Lot 3 - Louise Richardson - Imprint III
Mixed Media on Paper
Signed on Verso
Curated by Lee Sharrock
Telling stories is very important to me. Within art, anything is possible: scale, materiality, and time don’t matter, and animals and humans coexist on the same level. The diversity of materials with my work, both found and processed, gives me the opportunity and freedom to invent metaphors which run parallel with the subject matter.
Norwich School of Art and Design, Fine Art BA (painting) in 1992 followed by a Fine Art MA (multi-disciplinary) in 1995.
Insect Odyssey. Salisbury Museum Mother Art Prize. Procreate project, London
Deloitte & Touche, Zurich, Switzerland “Contemporary British Art”
Buckenham Galleries, Southwold – “Two Person Show”
Robert Sandelson Gallery, London – “Still”
Elm Hill Contemporary Arts, Norwich
“Flexible 3 Close to the Body” Netherlands Textielmuseum (Netherlands), The Museum of Science and Industry, (Manchester), Kunstmuseum Bayreuth (Germany), Bureau of Artistic Exhibitions (Wroclaw, Poland), Landesgalerie…Landesmuseum (Linz, Austria)
Robert Sandelson Gallery, London – “Yuri Kuper””
London Contemporary Art Fair, London – Art 99/98/97/96/95/94/93
Frederick Gallery, Raveningham & Wrentham Studios (Suffolk) – “Two Person Show”
Mannington Hall, Norfolk – “Free Lines”
Whitworth Gallery, Manchester – “Bitter Sweet”
John Innes Centre, Norwich – “Borrowed from Nature”
Berghapton – “Something Rich and Strange”
Montpelier Sandelson Gallery, London “Tall Stories Still Lives”
Contemporary British Art Show, Royal College of Art, London
“Wholesale” Installation Project, Norwich
Ikon Touring, Birmingham – “After Eden” and “Inheritance”
Leicester City Gallery, Leicester – “Gardens”
Norwich School of Art & Design, Norwich – “Diversity”
Montpelier Studio, London – “New Works”
King of Hearts, Norwich – “Four of a Different Kind”
Previously represented by Robert Sandelson Gallery, London she has shown nationally and internationally and her work is held in many private and public collections.
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artworks
My work has evolved from a process of discovery and investigation, collecting and eliminating ideas and materials enabling me to build up a library of resources to draw upon for each new piece of work.
I am currently looking at the idea of memory and identity, bringing universal messages to the viewer, through the portrayal of objects in my own memory.
The diversity of materials within my work – both found and processed – gives me the opportunity and freedom to invent metaphors which run parallel with the subject matter.
Imprint I, Imprint II, Imprint III:
Mixed media, found photo and feather.
verb: imprint; 1. 2. ZOOLOGY (of a young animal) come to recognize (another animal, person, or thing) as a parent or other object of habitual trust. noun noun: imprint; plural noun: imprints /ˈɪmprɪnt/ 1. 1. a mark or outline made by pressing something on to a softer substance.
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