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Jo Boddy

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JO's work is rooted in places she feels connected to, currently the Swinley Forest, which borders her village.   Jo records the changing seasons, the transience and vulnerability of the natural world and considers the impact of humans on our changing landscape.  Human desire to exert control over the landscape and nature’s possibility of evading that control is fascinating, particularly in the context of a forest managed for timber production.

The technical side of printmaking requires patience and practise, yet it is an artform which lends itself to experimentation.  At the core of Jo's practise is a deep-rooted desire to experiment, explore and ask ‘what happens if…?’.  Experimenting with a range of techniques leads to one informing another and prompting new ideas.  This leads to new ways of looking at the landscape and so process and experience become cyclical.

Jo will complete her MA in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins in summer 2024.  Her work has been exhibited at the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, London, Adam's Gallery, Reigate, and The Old Fire Station, Henley.  Jo won the Southbank Printmakers mini print competition in 2020.  Her work is held in numerous private collections in the UK and internationally.


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