Victoria Kiff

VESSELS

08 Nov 2013 - 20 Dec 2013
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Bruitage


Victoria Kiff’s artwork takes in many disciplines. This exhibition features work created through a myriad of processes and techniques. From copper etching to monoprints, rich pigment applied densely to found boards and collaged surfaces, Victoria Kiff’s art works are formed and constructed using oil paint, paper and salvaged material, either on wood, linen, paper or board.

They are constructions of a living history, immortalizing the discarded and disregarded. Landscape and Sea form the human figure, and internal body. ‘Vessels’ takes as its inspiration the work of Antonin Artaud, ‘The Projection of the True Body’, the paintings of Francis Bacon and William Scott.

Victoria Kiff completed her education at Kingston University and Central St Martins School of Art. Her work has been exhibited extensively in London and in East Sussex, where the artist lives and works.

More of Victoria Kiff’s work can be seen at www.victoriakiff.net