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Ink on cartridge - 2014-15


‘In the 18th century, Bath became fashionable as a place of show, to display opulent wealth and to be entertained. I drew this partly in the historic Theatre Royal during Terry Hands’s production Dylan Thomas’s Under Milk Wood – the large circular form with small houses had a sun that ticked its way around the edge of the set to show the day’s passing time. The ceramic chicken and swinging man styled in Chinoiserie were part of the Georgian furnishings in a period home, the hanging pots, lobster, Grecian figure, and ornate Stewart period glove fingers that appear at the very top, were all in the Holborne Museum’s collection. The woman in black, a favourite subject for my Bath based drawings, poses in an Edwardian painting in the Bath Priory Hotel.’

Bath - Theatre of Opulence

  • Member Royal Society of Sculptors
    BA Sculpture, Brighton (tutor: Sir Anthony Gormley) 

    MA History and Theory of Art, Chelsea

    Louise was the artist selected to represent UK in the G7 of Art, Italy, 2017. She won the Lorenzo Il Magnifico Gold, 1st place for Sculpture at the Florence Biennale, October 2017. In April 2018, she received an ATIM International Award for Contemporary Art at the Museum of Art and Design New York. She has been a Member of the Royal Society of Sculptors since 2010

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