Lot 82 - Faith Chevannes - Little Robin
Drypoint Print/Acrylic on paper
Signed on Verso
This auction is raising proceeds for War Child UK
Faith captures fleeting moments and precious glimpses of our fragile natural world. She makes small editions of drypoint intaglio prints, that showcase the beauty of the mediums’ irresistible rich velvety burr lines.
Recent pieces revolve around her love of wild birds and many of them have a humorous perspective, which captures some of the fascinating little characters she has observed. She worries about environmental changes to their world causing them to lose habitats and become endangered, critically endangered and, extinct.
Faith works from her studio in North Cornwall. Her work is recognised Nationally and has been included in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
Faith trained in the 1990’s at Falmouth School of Art and DeMontfort University, Leicester achieving a BA (Hons) in Visual Arts and a PCGE in Art and Design Education.
The Royal Academy (RA) Summer Exhibition, Burlington House, Piccadilly, Mayfair, London. 2019, 2022, 2023 (Shortlisted and awaiting result)
The Royal West Academy (RWA) Artist Network Member since 2020
The Royal West Academy (RWA) Open, Bristol 2015-2022
Delamore Arts, Cornwood, Ivybridge, Dartmoor 2016-2023
Tonic Gallery, Salcombe, Devon 2022-2023
Wildwood Arts Gallery, Dartmoor 2018-2023
Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, London 2021
Ruth Borchard Self Portrait Prize 2021
Winner Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Week 2020
Bath Society of Artists Open, Victoria Art Gallery, Bath 2019-2022
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