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HEO+3 Silence Is Over Artists Statements 18-20
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 Hestia losing her power, her fire being used against her. I originally produced the drawing in an art workshop I...
HEO+3 Silence Is Over Artists Statements 15-17
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 atmosphere changes from happy-go-lucky to one of isolation and pain, which I hope to evoke by placing the image of...
HEO+3 Silence Is Over Artists Statements 12-14
Artwork and statements from artists participating in Silence Is Over in June 2018 at the Portico Gallery.
HEO+3 Silence Is Over Artists Statements 10-11
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.
HEO+3 Silence Is Over Artists Statements 7-9
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.
SLWA Recommended Reading: Feminist Art Activisms and Artivisms
Feminisms’(as a plural) is widely used today to draw attention to inequalities and to critique the status quo in limiting women’s roles, positions, lives and potential. Art can offer a vision of future worlds, manifesting a desire for projecting change, playing with existing realities and conventions. Feminist Art Activism and Artivism, two sides of the same coin, arise where art...
HEO+3 Silence Is Over Artists statements 4-6
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 1-3
During the next few posts we will be featuring the artwork and statements from artists participating in Silence Is Over, June 2018 at the Portico Gallery.
HEO+3 exhibition
HEO+3 – Silence Is Over
Silence Is Over, the first Exhibition in the HEO+3 trilogy, was shown at the Portico Gallery in June 2018.
She Becomes Heo in Exhibition of Self-Portraits
Twenty female artists from South London Women Artists are taking part in this exhibition which opens in early January 2020, in an exciting new art space at the Omnibus Theatre.
HEO Artist’s Statements 20 and 21
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 this picture to show my face for once, and to show how I'm always trying to find the right moment...
HEO Artist’s Statements 17-19
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 the face of the many practical and psychological challenges of an unpredictable existence are rarely recognised or celebrated. Resilience in...