The twenty-first century femme fatale: Modernity and the power woman
In exactly one week I will be installing for my exhibiting assessment marking the completion of my Masters in Visual Art and Creative Practice. I have spent the last 22 weeks making, researching, planning, writing, critiquing, making, fixing, shaping and finishing my 9 artworks ready for installation as part of my final assessment.
This semester has been a whirlwind for me - thank goodness for the sanity of my friends, family and classmates. The final exhibition of my artworks will be installed for approximately 24 hours and only for the view of the assessors, unfortunately.
I have size smaller works (40x40cm) and three large panels ready for assessment alongside my Research Exegesis totalling just shy of 22 pages. This elaborate body of work justifies the statement that a picture is worth a thousand words. To give you some information about the research behind my artworks here is a section from my exegesis:
ABSTRACT : 'The Twenty-first Century Femme Fatale; Modernity and the Power Woman'
I can't wait to share the final product with you all once it has been fully installed. Please head on over to my Facebook page or Instagram for more regular updates! Wish me luck!
Abbey is a qualified secondary school teacher currently completing her Masters in Visual Arts and Creative Practice as a post-graduate degree. She completes interesting and colourful artworks, not afraid to experiment with new subjects and ideas.