Factory, North Street, Bristol THE OTHER ART FAIR, Truman Brewery, London, March 2022 Solo show: No 1 Harbourside, 1 Canon's rd, Bristol Joint exhibtion with Artist Sophie Martin: Centrespace, Bristol. Solo Exhibition: Grain Barge, Bristol. Solo Exhibition: Pomegranate, Market Walk, Keynsham Solo Exhibition: The Berkeley Square Hotel, The Square Club, Bristol Windsor Contemporary Art Fair, Windsor Roys People's Art Fair: Truman Brewery, London October 2019 Appearance on George Clarke's 'Old House New Home' Channel 4, Series 4, Episode 6 THE OTHER ART FAIR, Kings Cross, London Dela: Mivart Street, Bristol Solo exhibition: The Victoria, Totterdown, Bristol Frome Art Fair -THE OTHER ART FAIR: The Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London March 2019 Solo exhibition: Bocabar, Paintworks, Bristol Bath Art Fair: Bath Pavilion, North Parade Road, Bath The Chelsea Cafe: 8E Chelsea Road OPEN WALLS: Cass Arts Bristol, 43 - 45 Park Street Solo exhibition: The Why Gallery, Frome,
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
Jessie’s instinctive way of working explores the language of paint and mark making to evoke emotions in the viewer, aiming to communicate how pure abstract work can generate visual energetic joy and pleasure. The way Jessie experiments with materials, a vibrant colour palette and juxtaposing textures is key to making each piece vividly unique. She looks at the dynamics created when colours, marks, textures and ratios are set with and against each other to create a cohesive piece.
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