My current project involves the creation of several pieces of work on the Future of Surgery for the Royal College of Surgeons, exploring the relationship between surgery, robotics and art.
The exhibition was due to take place during 2020 however has been moved to March 2021 due to the current health crisis.
Untitled South, a quirky venue in Edinburgh, invited me to display my artwork during the evenings from December to February.
This opportunity was unique and valuable, allowing me to connect with the local community and engaging more people with my work.
The FLUX exhibition, a well-known London based platform for talented artists, discovers artists across the country to showcase their work. They held an exhibition in Edinburgh which I displayed my work in.
Drawing on Drawing
Edinburgh College of Art
The ‘Drawing on Drawing’ Exhibition aims to display the range of approaches to drawing within the School of Art.
My work contributed to this exhibition and drawing remains integral to my practise.
Mortal Essence is an all female, UK Art Exhibition that explores the intrinsic values of nature within life & death.
The exhibition is both a reflection of ourselves & the life cycle, opening up discussions that push us beyond our boundaries, to better accept the intrinsic nature of our essence both in life & death.
Federation of British Artists 'Futures' 2017
The paintings displayed at my final degree show for my undergraduate were shortlisted for the 'British Artists' Futures' exhibit, where the top 25 graduates were selected from across the United Kingdom and displayed at the Mall Galleries in London.
I was awarded the Jackson’s ‘One to Watch’ prize, a public vote following Federation of British Artists’ Futures exhibit at the Mall Galleries.
Asbestos Rest Stop
Edinburgh College of Art
The Fourth Year painting show was an opportunity to show my work to a new audience, providing both a deadline and a brief to work to.
The first exhibition of my surgical work where I exhibited four paintings on each side of a plinth. To engage the viewer in the experience of surgery, the photos were installed at 1m30, so people had to crouch to the level that the Surgery took place to see them.
This aimed to bridge the gap between painting and installation art, as viewers had to move to gain full comprehension of what was being shown.
The Impulse Movement presents
With the Covid-19 pandemic provoking various unsettling anxieties surrounding, healthcare, isolation and mental health the artists in The Impulse Movement’s first exhibition ‘Unmasked’ will be exploring themes and concepts linked with these unprecedented times.