Lot 343 - Joy Parker - Goat
Lot 343 - Joy Parker - Goat

Lot 343 - Joy Parker - Goat

Oil on paper
2023
A6 (10x15cm)
Original Artwork
Signed on Verso
This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust

ARTIST INFO

About 

I am an eclectic artist using a variety of mediums and methods for personal expression, exhibition and commission. My personal work is often inspired by travel and sometimes created in collaboration with my husband, writer Robert Leach. I also work on community art projects, often using the medium of mosaic. 

Education 

MA in Contemporary Fine Art, University of Cumbria:2008 
Arts of India, Oxford University Department of Continuing Education:2006 
BA Hons. Fine Art, Cumbria Institute of the Arts, Carlisle: 2000 

Select Exhibitions/Awards 

Map of Gala: Mosaic. Commission for Eildon Housing at Wilkie Gardens Sheltered Accommodation. 2022 
Creative Scotland Open Fund, 2021 The Cockatrice's Egg. Exhibition and publication based on a residency in Shetland. Collaboration with writer Robert Leach. 
Portrait of the coalminer William Henry Mills installed at The Ruins Project. Pennsylvania 2020. Mosaic. 
Our Lady Crowned. Mosaic in smalti, St Catherine Labouré Church, Glasgow. 2018 
 
Gallery Representation 

I work to commission or for exhibition in public galleries. 

Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork 

I love to draw. These four pieces here are based on sketches made when travelling in India. I have then built them up in layers of oil colour from my memory and imagination. 

 

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