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Archive > Unseen, Genevieve Thornton

Genevieve Thornton's paintings and sculptures allude to the often unseen, yet oppressive, environment of women who live with abuse, fear and mental illness. Women show strength, compassion and determination through hardship and oppression. They are fierce protectors and selfless mothers and inspirational members of society.

Genevieve will present paintings which are constructed with fleshy, translucent beeswax over garish vermilion reds, greens and vein purple/blues. Additionally, her sculptures explore the engrained relationship between women and fabric, which is traditionally a women's realm. There is a feminine affiliation between fabric and women and the fabric sculptures are large enough to envelop a human figure.

​Exhibition runs from 6pm, 18 March - 3pm, 31 March 2016