"Jumping hoops" Fine art linocut relief print on Nepalese Lokta paper
by Sharon Low 2018 (200 x 150 mm unframed)
Exhibited in LOOP 2018;
Society of Women Artists Exhibition 2018;
Female family ghosts and other stories... 2018
Sharon Low | Liu Guo Fei SWA is a British and Australian artist of Peranakan Chinese heritage. Her work has been exhibited in London at the Royal Academy of Arts, on Piccadilly; the Mall Galleries, on the Mall, next to the Institute of Contemporary Art, just off Trafalgar Square; and the Bankside Gallery (next to Tate Modern Gallery).
Sharon Low | Liu Guo Fei studied at Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts, London (UAL), MA Visual Arts: Printmaking. Other studies have included the Diploma in Portraiture at The Heatherley School of Fine Art, in London; and Fine Art at the National Art School in Sydney, Australia.
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LOOP Artists in Print 2018
Mon 10 to Sun 16 September 2018
Bankside Gallery, 48 Hopton St, London SE1 9JH, UK
Society of Women Artists Exhibition 2018
Tue 25 to Sun 30 September 2018
Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1Y 5BD, UK
"Female family ghosts and other stories..."
work by Sharon Low | Liu Guo Fei
Tue 9 to Sat 20 Oct 2018
The Heatherley School of Fine Art
75 Lots Road Chelsea, London UK
- View and purchase Sharon Low's "Time for tea III" on the RBA website → or on the NEAC website →
- View Sharon Low's LOOPartists page →
- View Sharon Low's work at the Heatherley's Staff show →