Louisa Tebbutt is a London based artist – she is also represented by Hatch Art. http://www.hatchlimitededitions.com
Graduating from Edinburgh College of Art (ECA) in 2000 with BA (Hons) Tapestry, followed by Glasgow University 2002 M.Phil Design & Applied Art, Louisa combines traditional art education with emphasis on figurative studies including the long-established skills of anatomical instruction with an experimental approach.
Louisa’s first collection of works on oxidized steel is receiving considerable attention, with ‘Looking Out’ accepted for the new screening project at the Saatchi Gallery, London.
Exhibiting on a national and international level, including: London, The Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, Chicago, Boston MA, Tel Aviv, Budapest and Vienna to name but a few, she has many works in private and intercontinental collections.
Her new work on oxidised steels have been received with great enthusiasm, with one piece been accepted from the new screening project at the Saatchi Gallery, London
Art can form a link to “what is out there”, a connection with the world and with others.
Most art pieces are failures; they aren’t perfect; flawed in one way or another. Hence art is a practice; it’s about doing something over and over again, exercising and strengthening the way we see. It’s about learning to see, learning to make connections between things and learning to make comparisons. It is about learning how to handle materials and working both with and against the tendencies of those materials. It’s about recognizing the possibility for improvement.
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