IN EXHIBITION 2021-2022

RCA2021/judithburrows

https://2021.rca.ac.uk/students/judith-burrows

My RCA graduation site features work created in 2021 and exhibited at a solo show at Gallery 40, City Road, Old Street, London.

I was invited to exhibit as featured artist at Broomhill-estate Arts Hotel who are hosting 25 pieces, sculptures and paintings in their gallery. Opened December 2021, new work and closing weekend 8th -10th April 2022

Fragile Earth: from ‘Chaos in Paradise’: steel, organic matter, lacquer: triptych 110cmx1250x3

‘lovely work at Broomhill’ Polly Morgan, artist

”wonderful to see such talent brought to North Devon – a real treat’

Alchemy I-XII

Alchemy I-XII: winter solstice: alchemy I-III, spring equinox: alchemy IV-VI, summer solstice: alchemy VII-IX, autumn equinox X-XII: Steel and organic matter, 12 wall panels 385cmx125cm

‘Chaos in Paradise’ : triptych : 95 x1250 cm : steel, Ink, organic matter

I was invited to create a new piece of work in response to ‘Revelation’ working in collaboration with ‘theo-artistry project’ and PHD theology students at St Andrews University. A text and image project, I printed on steel prior to patination in an exploration of the response of nature to man-made materials and the interventions that I have imposed. As the observed symbiosis deepens it reveals the tenuous relationship between man and nature.

Exhibited at IG gallery and St Andrews Episcopal church, St Andrews, Scotland. Dec. 2021

Travers Smith Collection 2022: Gaia: Mother and Child (homage to Barbara Hepworth) steel, organic matter, from ‘Uncertain States’

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