Lot 207 - Dannielle Hodson - Diggidy Boo
Lot 207 - Dannielle Hodson - Diggidy Boo
Lot 207 - Dannielle Hodson - Diggidy Boo

Lot 207 - Dannielle Hodson - Diggidy Boo

Acrylic Paint on Paper

A6 (15 x 10cm) Original Artwork

Signed on verso

ARTIST INFO

 

About  

 

Dannielle Hodson is a British artist living and working in London. She is currently enrolled on the Turps Banana studio painting programme which is due to complete this summer 2021. Hodson gained an MA Fine Art from Central Saint Martins in 2017 and had previously graduated from Central St Martins in 2001 with a BA in Womenswear Fashion design and has experience working in both fashion and art. Hodson was appointed as a Trustee for Outside In in 2017, a charity that strives to support artists who face barriers in the art world representing the voice of the artists to the board. 

 

Education  

 

Turps Banana studio programme, MA in Fine art from Central St Martins, BA fashion Wommens wear Central Saint Martins 

 

Select Exhibitions/Awards  

 

2019 
Miniscule, in association with Cross Lane Projects, Venice. 
Face to Face, London contemporary Art Auction, Warsaw 
Empire II, Oaxaca In Association with the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Oaxaca. 
Miniscule, Cross Lane Projects, Kendal, UK 
 
2018 
Empire II Tallinn Art Week in Association with Haus Gallery 
Journeys: Outside In, Sotheby's London. 
Bainbridge Open, ASC Gallery, London 
 
2017 
Badenfahrt festival, Switzerland. 
Empire II, Venice, Brussels, Berlin, Kendall. 
An Art School, Tate Exchange 

 

Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork 

 

I really enjoyed the challenge of the small size. I wanted to get to the different aspects of my work through the four postcards. My work evolves through a process of creating and destroying, some moments are delicate and others rougher and bolder to achieve simultaneity of rough and smooth, beautiful and ugly. I like to find faces in random marks and am always looking for fun ways to do that so I surprise myself so I actually used part of the envelope the cards were sent in because I'd used it to clean the pastels on and I liked the marks on the brown card so I decided to cut up the envelope and see what happened. I also mined an old sketch book for some interesting collage elements to include. 

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