Jane OldfieldArtist, Curator
Jane Oldfield is developing work concerning flying. This provides a focus which connects the variety of her visual work - mainly painting on a variety of surfaces, but also 3D pieces and performance. Flying has always been an obsession for mankind. We have only conquered flight in the last 100 years but it has already become mundane.
|Activities||Practice-based research, Art historical research, Residencies, Private commissions|
|Artforms / type of project||Digital, Drawing, Painting, Performance, Photography|
|Tags||Flying, Painting, Photocollage, Sluice, xvi collective, Bad Behaviour, ALAS residency, Birds, Insects, Planes|
News & Events
From the Pages of a Book
04/11/2015 – 05/12/2016
Riverside Gallery, Richmond TW9 1TP
My 'Pigeon Box' (inspired by Stephen Kelman's 'Pigeon English') is showing in this open exhibition associated with Richmond's literary festival.
Sanctum Sanctorum residency, Gallery Sensei, New York
22/07/2015 – 27/07/2015
Gallery Sensei, 278 Grand Street, New York 10002
An amazing opportunity - thank you Ventiko. I exhibited 'Too Many Guns?' and 'Giotto's Angels mobbing a Drone'