Bobbye Fermie's dreamlike watercolours portray a sense of intimate stillness and softness that, through her choice of subject, colour and often minimal size, she relates to her own characteristics as a female introvert.
A stage was imagined for Bobbye's character in ‘Laundry Sunday’ blending in with her intimate home surroundings.
Bobbye Fermie is an artist from Amsterdam currently living and working in London.
Education: Royal Drawing School in Post-graduate ‘Drawing Year’, 2015. BA in Site Specific Art at the Royal Academy of Fine Art Antwerp, 2012.
Her work has been exhibited throughout the UK and is currently held at several collections, including the Morritz-Heyman Collection, The Royal Collection and Soho House. She will be exhibiting in a two woman show 'Soft Shadows' alongside Emily Fairlie Baker this August at 155a Gallery.
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