Lot 315 - Ghislaine Howard - Mother and Child
Lot 315 - Ghislaine Howard - Mother and Child
Lot 315 - Ghislaine Howard - Mother and Child

Lot 315 - Ghislaine Howard - Mother and Child

Acrylic on Paper

A6 (15 X 10cm) Original Artwork

Signed on verso

ARTIST INFO

 

About 

 

In 2008 Ghislaine was named as a ‘Woman of the Year’ for her contribution to art and society. Her work ranges from the intimate and the domestic through to the public and the political. She is currently collaborating with the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce who have given her four rooms in their magnificent Victorian headquarters in central Manchester as a permanent home for her work. More information about her work may be found on her website: www.ghislainehoward.com 
 

Education 

 

B.A. Hons Fine Art University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne 

 

Select Exhibitions/Awards 

 

Ghislaine has exhibited widely in numerous prestigious venues including Manchester Art Gallery, British Museum, Wellcome Foundation, the Foundling Museum, Imperial War Museum North, The Lowry etc. Her sequence of large paintings 'the Stations of the Cross\the Captive Figure' have been shown at many of the Cathedrals throughout the UK. 

 

Gallery Representation 

 

I show at various galleries and a permanent collection of my work is exhibited at the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, Manchester, co-curated by the renowned artist and film makers Al and Al. 

 

Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork  

 

The motif of parent and and child is a constant theme in my work. I made these two postcard paintings -- memories of early works - depicting myself and our son Max with great pleasure. He has recently become a parent for the first time.

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