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HEO+3 Silence Is Over Artists Statements 18-20
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Written by Claire Dorey Images from Left, Liz Dalton. Maria Beddoes, Andrea Blair LIZ DALTON, Hestia, Goddess of the Hearth, Mixed media collage, £250.00 Through her soulful expression Hestia communicates an understanding of other’s pain. The burnt edges allude to...
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HEO+3 Silence Is Over Artists Statements 15-17
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Images from left: Paula Stevens-Hoare, Mary Gordon-Smith, Joan Eytie Kendall. PAULA STEVENS-HOARE, Daddy’s Little Princess, Gouache, £435.00 I mine the family photo album to examine what’s going on behind the obligatory smiles produced for the camera. Viewed in retrospect the...
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HEO+3 Silence Is Over Artists Statements 12-14
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Artwork and statements from artists participating in Silence Is Over in June 2018 at the Portico Gallery.
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HEO+3 Silence Is Over Artists Statements 10-11
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The artwork and statements from artists participating in Silence Is Over in June 2018 at the Portico Gallery. Over 20 female artists had their say on a blank canvas on the subject of coercive control and sexual abuse.
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HEO Artist’s Statements 20 and 21
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In the Moment, by Pia Goddard, Digital print, framed 17”x17”, £250. I'm the one with the camera so I don't make much of an appearance in the photographic history of my family or in my creative practice, so initially I took...
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HEO Artist’s Statements 17-19
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Halo, by Maria Beddoes, Acrylic, 44x56cm, £500. Inspired by portraiture styles of Renaissance, Pre-Raphaelite and Christian Orthodox paintings, I’m exploring and reinterpreting the form to express a more personal, individual and secular celebration of everyday life. The daily heroism in...
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HEO Artist’s Statements 14-16
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Anti Selfie, by Julie Bennett, 70x50cm, £300.  I wanted to create a self-portrait that was effectively an anti-selfie as a commentary on how the 'selfie' is a representation of the world revolving around the individual rather than one striving to...
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HEO Artist’s statements 11-13
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‘She is Becoming’, by Karen Piddington, 2019, photograph, 29cms x 42cms, £60. The self-portrait, by Karen Piddington, is closely bound-up in the notion of becoming-animal, where the artist is straying into the psychological territory of animals. The artist finds a...
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HEO Artist’s statements 9 and 10
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I thought you’d always have a young girl’s eyes, by Jennifer Merrell, Screen print, 35x45cm, NFS. While making my self portrait I found myself confronted with images of my younger self and the realisation that inside I am still those...
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HEO Artist’s Statements 7 and 8
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Back To Earth Again, by Chrissy Thirlaway, 2019, Acrylic on canvas, 30 x 30cm inc frame, £250. My self is eternal through my effect on those who know me. My body’s eternal as it recycles in the earth, molecule by...
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