Jill Tegan Doherty – Myrtle, 2015
Painting, Oil on Board, 80 x 80 cm
Jill Tegan Doherty (*1983) is an Artist from Nottingham, England. After completing her foundation course at Kingston upon Thames, she went on to graduate from Chelsea College of Art and Design, part of the London Institute, in 2006. After a successful period living in London, having participated in many exhibitions, including The Royal Academy’s summer exhibition, the Mall Galleries as part of the Society of Women Artists’ annual exhibition and the Millennium Gallery in St. Ives for an exhibition curated by Allice Herrick to name a few, Doherty is now infiltrating the Berlin art scene after moving to the city in November 2011.
Doherty’s work has hitherto been filled with twisted geological forms and unnerving combinations of human and animalistic physiques. The uncertain and unseen are given a platform to be visually digested. The canvas becomes a stage for the subconscious to perform its role in the physical world, to act out its twisted plays.
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