Art for Ukraine

01 APRIL 2022 - 25 APRIL 2022
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44. Christina Dobbs


Signed on the reverse
Oil and acrylic on heavily gessoed grey board
30 x 22 cm
Painted in 2022. 


£250 - 450

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My work relates to the fragile nature of our day-to-day existence; one that is constantly shifting and vulnerable to change.’ - Christina Dobbs

Christina Dobbs uses the camera as a sketchbook to capture fleeting moments in time – everyday events that she feels have the potential to be both ordinary and extraordinary and even uncanny when re-examined through painting. Through material intervention, subject matter is edited, omitted, and obscured, adding elements of uncertainty to these everyday events. Figures engage in their own activity, seemingly unaware of the viewer, and occupy a liminal space that can appear dreamlike.  

Christina Dobbs recently graduated in 2021 with an MA Fine Art from City & Guilds of London Art School and recently exhibited with The ING Discerning Eye at the Mall Galleries and the Pollen Collective Circle Project. Upcoming exhibitions include Larger Apples & Better Cotton – UK based American artists reflect on the US – 21 April – 2 May 2022, and a group show at D Contemporary in September 2022. Currently, Dobbs is completing a month-long artists residency at The Pouch Cove Foundation in Newfoundland, Canada.

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