This is a hand pulled original screen print on 300gsm Snowdon cartridge paper, made by the artist in July 2020. Part of a body of work called ‘The Culinary Creations of a Corona Loner’, it was developed from work made in response to domestic confinement and the popular uptake in cookery during lockdown in the 2020 pandemic. The design borrows something in style and content from the work of Michael Craig-Martin. The chaos in the arrangement of shape is counterbalanced by the reduction of form to simple outline shape. The print was made in an edition of 15 of which this is number
Kathryn Fox is a UK artist whose practice embraces a range of media and processes. She has exhibited her work and participated in art events locally, nationally and internationally, including: Tate Exchange at Tate Liverpool, fringe events at Venice Biennale and in Hamburg with Art E-Motion’s Vending Machine; Dortmund studio exchange show with East Street Arts, Leeds; Siena Art Institute; and The Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool.
Kathryn was born in Yorkshire, England and originally studied French and law, working as a solicitor in London and Paris before raising her family. She subsequently attended Leeds College of Art and Leeds Metropolitan University, graduating with a First Class degree in Fine Art. She pursued her interest in site specific and socially engaged practice at post-graduate level at Liverpool John Moores University. She now continues her creative practice from her studio in Wharfedale. She maintains her original interest in language, interpretation and translation. She is motivated in her creative practice by the unexpected revelations offered up by the outcomes arising from practical explorations of plasticity and process. She sees both creative output and its interpretation as the tangible expression of our cultural norms and individual interior worlds. She is also a qualified teacher and delivers occasional workshops in printmaking, drawing and making.
Print Size A4 and is mounted ready to frame.