Alison Erica Forde - Lets Dance - Bury Art Gallery (Front side) WEB SIZE
2015 Bury Art Gallery

Alison Erika Forde

Alison Erika Forde (b.1985) was born in Wigan, Greater Manchester, and has been practising art in and around Manchester since graduating from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2008. Forde exhibits regularly in the UK and overseas…

Noemie Goudal, ‘Satellite II’, 2014. Lambda Print, 168 x 208 cm, Edition 2 of 5. Presented by the Contemporary Art Society, 2015
2015 Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum, Mead Art Gallery

Noémie Goudal

The Contemporary Art Society has acquired Satellite I and Satellite II by Noémie Goudal (b.1984, Paris, France) for Mead Art Gallery, Warwick and Leamington Spa Art Gallery. Noémie Goudal’s work…

Natalie Dower Red Flyer (1989) Oil paint on wood 303 x 410cm.  Courtesy the Mead Gallery, University of Warwick Art Collection .
2014 Mead Art Gallery

Natalie Dower

Natalie Dower (b.1931, London, UK) works in the knowledge that the growth of every living thing is governed by mathematical rules. Connected to the British Systems artists, Dower works to this knowledge, creating paintings that…

Michael Eden Cyan Bloom (2014) 3D printed in high-quality nylon with unique mineral soft coating 22 x 19cm Edition 18/24.
2015 Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery

Michael Eden

Michael Eden (b.1955, Blackburn, UK), is based in Milnthorpe, Cumbria, UK. His innovative work is represented in public collections in the UK and abroad such as Crafts Council Collection, Leeds Art Gallery and Museum of…

Fenella Elms Large flow pot (2014) Porcelain, clay 50 x 50cm (approximately).  © the artist, courtesy the artist .
2015 Swindon Museum and Art Gallery

Fenella Elms

Fenella Elms (b.1964, Münster, Germany) is a contemporary ceramists based near Swindon who is inspired by natural forms, rhythm and motion. Her work was recently presented at galleries including Contemporary Applied Arts, London (2014); Bluecoat…

Maria Damon, The Ceramic Age, for Alan Read (2007) Cotton on linen 20 x 20.5cm.  Images ©Birmingham Museums Trust.
2015 Bury Art Gallery

Maria Damon

Maria Damon is a renowned poet, scholar, and academician who is based in Brooklyn, New York. Her work has been exhibited at Bury Art Museum (2014); the Katherine Nash Gallery, Minneapolis, USA (2013); the London…

Simon Fujiwara, Rebekkah (2012), Five terracotta dyed, life size, cast plaster female figures and video, dimensions variable. Installation photograph at the Contemporary Art Society, 2014. Courtesy Joe Plommer.
2012/13 Leeds Art Gallery

Simon Fujiwara

Simon Fujiwara (b. 1982, London, UK) lives and works in Berlin. Using a combination of performance, video, installation and short stories, Fujiwara’s work is rooted in dense dramas about personal relationships, family relations, politics, architecture…

Jess Flood-Paddock, London Oyster Shells (2012), jesmonite, paint, 46 x 35 x 17 cm, ©‎ the artist. Courtesy of Carl Freedman Gallery, London
2012/13 Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery

Jess Flood-Paddock

Jess Flood-Paddock (b. 1977, London, UK) is a sculptor based in London. In recent years, she has enjoyed a growing national and international reputation thanks to her exuberant sculptural practice which engages with elements from…

Sarah Dobai, Emily and Emmanuel, 2008/9, lambdachrome print, 85 x 69cm © the artist. Image courtesy Sarah Dobai and WORKS|PROJECTS.
2012/13 Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

Sarah Dobai

Purchased by the Contemporary Art Society for Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, with support from the Friends of Bristol Art Gallery. Over the last few years Bristol Museum & Art…

Ruth Ewan, Nae Sums 1911, 2011, Wood (Cut from reclaimed Dundee school desks), created for Ewan's exhibition Brank and Heckle at DCA in 2011 © the artist. Courtesy the artist and Rob Tufnell
2012/13 The McManus Dundee’s Art Gallery & Museum

Ruth Ewan

Purchased by the Contemporary Art Society for The McManus: Dundee’s Art Gallery & Museums. Established in the 1880s, Dundee Art Galleries and Museums’ fine art collection is diverse and wide…

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