Lot 29 - Liz Crossfield - Feminine Rising
Oil on Paper
Signed on Verso
Curated by Louise Fitzjohn
With an award-winning career in fashion journalism and styling for international glossy magazines, I have since been painting for over fifteen years. My professional goals are for people to engage with my work, to open a conversation about a more egalitarian existence and how we harmonize our fractured world by raising the feminine energy, over-come the patriarchy, and join the masculine energy in respectful harmony. Ultimately, I'm happy when my paintings bring joy and or hope.
MA Fine Art, First Class Distinction, City and Guilds of London Art School 2019 – 2022
Art Educator - BTEC Art Foundation at FE College 2014 - 2017
Post-graduate Certificate of Education, Westminster College 2014 – 2016
BA Fine Art Degree, De Montfort University 2009 - 2014
Editor, Conde Nast BRIDES magazine, 2003-2006
Fashion Correspondent, GMTV, 1996 -1999
Freelance Fashion Editor and Stylist for various magazines and newspapers.
HND Fashion Journalism, London College of Fashion
June 2023 Residency and solo show, Southcombe Barn Gallery, Devon
May 2023 SW Painters, group show, RUPTUREXIBIT, Kingston
December – February 2023 Plant Life, group show with Simon Carter, Frinton
December 2022 Bunch, group Show, Hotel Michele x Liminal Gallery, Margate
September 2022 Residency Seawhite Studio, Partridge Green
September 2022 MA Degree Group Show, City and Guilds of London Art School
March 2022 Solo Show, Liminal Gallery Online
May 2021 Group Interim Show, City and Guilds of London Art School
British Society of Magazine Editors Award
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artworks
With an interest in feminine archetypes within Jungian psychotherapy, my work delves into non-gendered feminine modes of being, exploring mother earth’s nature, breathing life into woman-centred folklores, mythologies and raising the goddesses; I am attempting to awaken the feminine within a land of wonder. My semi-autobiographical, socio-political, expanded practice has museological references and focusses on female-empowerment, reparation and protection.
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