DOVE, Gill

1950 - ?

As Gillian A. Sherwin, she studied Fine Art and Education at Bristol and after graduating went into full-time teaching but since 1985 has been an artist and with part-time teaching both in schools and from her studio in Camberwell, Surrey. Until 1996 she studied Printmaking with Frank Connolly at the CityLit, Covent Garden and completed a three-year research project ‘The Visual Paths to Literacy’ with the Tate Gallery in partnership with the Institute of Education, University of London. She works in mixed media, acrylic, collagraphs, digital art, etching, printmaking and screen printing using a combination of paint, photography and print to capture the striking consequence of the North Sea reflecting the dramatic environmental changes along this coast exploring the undiscovered country by walking. She is a member of the South London Women Artists and exhibits widely including South Betina Fine Art, Brixton; Camberwell Arts Week London Group; Camberwell Arts Festival; Hans Flaman Gallery, Eindhoven, Netherlands; Les Caves, Calais; Flint Gallery, Blakeney, Norfolk; Halesworth Arts Centre, Suffolk; Whites Lane Studio, Suffolk; Earsham Street Gallery, Bungay, Suffolk; Blackthorpe Barn, Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk and Ferini Gallery, Pakefield, Suffolk. A member of the Suffolk Open Studios from 9 Whites Lane, Kessingland, Lowestoft, Suffolk and donated a work to the 'Westhall Secret Postcard Auction' in 2013 'Parting of the Red Sea'.

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